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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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On a quiet patch of Californian coast sits El Capitán State Beach, home to soft yellow sand, unpredictable tidepools, and dense sycamore and oak forests. It’s heralded as a paragon of surfing, camping, and fishing.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Man has been bringing cameras into space for quite sometime now, which means the technology and resulting photos are getting better and better. To that end, it’s still interesting to take a look back into time to see where it all began.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Mike shoots with a Canon 5D Mark II, along with a host of lenses, including Canon’s 70-200 f/2.8L IS for zooming and Sigma’s 17-50 f/2.8 IS for closer portrait angles. For a strong variety of shots, you need a strong arsenal of lenses.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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For Black Hole, he dropped paint onto the end of a drill to capture what happens to the paint when the drill begins to spin. He connected a flash to the other end of the drill. A flash fired as the drill began to turn. The final images let us see scientific phenomena frozen in time.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Scientists have learned about fairy circles by utilizing old photographs and images from services like Google Earth. By comparing older images to newer images, they have determined that the circles change in size before eventually fading away.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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When you use powerful lights behind a model’s head, several issues arise. One of those issues is that light passes through the subject’s earlobes. Luckily, there is a quick fix for that, and you don’t even need Photoshop to do it. It’s easy; all you need is some gaffer’s tape.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Landscape and nature photographer Jason Savage snapped this shot of Lake McDonald in Montana back in 2011. Notwithstanding the obvious HDR and over-saturation (which always draws strongly-worded critics and fans), Savage did a great job with composing the shot and keeping a deep depth of field. The mountains and clouds are pristine, and they tie together the image perfectly.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Being able to capture emotion in a portrait is a good part of what makes an image good. This holds true for animals as well as people. While it’s impossible to truly know what an animal is thinking or feeling, the frog in the photograph below sure is doing an incredible job convincing viewers that he’s feeling a bit down in the dumps.
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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Brian Smith has made quite the name for himself as an iconic celebrity photographer over the past 30 years. He has not only worked with some of the most famous people in the world but has won numerous prestigious awards, including a Pulitzer, written a best-selling book, and exhibited his work at the Library of Congress.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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It’s that timeless question among photographers: how much photo-editing is too much? Some argue that photographs should only be “tweaked” by post-processing software so as to remain as true to reality as possible, while others maintain that anything goes as long as it looks good.
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