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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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Like any professional photographer who loves what they do, Douglas Sonders decided to use his very rare weekend off from shooting for commercial clients to work on a personal photography project.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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Schoeller’s portraits simultaneously highlight each person’s individuality and sameness. His style is sought after–he shoots for publications like National Geographic. He’s photographed celebrities, people from different cultures around the world, identical twins and quadruplets, and people who identify as multi-racial. There is a humanness to his art that lets us see our differences and similarities without distraction.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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You may have heard about the resurgence in wet plate photography that has been happening lately. Many have started using this old style of photographing to change the landscape of the digital dominated world. But perhaps no one has taken on this technique with more passion than Ian Ruhter who converted an old ice-cream style truck into a large-scale wet plate camera:
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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Candy Glass Productions has given the dime-a-dozen timelapse video a whole new twist—literally. Check out their recently released hyperlapse presentation (which they’re calling “Spinning a Mountain”) below. It offers a 360-degree view of Oregon’s majestic Mt. Hood:
Photography » Basics — about 2 years ago
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Mastering exposure may sound boring – but the truth is, that understanding how your camera exposes an image can help you to have a firmer grasp of your camera’s settings and capabilities. Knowing how to get the exposure just right will lead to better images, and a much more rewarding photography experience!
Photography » Basics — almost 3 years ago
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Back in the day, Ansel Adams created the zone system for seeing light, processing negatives, and darkroom developing to get really high contrast, beautiful prints. Since film and digital are so different, we don’t talk about the zone system so much anymore, but photographer Mark Wallace has come up with his own abbreviated version.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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The talent in the shoot is a collective of circus performers, artists, and contortionists, and all of them were body painted by one of the best artists in the game, Craig Tracey. After planning all the shots and pre-production was finished up, photographer RJ Muna came in to take the reins.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Even though digital photography is still fairly new, there has already been a small resurgence in film photography. Recent movements such as Lomography and The Impossible Project have kept film flowing through the younger generations, while a great deal of the older generation has never converted to digital. So you may not be surprised to hear that film is still alive and going.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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There are plenty of selfies floating around that go questionably too far. But one high school student has set a new bar for inappropriate self portraits. On a recent field trip to the University of Alabama, the young girl snapped a quick photo of herself smiling for the camera next to a cadaver, which was part of the university’s medical education program.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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The American based photographer decided to take her family of mannequins on a vacation overseas, where she gathered looks of confusion as curious passers-by watched her pose her husband and daughter in front of famous landmarks before setting up her Canon 5D Mark III on a Benro tripod and using the auto timer function to allow herself to get in on the family portraits.
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