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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Next, he traveled to a London studio to take pictures of ice sculpture replicas of the shopping center and a model. When shooting the model, he used an assortment of Profoto softboxes to replicate the soft light produced by an overcast sky and snowy landscape.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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For this shoot, Border wanted to create dramatic photos, with the cars isolated from the background. He put the cars in a pool of light using just one stand light, and then he manually moved the lighting rig along the car, using sound signals to trigger the shutter via his ioShutter SLR.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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The initial ideas didn’t look much like the final product. They experimented with a lot of things that didn’t wind up working: namely, toy guns, and judicial white wigs. They’re using guns through most of the shoot, yet noticeably the final shots worked better without them.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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A truly fresh and clever idea. Teehan+Lax, a digital experience company, has created a hyperlapse video using photos taken from Google’s Street View. The particular unit which created the hyperlapse says that they are “tasked with exploring the creative uses of technology in the digital channel and framing technical possibilities for the agency, clients, and wider community.” Creative is the key word here, and Teehan+Lax has definitely gained that title:
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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Combining passions can be a good way to renew interest and ward off moments of staleness. Just ask Juan Mayer, who–after years of photography–developed a love of skydiving. Rather than split his time between his interests, he decided to combine the two, resulting in some incredible skydiving photography:
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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Call him a daredevil, call him a criminal: a 16-year-old boy just broke into One World Trade Center, a skyscraper touted by some as “the number-one target for terrorism in the entire planet,” just to snap a few quick pictures and climb back down. He was promptly arrested. Go figure.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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One of the greatest aspects about being a photographer is the impact we can make on the world around us. Our images can inspire change, and in many cases, help people work toward a better future.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Most people who have been seriously bitten by the photography bug develop a desire to incorporate photography into other endeavors in life — from travelling to food preparation to child rearing, etc. So why not combine it with the once-in-a-lifetime act of proposing marriage to a special someone?
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Part of the shoot also took the talent, Levin, and his crew into a forest to shoot on location. Levin was working with minimal equipment. Just an SB strobe and couple diffusion panels. Because the natural light was fading quickly, Levin found himself boosting his ISO to handle the low lighting conditions.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Brunskill, the child of avid tennis players, developed an interest in photography at the age of 13. He began working with an agency right out of college, and has now been a successful tennis photographer for 30 years, having won three International Tennis Photographer of the Year awards.
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