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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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Living legend photographer Jay Maisel is undoubtedly best known for capturing what is most amazing in everyday life: the light, the color and the gesture. His unique vision of the quotidian, of what’s trivial and simple, has been featuring in countless annual reports, magazine covers, album covers and advertisings for the last 40 years, throughout the world.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Have you ever watched one of those horrible moments play over and over. One that’s so terrible to watch that you can’t help but keep watching it. Well this is one of those moments, at least, for a photographer.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Going blind, Peter Eckert never knew he would become a photographer. He dances on the edge of perception and sees through sound and touch, gathering information and forming images much like a baby would. Considered profoundly blind, Peter is unable to see anything except for light effects such as lightning and spirals of light in his vision.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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The last shot in the video is a testimony to the fact that even with the best of equipment there is still no alternative to a bit of ingenuity. The lack of room on the old street meant the crew had to strip down the lights, expose them bare-bulb, and hide them just out of sight. The result is a beautiful light that isolated the biker against the background lit by ambient light.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Cooper uses traditional animation cels and his iPhone 5s to insert his cartoons into real world scenes. He can take virtually any everyday scene—from a coffee shop to a simple lonesome country highway—and turn them into magical stories involving giant bugs drinking coffee or Bigfoot mama and baby roaming the countryside.
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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How many times have you heard the proverbial quote, “the best part of a camera is the 12 inches behind it”? I bet not enough. If you’ve been complaining that your APS-C camera doesn’t shoot that well and you might need to upgrade to a full-frame, or that your smart phone isn’t a serious camera and you should at least purchase a DSLR, think again.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Have you ever wondered what 4,000 bouncy balls would look like tumbling down a flight of stairs? One photographer did. And thank God for the internet, or else we may never know the answer.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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As 2013 draws to a close, we reflect back on the high points (and low points) experienced in the past year. Many people look back on the year by reviewing the top news stories, Google searches, and top videos, but we are revisiting the events of 2013 in photos.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Photographers David Malvestuto and Warren Murray captured the event on video as proof of their close encounter with wildlife. The photos below, taken with Murray’s camera, also serve as proof. Murray knew he would need this proof as soon as the octopus began entangling itself around the underwater camera rig, hence Murray’s reluctance to give up the camera—despite being ambushed by an eight-foot-long sea creature.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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If there is one thing that is certain in the world of photography, it is that the number of photographers has increased exponentially with the rise of the digital revolution. Since technology has made photography more accessible, the industry has experienced a pronounced rise in interest. In the short film below, aptly titled Take My Picture, Garage Magazine tells the story of how this growth has affected the fashion industry with two starkly different accounts on its becoming:
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