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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 6 years ago
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Patterns of nature are interesting. They’re always an inspiring photography subject, not just because of the many visual effects that they create, but also because of the natural creativity they imbibe. The patterns are so natural that they’re a wonder to look at. And this is something that a lot of photographers will definitely want to elicit from their audience.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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A simple 25 millimeter black marble is all it takes to help locate the direction of light, particularly in wide-open bright space. Like the reflection on an eye, look for the catch light on the marble. By twisting your wrist around and moving the marble side to side the change in light and shadows will help to localize the source.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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There are many reasons why a photograph may be thought-provoking, and of course, each image invokes different feelings and ideas for its viewer. It is perhaps the intense detail, emotion, and juxtaposition in this image of a Pokot woman and a ring flash that make it so interesting.
Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
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National Geographic just released an intimate black-and-white interview with one of their most prominent landscape photographers, George Steinmetz. Steinmetz is known for his aerial photography–impossible images taken while floating overhead in his absurd-looking, slow-moving,
Photography » Basics — over 6 years ago
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The project was commissioned in part by world-renowned fashion designer Roberto Cavalli, and released in February, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Bahnson shot the photos and footage with cameras strapped to his helmet:
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 6 years ago
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Photographing food is a lot more difficult than it seems. Not only do we have to work to get the right composition but we have to use light in a very specific way. We then need to style the look of the food in order to make it appealing. In this article I’ll give you some handy tips for creating tasty and mouthwatering images.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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Richter managed to create this beauty on a Canon 5D Mark II, using a focal length of 16mm, while setting his aperture to f/16 at a low ISO of 50. The shutter speed was a lengthy full second long. Richter says he uses either a neutral density or graduated neutral density filter in nearly all of his images to help achieve lower shutter speeds and a higher dynamic range.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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Sometimes an amazing photograph has everything to do with skill, and sometimes it has to do with being in the right place at the right time. Photographer William Follett combined the two factors in this amazing photo of the Cape Spear Arch iceberg collapsing off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 6 years ago
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Take standout portrait photos when you learn how to harness light both indoors and out with on-camera speedlights. See here for a chance to take the online Craftsy class Portraits with an On-Camera Speedlight by award-winning photographer Neil van Niekerk at no cost. And, enjoy six tips that will set you on your way to success.
Photography » Basics — over 6 years ago
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Looking ethereal and otherworldly–more like a painting than a photograph–today’s featured photo shows the magic of early morning light. Captured during a sunrise hot air balloon ride over the ancient city of Bagan, Myanmar, the photo shows the first rays of sunlight piercing through the fog to stream through temple spires and palm fronds:
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