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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 6 years ago
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Cameras are everywhere these days, able to capture almost any moment at any time. Most recently, someone captured this shot of an armored vehicle falling of off a bridge in Egypt. This shows that even a moment as brief as this is now part of historical record with photos and video:
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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The initial moments of a photo shoot can be daunting when first viewing the location and subject. But a bit of planning makes things easier. In this video, Corey Rich shows us his creative process as he shoots a personal project at a local CrossFit gym.
Photography » Technique — over 5 years ago
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We’ve all been the victims of seemingly endless photo shoots for strangers. We’ve been out walking when we’re asked to take a photo for someone. Before we know it, we’ve been handed several phones or cameras and perhaps even asked to do re-takes for a group of people on their special night out.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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The resulting photograph raised some questions about the pursuit of perfection. There was a technical issue, as the automatic focus of the camera had nothing to work on, and so the camera didn’t want to shoot. I was in a hurry, so I took the easy way out and included a piece of roof in the picture, which I later cropped out, otherwise I would have needed to resort to full manual mode.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Having complete control over the areas that are in focus is especially useful for environmental portraits in which certain background elements need to be out of focus to prevent distraction from the subject. In this case, the photographer was trying to blur out the busy store in the background so the eye is drawn instantly to the man in the image.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Light painting is a fun photography technique where photographers use camera flashes, flashlights, and spotlights to paint light in a scene. It can easily qualify as the best/most fun night photography technique. Although many photographers have attempted it before, only a few have mastered the technique. Below are some very useful tips to consider when you want to perfect your light painting skills.
Photography » Technique — about 5 years ago
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Dustin Farrell is no rookie when it comes to assembling stunning timelapse footage of the night sky. His “Landscape” series has become an Internet sensation. Now the timelapse wizard is paying it forward; he’s produced an in-depth video disclosing his workflow and a wealth of tips and tricks he has picked up along the way.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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An international collective consisting of Europe, Japan, and the US is responsible for the work ALMA is doing and, though its official launch was just a year ago at the time of writing, the images that are being made have already given astronomers and scientists new information to study. Even with only 16 antennas in working order, the scientists have been able to view new stars being formed in over 26 galaxies that averaged over 11.7 billion light-years away.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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An incredibly important moment in history can be preserved through the magic of photography without the photographer even knowing it at the time. Here are 79 rare photographs dating back to WWI, WWII, the Spanish Civil War, Vietnam, and beyond.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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What do you need to create an epic astro timelapse? Cameras, lenses, tripods, a bunch of dedicated star chasers, and an epic location—possibly devoid of any light pollution. Timelapse photographer Gavin Heffernan and his team headed out for the Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks to create an astro timelapse.
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