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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 5 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 — over 5 years ago
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Canadian photographer, Reuben Krabbe has made quite the name for himself in the action sports photography world. With his obvious passion for the art and his determination to find obscure locations and unique perspectives, Krabbe has seen success in renowned magazines and all over the internet. His hard work and dedication was proven after he traveled 2,000 kilometers to the Yukon and camped in -30 degree conditions to capture an image of a skier under the Aurora Borealis.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Many young photographers dream of getting a big break taking photos for a record label or popular music magazine. In 1968, Jim Cummins, a then amateur photographer, saw that dream become a reality.
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 » 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 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 » Technique — about 5 years ago
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Do you ever feel like you are losing your creative abilities when you can’t come up with a fresh idea for your next photo shoot? You’re not alone, and you don’t need to worry. You’re still creative, you just need to know how to harness your creative energy to get your wheels turning again.
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.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Having the desire (and sometimes the guts) to visit remote locations certainly has its payoffs in captivating imagery. This incredible scene was photographed in Longsheng, China by photographer Ian Webb.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Oh, photography! What a wonderful, beautiful thing! The ability to capture a moment in time, ours to enjoy for years, decades, and even centuries. The earliest form of photography, camera obscura and pinhole cameras, can be traced back to the ancient Chinese and Greeks. But it wasn’t until the 1800s that images could be preserved on something tangible.
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