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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Not that any photographer would know the weight limits of random lake docks, but if you’re shooting a wedding party, this little accident might be one to keep in mind. According to an interview by Mattie Kahn at ABC’s Good Morning America, the wedding party, who was posing on a dock for photos, remained in good spirits, clothing was not damaged, and the wedding thereafter went smoothly.
Photography » Basics — over 5 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 — about 5 years ago
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Photographers used the wet plate collodion process about 150 years ago to capture images. Mathew Brady, one photographer whose work revolved around the Civil War, made the process his own. He painstakingly documented various moments of the war using this method.
Photography » Technique — over 5 years ago
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Perhaps more than any other photography genre, photojournalism is about telling stories. Photojournalists often tell hopeful tales of great human triumphs, long-awaited reunions, and love, but they are often also tasked with telling the hard stories that no one really wants to hear—the ones about sex slaves and slums and struggling amputees. Whatever the story, photojournalists have to masterfully communicate emotion to the viewer or the viewer won’t be able to connect.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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Fisheye lenses are infamous for shooting “hot”—the lens captures so much area that the meter often gets confused, allowing in too much light. Normally the answer would be to just screw on a neutral density filter, but the design of most fisheye and wide angle lenses makes it almost impossible on many cameras.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Commercial and fashion photographs are some of the most commonly viewed images in today’s society. Making it as a commercial photographer is incredibly difficult, especially with competition from other photographers—not to mention the cost of gear and a crew. Tim Engle has been shooting for about 28 years since he first picked up a camera in middle school
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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With so many advancements in camera technology, there are more and more options and possibilities for the macro photographer. From expensive lenses to fancy equipment to help maximize depth of field, macro photography is made easier every day. That being said, it is still an art form. One that requires a creative eye, a willingness to experiment, dedication, and practice, especially if you can’t afford the fancy equipment.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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The effort you put into your photography directly affects the quality of your photos. It is a rule of life. Sometimes people are lucky, but most of the time, the result of little effort is little reward. Gary Player, a world class golfer, always said that the harder he practiced the luckier he got.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Rich uses a Canon 5D Mark III and a Canon 6D to capture the tens of thousands of still photographs used to assemble the timelapse video. The smooth panning shots were done with the help of a Dynamic Perception slider that is used in conjunction with a motor and controller.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Kevin Lynch, an entertainment advertising photographer, has discovered an interesting way to achieve even, fully adjustable lighting in his portrait photography by expanding on the idea of a lightbox.
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