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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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As the internet often proves, baby animals are just impossibly irresistible. Even when they are doing not-so-nice things, like lunging toward photographers. On closer examination, the photographer, who doesn’t necessarily appear to be in any particular hurry to get away from the tiger while photographing it in an enclosure, is taking the term, “anything to get the shot” to an all new level.
Photography » Basics — almost 7 years ago
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You get the sense that you are actually watching the city of Toronto awaken from almost every angle you could possibly imagine. “City Rising” by Tom Ryaboi has some amazing sequences that seem impossible to capture. Take a look for yourself, it simply cannot be put into words.
Photography » Basics — about 7 years ago
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Many budding photographers would love to have five minutes to pick the mind of Steve McCurry, the documentary photographer behind the famous National Geographic cover photo, Afghan Girl (June 1985). While most will never be afforded the opportunity for a one-on-one sit down with the master photographer, we can all take a few moments to enjoy the following look into the mind of McCurry
Photography » Technique — almost 7 years ago
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Bright colourful and alien looking, dragonflies (and damselflies) are some of the most unusual creatures you or I are likely to come across, moving at seemingly impossible speeds and always seeming to be on the go, these insects can be a challenge to even the most experienced photographer, but there are ways to increase your chances of getting the wall perfect shot. Hopefully here you will gain a much better understanding of how you could achieve these shots yourself.
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