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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 4 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 » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Art direction and set design play a major role in many photoshoots, which is why when selecting a location for an interrogation themed shoot, photographer Chris Razoyk set up studio in the machinery room in the basement of a swimming complex complete with exposed pipes and cement steps, all which help set the scene. Scouting locations, however, is just part of the work as Razoyk explains in the short clip below:
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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World-renowned photojournalist Steve McCurry has spent many years traveling around and photographing the unique and vibrant people and sights of India. In his travels, he’s learned that the best photos don’t always happen after arriving at the destination, but along the way.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Not all photographers find it fitting to shoot with an assistant. Street photography, for example, requires a certain element of stealth, which means that traveling in a group can drastically affect a shot by making subjects more likely to notice the photographer and more likely to respond negatively at being outnumbered.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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Some photographers would jump at the chance to photograph great white sharks, but only from a very safe distance away, preferably with a few inches of sturdy glass between them. It takes a special breed of people to get in the water with these beautiful creatures and photograph them up close and personal while they are in their element:
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Well, this is just adorable. A photographic (and photogenic) duo from Washington, DC trekked all the way up to Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada and hiked up Fairview Mountain, where the fella proposed to his lady; they kiss and smile and hold hands and take thousands of photos to share with the world. Very colorful, very cute.
Photography » Basics — over 5 years ago
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You might not think you need insurance for your photography gear. After all, you take good care of your equipment and you’ve read all the tips on avoiding theft. You’re vigilant about keeping your camera with you on a slash-proof strap at all times. You don’t travel alone. It’s not likely that insurance would ever be worth the cost. Right?
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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If you’re just starting out as a photographer, you may not have a firm concept of lighting yet. That’s okay—practice makes perfect photos, after all. When taking shots indoors, you’ll want to shoot near a window during daytime if you want that pleasantly soft natural light.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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On a quiet patch of Californian coast sits El Capitán State Beach, home to soft yellow sand, unpredictable tidepools, and dense sycamore and oak forests. It’s heralded as a paragon of surfing, camping, and fishing.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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Wedding photography used to be more about who was at the ceremony rather than the details of what was taking place. Buissink uses a photojournalistic style to capture the details that let us know that every wedding is unique.
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