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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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North Korea is a nation of which little is known or understood in the rest of the world. Their government’s notorious mistrust of outsiders keeps the country shrouded in mystery, almost never allowing visitors from the West to enter. The few who do are usually given a carefully controlled experience, only permitted to see places and events that the government deems appropriate.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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Whether you’re a professional or just starting out, distracting background elements are something every photographer encounters and must think about before snapping that perfect image. Using a cluttered alley as his example, Toby Gelston demonstrates the ultra-simple measures needed to cover up unwanted background distractions so you can keep your viewers’ attention on what matters.
Photography » Basics — about 4 years ago
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Having over 200 of his photographs featured as Sports Illustrated, TIME, LIFE, and People magazine covers, including many shots considered to be some of the greatest sports photos of all time, one would expect Neil Leifer to have a certain air of confidence about him. Surely, the man behind the lens that captured Secretariat’s historic 1973 Triple Crown victory and Muhammad Ali in all of his glory would consider himself at least a highly-skilled photographer.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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With the advent of Facebook, blogs, and Flickr you can really make this interesting and even generate regular interest in your images. Change your Facebook profile every day replacing it with your daily 365 Challenge shot. People will eagerly log in every day to see what photo you have loaded. Not only will this make you more enthusiastic but will generate an interest in your images.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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Even though digital photography is still fairly new, there has already been a small resurgence in film photography. Recent movements such as Lomography and The Impossible Project have kept film flowing through the younger generations, while a great deal of the older generation has never converted to digital. So you may not be surprised to hear that film is still alive and going.
Photography » Basics — about 3 years ago
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The shoot, which took place in an old Chicago bank vault, had tons of design details present in the set, so it was up to Nace to pair the model and style of the shoot with the location. Ultimately, he decided to have the model pose on the vault door to give the images an edgy and original look.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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When photographer Marc Mol boarded his microlight aircraft in 2011 to fly over Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, he must have expected to see some amazing sights from his bird’s eye view. He probably didn’t expect to witness this epic battle of beasts as a massive herd of hippos and an equally-massive bask of Nile crocodiles engaged in mortal combat at a watering hole.
Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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You depress the shutter button on the camera, expecting the shot to be taken – but to your surprise the camera waits just a little bit before it “clicks”. That kind of shutter lag can lead to missed photo opportunities and disappointment.
Photography » Basics — almost 4 years ago
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There are plenty of selfies floating around that go questionably too far. But one high school student has set a new bar for inappropriate self portraits. On a recent field trip to the University of Alabama, the young girl snapped a quick photo of herself smiling for the camera next to a cadaver, which was part of the university’s medical education program.
Photography » Basics — over 3 years ago
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The challenge of using a cheap camera can keep a photographer sharp by forcing him or her to think things out more thoroughly in order to get a good shot. As Kai mentions in the video, things often go wrong during photo shoots, and it’s up to the photographer to deal with the blows as they come and figure out how to work around them.
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