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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — almost 6 years ago
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Flying through the air at speeds exceeding 155 mph (250 km/h) in nothing more than a wingsuit is scary enough for most of us, but let’s take a minute and consider the photographers who are tasked with standing in the target area as this human bird, Alexander Polli, flies straight towards them like a heat-seeking missile! Take a look at Polli’s jaw-dropping feat and listen for the photographers:
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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One photo of the bunch, however, has been proven false: the alleged snapshot of a 1971-era Osama Bin Laden in Sweden, clad in trendily colorful clothes, second from the right in a green shirt and blue pants.
Photography » Basics — over 6 years ago
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Swiss photographer Romina Amato shares some of her insight on being a successful news photographer in a short video interview she had with the energy drink titan, Red Bull. Amato, who has done extensive work for Red Bull, Rueters, and various Swiss newspapers, primarily covers newsworthy sporting events.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Photographers David Malvestuto and Warren Murray captured the event on video as proof of their close encounter with wildlife. The photos below, taken with Murray’s camera, also serve as proof. Murray knew he would need this proof as soon as the octopus began entangling itself around the underwater camera rig, hence Murray’s reluctance to give up the camera—despite being ambushed by an eight-foot-long sea creature.
Photography » Basics — over 4 years ago
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The greatest wildlife photographers possess three secret weapons: patience, determination, and camouflage (and shiny expensive gear, of course). German nature photographer Ingo Arndt employs all three during shooting assignments. He will sometimes spend weeks lying in wait to get the shot that he wants—and his amazing work ethic shows in his photographs.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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It’s not often that you find a person who is still just as passionate and involved in their career as they were when they started it four decades earlier. Most people retire or at least slow down with age, but photographer Albert Watson still maintains a full shooting and exhibition schedule and is easily one of the most talented and highly sought-after fashion and commercial photographers in the world.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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The selfie craze may have reached its zenith with Ellen’s most-rewteeted Oscar pic, but that hasn’t stopped Seattle-based YouTube comedian Jason Rodjanapanyakul from keeping the trend alive.
Photography » Basics — almost 5 years ago
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Have you ever wondered what 4,000 bouncy balls would look like tumbling down a flight of stairs? One photographer did. And thank God for the internet, or else we may never know the answer.
Photography » Basics — about 5 years ago
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Environmental portraits are most often shot in expected places. Chefs are pictured in kitchens, artists are photographed in their studios, and athletes are captured during their competitions. To increase the impact of their images, however, commercial photographers sometimes look for ways to photograph their subjects in unexpected settings.
Photography » Basics — almost 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.
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