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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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National Geographic just released an intimate black-and-white interview with one of their most prominent landscape photographers, George Steinmetz. Steinmetz is known for his aerial photography–impossible images taken while floating overhead in his absurd-looking, slow-moving,
Photography » Basics — over 7 years ago
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What do you need to create an epic astro timelapse? Cameras, lenses, tripods, a bunch of dedicated star chasers, and an epic location—possibly devoid of any light pollution. Timelapse photographer Gavin Heffernan and his team headed out for the Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks to create an astro timelapse.
Photography » Basics — over 8 years ago
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Less than a year ago, a scientific milestone had us glued to our computer screens and TV sets as it was unfolding. It was the landing of the Curiosity Rover on Mars and, thanks to modern technological advancements, we had the privilege to see it in real-time.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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Looking ethereal and otherworldly–more like a painting than a photograph–today’s featured photo shows the magic of early morning light. Captured during a sunrise hot air balloon ride over the ancient city of Bagan, Myanmar, the photo shows the first rays of sunlight piercing through the fog to stream through temple spires and palm fronds:
Photography » Basics — over 7 years ago
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“Bullet time” is a visual effect where action is slowed down so much that even the most miniscule of movements can be photographed. The term was first coined by the makers of the movie The Matrix to describe their filming of the bullets flying through the air.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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When Irwin Wong and crew wanted to create a photoshoot with a theme that paired with The Year of The Horse, he held no throws as he went all out in terms of equipment and creativity. As you can see in the behind the scenes clip , his dedication paid off.
Photography » Basics — over 7 years ago
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The following image is —incredibly—not computerized in any way. That is to say, the bear, at least, is as real as the girl. The whole thing is a remarkably deft photo shoot showing the delicate and beautiful potential harmony between humanity and nature.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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The project was heralded by Jonathan D. Woods, TIME’s senior photo & interactive editor. He and several other editors scribbled down some tough ideas on napkins and sent them to GigaPan, a start-up based out of Portland that specializes in high-resolution panoramas.
Photography » Tips and Tricks — over 7 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 — over 7 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.
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