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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago
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I know it. You know it. Everyone knows it. Technology moves fast–almost frustratingly fast. Everyone also has that one story about their new and ludicrously expensive computer, TV, or camera, only to find out that within six months it isn’t all that new or expensive. We can’t all keep up with the rat race. In fact, you shouldn’t keep up with the rat race.
Photography » Basics — about 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 » Basics — over 7 years ago
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Photographer Erik Almas has put his finger on a very important aspect of a photographer’s marketing mix: the printed portfolio. Somehow, with the deluge of social media, websites, email, and other forms of instant communication, the printed portfolio has taken a back seat in the last decade or so.
Photography » Basics — about 8 years ago
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The drone allowed the crew to take aerial footage from across Los Angeles without the expense of using an actual helicopter. They just mounted a GoPro onto the quadcopter and flew the camera above the city. With the help of a video transmitter on the Phantom drone, a live feed of the GoPro footage was sent to a monitor on the ground to help the photographers compose the shots.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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Portrait and wedding photographer Jerry Ghionis once asked a photographer to describe her perfect day. What would it be like? Would she still wake up at 6 in the morning? What would she do? When was the last time she actually experienced her perfect day?
Photography » Tips and Tricks — almost 8 years ago
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The great thing about digital photography is that you have a wide room for creativity once you are in Photoshop. You can create any kind of effect by playing around with your shots in any way you choose. But what are some in-camera techniques for cutting edge, creative shots? Let’s look at some of the techniques you can play with to get the best professional and artistic shots. It’s fun, and your only limit is how far your imagination can go.
Photography » Basics — almost 9 years ago
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In June 2013, photographer Eric Hines embarked on a 17-day, 4,000-mile adventure across Iceland, which he dubbed “Expedition Iceland.” The resulting timelapse video features stunning examples of the country’s rugged natural beauty:
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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Sure, being a travel photographer means you get to see places you never thought you would, places far off, magical, mystical, hidden, unimaginable. But, it also means that you need to be able to get the perfect shot every time; you don’t have the luxury of a second chance.
Photography » Basics — about 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 — almost 8 years ago
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When nature photographer Lassi Rautiainen set out to spend some time in the northern Finland wilderness observing and photographing bears and their relationships with other animals, he was hopeful to gather some worthwhile data. But he probably never thought he would be witness to the heartwarming story told in this photograph.
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