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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — almost 7 years ago
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If you are uncomfortable putting a camera in front of a stranger’s face yet still want candid street photography, look for a good vantage point up over the action and shoot down. You will be amazed by the sense of freedom and the results.
Photography » Basics — over 7 years ago
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Spanning 21 square miles and reaching depths over 1,900 feet, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. Located inside a dormant volcano called Mount Mazama, Crater Lake resulted from rain and snowmelt accumulating inside the caldera formed after Mount Mazama’s massive eruption in approximately 5700 B.C.
Photography » Basics — about 7 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 7 years ago
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Facing scrutiny for their embarrassing lack of security, the building owners, as well as Chinese law enforcement, are currently looking into the matter, though at the time of writing it is unclear whether trespassing charges will be filed. If the two Russians do face criminal charges they could be looking at hefty fines, jail time, and possible revocation of their passports.
Photography » Basics — about 6 years ago
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Most aspiring photographers start out with natural lights and then move up to speedlights, mostly due to portability, price, and the fact that they can double as studio flashes. But there is a point in time when you’ll consider upgrading to a studio flash, and there are a several reasons to do so.
Photography » Basics — about 7 years ago
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Visit any National Park, go to a scenic lookout point, and just sit back and observe. Many people will drive up, jump out, shoot their picture, and zoom off again. This type of person is taking a picture. Simply put, he will take what is before him and discount all the creative possibilities, because he has what he wants.
Photography » Basics — over 7 years ago
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In Hawaii, there exists one of the best astronomy observatories in the Northern Hemisphere. At 14,000 feet atop Mauna Kea sits several huge telescopes (about 33 feet wide!) and many other astronomy oriented equipment.
Photography » Basics — almost 8 years ago
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Sometimes perspective can make all the difference, especially when photographing well-known structures like the Eiffel Tower, or in this case, the Arc de Triomphe. There’s no shortage of typical, straight-on shots of world landmarks, but this photo combines several elements—including a unique perspective—for a striking composition.
Photography » Basics — about 7 years ago
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A project that started just as a personal assignment has turned into an epic venture, as Jackson prepares to take the project on a worldwide tour. See the video below for more details about The 4th Trimester Bodies Project, and check out Jackson’s website for tour dates and to find out more information on how you can be a part of the project.
Photography » Basics — over 7 years ago
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Being aware of their surroundings, the photographer will use a shorter time to make important decisions, such as how to use the natural light, or which foreground and background to use. This is necessary, mostly when composing an image involves the subject itself at the very end.
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