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These Incredible Photos of Snowflakes Were Made With a Smartphone
These Incredible Photos of Snowflakes Were Made With a Smartphone
The fun part is that snowflakes come in different sizes and shapes, depending on the particle they formed on, as well as the temperature, wind, humidity, and several other factors. And since the photos are made on glass, you can control the background. It’s not difficult to create lots of unique images in one session.
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Magical Photography Through a Glass Ball
Magical Photography Through a Glass Ball
The inspiration came from a kaleidoscope—Aleksandravičius discovered there was a glass ball inside so he took the whole thing apart and started taking pictures through the little glass ball. He wanted to make ordinary scenes interesting.
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How to Create Cosmic Photos and Timelapses with a Sheet of Glass
How to Create Cosmic Photos and Timelapses with a Sheet of Glass
What do you get when you combine condensed milk, food coloring, and hydrogen peroxide? No, not your favorite holiday cookie recipe, but rather a stellar way to make cosmic effects.
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Tutorial: How to Photograph a Splashing Wine Glass
Tutorial: How to Photograph a Splashing Wine Glass
he background Sharboneau uses is black but for the purpose of these photos, he wants to make it blue. To do so, he uses the second Einstein E640 strobe aimed at the background and places two blue gels over it. The AC3 Zone Controller allows him to control both strobes independently.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Bubble Nebula Photographed via Telescope
Interesting Photo of the Day: Bubble Nebula Photographed via Telescope
Mike Hankey fell in love with astrophotography when he attached his camera to a telescope and peered through glass at the night sky for the first time. Six months later, a large “fireball” meteor exploded near Baltimore, Pennsylvania while Hankey was photographing the Andromeda galaxy from his backyard, and he accidentally captured a shot of the meteor fragments streaking down to Earth.
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The Best and Worst Cameras and Lenses of the Year 2013
The Best and Worst Cameras and Lenses of the Year 2013
Chris and Jordan from The Camera Store were nice enough to put together an End of the Year Holiday Special to do just that. So grab a glass of champagne (or wine, G&T, beer, whatever you fancy), pull up a cozy chair by the fire and join Chris and Jordan as they run down the best and worst photo and video products of the year:
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What Sports Arenas Look for When Hiring Photographers
What Sports Arenas Look for When Hiring Photographers
Commercial photographer Kevin Winzeler is an expert at creating images of athletes that invoke these epic feelings. He recently took on a photo shoot for the University of Utah. He was asked to capture the essence of Utah Football on a grand scale–the images from the shoot were to appear in glass etchings and 20-foot-tall wall displays at the school’s new Hall of Fame facility.
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How to Handle Catch Lights and Eyeglasses Glare in Portrait Photography
How to Handle Catch Lights and Eyeglasses Glare in Portrait Photography
Let`s talk about catch lights and how to handle the glare you get from a clients eyeglasses, and how to add life to dull eyes.
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How to Photograph Glass Bottles for Commercials
How to Photograph Glass Bottles for Commercials
Leave it Alex Koloskov to make two ordinary liquor bottles look sexy for a commercial photoshoot.
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How to Handle Catch Lights and Eyeglasses Glare in Portrait Photography
How to Handle Catch Lights and Eyeglasses Glare in Portrait Photography
I’ve previously discussed the importance of catch lights. Without them, your subject’s eyes look dull and lifeless. They help add interest to portraits and are a very effective way to add depth to the eye.
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Google Glass: The Next Big Thing in Photography?
Google Glass: The Next Big Thing in Photography?
The tech world is buzzing with news about Google Glass, the Internet giant’s latest innovation. With Google having recently released the developer version of this wearable technology, people are starting to get the chance to try out Glass’ capabilities, particularly where photography and videography are concerned.
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How to Photograph a Glass of Champagne with Sparklers
How to Photograph a Glass of Champagne with Sparklers
New Years Special Tutorial
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Zoo Photography Tips
Zoo Photography Tips
Go early in the morning, this is when the animals are the most active and there are fewer people to have to shoot around. When photographing in glass enclosed exhibits, use your lens hood to reduce any glare. You can use a shallow depth of field to blur any unwanted background and produce a great wildlife photograph.
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Alka-Seltzer Drop - Hangover Photography
Alka-Seltzer Drop - Hangover Photography
Learn how to capture bubbles in the glass. Idea for this tutorial came after New Year's Hangover
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Stray Light and Lens Flares in Photography
Stray Light and Lens Flares in Photography
If a very bright light from outside the subject hits the glass, the reflections can cause a range of major image effects. These include washed out color, loss of contrast, bright shapes in the image, often polygonal, the shape of the diaphragm. It’s not unusual to see bright streaks as well.
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