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4 Tips for Getting Better Pictures of Your Kids
4 Tips for Getting Better Pictures of Your Kids
This mom blew the world away with gorgeous photos of her kids, and now she shares some tips with us for photographing children. Elena Shumilova has over 60 million views on her photos, and SmugMug visited her in her home in Russia to see her process first hand.
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Tips for Shooting Better Stock Photography
Tips for Shooting Better Stock Photography
Fifteen years ago, stock photography was a lot less complicated. You could shoot a globe, a handshake between two guys dressed in business suits, or even a smiling portrait of a woman dressed in formals and hope to make some bucks.
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How to Use Your Camera to Detect Eye Cancer in Children
How to Use Your Camera to Detect Eye Cancer in Children
When asked how to diagnose eye cancer, the first things that come to mind are usually lots of lab work, trips to doctor’s offices, and sitting nervously in waiting rooms. Few of us ever imagine that we might hold the key to early detection of children’s eye cancer right in our hands! Check out the innovative campaign the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust has put out showing parents perhaps the simplest test ever for finding cancer.
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Did This Photographer Capture the Thrill of Rock Climbing in One Shot?
Did This Photographer Capture the Thrill of Rock Climbing in One Shot?
Imagine that you’re clinging to a rock wall by only your fingertips hundreds of feet above the earth. You have been climbing for hours and now you can see the top, a multitude of feelings and thoughts racing through you. There’s frustration, joy, exhilaration, exhaustion. Fear—that the rope will break, that the next handhold will break off in your grasp. Triumph—that after hours of hard work, you’re almost there.
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What is it Really Like to Be an Adventure Photographer?
What is it Really Like to Be an Adventure Photographer?
How do you live your life with no regrets? For adventure photographer Krystle Wright, the trick is to live and work her dream. Wright travels the world, camera always in hand, to experience life and capture each fleeting moment.
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Cheap Camera Challenge with a Paper Camera
Cheap Camera Challenge with a Paper Camera
In this episode of Pro Photographer, Cheap Camera Challenge, professional photojournalist Alex Ogle is challenged to do a photo shoot with a tiny, discreet, and cheap paper camera. Since he is normally equipped with a professional camera, it’s interesting to see how he handles the paper cam and what he comes up with.
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5 Simple Technical Tips to Make Candid Street Photography Easier
5 Simple Technical Tips to Make Candid Street Photography Easier
Street photography simultaneously tests your hand-eye coordination, your ability to see and frame interesting moments as they quickly unfold before you, your ability to see light, your technical abilities with your camera, and your ability to be comfortable capturing strangers.
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Fantasy Studio Portrait Tutorial
Fantasy Studio Portrait Tutorial
How do you create a stylized shot of a girl with an umbrella in hand being blown by the wind? To make matters a bit more challenging, how do you create such a shot in a studio environment?
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Proof That Its the Photographer - Not the Camera - That Makes Great Photos
Proof That Its the Photographer - Not the Camera - That Makes Great Photos
Limited resolution wasn’t Puymorin’s only handicap. The camera’s SD card slot was broken, meaning he could only shoot about 14 images before the built-in memory filled up. Additionally, the LCD screen was “barely larger than a postage stamp.” How about that? Some of the locations that he shot in were a bit claustrophobic and bland, to say the least.
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Välja den mest lämpliga Property Tvätt Business och också att se Top notch Tjänster
Välja den mest lämpliga Property Tvätt Business och också att se Top notch Tjänster
Satsa på specialist dock inte fotografera på egen hand - Måste vara företag har glansiga företag kreditkort, och en webbplats som kommer konkurrensen Ms, en person som ändå bör göra sådana forskning. Behåll de flesta av dessa frågor som det primära målet när du gör ditt beslut vad som är den bästa rengörings företag att engagera sig
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Ordinary Americans Photographed With 7 Days Worth of Their Own Trash
Ordinary Americans Photographed With 7 Days Worth of Their Own Trash
The images were taken in Segal’s backyard in California, where he hand built the sets for the portraits. He hopes to continue the project by expanding his variety of sets from forest floors and beaches to other natural environments to illustrate how growing landfills threaten many parts of the world.
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Helpful Tips for Buying a Secondhand Lens
Helpful Tips for Buying a Secondhand Lens
Purchasing a used lens, whether from an online auction, an individual, or in a brick and mortar store, can be a nerve-wracking experience. There are a number of things that can affect the quality and usability of a lens, and if you are not savvy as to what to look out for, you may end up with a lemon
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Self-Portrait Photography
Self-Portrait Photography
Have you ever asked a random passerby to take a picture of you, handing your camera to this person? The situation is especially common when you are exploring new travel destinations. Even if you are not traveling alone but want to be captured in a picture together with your partner or friend, you need somebody else’s help.
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Proposal on the Mountain: A Stop-Motion Love Story
Proposal on the Mountain: A Stop-Motion Love Story
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.
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How to Remove Color Casts in Photoshop
How to Remove Color Casts in Photoshop
If you’re shooting with soft lighting and a colorful backdrop, it’s all too common to find a bit of color affecting the subject—green backgrounds make them look sickly, orange makes them glow, stuff like that. In this tutorial, Michael Woloszynowicz shows off a handy little tip that avoids Photoshop‘s messy trial-and-error color balance correction.
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