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Landscape Photography Tips for Beginners
Landscape Photography Tips for Beginners
Every landscape photographer has played the waiting game—when you forget about all personal comforts and safety in an attempt to capture the perfect photo with the perfect light. As you go out shooting more often and learn from your mistakes, certain necessities will become apparent, but they can be forgotten or overlooked in the beginning.
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See How the Smithsonian Created a 3D Portrait of President Obama
See How the Smithsonian Created a 3D Portrait of President Obama
The trick is that the 3D model is an exact copy of the person, not an artistic representation. This is done by a system called “Mobile Light Stage.” The setup essentially consists of LED flashes especially made for this purpose and several high resolution cameras.
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Argentum: Body Art Photography
Argentum: Body Art Photography
Inspired by the abstract bronzes of Brancusi, the watercolors of Rodin, and the verve of Degas’ ballet sketches, Argentini has developed his own unique aesthetic of the human form—one which transcends the concepts of individualism and sexuality, inspiring instead an impersonal celebration of finesse and beauty. In a world that seems to be more and more sex focused, it’s inspiring to see body art that takes a different tact.
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Powerful Photos Document the Emotional Journeys of Foster Children
Powerful Photos Document the Emotional Journeys of Foster Children
The greatest inspiration for a photographer often comes from personal experience. Surreal portrait photographer Rob Woodcox explains what has motivated some of his work, and how he has used that motivation to produce positive change in the world.
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Wildlife Photographer Spends Three Years Photographing Swift Foxes
Wildlife Photographer Spends Three Years Photographing Swift Foxes
Known for their playfulness and crafty intelligence, foxes have long been personified as the pranksters of the animal kingdom. But what many of us don’t know—and what wildlife photographer Michael Forsberg has learned during his lengthy quest to photograph swift foxes—is that foxes are actually some of the most elusive mammals out there.
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New: Topaz Impression, Convert Photography to Art with Real Brushstrokes
New: Topaz Impression, Convert Photography to Art with Real Brushstrokes
A photo shows how a camera sees reality… but a painting shows how the painter sees it. Art is personal expression, and Topaz has designed their new product with the same philosophy.
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Full Length Timelapse Film X-Plore Wants to Save At-Risk Environments
Full Length Timelapse Film X-Plore Wants to Save At-Risk Environments
In an effort to bring awareness to the global problem of growing endangered natural spaces, 15 of the world’s most renowned, incredibly talented timelapse artists are working together on a full length film that gets up close and personal with the issue.
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Shooting Mountain Bikers for Composite Photograp
Shooting Mountain Bikers for Composite Photograp
Erik Almås has traveled the world, toting his camera and gear to some incredibly remote areas. After finishing an assignment in Namibia, Almås decided to stick around an extra week to go on a personal photo adventure. The self portraits he took during that time were OK but did little to satisfy his high action style.
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Wedding Photography Ideas You Might Want to Try
Wedding Photography Ideas You Might Want to Try
Professional photographers these days are coming up with a line-up of unique concepts that can effectively cater to the distinct personalities of the subjects. The trends in WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY are always changing. Photographers recognize that not all couples are conventional and want to follow the traditional fairy-tale concept where everything is bright and perfect; therefore, they offer innovative and flexible concepts that are more fitting for these special clients.
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Want to Learn the Secrets of Personality-Filled Family Photos?
Want to Learn the Secrets of Personality-Filled Family Photos?
Get five pro tips for turning spontaneous moments into unforgettable photos! Plus, gain the skills and confidence to think like a storyteller and shoot your most compelling family photos yet. Enroll in professional photographer Kirk Tuck’s online Craftsy class Family Photography: Candid Moments & Storytelling for just $29.99—that’s 50% off for PictureCorrect readers!
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4 Basic Steps to Improve Your Photography Skills
4 Basic Steps to Improve Your Photography Skills
Anyone can take good photographs, regardless of experience, training, or even equipment. What it all comes down to is how well a person understands the art of taking a photo. And as it turns out, there really are only a few things that are absolutely essential.
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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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3 Influential Photographers Who Created Their Own Style
3 Influential Photographers Who Created Their Own Style
Developing a personal style of photography is ever important for becoming a great photographer. In fact, the most renowned photographers of the past all have something in common with each other—they all had a specific style that was unique to their work.
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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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First Person View of a Photographer Working in a Concert Photo Pit
First Person View of a Photographer Working in a Concert Photo Pit
Some things you should always bring to a concert pit: dancing shoes, ID, a good attitude. Other things, of course, you just shouldn’t: an $8,000 Nikon 200-400 f/4 VRII lens, for example. Jared Polin learns this the hard way, and doesn’t let himself off the hook for it, spending most of the following 18-minute-long first-person video beating himself up for bringing this behemoth super-zoom into the photo pit of a recent Arcade Fire show.
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