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Photography Basics
Photography Basics
As this is a basic tip article, we will start with the basics. We consider “the basics” to be 3 things: light, aperture and shutter speed.
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Underwater Portrait Photography
Underwater Portrait Photography
Doing a photoshoot underwater can present a whole new set of problems for photographers who do the majority of their work on dry land. They are often forced to get a little creative when it comes to keeping their gear safe from water damage and also making sure that it’s going to work properly once they are submerged.
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Combining Timelapse and Stop-Motion Photography Techniques
Combining Timelapse and Stop-Motion Photography Techniques
In the following video, which combines both timelapse and stop motion photography techniques, Mayeul Akpovi enchants viewers with images from around the area, showing reason behind the cities appropriate moniker, The City of Light
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Capturing Subtle Movement in Landscape Photography
Capturing Subtle Movement in Landscape Photography
Gavin Hoey demonstrates how he captures subtle motion in landscape photography – in this case, very minimal movement of a grass crop blowing in the wind in the foreground of his main subject, a lighthouse. He uses a nine stop neutral density filter to reduce the ambient light that is allowed to enter the camera, enabling him to increase the shutter speed (all the way from 5-20 seconds) without the result being a white image.
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Tulip Pictures
Tulip Pictures
Tulips are only in bloom a few weeks out of the year, so if you love photographing them as much as I do, you have to hit the tulip beds running – or at least with a plan.
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How to Photoshop a Picture
How to Photoshop a Picture
Photoshop has been and is, the first choice editing program for most professional photographers. In this video by Tim Grey you can learn a number of techniques for cleaning and correcting images.
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What is ISO
What is ISO
Have you ever been browsing through your cameras’ menu and noticed something called ISO and just ignored it because you didn’t know what it was for? Well, in this article we will explain what ISO is and how to use it to your benefit when taking pictures.
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How Alternative Modeling Agencies Work
How Alternative Modeling Agencies Work
When most people here the term “model” their mind instantly thinks of a sunbathed, slender bombshell, probably scantily clad in a bikini or a dress. Not Mark French, owner of the UGLY Modeling Agency. UGLY specializes in, you guessed it, ugly models. French describes his business as a character agency, explaining that there is a niche market for the less-than-beautiful.
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Photography Insights from a Rapper
Photography Insights from a Rapper
Ira Lee and Thavius Beck wrote and performed the following song, The Photographer, which pokes fun at photographers all the while giving us something we can all relate to. The lyrics, anecdotal and quip-like, are humorous looks into the mind of a many photographers, delivered in a perfectly rhythmic manner.
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Artistic Photography Tweaking
Artistic Photography Tweaking
There is often a lot of debate as to whether photography is or is not art. So what happens when you have a photographer, who is also an artist with a background in painting and illustration? We find out in this video where Jeremy Cowart explains how he created a beautiful and ethereal image of musician Imogen Heap:
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Wedding Photography Checklist
Wedding Photography Checklist
A wedding photography poses checklist is crucial to get all the shots right on the big day. But with all that’s going on, even with loads of preparation, it can be easy to miss some vital shots. It’s important therefore to put together a full list of all the poses you need to include.
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Landscape Photography Insights from a Cowboy Turned Photographer
Landscape Photography Insights from a Cowboy Turned Photographer
When Carl Oksanen first embarked on his journey to Wyoming and began work as a “dude wrangler” on a ranch nestled between the Teton mountains, he probably never could have guessed where he would end up. This charming man describes his journey: from dude wrangler to bull rider, backpacker to contractor, and finally: full-time photographer!
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Imitating Natural Window Light for Portrait Photography
Imitating Natural Window Light for Portrait Photography
Natural window light is one of the best forms of soft, flattering light available to photographers. However, it’s not always possible to have access to a window during in a studio shoot. In this video by professional photographer Kevin Kubota, we learn how simple it is to simulate a daylight window by creating a home made light-box and how to shoot creative and engaging portraits with this set up:
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Ultra Soft Fashion Portrait Lighting
Ultra Soft Fashion Portrait Lighting
Making a model stand out in a picture is a challenge to every photographer. This holds especially true if the model has pure white skin. How would you make her stand out against a white backdrop? Joel Grimes shows how he made flawless model Lauren Amante pop out of the picture.
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Ideas on How Photographers Can Give Back
Ideas on How Photographers Can Give Back
Coping with cancer is a difficult journey for patients and their loved ones. The battle can be painful, exhausting, and disheartening. Organizations such as Flashes of Hope, a non-profit group that takes professional portraits of children diagnosed with cancer at no-cost to the families, look to bring a smile to their faces, if not reignite hope into their lives.
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