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A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Photographer
A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Photographer
Scenic fly fishing, misty mountain panoramas, wild bears trekking the riverside–this is the life of professional wildlife photographer Charles Glatzer, who gave up his job as a successful commercial photographer to found Shoot the Light by teaching and shooting nature exclusively.
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5 Secrets for Successful Family Photo Shoots
5 Secrets for Successful Family Photo Shoots
Bring out the best in your subjects and take memorable family portraits with these tips from author and professional photographer Kirk Tuck! Learn even more essential skills for capturing beautiful family portraits in his online Craftsy class, Professional Family Portraits (at no cost).
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Behind the Scenes of a Model Shoot, Starring and Barbie
Behind the Scenes of a Model Shoot, Starring and Barbie
In some ways, she’s the ideal fashion model: she doesn’t blink, she takes direction, she doesn’t have an ego. How could she? She’s plastic. (It’s fantastic!) The men behind the latest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition went all-out with this recent parody photo shoot.
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How to Make a DIY Reflector Board
How to Make a DIY Reflector Board
Waggener kept the tutorial up for those who simply enjoy crafting things, who want to make a custom reflector, or who may happen to have the necessary materials lying around the house.
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Travel Photography: What Should You Pack?
Travel Photography: What Should You Pack?
When asked what camera he would like to have if he were ever stranded on a deserted island, Hobby says his go-to camera is the Fuji X100S. He says the compact size, the quick auto-focus, and the high-quality images produced by the X100S are his top reasons for choosing this camera. These reasons also make a camera like this ideal for travel photography.
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Stories and Advice From a Famous Rock Photographer
Stories and Advice From a Famous Rock Photographer
Though she has worked in sports and photojournalism as well, she creates an especially strong bond with musicians–she even had a relationship with Bruce Springsteen in the early days of his career. It ended when Goldsmith felt overshadowed by Springsteen’s fame, wanting to achieve renown on her own terms. She certainly has, as her portfolio of unforgettable portraits can attest.
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How to Use Lightroom and Photoshop Together in Harmony
How to Use Lightroom and Photoshop Together in Harmony
As added bonuses, Grey also covers a bunch of little tricks and tips to make sure you are getting the most you can out of Photoshop and Lightroom, as well as giving advice for shooting your images. Grey delivers the information with a humorous approach, which keeps the presentation interesting, despite its length.
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Why and How to Find Unusual Locations and Subjects to Photograph
Why and How to Find Unusual Locations and Subjects to Photograph
Photography isn’t all about technical craft and Photoshop. Taking unique pictures requires being in great situations, in great locations, or around great people. You could be the most skilled photographer in the world, but if you never leave the confines of your bedroom, you’ll quickly run out of any unusual and captivating subjects. What can we do then? Let's find out!
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10 Photoshop CC Tricks for Beginners
10 Photoshop CC Tricks for Beginners
The video is very comprehensive and easy to follow. White recommends users buy a Wacom tablet or stylus for a touchscreen monitor if they’re thinking seriously about digital editing–not just because it’s easier for precise editing, but because you can apply different levels of pressure for more sensitivity, which you can’t do with a simple point-and-click mouse.
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10 Things You Should Know About Your New DSLR Camera
10 Things You Should Know About Your New DSLR Camera
The shutter speed refers to how fast your shutter is opening and closing. The longer it’s open, the more light you’re letting in. If you have a slower shutter, you can capture motion blur; with a faster shutter, you’ll freeze the motion.
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Using Light Painting to Assist With Sports Car Photography
Using Light Painting to Assist With Sports Car Photography
o get all the dynamics he was looking for in the photograph, Glass used composite photography. Composite photography is a technique that combines multiple photographs, taking certain elements from each image and layering them into one. To be able to do this, it is important that the camera completely still throughout the shoot.
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Sail Away From the Safe Harbor in 12 Photos
Sail Away From the Safe Harbor in 12 Photos
Photographers love traveling and searching for an inspiration all around the world. How do you travel? Have you ever took a trip on a boat or cruised around for weeks or months searching for a perfect moment or a scene? If not, wouldn’t it now be the time to do that?
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Exploring Wild California with Timelapse Photography (Video)
Exploring Wild California with Timelapse Photography (Video)
As you may know, timelapse is a photography technique that is accomplished by compiling thousands of photographs together to make a moving picture. Into the Atmosphere is the product of 12,400 still images. If that sounds like a lot, take into consideration that Shainblum started with 75,000 images to choose from.
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New Stock Photography Collection Aims to Empower Women (Video)
New Stock Photography Collection Aims to Empower Women (Video)
The stock photo giant Getty Images has teamed up with women’s leadership organization Lean In to create a collection of images depicting strong, empowered women. The collection contains over 2,500 images of women and girls of all ages and walks of life, at work and at play, who are confident, hardworking, and happy.
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How to Find Photograph Great Macro Subjects
How to Find Photograph Great Macro Subjects
As with any type of photography, your first step is to define what subject you are shooting. Once you’re “tuned in” with the minute details in front of you, take time to decide what exactly you want to shoot.
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