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Interesting Album of Once in a Lifetime Photographs
Interesting Album of Once in a Lifetime Photographs
So much of photography is waiting for just the right time. The split second when lightning strikes, a bubble bursts, or a predator leaps for its prey. Catching these dramatic moments on camera depends on many factors coming together and on being in the right place at the right time. The lucky photographers who took these shots thought quickly and clicked their shutters at the perfect moments:
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Chaos in Brazil: Hit the Streets with this Talented
Chaos in Brazil: Hit the Streets with this Talented
There is currently a great amount of unrest in Brazil. Police officers barricade the streets as protesters riot with flags and shouts of discontent, cans of tear gas are thrown into the crowds to keep them at bay, and more and more of the stories are coming out as photographers take to the streets and record the violent actions taking place.
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Endless Creativity is Possible in Portrait Photography
Endless Creativity is Possible in Portrait Photography
Portrait photography or portraiture is photography of a person or group of people that displays the expression, personality, and mood of the subject. Like other types of portraiture, the focus of the photograph is usually the person’s face, although the entire body and the background or context may be included.
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Tricky Low Light Engagement Photography Situations
Tricky Low Light Engagement Photography Situations
To be a successful photographer, you have to be resourceful, adaptable, and quick. In this video, SLR Lounge shows you an example of how to embrace limited time and resources. This specific situation includes a personal engagement photo for a couple that involves their car in the shot. With only 15 minutes left, the shot had still not been taken.
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Lucky Timelapse Photographer Captures Rarely Seen Meteor Explosion
Lucky Timelapse Photographer Captures Rarely Seen Meteor Explosion
If Yogi Berra were a photographer, he’d probably tell you that 90% of a good shot was half luck. Michael Chung experienced that cocktail of good fortune and proper exposure for himself last week when he sat down to process his images for a time lapse of the annual Perseid meteor shower, and he stumbled onto something spectacular:
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Probably the Best Sports Photo of 2013
Probably the Best Sports Photo of 2013
When AFP photographer Oliver Morin set out to photograph the 100m final in Moscow—and, most notably, the legendary Usain Bolt, a 26-year old powerhouse sprinter who holds world records in both the 100m and 200m—he wasn’t trying to capture a ‘career-defining’ shot or the ‘best sports photo of the year,’ but with strategic positioning and a little help from Mother Nature, he did:
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Milky Way Crossing Over the Night Sky Captured with Timelapse Photography
Milky Way Crossing Over the Night Sky Captured with Timelapse Photography
Today we bring you a stunning 360° timelapse over the night skies of the Paranal Observatory in the Atacama desert in Chile. This beautiful HD timelapse shows the other side of the Milky Way “rising and setting”.
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Digital Photography Printing for Wall Art Introduction
Digital Photography Printing for Wall Art Introduction
Photography and printing are two very different things. Although they are closely related in how they depend on one another, they take two very different sets of knowledge. Just because you can take amazing photos, doesn’t mean you can make amazing prints, and vice versa. In this video, Robert Rodriguez Jr explains many of the technical aspects and forethought you should consider when thinking about printing your images:
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5 Reasons Why Zoom Lenses Are Better Than Prime Lenses
5 Reasons Why Zoom Lenses Are Better Than Prime Lenses
It’s on ongoing debate between photographers: Are zoom lenses or prime lenses better? Undoubtedly both have their pros and cons, but in the following short video, Kai from DigitalRev TV weighs in with some reasons why zoom might win the day over fixed focal length lenses:
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Valuable Tips for Autumn Photography
Valuable Tips for Autumn Photography
Autumn is a season that provides a golden opportunity to take beautiful shots in varied colors (related eBook released this week: Art of Color Processing). And what else could be the perfect subjects for your photos? The autumn leaves, trees, and amazing landscapes.
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Resort Photography Tips as a Commercial Photographer: Tell a Story
Resort Photography Tips as a Commercial Photographer: Tell a Story
What’s your dream job? How does travel photography for a luxury island resort sound? Joe McNally was hired to do just that on Saint Lucia, one of the Windward Islands in the Caribbean Sea.
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Midtown A Stunning New York City Timelapse Photography Project
Midtown A Stunning New York City Timelapse Photography Project
Many of us complain that we don’t have enough time to do the things that we want. With a heavy workload of taking photos for clients, communicating with clients, traveling, doing finances, etc., it’s often hard to find any time to work on our own personal projects.
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Cell Phone Thief Unknowingly Saves Photos to the Internet
Cell Phone Thief Unknowingly Saves Photos to the Internet
Unfortunately, things don’t always go our way. Just ask the group of tourists who, while on vacation in Ibiza, Spain, had all their possessions stolen from the beach while they were having a swim in the ocean. Passports, clothing, cellphones, gifts, nearly everything they left on the beach was taken.
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How to Create Industrial Portraits in Harsh Sunlight
How to Create Industrial Portraits in Harsh Sunlight
Blazing sunlight is not a friend of the photographer. However, sometimes it is impossible to avoid. Here are some tip for creating industrial portraits during the day time.
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Released Today The Art of Color Processing in Landscape Photography
Released Today The Art of Color Processing in Landscape Photography
In this new training guide, professional coastal landscape photographer Christopher O’Donnell explains his color processing workflow in a step-by-step fashion, guiding you through each stage from start to finish. In addition to learning the details of his processing, he also discusses the history of his creative development and what led him to develop and refine his techniques that led him to where he is today.
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