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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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Rollerblading Photographer Takes Motorcycle Photo Shoot to a Dangerous Level
Rollerblading Photographer Takes Motorcycle Photo Shoot to a Dangerous Level
Commercial and editorial photographer Matthew Jones has been shooting motorcycles and bikers for years, but for the photo session featured in the following video, he elevates his work to a whole new level.
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Starting Out With Studio Flash Systems
Starting Out With Studio Flash Systems
Most aspiring photographers start out with natural lights and then move up to speedlights, mostly due to portability, price, and the fact that they can double as studio flashes. But there is a point in time when you’ll consider upgrading to a studio flash, and there are a several reasons to do so.
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5 Reasons Your Pictures Are Blurry
5 Reasons Your Pictures Are Blurry
Most photographers learn visually. Hacking Photography was designed with that in mind. The eBook is meant to be a 10 step crash course that has a big impact on your photos in a small amount of time. The guide aims to provide a launch pad for mastering DSLR photography without any confusing jargon.
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Exploring Lighting Effects in Photoshop – Video Tutorial
Exploring Lighting Effects in Photoshop – Video Tutorial
Lighting effects in Photoshop can be very powerful. In this video tutorial, you will learn how to adjust light, create your own lighting, manipulate the atmosphere and ambiance of a scene and create unique and striking images using Adobe Photoshop.
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Five Ways to Successfully Market Yourself as a Photographer
Five Ways to Successfully Market Yourself as a Photographer
Whether you’re an established photographer or a newcomer to the exciting field of photography, you need to incorporate clever strategies to promote your work. Marketing is an essential aspect of any successful business. Because photography is a very competitive field, you’ll need a clever angle and edge to succeed.
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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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Portrait Photography: A Basic Guide to Posing
Portrait Photography: A Basic Guide to Posing
Posing is as integral to portrait photography as the right lens and the right camera angle. A lot of photographers learn this the hard way. If you’re a portrait photographer or do family and wedding photography you know how important posing can be.
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Meet the Genius Behind National Geographic's Photography Equipment
Meet the Genius Behind National Geographic's Photography Equipment
National Geographic photographers are amongst the most extreme bunch. And to be honest, most of the photographers I know—myself included—dream of working for the company. Everybody knows that it’s a tough job, but National Geographic’s photographers have a few tricks up their sleeves.
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9 Tips for Photographing Kids
9 Tips for Photographing Kids
We all know that working with kids is as tough as it gets. They’re energetic, fast, and often don’t pay much attention to what is going on around them.
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The Ultimate Star Trail Timelapse at The Wave, Arizona
The Ultimate Star Trail Timelapse at The Wave, Arizona
The sandstone rock formations of the Wave, Arizona are some of the most sought after geologic photographic material in North America.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Dog or Reindeer?
Interesting Photo of the Day: Dog or Reindeer?
How many times have you seen a funny or cute photo of a dog bouncing about in the snow or eating it? They just love the white, fluffy winter wonderland. Almost as much as kids. This photo of a big, dopey Newfoundland dog barreling ahead with a little girl in tow is priceless, I don’t know who’s having more fun.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sailing Stone
Interesting Photo of the Day: Sailing Stone
Way out in the deep, deep emptiness of California’s Death Valley lies Racetrack Playa, a dried-up lakebed about three miles long and flat as a board. This part of the incredibly dry and hot desert valley may be surrounded by beautiful mountains, but Racetrack Playa doesn’t have much else to see—cracked desert earth and a bunch of rocks really—yet it draws in visitors like crazy.
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Celebrity Portrait Photographer Demystifies His Lighting Setup
Celebrity Portrait Photographer Demystifies His Lighting Setup
Have you ever looked at some of the amazing portraiture on the cover of Rolling Stone or Vanity Fair and wondered how it was done? You may not have heard of Mark Seliger, but you’ve certainly seen some of his work.
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How to Detect an Exoplanet with Your DSLR
How to Detect an Exoplanet with Your DSLR
Pointing a DSLR at the sky is a popular past time for many photographers, but detecting an exoplanet with anything less than a telescope is a bit, well, unusual. If you’re a photographer with a fascination for space and a love of DIY projects, this tutorial from IEEE Spectrum might be right down your alley.
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