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Photography Panoramic Proposal Idea
Photography Panoramic Proposal Idea
Most people who have been seriously bitten by the photography bug develop a desire to incorporate photography into other endeavors in life — from travelling to food preparation to child rearing, etc. So why not combine it with the once-in-a-lifetime act of proposing marriage to a special someone?
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How to Prepare for a Wedding Shoot
How to Prepare for a Wedding Shoot
If you’re looking to get into wedding photography or have just started out in the industry, you’re probably aware of how hectic a wedding photo shoot can be. Learning the ropes involves a lot of trial and error, which I can attest to.
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Photography Q&A with a Nikon Pro Photojournalist
Photography Q&A with a Nikon Pro Photojournalist
There are those who dream and those who do. When it comes to photography, David Dare Parker is obviously the latter. A photojournalist of 28 years, he has covered conflicts and other social issues across the Middle East, Europe, Asia, and Australia. His work has graced the pages of several international publications, including The New York Times and TIME Magazine.
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Underwater Composite Photography Project for a Cameraphone Ad
Underwater Composite Photography Project for a Cameraphone Ad
Underwater photography used to be the realm of professional-grade cameras with expensive water-tight enclosures. However, recent years have seen the development of point-and-shoot cameras that can take photos and video while submerged in shallow waters without the need for additional waterproof housing.
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Comparing Diffusion Materials for Photography Lighting
Comparing Diffusion Materials for Photography Lighting
As many photographers switch from using strobes to using continuous lighting for their photo shoots, they need solutions to avoid the 1950s-era hard light look caused by using unmodified, direct light. Diffusion softens and shapes light to flatter models and change the feel of an image. Because there are practically limitless choices when it comes to diffusion materials, selecting a panel can be a time-consuming and expensive task.
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The Beautiful Science of Space Photography
The Beautiful Science of Space Photography
When you imagine the opposite of science, you think of art. Art is creative, chaotic, colorful, and it uses the right side of your brain. Science is logical, organized, quantifiable, and it uses the left side of your brain. If you’re an art major and your friend is a science major, chances are you have none of the same classes and those classes are on the opposite sides of campus.
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Approaches to Composition & Photography
Approaches to Composition & Photography
In the seminar Kelby himself takes viewers on an educational walk through of his personal workflow.
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How to Do Exploded View Photography
How to Do Exploded View Photography
Have you ever wondered how those fantastic exploded view photographs of machinery are made?
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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. Follow the discussion inside!
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Concept Car Photography: A Brief Look
Concept Car Photography: A Brief Look
Last year, Photographer Steffen Jahn had the opportunity to photograph BMW’s handsome new concept car, the Zagato. The following video offers a quick behind-the-scenes look at Jahn’s photo shoot, which was set in various European locations:
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Celestial Night Sky Timelapse Photography Over Michigan
Celestial Night Sky Timelapse Photography Over Michigan
One would think to see the Aurora Borealis you would have to travel to Alaska, Norway, or some other remote destination that is nearly impossible to get to. For most people Michigan wouldn’t be the first place they’d think of to see the majestic northern lights; however, in the spring of 2012, videographer Shawn Malone captured the celestial dance over the upper Michigan peninsula.
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Using Photography to Document Shocking Ocean Tide Changes
Using Photography to Document Shocking Ocean Tide Changes
In his book “Sea Change”, English photographer Michael Marten explores the duality of a natural cycle that’s been going on since the dawn of time — the changing of the tides. He went to several locations around the coasts of Britain and captured each one in both high tide and low tide. 53 of these diptychs, arranged as a clockwise journey around Britain, are presented in the book:
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How to Take Better Photos With Your EOS Camera
How to Take Better Photos With Your EOS Camera
The marketing departments of the camera manufacturers would like you to believe that buying the latest versions of their digital cameras will make you a better photographer. That’s not true. All you are doing is buying a better tool.
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Google Glass: The Next Big Thing in Photography?
Google Glass: The Next Big Thing in Photography?
The tech world is buzzing with news about Google Glass, the Internet giant’s latest innovation. With Google having recently released the developer version of this wearable technology, people are starting to get the chance to try out Glass’ capabilities, particularly where photography and videography are concerned.
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Yoga Photography Techniques at Dusk
Yoga Photography Techniques at Dusk
Sun-drenched shades of red clay and pink granite combine with the brilliant hues of a desert sunset to make for a striking yoga-themed photo shoot in Enchanted Rock, Texas. Photographer Kurt Kronk used a unique lighting setup to present both his subject and the majestic natural surroundings to the best advantage:
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