Tips for Great Street Photography

Tips for Great Street Photography

Street photography is full of life and interesting images just waiting to be captured.

 
Black and White Photography Tips

Black and White Photography Tips

Photography is the recording of light regardless of color and outcome.

 
Photography Zoom Effect: Racking the Lens

Photography Zoom Effect: Racking the Lens

A zoom effect makes it look like the subject is moving with lines of motion.

 
Top 10 Qualities of a Great Photographer

Top 10 Qualities of a Great Photographer

It takes more than just a nice camera to be successful.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

How to Make a DIY Intervalometer Out of a Calculator

How to Make a DIY Intervalometer Out of a Calculator

You know that old graphing calculator you bought for your upper-level math classes? The one collecting dust in your junk drawer? Well, JACP Media just came out with an interesting hack that turns a Texas Instruments TI-84 graphing calculator into an intervalometer that hooks up to your DSLR: Intervalometers—devices used in timelapse photography to release […]

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18 Serene Morning Views from a Tent

18 Serene Morning Views from a Tent

Whenever we see great nature photographs, we are taken aback by the beauty of Mother Earth. But we also know the photo was taken at a certain time of day to capture the best light under the best conditions, then most likely edited to really make it pop. What’s behind each final image is what […]

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What is it Really Like to Be an Adventure Photographer?

What is it Really Like to Be an Adventure Photographer?

How do you live your life with no regrets? For adventure photographer Krystle Wright, the trick is to live and work her dream. Wright travels the world, camera always in hand, to experience life and capture each fleeting moment. To capture adventure, Wright says you have to be a part of it, and she absolutely emerges herself […]

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New: The Photographer’s Post-Production

New: The Photographer’s Post-Production

Gavin Gough is a professional travel and editorial photographer whose work has appeared in many top media outlets including the New York Times. He just released a new Lightroom education bundle designed to provide a comprehensive, step-by-step approach to managing digital images using Adobe Lightroom, from importing to data management, processing and exporting. We were able to arrange […]

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This Creative Travel Timelapse Tackles Your European Bucket List in 2 Minutes

This Creative Travel Timelapse Tackles Your European Bucket List in 2 Minutes

A lot of people have bucket lists. Some are travel-related or experiential; others involve personal or career goals. But photographer Piotr Wancerz tackled a European travel bucket list for Topdeck Travel, and he documented it in pretty epic proportions. A sequence that begins with a would-be traveler flipping wistfully through a travel guide suddenly immerses viewers in […]

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The Photographer’s Guide to Taking Portraits at Noon

The Photographer’s Guide to Taking Portraits at Noon

Exactly how many times have you been advised to shoot in natural light? Probably too many times. And, yet, how many times have you struggled to get a good exposure while shooting in bright outdoor conditions? In this video, Lindsay Adler shows you exactly how to tackle that seemingly nightmarish midday lighting situation: If photographers […]

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