How Photography Enhances Relationships

How Photography Enhances Relationships

Time can pass by quickly and circumstances can change drastically.

 
You Know You’re a Photographer When…

You Know You’re a Photographer When…

Being a photographer is more than just a hobby or a career choice—it’s life.

 
Photographing Mother Nature With Respect

Photographing Mother Nature With Respect

Things are much slower when dealing with Mother Nature.

 
Fall Foliage: Tips For Taking Great Fall Photos

Fall Foliage: Tips For Taking Great Fall Photos

Here are some tips for creating great fall images.

 
 

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Beautiful (and a Little Freaky) Abstract Timelapse

Beautiful (and a Little Freaky) Abstract Timelapse

Photographer, filmmaker and painter, Jeff Frost has taken timelapse to a whole new level. The artist came up with the idea for and created a unique visual story, “The Circle of Abstract Ritual,” an eerily beautiful stop-motion video exploring creation and destruction: “The idea I wanted to explore was the creation of culture as a conscious creative […]

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8 Steps to Create a Dynamic Vertical Panorama

8 Steps to Create a Dynamic Vertical Panorama

We’ve covered how to create stunning panoramas, but let’s be different today. Let’s step it up and learn how to create a beautiful, mind-blowing panorama that stands out from the rest and really grabs the viewer’s attention—the vertical panorama from an aerial view! Russel Brown provides a great tutorial on how to stitch together multiple photos to […]

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Black & White Photography Techniques

Black & White Photography Techniques

Related: Only a little while left in the deal on Before/After Black and White Tutorials Black and white photography is a rewarding and challenging field of artistic photography. Even people who don’t care about photography can find themselves drawn to a great black and white image. As a photographer, black and white can allow you to […]

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5 Ideas for a Great Indoor Macro Photography Session

5 Ideas for a Great Indoor Macro Photography Session

After writing my last article on tips for beginner macro photographers, I was sitting inside all motivated to shoot some macro images and ready to put into practice some of the keys. But it was raining, and I felt very limited as to what I could actually shoot inside. Now if I was thinking like […]

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Street Portraits Through the Lens of a Hasselblad

Street Portraits Through the Lens of a Hasselblad

The images that you are about to see are the fruits of one man’s childhood dream. Carl Pendle always dreamed of owning a Hasselblad 500 series camera. There was something about that old clunky square format camera that obsessed him. Despite his venture into a different genre of photography, Pendle’s childhood love for the Hasselblad […]

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How to Capture Motion and Blur in Photography

How to Capture Motion and Blur in Photography

The fans are screaming; the Bulls have the ball, and you are following number 23 as he approaches the basket. He jumps, he shoots … you score! You did get that picture just as the ball left his fingertips, didn’t you? If you got that Sports Illustrated cover shot, the ball would be frozen just […]

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