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How to Create Rainy Window Portraits in a Studio

How to Create Rainy Window Portraits in a Studio

With a makeshift studio and a camera in hand, it’a possible to create nearly anything. In this tutorial, Gavin Hoey brings the stormy weather indoors with a step by step guide to creating the illusion of rain drops clinging to a glass window: As always, the most crucial aspect to create a convincing scene is the correct […]

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3 Quick Instagram Photography Styling Tips

3 Quick Instagram Photography Styling Tips

Working with static subjects can be surprisingly difficult. For photographers accustomed to working with live models, styling details by hand can be a challenging hurdle to overcome. Luckily, there are a few guidelines beginners can employ to refine any still life. Content creation studio Mango Street Lab produced the following tutorial as a styling blueprint for any photographer […]

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Street Photography: A License to Observe

Street Photography: A License to Observe

Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson is constantly seeking answers. He navigates the world through his camera, and through his viewfinder he makes sense of his surroundings: More so than most things, Anderson often wonders about home. Having traveled across a number of countries over the course of his career, he’s made an effort to find connections to […]

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How to do a Quick and Simple Corporate Portrait Setup

How to do a Quick and Simple Corporate Portrait Setup

Daniel Norton knows a thing or two about portraiture. Renowned for his ability to manipulate light, the NYC based fashion photographer has posed musicians, actors, and models in front of his camera. However, not every shoot he does is incredibly complex or glamorous. Here, Norton shares a straightforward, easy to adjust lighting setup ideal for clean, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Twilight Snowstorm on the Streets of Boston

Interesting Photo of the Day: Twilight Snowstorm on the Streets of Boston

Because it’s one of the oldest cities in the United States, walking through the streets of Boston can sometimes feel like taking a step into the past. Even with neon signs and streetlights illuminating the streets, it’s easy to lose yourself among the brownstones while reminiscing about the area’s storied past. While doing just that […]

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Shadow and Silhouette Photography Techniques

Shadow and Silhouette Photography Techniques

Shadows are naturally evocative. The result of matter coming between a surface and incoming rays of light, they’re simultaneously symbolic of dependence as well as absence. Artists of all sorts utilize shadows—literally and figuratively—to drive home powerful points. Here, Marcin Lewandowski goes into detail on how a lack of light can actually do quite a bit to […]

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50,000 Photograph Timelapse of the Western United States

50,000 Photograph Timelapse of the Western United States

When cinematographer Zach Rogers relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada, there’s no doubt that he anticipated bright lights and plenty of action. However, the city itself did little to capture his eye or his heart. Instead, he was captivated by the barren deserts that lie just outside of city limits: Comprised of nearly 7,000 individual photographs shot primarily […]

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Using Ansel Adams’ Zone System and Large Format Photography Still Today

Using Ansel Adams’ Zone System and Large Format Photography Still Today

The face of the United States has changed quite a bit since the days of Ansel Adams. When he began documenting natural wonders for the Library of Congress, the country was still expanding and firmly based in agriculture. Even the untrained eye could appreciate the reverence of light and masterful composition employed in each of […]

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4 Sports Photography Tricks and Tips

4 Sports Photography Tricks and Tips

With 30 years of professional experience under his belt, Patrick Murphy-Racey has spent countless hours watching games from behind his camera’s viewfinder. Specializing in sports photography, his job is to be ready to capture the adrenaline and electricity that comes and goes at a moment’s notice: To create the best images possible, Murphy-Racey must stick to a […]

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Photoshop Timelapse: Car Photography Manipulation

Photoshop Timelapse: Car Photography Manipulation

Photographers are often drawn to the camera for its power to freeze the world for a moment and capture things exactly as they are. But, with technical innovations in the form of editing software, photographers have been granted the power to build new worlds entirely. Danish photographer Sebastian Pichard usually sticks to capturing sleek sports cars for a […]

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