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How the Tone Curve Works in Photoshop

How the Tone Curve Works in Photoshop

If you’ve spent much time post processing your photographs, you’ve come across the tone curve. Found in a number of the most widely used editing programs, it can be used to control brightness, contrast, and color channels precisely. But do you know how the tone curve actually works? Everything you’ll ever need to know is provided in […]

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Infrared Timelapse Photography of Oregon

Infrared Timelapse Photography of Oregon

Ever wonder what’s happening just beyond our perception? Timelapse photographer Sam Forencich has begun to explore the subtleties in light and color that lie just beyond our eyesight: With a Nikon D750 and Canon 5D Mark II converted to capture infrared wavelengths, Forencich has captured hours of surreal, psychedelic footage of the roads and landscapes he holds […]

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Creative Ways to Use Prisms in Photography

Creative Ways to Use Prisms in Photography

Looking to do something different with your photographs? Getting new looks can be as easy as picking up a piece of glass and seeing how it changes the way your camera picks up light. With this informative video, photographer Mathieu Stern offers a few materials that any photographer looking to experiment can easily find: Short Triangular Prism Cost: $5 When […]

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Behind the Scenes: Commercial Coffee Photo Shoot

Behind the Scenes: Commercial Coffee Photo Shoot

Photographer Bill Cahill has primarily dedicated his career to photographing a single subject: all things liquid. While this may seem like an awfully specific subset to focus on, upon seeing Cahill’s images it becomes evident as to how he’s been able to support himself over the years: Since childhood, Cahill has had an interest in photography—still life, […]

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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Quickly Improve a Portrait Subject’s Eyes

Photoshop Tutorial: How to Quickly Improve a Portrait Subject’s Eyes

Nine times out of 10, the most compelling element of any portrait is the subject’s eyes. They indicate the emotion of an image and naturally invite the viewer’s gaze. So, naturally, photographers spend quite a bit of time ensuring that the eyes within their images cannot be overlooked. Video editor and photographer Mathieu Stern shares a quick tip on […]

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10 Quick Photography Tips to Improve Your Results

10 Quick Photography Tips to Improve Your Results

Everyone wants to take better pictures. However, most of us aren’t willing to put in the long hours of practice and self guided study that it takes to become a professional photographer. Luckily, there are a few things that beginners can do to improve. Rachel Gulotta and Daniel Inskeep of Mango Street Lab review some simple steps […]

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How to Take Panoramic Landscapes and Edit Them

How to Take Panoramic Landscapes and Edit Them

Whether you find yourself in a bustling city with towering skylines or a vast, natural landscape, the prospect of capturing a panoramic view is tempting. After all, the art of photography often requires artists to choose which details are most worthy of being included in a frame. Simply showing all that the eye can see […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Jasper Overlooks the Canadian Rockies

Interesting Photo of the Day: Jasper Overlooks the Canadian Rockies

There’s a reason why dogs have earned the coveted title of “Man’s Best Friend.” They’re loyal, they’re intelligent, they’re lively, and most of all, they’re downright adorable. Jasper, a Siberian Husky/Labrador Retriever mix from Alberta encompasses everything we love about dogs. With his favorite people by his side, he’s up for even the most daunting […]

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A Photographer’s Guide to Videography

A Photographer’s Guide to Videography

The lines between photography and videography have begun to blur. At this point, almost every DSLR available has at least some video capabilities, and more and more so, employers are seeking photographers with experience handling moving media. Luckily, with the help of Kristine and Calen Rhome of White in Revery, the folks at Mango Street Lab have compiled a few […]

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How to Make Your Own Lightbox for Product Photography

How to Make Your Own Lightbox for Product Photography

Any salesperson will tell you that the key to selling a product lies in its presentation. With countless vendors moving their marketplaces online, this makes the need for crisp, clean product photography greater than ever. For some, this means renting out expensive studios for extensive product cataloging. For those lacking resources, it means getting a bit […]

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