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How to Capture Motion in Food Photography

How to Capture Motion in Food Photography

The typical formula for good food photography involves tack sharp focus, lots of natural, diffused light, and picture perfect styling. But food photography can go beyond still life. Steve Hansen demonstrates how to capture food photography with motion: The ingredients for this demonstration are used for a traditional dark Mexican mole. They come in all varieties and […]

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Dealing with Bad Days as a Landscape Photographer

Dealing with Bad Days as a Landscape Photographer

True photographers know the non-glamorous aspects of landscape photography. Those bad days when nothing seems to be going in your favor. When, despite your best efforts, you go back home empty handed—absolutely nothing to show for your hard day’s work. This is the blood, the guts and the sweat that all landscape photographers must shed […]

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Creative Lighting Ideas for Portrait Photography

Creative Lighting Ideas for Portrait Photography

Small working space doesn’t mean that you have to be limited creatively. As a matter of fact, a lack of space or tools means you need to be more creative. Mark Wallace demonstrates how you can use even the tightest of working spaces to produce creative portrait lighting: The aim in this shoot was to capture motion […]

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How to Fold a Rectangular Reflector in Two Seconds

How to Fold a Rectangular Reflector in Two Seconds

There are tons of videos on the internet to show us how to fold circular reflectors. But how do you fold rectangular reflectors? Professional photographer Jason Lanier shares a useful tip to help you quickly fold a rectangular reflector: Hold a short side of the reflector at the corners. Fold the sides in toward the […]

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How to Shoot Great Portraits in Tiny Spaces

How to Shoot Great Portraits in Tiny Spaces

Don’t let anyone tell you that you don’t have many options because you’re shooting in an attic or under the stairs. In an environment with barely enough space to work with a model and one light, Mark Wallace demonstrates what you can achieve when you put on your thinking hat: To start off, you need the right […]

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Effective Use of Color in Photography

Effective Use of Color in Photography

The Art of Photography take us on a journey in the evolution of color in modern photography. It showcases some of the works by Ernst Haas, Luigi Ghirri, and Saul Leiter: three pioneers of color film photography with their own distinct styles: Luigi Ghirri had a unique way of using colors in his photographs. In […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: SpaceX’s First Reused Rocket Launch

Interesting Photo of the Day: SpaceX’s First Reused Rocket Launch

Thanks to the internet and the incredible interest in space exploration, an image of a rocket lifting off a launch pad is nothing extraordinary. And yet this image is here; it’s SpaceX’s first reused rocket launch. This makes future low cost space missions a serious possibility, which is kind of a big deal: “I set a camera […]

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Photography Weather Conditions: To Go or Not to Go

Photography Weather Conditions: To Go or Not to Go

Have you had one of those moments when one part of your brain tells you to stay inside while the other part persistently tries to push and shove you out the front door? Well, we all experience mixed feelings when we’re in an intense fight with ourselves. For every time that we do head out to make images, there […]

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Quick and Easy Tips to Improve Your Food Photography

Quick and Easy Tips to Improve Your Food Photography

Whether it is something special made on a rainy afternoon or a birthday cake, food photography is something that we do without even realizing. The following tips can be used by anyone looking to improve their food photography skills: Good Backgrounds “Good pictures starts from the back.” — Marcin Lewandowski There can’t be a more apt epithet […]

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Storytelling Photography Techniques as a Wedding Photographer

Storytelling Photography Techniques as a Wedding Photographer

Storytelling is the most definitive way to make photos. Be it a wedding or a pre-wedding shoot, storytelling photography is the way to go. The challenge is dealing with such situations when you’re limited to just one lens. Photographer Caroline Tran demonstrates how she tells photographic stories with just a prime lens: “I’m a big storyteller and […]

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