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If Money Was No Object, Would You Focus On Photography More?

If Money Was No Object, Would You Focus On Photography More?

We would all love to be doing what we are passionate about fulltime. Unfortunately, for many people money keeps them from doing what they would love. But, what if money were no object? What if a large paycheck wasn’t motivation enough to keep you from fulfilling your dreams? What if you traded in a well paying office […]

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How to Set Up for a Powder Photography Session

How to Set Up for a Powder Photography Session

Inspired by the work of Thomas David, Arizona based photographer Edward Brice, decided to try his hand at powder photographer. This behind the scenes look at how Brice went about capturing his own powder shots sheds some light onto the process, should you decide to try it for yourself. Just be aware, your studio might will […]

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Be Warned, Sharks Steal Cameras Apparently

Be Warned, Sharks Steal Cameras Apparently

Before you think your camera is safe just hanging out on the ocean floor while you watch from a distance, you may want to think again. Ask Jim Abernethy, a shark expert who left his underwater camera rig below and had it carried off to sea by a curious shark.  Watch the culprit swim off with […]

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DIY Photography Studio Lighting on the Cheap

DIY Photography Studio Lighting on the Cheap

There is no doubt about it that collecting an arsenal of studio lighting is a very costly adventure. But, who’s to say you can’t get professional results using light strips that you have built yourself? As Joe Edelman outlines in his two part video series, even those with no carpentry skills can whip up some […]

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Beauty Lighting for Soft Portrait Photography

Beauty Lighting for Soft Portrait Photography

Using lights to soften the skin of a subject is well practiced technique by many professionals. Getting the lighting right is not a complicated task and can save you precious time in post by eliminating the need for some common retouching practices. Good beauty lighting can be achieved using many combinations of studio lights and boxes, so […]

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Surreal Portrait Photography

Surreal Portrait Photography

Portraiture is one of the most common types of photography and because of that it can tend to become rather redundant. In terms of thinking outside the box, surreal portrait artist, Rob Woodcox, raises the bar. Known for his photography in which he magically makes people appear as though they were levitating, Woodcox is opening […]

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Basic Lighting Setup for Fashion Photography on a White Background

Basic Lighting Setup for Fashion Photography on a White Background

Whoever says fashion photography photoshoots have to use extensive amounts of lighting equipment may want to take a look at the following video. While photographing model, Ulorin Vex, in his New York studio, professional photographer, Neil van Niekerk, kept things simple using just a backdrop and a beauty dish for a majority of the shoot. Go […]

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What Are National Geographic Photo Buyers Looking For?

What Are National Geographic Photo Buyers Looking For?

Many photographers dream of getting published in National Geographic and it’s not just the fierce competition keeping them from realizing their dreams. You have to know what the photo buyers are looking for. What is it exactly that is going to catch the eye of National Geographic and make your photograph stand out from the […]

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Night Photography in the City

Night Photography in the City

For photographers like Jeff Cable, part of the appeal of night photography is the new set of challenges it presents. Cable, whose day job is sports photography, says his real passion lays in sneaking away from things at nightfall to wander the city streets looking for photographs. That’s good news for all the night owls […]

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Is Photography a Hobby or a Profession to You? Decide.

Is Photography a Hobby or a Profession to You? Decide.

Many amateur photographers dream of turning their hobby into a thriving business. It’s almost a natural progression. Some may even call it a noble pursuit. Who doesn’t want to get paid to do what they love doing? If you happen to be one of those amateur’s it’s important you fully comprehend all that goes into running a […]

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