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Martial Arts Splash Photography Ideas

Martial Arts Splash Photography Ideas

Take a behind the scenes look at a martial arts photoshoot that presented photographer Clifton Li with the challenge of capturing water splashes. Li and his team constructed a shallow pool of water using plastic sheeting as the main source of the water splashes, but assistants help add to the splash by tossing buckets of […]

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Long Exposure Night Photography Tips in the Mountains

Long Exposure Night Photography Tips in the Mountains

Like most photography, long exposures are best learned by experimentation and trial and error. Still, it never hurts to have know some fundamentals if you are considering investing your time and resources into the art. Luckily, an experienced long exposure night photographer, Kamil Tamiola, has made a rather conclusive instructional video that answers some frequently asked questions. […]

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HDR Photography How To

HDR Photography How To

If you’ve been looking for a tutorial on creating HDR images, look no further. Alan Kesselhaut has made a great video explaining all the aspects of high dynamic range photography starting with the equipment and ending with the editing process. Kesselhaut covers the three most popular pieces of HDR editing software: Photomatix, Adobe Photoshop, and NIK […]

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20 Helpful Items for Landscape Photography

20 Helpful Items for Landscape Photography

There are a lot of landscape photography tutorials floating around the Internet that, other than stating the obvious, don’t offer much in the way of useful tips. That’s partially what makes Kai’s tutorials so wonderful; he dishes out real world advice that most people forget about because they’re too busy blogging about not forgetting to […]

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Interesting Photo of The Day: Astronaut in Orbit 175 Miles Above Earth (Untethered)

Interesting Photo of The Day: Astronaut in Orbit 175 Miles Above Earth (Untethered)

Maybe it’s the vastness or, perhaps, the element of the unknown, but space is a mesmerizing place. As we explore it and learn more about space, the more and more fascinating it becomes. Even for us earthbound individuals, there is something about its awesomeness that intrigues us. And when we see photos such as this […]

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Liquid Art High Speed Macro Photography

Liquid Art High Speed Macro Photography

There are different approaches to take when photographing drops of liquid, some more technical than others. When artist, Markus Reugels, came across a photographic collection of water drops he was instantly drawn. That’s when he took it upon himself to create some high-tech tools to help him create the photographs he envisioned. Using a microprocessor and […]

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Lighting for Liquid Composite Photography

Lighting for Liquid Composite Photography

Being able to freeze the movement of water at precisely the right moment requires good timing on the photographer’s behalf, but also very good lighting. The professionals over at Aurum Light Studio have pretty much nailed the art of water photography down to a science, and luckily for us, they’ve produced a behind the scenes look at one […]

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How To Take Headshots

How To Take Headshots

At a recent Google+ photography conference Peter Hurley provided more great tips on how to take headshots.  When his presentation, The Art of The Headshot, went live, the folks of Google+ made it one of the most viewed of the series and with good reason–it’s chock full of information on one of the most overlooked areas […]

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F-Stop Explained

F-Stop Explained

Part of becoming a great photographer is understanding the science behind how photographs are captured in the first place. Dylan Bennett makes that task a little bit easier with his simple explanation of the f-stop. In a brief video, Bennett teaches us all about f-stops by using handy visual aids such as charts and drawings. […]

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Food Photography Tips: See How McDonald’s Does It

Food Photography Tips: See How McDonald’s Does It

Ever notice how the food you buy from McDonald’s tends to look a bit well, underwhelming, compared to the giant-sized photographs of their burgers they use on their menus? If so, rest assured your curiosity doesn’t stand alone. A Canadian woman emailed the fast food giants to ask them the exact same question. McDonald’s graciously responded […]

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