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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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Aerial Photography By Paraglider

Aerial Photography By Paraglider

Aerial photographer George Steinmetz is making waves again with a recent talk he delivered for National Geographic Live. Aside from his remarkable talent as a photographer, part of what sets Steinmetz’s work apart from others is the unique approach he takes to creating it. Aerial photography, as you probably know, is more traditionally taken from […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Look Closely, Photographer at Work in Norway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Look Closely, Photographer at Work in Norway

A lot of times, landscape photography means waking up well before the sun does and going on a wilderness adventure in the pre-dawn darkness all in the name of getting the shot. Sometimes we don’t get any great photographs and it hardly seems worth it, but then we encounter a photo such as this one, […]

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Timelapse Photography Tutorial

Timelapse Photography Tutorial

We feature many timelapse photography projects here on Picture Correct, but rarely do we find such great examples of how they were made as we have with the Dustin Farrell‘s video that you can see below. Over the 17 minute explanation, Farrell generously shares with viewers the process he uses to capture the tens of […]

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Portrait Photography with One Light and a White Wall

Portrait Photography with One Light and a White Wall

Don’t be discouraged if you do not have buckets of money to spend on extravagant lighting setups, in the nicely made video tutorial below, Mark Wallace is back to share some of his endless knowledge with us. Wallace discusses a couple different ways you can make the most of a single light source when taking […]

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What Does it Take to be a National Geographic Photographer?

What Does it Take to be a National Geographic Photographer?

Many photographers dream of photographing for National Geographic. So much in fact, the magazine has become iconic in the eyes of amateur and professional photojournalists alike. It’s always fun to hear the insights of a photographer who has had a long standing working relationship with the publication and in the video below, we are treated […]

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The Taxi Driver Photographer

The Taxi Driver Photographer

Next time you’re on a cab ride in the Big Apple, it might be worth taking the time to get to know your driver. You might be fortunate enough to hail David Bradford, a cabbie who uses his driving duties as a way to experience the city and capture it’s personality using a small Yaschica […]

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How To Setup Remote DSLR Cameras with Wireless Triggers

How To Setup Remote DSLR Cameras with Wireless Triggers

When shooting sporting events like basketball or football, it helps immensely to have multiple cameras working to your advantage to make sure you capture all the action. One way of doing so is by strategically setting up a few DSLRs around the court linked together using a couple Pocket Wizards and a single remote to trigger the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Charging Rhino in Mid Flight

Interesting Photo of the Day: Charging Rhino in Mid Flight

It can be incredibly scary to be on the approaching end of an angry animal, especially when said animal is a rhino, which is widely regarded as one of the most dangerous animals on the planet. To capture a photograph of a charging rhino not only takes photographic skills, but also a heaping does of […]

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