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Pen, Brush and Camera: A Full-Length Documentary About Henri Cartier-Bresson

Pen, Brush and Camera: A Full-Length Documentary About Henri Cartier-Bresson

Henri Cartier-Bresson is arguably one of the most iconic figures in 20th century photography. Throughout the years, he has photographed some of the most iconic personalities and events in his lifetime, and he has done so in his unique style, capturing the essence of humanity. As one visitor in his galleries remarked, “If God were […]

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5 Effective Ways to Advertise Your Photography Business

5 Effective Ways to Advertise Your Photography Business

Who doesn’t have five minutes to help get the word out for their photography business? Here are five quick tips that will help you get a lot of promotional opportunity out of your daily routine. 1. Get More Out of Your Email What you did: Wrote an email to friends trying to explain why you […]

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53 Hilarious Photos Taken at Just the Right Moment

53 Hilarious Photos Taken at Just the Right Moment

Have you ever seen a fire-breathing dog or a headless gymnast? Check out this album of shots showing perfect timing as well as some forced perspective shots that trick our brains into seeing something that’s not quite right. Thrown in are some beautiful photos of natural phenomena where the only way to have captured it […]

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The Magic Photobomb Prank

The Magic Photobomb Prank

Ah, the photobomb—we’ve all been there. Whether you’ve been the bomber or the bombee, you know what I’m talking about. A well-played photobomb can, and often does, end up going viral, bringing joy to millions around the globe. But, is it getting a little old? Greg Benson of MediocreFilms added a new spin to the photobomb—watch as he […]

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Church & Cathedral Photos: Use a Slow Shutter Speed

Church & Cathedral Photos: Use a Slow Shutter Speed

Finally, the local photo club had arranged for us to take pictures inside the beautiful Our Lady of Victory Basilica. I was so excited! In my nearly 50 years, I had never once even peeked in through the doorway. Once inside, I understood why documentaries had been made about this grand church. It was so […]

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Interactive Street Photography

Interactive Street Photography

Most street photographers believe that the key to getting superb street shots is to become invisible to their subjects, blending in seamlessly with their surroundings. Bucking the trend, however, is long-time photographer Steve Huff. Huff’s approach to street photography works more along the lines of consent and rapport, than with surreptitiously clicking. This is what […]

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Photo Booth for Dogs

Photo Booth for Dogs

Who says photo booths are just for humans? These adorable fuzzy friends took to the studio to get a few glam shots done. Why would a dog need glam shots? Well, in order to get adopted! Photographer Guinnevere Shuster teamed up with The Humane Society of Utah and came up with a brilliant plan to […]

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Check Out the Unbelievable Resolution of a 10K Timelapse

Check Out the Unbelievable Resolution of a 10K Timelapse

Photography is a fascinating art form. It’s a forever evolving facet for personal expression, visual pleasure, data collection, and technological feats. Joe Capra, of Scientifantastic, combines beauty of imagery with the science of new photographic technologies. This 10k video exposes the impressive resolution of the PhaseOne IQ180: Capra captured the radiant and eclectic beauty of Rio de […]

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Photography Composition Tips: How to Tell a More Compelling Story

Photography Composition Tips: How to Tell a More Compelling Story

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. That means that your photographs should be a great way for you to communicate. The question is, do your photographs communicate the right thousand words to tell your story? Have you ever had the experience of photographing in a wonderful location, feeling eager to rush […]

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Iceland is a Fairytale for Photographers

Iceland is a Fairytale for Photographers

Where will you travel next? Photographers are known for planning their vacations based on the possible photo opportunities. One country that is often overlooked is Iceland. It’s a landscape photographer’s paradise. Check out what we found: Are you convinced that Iceland should be your next destination? Check out Expedition to Iceland for Timelapse Photography for more […]

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