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5 Pro Photographers Share Their Secrets to Success

5 Pro Photographers Share Their Secrets to Success

Growing up as a photographer there’s really no dearth of advice from peers, friends, families, clients, passers-by and anybody else who thinks he’s got an eye for photography. Photography being a visual art, anybody who is anybody thinks he’s got a great piece of advice to share. But, the only piece of advice that really [...]

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9 Must-Have Tips for Shooting Intimate Landscapes

9 Must-Have Tips for Shooting Intimate Landscapes

Want to know the secrets to taking your best photos ever, right outside your own doorstep? Get nine pro tips for shooting amazing intimate landscapes. Plus, see here for your chance to take professional photographer Rob Sheppard’s online Craftsy class, Shooting Intimate Landscapes (a $59.99 value), and learn how to use composition and lighting to [...]

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Fascinating 8 Year Stop Motion Selfie Project

Fascinating 8 Year Stop Motion Selfie Project

These days everybody is bitten by the selfie bug. If you’re on the lookout for interesting ways to document your own changes over time, this video might just be the inspiration that you’ve been waiting for: This YouTuber, who goes by the pseudonym ‘Dumo’ was, inspired by another YouTuber, but that doesn’t make his video [...]

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Wedding Photography Shot List

Wedding Photography Shot List

For many people, photography is one of the most important elements for any wedding. The bride and groom will generally be so busy during the wedding day, that you want to be able to look back and re-live the moments at a later stage, as well as share these moments with friends and family. For [...]

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The Secrets of Timelapse Photography Unearthed

The Secrets of Timelapse Photography Unearthed

What do videos of flight patterns, a burning forest fire, the rebuilding after hurricane Katrina, a cross-country road trip, and the unfolding of a crocus have in common? Aside from being mesmerizingly surreal, they’ve all been subjects of timelapse photography. Timelapse photography has become super-popular these days and ever more creative as it becomes more [...]

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How to Take Pictures of Things Shattering

How to Take Pictures of Things Shattering

The DigitalRev team’s unorthodox and often bizarre attempts at making images could well be termed as innovative. But they are in no way boring. This time the team decided to capture images of stuff shattering and/or blowing up, and they did it using some cheap camera gear. How cheap? Let’s find out: Just because humans [...]

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This Finnish Nature Timelapse Reminds Us to Look for Beauty Wherever We Are

This Finnish Nature Timelapse Reminds Us to Look for Beauty Wherever We Are

Do you think your hometown is too boring to photograph? Have you ever hoped for something to “happen” just for the sake of getting a few interesting shots? In the video below, Leo Brinkman of Heinola, Finland proves that even the dullest of hometowns can be transformed into a works of art through the use [...]

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How to Take Great Photos at Night

How to Take Great Photos at Night

Quick Reminder: Only a little while left! in the deal on: The Night Landscape Photography eBook Have you ever tried to take a photo at night, outside, and it came out terribly? Perhaps you were on vacation and saw a postcard of cars whizzing by the Eiffel Tower, streams of light from the headlights in [...]

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How to Turn a Bad Photo into a Great Photo

How to Turn a Bad Photo into a Great Photo

Glyn Dewis has an innovative tutorial for your underexposed, throwaway images. Especially on days where you can’t get out to shoot, retouching some of those photos you never thought to use can be a great way to expand your portfolio and skillset: Lightroom Workflow Dewis starts his endeavor in Lightroom in order to fix the [...]

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The Diversity and Beauty of Sacramento Captured in a Timelapse

The Diversity and Beauty of Sacramento Captured in a Timelapse

With so many amazingly beautiful natural spaces and vibrant, unique cities in California, Sacramento often goes under the radar. But one photographer, a new Sacramento resident, saw the little city’s potential and captured it in a way that really applauds the city. Freelance destination multimedia specialist Justin Majeczky reveals the hidden beauty and vibe of Sacramento with this [...]

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