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Low Light Wedding Photography Tips

Low Light Wedding Photography Tips

There is nothing nicer than using a high quality prime lens and shooting wide open, it can be quite liberating especially when coupled with a full frame camera. It gives you the ability to almost see in the dark. Small changes in light can be used to create dramatic images and the shallow depth of […]

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Adventure is Calling II: Travel Photographer’s Encore Timelapse is Stunning

Adventure is Calling II: Travel Photographer’s Encore Timelapse is Stunning

About a year ago, photographer Shane Black and two of his friends left behind their comfortable work routine and embarked on a journey that produced a mesmerizing timelapse. It was a product of visiting 32 states and 13 national parks on an epic 13,000 mile drive. This year, they decided to do an encore. Over […]

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38 Amazing Aerial Drone Photos from Around the World

38 Amazing Aerial Drone Photos from Around the World

It wasn’t too long ago that drones came on the scene and photographers were taking advantage of the new technology to capture amazing, unique aerial perspectives. But those days are long gone with laws spanning the globe that ban the high flying spies. When used by honest, good-hearted photographers however, the drone cameras were a […]

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Off-Camera Flash Tips for Interior Wedding Photography

Off-Camera Flash Tips for Interior Wedding Photography

If you’re doing any kind of interior shots for a wedding, you have to know how to use off-camera flash. It’s the best way (and sometimes the only way) to properly light your scene and create high-quality images that your clients will love. In this video, Damien Lovegrove briefly shows how to use an off-camera […]

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New: Portrait Lighting on Location at 50% Off

New: Portrait Lighting on Location at 50% Off

Do you ever feel like taking portraits is a roll of the dice? Sometimes the pictures work out great, but other times you end up with washed out faces or harsh shadows. It’s both frustrating and disappointing. This complete photography course aims to cover everything you need to know to get consistent, quality results while […]

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5 Good Reasons to Use Flash

5 Good Reasons to Use Flash

Most people think of flash as a tool to create dramatic portraits, and while that’s true, it’s definitely not the only way flash should be used. Actually, using flash can give you the control to create a number of different lighting effects; it just depends on the type of look you’re going for. Control of […]

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10 Tips for Shooting Photography and Video in a Factory

10 Tips for Shooting Photography and Video in a Factory

Being able to shoot a wide variety of locations is important for having a diverse portfolio and even a factory making hard cases may request a shoot for business materials. If you’re prepared before you go in you’re more likely to come out with a higher quality product. In this video, Jay P. Morgan gives […]

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6 Tips for Controlling Depth of Field

6 Tips for Controlling Depth of Field

Depth of field (DOF) is one of the most important factors in determining the look and feel of a photograph. It’s also the most overlooked for photographers moving from a point-and-shoot camera to a DSLR camera. With a DSLR, you have a huge amount of control over depth of field, and you should know how […]

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Light Painting Photography with Skateboards & Sparklers

Light Painting Photography with Skateboards & Sparklers

Lighting painting certainly seems to be the trend lately, and photographer Dave Lehl couldn’t resist from trying it out himself. But instead of waving flashlights and glowsticks around, Lehl decided to grab a bunch of sparklers, tape them to some skateboards, and watch his friends do their crazy tricks as he photographs the whole thing: […]

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How To Photograph Strangers

How To Photograph Strangers

Approaching strangers on the street and asking them if you can photograph them for your portfolio can be very intimidating for most photographers. Jimmy Hickey, however, almost has the task down to a science and he’s here to share some of his experience with us in the form of a whole slew of helpful hints. Check out […]

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