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Instagram Bikerlapse Takes Us Through Melbourne on Two Wheels

Instagram Bikerlapse Takes Us Through Melbourne on Two Wheels

Cell phones may never quite equal DSLRs in form and function, but these days there are some super cool apps that can make shooting with a smartphone well worth the experience. Check out this video by timelapse photographer Nathan Kaso, in which he uses the new Instagram Hyperlapse iPhone app while taking a bike cruise [...]

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The Veterans Portrait Project Honors America’s Heroes

The Veterans Portrait Project Honors America’s Heroes

Some people serve their country by holding a gun—others by holding a camera. Stacy Pearsall began as an Air Force photographer, but then she was wounded in action. She found herself in the hospital together with other vets and began taking their portraits. That’s when she discovered there was more to taking their portraits than [...]

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Tips & Hints to Develop Your Photography Skill

Tips & Hints to Develop Your Photography Skill

Many people are interested in photography but are unsure if they have the skills to become good at it. It is important to keep in mind that it is especially helpful to learn anything and everything possible about setting up your shot. This article will give you a few tips and hints to improve your [...]

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How to Shoot a Starry Night Timelapse

How to Shoot a Starry Night Timelapse

In this video, photographer Corey Rich takes us on a journey to demonstrate how he creates a landscape photograph timelapse sequence. His goal is to capture a landscape photograph featuring a glowing tent against a breathtaking background under a perfect star-lit sky: Rich emphasizes the importance of setting up your gear and composition while you [...]

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This Photographer Found the Most Beautiful Subway Station in the World

This Photographer Found the Most Beautiful Subway Station in the World

With heads down and shuffling feet, most visitors are rushing to their next destination as they weave through the cave-like architecture of the Stockholm subway system. Alexander Dragunov, however, has focused his career on capturing what he believes to be the most beautiful subway station he has ever seen: Dragunov takes pictures of the subway [...]

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4 Books Every Street Photographer Should Read

4 Books Every Street Photographer Should Read

Street photography can be intimidating for anyone. Even seasoned street photographer Eric Kim acknowledges the challenge. In this video, he pours his heart out on how he started out as a street photographer, how he idolized masters like Henri Cartier-Bresson, and how his myth of the “decisive moment” was finally broken when he learned the [...]

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Stop Making These 5 Common Photography Mistakes

Stop Making These 5 Common Photography Mistakes

It never ceases to amaze me the number of fuzzy, low resolution, badly exposed and poorly composed photographs that people take. Whether they’ve all been brainwashed to click that button as fast as possible or are just finding the reality that few subjects sit still, too many people forget that the camera is a tool [...]

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Proof That It’s the Photographer—Not the Camera—That Makes Great Photos

Proof That It’s the Photographer—Not the Camera—That Makes Great Photos

What does a pro photographer need to make beautiful images? Great camera gear, expensive accessories, and maybe a spectacular location, right? Actually, that couldn’t be any more wrong. They simply need ample creativity, oodles of patience, and the cheapest camera that they can get their hands on: This edition of DigitalRev’s Cheap Camera Challenge saw [...]

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How to Take Western-Style Panoramic Portraits With a Beauty Dish

How to Take Western-Style Panoramic Portraits With a Beauty Dish

Although wide-angle lenses are ideal in many portrait situations, they may create undesirable distortion around edges of the frame. Why not experiment with other types of cameras and other formats, such as traditional film? Photographer Joe McNally explains how he used an old panoramic camera and beauty dish to push the boundaries with portraiture: Panoramic [...]

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Landscape Photography at Night: The Essential Guide

Landscape Photography at Night: The Essential Guide

Landscape photography at night can be be difficult to capture, but it holds the potential to reveal images way beyond what can be seen by the human eye. This in-depth eBook is the product of three intensive years shooting & refining techniques while traveling to locations all over the world. This was one of our most popular deals early [...]

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