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The Quest for Photography Inspiration

The Quest for Photography Inspiration

This thrilling video comes in anticipation of  the upcoming documentary, “La Quête d’Inspiration” (“The Quest for Inspiration”), a film about photographer Alexandre Deschaumes by filmmaker Mathieu Le Lay (Includes  Subtitles). The epic, sprawling look of this film was made possible with the Canon 5Ds Mark II and III: Through heart-stopping panoramas in The Alps, Iceland, […]

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On Camera Flash Photography Tips

On Camera Flash Photography Tips

Final reminder: only 1 day left in the deal on Understanding Flash Photography at 66% Off If you already own a DSLR camera, you’re halfway to capturing some beautiful images. However, having a camera alone isn’t going to make you an excellent photographer. Knowing how to use the camera, on the other hand, will. In […]

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Cross Process Film Photography Tips & Techniques

Cross Process Film Photography Tips & Techniques

With the ease, affordability, and ever-increasing clarity made possible by the development of digital photography, many people believe that film, in all its formats, has gone the way of the dodo. If you look closely, though, you’ll see that it’s gone more the way of the vinyl record – not as cheap, not as easy, […]

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Experimenting with Product Photography

Experimenting with Product Photography

Every genre of photography comes with its own set of challenges. But perhaps one of the most difficult genres is product photography. In product photography, every little detail matters. Every highlight, shadow, reflection, color, texture, everything. Hours and hours can be spent perfecting a product shot, and even more hours can be put in editing […]

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How to Make HDR Images

How to Make HDR Images

Picture this: you’re walking outside with your camera when you see this absolutely beautiful scene. You are thinking about how nice this picture will look on your wall and how you just have to photograph this. There’s only one thing standing in your way: the scene has a lot of contrast, and there isn’t a […]

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Using Complementary Colors to Make Your Photos Pop

Using Complementary Colors to Make Your Photos Pop

Opposites attract. That’s what they say. Typically this saying refers to people. The quiet shy girl likes the talkative outgoing boy, the short man has a crush on the tall woman, and the scientist is married to the preacher. This saying can also be applied to photography, but rather than the opposites attracting each other, […]

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Photography in Space: Challenges & Techniques by Astronaut Don Pettit

Photography in Space: Challenges & Techniques by Astronaut Don Pettit

Space is a frontier, and a difficult one to capture. Dr. Donald Pettit, a NASA astronaut and photographer who we wrote about a while back, takes us through the exhilarating experience of documenting outer space, and why photography is the perfect medium to do it with: Dr. Pettit describes in great detail the technology, equipment, […]

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How to Photograph Fireworks eBook Deal Until July 4th

How to Photograph Fireworks eBook Deal Until July 4th

With 4th of July Independence Day celebrations quickly approaching, we have been receiving requests for more training on how to photograph fireworks. Fireworks photography is indeed one of the most daunting types of photography. This popular eBook explains the process from start to finish, everything from gear and camera settings to composition and post-processing to achieve […]

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Tips for Better Long Exposure Photography

Tips for Better Long Exposure Photography

If you’ve dabbled with long exposures but still aren’t getting the results you’re after, you might just need a few tweaks in your process. In this video, photographer Deborah Sandidge talks extensively about long exposure creativity and the use of various tools in order to shoot great quality images in low light. In this video […]

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How to Protect Your Photography Equipment During Industrial Shoots

How to Protect Your Photography Equipment During Industrial Shoots

Most of the time, when we research how to take pictures in a particular scenario, what we care about is getting the best results possible. That’s only natural, right? Well, there are certain circumstances where the most important thing isn’t taking care of the picture, but rather the equipment; you can always take more pictures […]

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