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A Speedlight Primer for Photographers

A Speedlight Primer for Photographers

You don’t need a huge studio lighting setup to get professional results. Joseph W. Carey proves that all you need is a speed light to get started with flash. Watch his in-depth presentation to see how you can shoot big with a small flash: Carey considers himself to be an available light shooter, and he […]

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How to Take Beautiful Portraits in Small Spaces

How to Take Beautiful Portraits in Small Spaces

After your have seen this video, you will no longer complain that you don’t have a professional studio. Miguel Quiles is a portrait and wedding photographer, and to demonstrate that you don’t need more than just a few feet of space to shoot gorgeous images, he sets up a session in a small area right […]

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Large Format Photography Project Focuses on Girlhood

Large Format Photography Project Focuses on Girlhood

Sometimes it takes time to see what your images mean in the grand scheme of things. Discovering that theme can lead to powerful stories that can inspire others. Photographer Angela Strassheim‘s latest exhibit, Project Atrium, illustrates the transition from a child to adult. All that from a female point of view: Strassheim uses a 4×5 […]

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How a Polarizer Filter Works

How a Polarizer Filter Works

A polarizing filter is probably the most useful filter you can use with your camera. It removes polarized light from the image, thus reducing reflections and glare, while at the same time increasing color saturation—especially that of a blue sky. A circular polarizing filter works by rotating an outer ring to vary the amount of […]

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Tips for Creating a Professional Photography Portfolio

Tips for Creating a Professional Photography Portfolio

People love great pictures, and you can make a lot of money if you’re a great photographer. Although, for this to be the case, you need to first create a professional portfolio in order to attract great clients. To help you out, here are some tips on how to create an impressive photography portfolio: Only […]

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Cityscape Photography in New York with Peter Lik

Cityscape Photography in New York with Peter Lik

Chances are you’re probably already familiar with the work of Peter Lik even if you’re not aware that you are. With a little a little help from his camera, the well known photographer has managed to capture some of the worlds most scenic landscapes. On a recent trip to the Big Apple, the Australian native […]

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5 Interior Photography Tips and Techniques

5 Interior Photography Tips and Techniques

Taking attractive photos of interior spaces can be challenging, but it’s a skill that any photographer can develop. Struggling with challenging lighting, dealing with a rapidly changing landscape, and unknowing subjects are part of the fun and difficulty of interior photography. Here are five tips to get started with interiors, all of which you can […]

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My Photography Journey and Some Things I’ve Learned

My Photography Journey and Some Things I’ve Learned

My Early Years as a Photographer I can remember taking my first pictures when I was seven years old. While on a family vacation, my parents bought me a miniature camera for a few dollars. It used tiny little film and took tiny little black and white pictures. I remember taking them but I don’t […]

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Billion Dollar Airbus Photo Shoot: How It Was Made

Billion Dollar Airbus Photo Shoot: How It Was Made

You don’t often get to witness the making of one of the most expensive photo shoots ever: On September 29, 2014, Airbus organized an intricate flying formation of five huge A350-XWB jetliners in celebration of the new aircraft’s certification. The event was documented by Master Films, and photographed by S. Ramadier. (Via PetaPixel) In the […]

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Metering in Photography

Metering in Photography

Many amateur photographers (and even some professionals) rely on the built in through the lens, or TTL, metering systems provided by their cameras. In the digital age, one must pay strict attention to many factors in order to get it right using TTL exposure metering. I want to discuss four factors to consider when using […]

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