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Color Management for Photographers

Color Management for Photographers

Calibration, color space, color profiles, soft proofing. To most of us, they’re some of the least fun aspects of photography. But a little education can go a long way in making your photos looks great whether you’re displaying them on a computer monitor or printing them. In this video Jeff Lazell shares some of the […]

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Low Angle Photography Tips

Low Angle Photography Tips

One of the most popular angles to shoot is from the photographer’s standing point of view. While is fine with landscape and other general purpose photography, it does not create high impact visually arresting images. Most of the professional photographers, who have mastered the art of photography by experimenting and self learning, produce stunning and […]

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Add Mist to Your Photos With One Easy Trick

Add Mist to Your Photos With One Easy Trick

Creating visually stunning effects in your photography doesn’t have to be expensive. If you haven’t got a studio or your own personal smoke machine, don’t sweat it. Photographer Brooke Shaden lets us in on her secret method for adding mist to photos: The trick? A bit of elbow grease and a bottle of baby powder go […]

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8 Tips for Better Dog Photography

8 Tips for Better Dog Photography

Are you ready for your next dog photography shoot? Get eight expert tips that will help you capture the personality and spirit of your furry subject with ease! Plus, learn how to help camera-shy dogs relax, keep hyper pups engaged, expose for light- and dark-colored canines, and so much more, when you join professional pet […]

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Gods of Suburbia Photo Project Portrays Deities in Modern Day Society

Gods of Suburbia Photo Project Portrays Deities in Modern Day Society

If you’ve ever wondered whether the art of photography could motivate folks to examine their own world views (or at the very least, make a big stir), Canadian photographer and pop surrealist Dina Goldstein could probably give you some tips. She’s recently opened her third large-scale photo project, Gods of Suburbia, and it guarantees to […]

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Smoke Photography Tips

Smoke Photography Tips

When you look at smoke photos, you might think that it is impossible to take such shots yourself, but it’s actually not that hard. You just need to be patient since the ratio of good images to bad ones is pretty low. You will need a proper setup to photograph smoke. This form of photography […]

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Stunning Timelapse Showcases the Ethereal Beauty of Norway

Stunning Timelapse Showcases the Ethereal Beauty of Norway

Norway’s fascinating landscape has long been an inspiration for photographers and cinematographers alike. Its unique location, rugged topography—which at times appears Moon-like—deep fjords, breathtaking northern lights, and picturesque cities make Norway a photographers paradise. This stunning 5-minute video by photographer Morten Rustad, called Norway: A Time-Lapse Adventure, aims to showcase everything that’s Norway: Rustad traveled […]

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Touchable Memories: New Technology Lets You Feel a Photograph

Touchable Memories: New Technology Lets You Feel a Photograph

We are the collectors of memories, the keepers of information. As photographers we hold a large and significant job in this world. We create visual recollections of moments, objects, and feelings for ourselves or to pass along to future generations. However, there are those whom photographs have no effect on – the blind. How would they […]

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Want Better Portraits? Become a Master of “Psyphotology”

Want Better Portraits? Become a Master of “Psyphotology”

Do you hate getting your photo taken? When you do, do you look at the image and find a bunch of things you hate—do you see your big nose, double chin, round face? The thing is, you see something in yourself that others don’t. And you need to get past it. You need to find […]

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8 Snappy Beginner Tips for Creating High Quality Digital Images

8 Snappy Beginner Tips for Creating High Quality Digital Images

Digital cameras are capable of producing incredibly high-quality pictures these days. That is only one part of the equation, however. You, the photographer, have to understand not only how to use the camera properly, but also what other factors are involved in creating a beautiful image. If you have ever returned from a day of […]

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