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Professional Beverage Photography Tips

Professional Beverage Photography Tips

Professional still photography is all about precision. Precision in lighting, angle, look, feel, composition, etc. Rob Grimm, a commercial photographer with over 20 years of experience, talks about his latest shoot for Boulevard Brewing company. Grimm shares a few tricks of the trade including light setups and ways to make the beer look better: Grimm […]

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20 Helpful Items for Landscape Photography

20 Helpful Items for Landscape Photography

There are a lot of landscape photography tutorials floating around the internet that, other than stating the obvious, don’t offer much in the way of useful tips. That’s partially what makes Kai’s tutorials so wonderful, he dishes out real world advice that most people forget about because they are too busy blogging about not forgetting […]

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What Makes for a Good SLR Lens?

What Makes for a Good SLR Lens?

I went to visit an old friend yesterday who was my main inspiration to get into photography. It seems that he has been taking beautiful photos forever forever and went on to show me his newest gift – a brand new Canon lens – Ultra-Wide 16-35mm f/2.8. I went on to try it and realize […]

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Equipment for Nightclub Photography

Equipment for Nightclub Photography

You don’t need fancy, high-end, expensive equipment for nightclub photography. Any decent prosumer level DSLR kit and a flashgun that’s fully compatible with the camera body and supports i-TTL (Nikon) or E-TTL (Canon) modes will do. Since all the photographs will most likely be resized for use on the web, megapixels also don’t matter. Even […]

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This Photographer Wants to End Discrimination Against Photography in Public Places

This Photographer Wants to End Discrimination Against Photography in Public Places

One type of photography I would love to try is street photography. I love capturing random moments from people on the street; I think it’s one of the most honest types of photography there is. However, it’s rare that I have the courage to approach somebody for a picture or snap one of strangers down […]

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Try These Visual Special Effects for Eye-Catching Photography

Try These Visual Special Effects for Eye-Catching Photography

Quick reminder: launch sale started on the Landscapes, Cityscapes & Photography Tricks eBook Although most all photographers are concerned with creating realistic images that copy everything as an accurate representation of a subject, in view of the fact that we are so familiar with these types of photos, when a photographer or graphic designer uses a […]

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Would You Let a Drone Be Your Wedding Photographer?

Would You Let a Drone Be Your Wedding Photographer?

Drones are fast becoming a part of our lives. Drones for product delivery, traffic management, and now drones as wedding photographers! Yeah, you read it right. And if we are to believe the pictures below, couples are digging it: A drone as a wedding photographer gives kind of a cool feeling to the whole event. […]

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How to Create “Burning Man” Photos

How to Create “Burning Man” Photos

There are a ton of benefits to being a photographer nowadays—from the high-end camera gear that’s available to us to the practically infinite amount of knowledge being passed around between people sharing the same profession or hobby. What got me to thinking about this was the following video detailing how to create stunning shots in […]

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The Top 3 Basic Portrait Photography Settings

The Top 3 Basic Portrait Photography Settings

Portrait photography isn’t that difficult, but there is a tried-and-true methodology that you can use to produce great portraits — as opposed to just making happy snaps. One of the main differences between a happy snapper and a professional, besides the number of years of experience and accumulated skills, is that the professional takes control of the […]

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How to Use a Manual Lens

How to Use a Manual Lens

Manual lenses are becoming more popular as adapters make it easier to use whatever lens you like. But surprisingly, they also have the added benefit of making you a much stealthier photographer. Mark Wallace gives us a tutorial on how to set up your manual lens and throws in some practical tips for when and […]

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