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4 Tips for Helping People Relax in Front of the Camera

4 Tips for Helping People Relax in Front of the Camera

One of the hardest parts of portrait photography is getting your nervous subjects to look natural. Jasmine Star, an international photographer who specializes in wedding photography, has had her share of experiences with uncomfortable clients. In this video, she expands on how she attempts to make her clients comfortable with the camera during her shoots: […]

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How to Turn a Bad Photo into a Great Photo

How to Turn a Bad Photo into a Great Photo

Glyn Dewis has an innovative tutorial for your underexposed, throwaway images. Especially on days where you can’t get out to shoot, retouching some of those photos you never thought to use can be a great way to expand your portfolio and skillset: Lightroom Workflow Dewis starts his endeavor in Lightroom in order to fix the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Killer Underwater Crocodile Shot

Interesting Photo of the Day: Killer Underwater Crocodile Shot

Imagine coming face to face with a crocodile in its natural habitat and then pulling out your camera to take its picture. That’s exactly what Mike Korostelev has set out to do in his career as an underwater photographer: Originally from Moscow, Korostelev traveled to Banco Chinchorro, Mexico in order to fulfill his dream of photographing […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Vase Rock in Taiwan

Interesting Photo of the Day: Vase Rock in Taiwan

Great photographers are those who can find interesting and inspirational subjects right in their own backyard. Amateur photographer Moli Lin captures the unique geological features of Vase Rock on a perfect morning in Liouciou, Taiwan. Lin uses HDR to achieve the most detail and color in the image: Does this photo encourage you to look […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Crystal Clear Swimming

Interesting Photo of the Day: Crystal Clear Swimming

Elena Kalis is an underwater photographer with a special eye for clear and beautiful shots of people in crystal clear water. Living in the Bahamas, Kalis spends a lot of time in the ocean. Her attraction to underwater photography stems from how fluid and dreamlike people look underwater—an effect which is quite difficult to achieve on […]

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How to Make Your Own Wood Prints from Your Photos

How to Make Your Own Wood Prints from Your Photos

Creating unique prints of your photography is an excellent way to not only display your images, but share them with your friends and family, as well. Steve Ramsey, who runs a site for woodworking called Woodworking for Mere Mortals, may not be a photographer, but he made an informative video on how to make do-it-yourself […]

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These Kids’ Priceless Reactions to Old Cameras Will Make You Laugh (Or Cry)

These Kids’ Priceless Reactions to Old Cameras Will Make You Laugh (Or Cry)

Do you ever think about how much technology has progressed even in the past ten years? The Fine Brothers have made dozens of hilarious videos featuring kids’ reactions to old technology. This time, they hand the children an old Canon Sure Shot 85 Zoom camera manufactured in 1998: When young kids ages seven to thirteen […]

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Tips for Perfect Jewelry Catalog Photos

Tips for Perfect Jewelry Catalog Photos

When taking catalog photography, it is essential to be efficient with your time and to be consistent with lighting as well as presentation. Tony Roslund walks us through the process he used to capture amazingly sharp and clear product photos of jewelry using simple techniques and tools: Product Positioning For rings, Roslund hot glues the […]

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Awe-Inspiring Timelapse Shows the Great Migration of 1.5 Million Wildebeest

Awe-Inspiring Timelapse Shows the Great Migration of 1.5 Million Wildebeest

We’ve all seen and heard geese fly south for the winter. But what’s it like to witness larger animals migrate? Lucky for us, wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas recorded an incredible timelapse sequence in Northern Serengeti, Tanzania. Great Migration features thousands of wildebeest crossing the Mara River was a finalist in the new TIMElapse category of the 2014 […]

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How to Photograph Swimwear

How to Photograph Swimwear

When shooting at the beach, there are a lot of elements to keep track of. The wind, the water, and the sun can all have huge effects on a swimwear photoshoot. Michael Grecco has created an instructional video to show how he shoots stunning and smoldering swimwear photos while overcoming these obstacles: Normally, Grecco shoots […]

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