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Tips for Taking Gorgeous Wedding Glamour Shots

Tips for Taking Gorgeous Wedding Glamour Shots

One of the most important tasks as a wedding photographer is capturing that gorgeous glamour shot of the bride. She has spent countless months preparing for this day and thousands of dollars on her dress, shoes, hair, and makeup; it is the photographer’s job to make sure she looks as beautiful as possible. Robert Harrington […]

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This Photographer Found the Most Beautiful Subway Station in the World

This Photographer Found the Most Beautiful Subway Station in the World

With heads down and shuffling feet, most visitors are rushing to their next destination as they weave through the cave-like architecture of the Stockholm subway system. Alexander Dragunov, however, has focused his career on capturing what he believes to be the most beautiful subway station he has ever seen: Dragunov takes pictures of the subway […]

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Colorful Timelapse Photography of the Northern Lights Seen in Alaska

Colorful Timelapse Photography of the Northern Lights Seen in Alaska

Alexis Coram’s first timelapse film captures the Northern Lights she saw on her trip to Alaska in February 2014. She described them as a representation of the light within her soul, which she captured using her Nikon D800 and Nikon D610 with a Nikon 14-18mm lens and a Sigma 15mm fisheye lens: While Coram’s camera […]

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Timelapse of a Digital Space Mission to Jupiter

Timelapse of a Digital Space Mission to Jupiter

In 1979, NASA’s Voyager 1 probe presented a spectacular photo series of Jupiter during its final approach. The photos revealed the intricate movement of Jupiter’s cloudbelts for the first time. In 2013, almost exactly 35 years later, seven of Sweden’s amateur astronomers, led by Peter Rosén, attempted to replicate the historical NASA footage using their […]

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20 Unbelievable Portraits of People with Real Animals

20 Unbelievable Portraits of People with Real Animals

Have you ever dreamed of using real animals in your images? Katerina Plotnikova is a photographer from Moscow who is famous for her surrealistic portraits that incorporate a variety of animals. She pushes the limits of possibility to create these unique combinations of both reality and surrealism: However, the twist is that none of Plotnikova’s images […]

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Use Photoshop to Replicate the Look and Feel of Any Photo

Use Photoshop to Replicate the Look and Feel of Any Photo

How often do you see a beautifully edited image and wish you could give your own photos a similar look? Ben Secret leads this instructional video that shows you, step-by-step, how to recreate any image’s feel using Photoshop: Secret first analyzes the original image and then uses this to apply it to another image. Here’s […]

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How to Use Photoshop to Remove Tan Lines and Sunburns

How to Use Photoshop to Remove Tan Lines and Sunburns

With summer in full swing, Aaron Nace provides some helpful tips on removing those unwanted tan lines and sunburns from your photos using Photoshop. In the following instructional video, he opts to match the burnt skin to the skin tone of the normal skin and then adjust all of the skin to the preferred tone: […]

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What Does a Famous Photographer Do All Day?

What Does a Famous Photographer Do All Day?

Albert Watson  picked up his father’s Voigtländer when he was twelve years old and has since known that photography is what he wants to do. Though famous for photographing supermodels and celebrities for magazines, such as Vogue and Rolling Stone, Watson never settled for one genre of photography. Now 71 years old, Watson shares a […]

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Daring Photographer Shares How He Captures the Right Moments

Daring Photographer Shares How He Captures the Right Moments

A photographer can easily set up and compose a picture before it is even shot; however, it is a different talent to capture a photograph in a split second, with no planning beforehand. Carsten Peter, a regular photographer for National Geographic and a World Press Photo Award winner, speaks of his experiences in capturing the […]

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Should You Use a Teleconverter?

Should You Use a Teleconverter?

We’ve all been there. You see the perfect photo out in the distance, but it’s just too far to capture with the lens that you brought. This is where a teleconverter comes into play. A teleconverter can take your lens and allow it to reach that extra distance for that special photo. In this video, […]

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