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30 Photoshop Tools That Every Photographer Should Know

30 Photoshop Tools That Every Photographer Should Know

Becoming a successful photographer takes more than capturing a great shot. You also need to be able to edit your photography to fit the requested specifications from your client. To help understand a little bit more about this amazing software editing program, photographer Nathaniel Dodson created this helpful step-by-step tutorial on 30 of the most […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Down the Towline

Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Down the Towline

Out at sea, in the forest, at work, or on top of a building; there are a wide variety of places photographers shoot their photography. Working in various locations (sometimes alone), it is important to keep your safety in mind. Take this amazing image by DarknStormies: While this photo is undoubtedly a great shot, it also […]

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Using a Sphere to Learn the Laws of Light for Photography

Using a Sphere to Learn the Laws of Light for Photography

This helpful tutorial is part one in an educational series on The Slanted Lens about the laws of light. Photographer Jay P. Morgan covers a variety of photography aspects based on principles taught by Charlie Potts at the Art Center College of Design. Morgan has built upon these lighting laws that he learned 25 years ago […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Horseshoe Bend

Interesting Photo of the Day: Horseshoe Bend

It doesn’t matter who you ask, anyone who has been to Horseshoe Bend understands the area’s natural beauty. Located near Page, Arizona, Horseshoe Bend is part of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. It’s one of those places that will have an impact on you when you see it in person no matter how many pictures you’ve seen: […]

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Top 3 Props Portrait Photographers Should Have

Top 3 Props Portrait Photographers Should Have

Whether you’re shooting in a studio or on location, portrait photography has the ability to become very repetitive. One of the most common ways to help liven up your photography is to use props. Props are fantastic for a variety of reasons. They’re fun, they can give your model something to interact with, or even […]

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How to Survive in the Wilderness with Only Your Camera Gear

How to Survive in the Wilderness with Only Your Camera Gear

After an argument, Chris Niccolls gets stranded in the woods. While it’s obvious from the video that Niccolls isn’t actually lost, it’s a very plausible situation. Getting lost in the wilderness is nothing to take lightly, and Niccolls shows how you can help increase your chances of surviving using only the items brought for a photo shoot: […]

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How to Find the Working Distance of Any Lens for Custom Camera Mounting

How to Find the Working Distance of Any Lens for Custom Camera Mounting

Over the years, cameras have slowly evolved into what we use today. However, just because you’ve changed cameras doesn’t mean you have to throw out all of your old lenses. Freelance photographer Mathieu Stern has turned this challenge into a career. From the modern day lenses to old large format lenses, Stern has figured out […]

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Full Frame vs. Crop Sensor for Portraits

Full Frame vs. Crop Sensor for Portraits

Whether you’re deciding on what to get for your first portrait camera or thinking about an upgrade, a common question emerges: Should I get a full frame camera or a crop sensor camera? Being faced with the technical explanations of these features can lead to more confusion. To help provide a better understanding of these two different styles of […]

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Miniature Macro Photography Project Setup: The Wardrobe

Miniature Macro Photography Project Setup: The Wardrobe

Whether you’re looking for deep and insightful or light and surreal, the internet is filled with creative talent, which can make it a little difficult to stand out among the crowd—especially in the photography industry. Despite the odds, commercial photographer and graphic designer Felix Hernandez has taken the world by storm with his amazing miniaturized […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Falcon 9 Rocket on Drone Ship

Interesting Photo of the Day: Falcon 9 Rocket on Drone Ship

SpaceX is working hard to help further space exploration. The company has been working with the 2-stage Falcon 9 rocket in a series of missions (such as launching commercial satellites). The Falcon 9 was created and designed with both reliability and transport safety in mind. Using experimental landings and various mission objectives, the company hopes […]

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