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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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Interesting Photo of the Day: Delta IV Rocket Launch

Interesting Photo of the Day: Delta IV Rocket Launch

When thinking about aerospace photography, rarely do teenagers come to mind. But freelance photographer John Kraus has begun to change all that. At 16 years of age, Kraus has become one of the youngest spaceflight journalists in the country. Living just 30 minutes from the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral, Kraus grew up watching launches […]

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How to Make a Cheap DIY Product Photography Booth

How to Make a Cheap DIY Product Photography Booth

Creating stellar product photography has nothing to with how much money you can spend. Often times, things don’t go perfectly, so you have to be resourceful and be able to figure out how to capture the images you’re looking for. To help aid his fellow photographers in taking great product photography, Chicago based photographer Caleb […]

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DIY Rustic Food Photography Backdrop

DIY Rustic Food Photography Backdrop

When working in food photography, there is one crucial element that can make or break your photo: the backdrop. This key ingredient can enhance a certain appeal or provide the perfect contrast from your formal dishes. In this insightful tutorial, Utah based food photographer Brooke Lark shows a fun and simple way to create a […]

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Location Portrait Lighting Techniques with Flash & Ambient

Location Portrait Lighting Techniques with Flash & Ambient

An overcast sky is often considered the best kind of lighting for portraits. Not only does it provide a soft and even light source, but it allows you the ability to set your camera settings and fire away. To understand a little more about the pros and cons of ambient light versus flash in portrait […]

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Wedding Photographer’s Point of View

Wedding Photographer’s Point of View

Wedding photography is both emotional and powerful, and the images produced provide a constant reminder of one of the most important events in our lives. When taking photos, it’s rarely a “what you see is what you get” kind of moment. It’s important that the photographer knows exactly what he or she is doing. To further illustrate […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Perfect Autumn Day

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Perfect Autumn Day

With its wide range of colors and scenery capabilities, autumn provides an abundance of breathtaking photo opportunities at every turn. From the hints of gold and yellow, to the splashes of orange and red, fall is the perfect time of year to capture photos for professional and amateur photographers alike. Everywhere you turn, a new and […]

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