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Interesting Photo of the Day: Cho Gyeong-Chui Observatory with Star Trails

Interesting Photo of the Day: Cho Gyeong-Chui Observatory with Star Trails

Star trail photography requires meticulous planning and staying awake for hours while everyone else is asleep, but the results can be stunning, as seen in this image shared by ill_infatuation: Cho Gyeong-Chui Observatory is located on Gwangdeoksan Mountain in South Korea. It’s named after a famous South Korean astronomer, who interpreted the Apollo 11 moon […]

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Male Photography Model Posing Tips

Male Photography Model Posing Tips

There are plenty of posing guides out there for female models, but what about men? Shooting male models needs a slightly different approach, and in this short video from Mango Street, Rachel Gulotta talks us through the various poses and simple techniques you can apply to your own male model shoots: The model in the […]

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Meet an Award-Winning 13-Year-Old Wildlife Photographer

Meet an Award-Winning 13-Year-Old Wildlife Photographer

They say if you want to be expert at something, you should start very young. That’s certainly true of the subject of 13 year-old Josiah Launstein! The young Canadian began his love affair with photography when he was just five, playing with his dad’s spare camera. At age seven he decided he needed to learn to […]

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Vibrance vs. Saturation in Lightroom

Vibrance vs. Saturation in Lightroom

Just what is the difference between the vibrance and saturation sliders in Lightroom? They both change color, right? They do, but each one does it in a slightly different way. In this video, Lauren Lim from PhotographyConcentrate demonstrates what the vibrance and saturation sliders do and how to get the best out of each one: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Charging Lioness in Namibia

Interesting Photo of the Day: Charging Lioness in Namibia

Wildlife photography requires some serious patience and dedication. As George Turner, the photographer of the image below, says: “It took months of planning, five days of patience, and two seconds to get the shot!” It was worth it, though: Turner, a professional wildlife photographer based in the UK, spent four months last year shooting all […]

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Fighting Through Self-Doubt as an Artist

Fighting Through Self-Doubt as an Artist

Do you ever suffer from creative self-doubt? You’re not alone! Most of us feel our work is inadequate at some point or other, or that we can never be good enough no matter how hard we try. In this enlightening short video, Simon Cade explains his own thoughts and feelings on all the reasons why […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Antarctic Expedition Essentials

Interesting Photo of the Day: Antarctic Expedition Essentials

Have you ever wondered what gear a photographer going on an Antarctic expedition would need to take with them? New Zealander John Bozinov gives us an insight into the gear he’s taking for a three-month trip to Antarctica in this stylistic photograph: Obviously, he’s taking a lot more warm clothing with him than the few […]

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Candlelight Portraits Tutorial

Candlelight Portraits Tutorial

Have you ever tried to photograph a portrait lit only by candles? It sounds great in theory, but if you’ve tried it, you’ll probably know it doesn’t come out that well unless you’re lucky. The long shutter speeds and large apertures needed make it difficult to capture a sharp image of a model, and the […]

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Watch Product Photography Techniques in Studio

Watch Product Photography Techniques in Studio

With multiple light setups and specialized equipment, product photography can seem daunting and complicated. It doesn’t have to be like that, as Dustin Dolby shows us in this useful video: Using a kit lens, a striplight softbox and an ordinary Yongnuo speedlight, Dolby talks us through the process he uses to create a really nice […]

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Taking Apart a Canon 1DX Camera

Taking Apart a Canon 1DX Camera

When Peter McKinnon went out one day to create a vlog with his Canon 1DX Mark II camera, he discovered that the cable for his microphone had snapped due to the rough journey on his ATV. Not only had it snapped, but the entire internal housing on the mic input was cracked and damaged. Canon kindly […]

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