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The Secret to Photography Success? Wake Up Early

The Secret to Photography Success? Wake Up Early

Lacking inspiration for some landscape photos? Well, if you take the advice Janez Tolar offers you, you’ll be in for some great shots: Tolar chases sunrises while others still sleep and dream. At the earliest hours, he’s already out there hunting for images. And he thinks you should do that, too. Landscape photography is best […]

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A Quick Tip for Healing and Cloning in Photoshop

A Quick Tip for Healing and Cloning in Photoshop

Are you having trouble retracing your editing steps when it comes to healing and cloning in Photoshop? Pye from SLR Lounge shares a quick tip that will help you improve your workflow: When most of us get into Photoshop the first he we do is hit Ctrl + J or Cmd + J on our […]

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How to Use a Neutral Density Filter for Portraits

How to Use a Neutral Density Filter for Portraits

When you combine strobes with ambient light on a sunny day, you’re likely to run into problems with achieving a shallow depth of field. In the following video, Zach Gray explains how to solve this problem using a neutral density filter: “Problem: Using high-powered strobes can force you to use an undesirable f-stop, inhibiting your […]

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The World’s Largest Animated Painting Had to Be Photographed by Satellite

The World’s Largest Animated Painting Had to Be Photographed by Satellite

The world loves its animated GIFs. Some are funny, some are very creative and artistic. And there are people out there in GIF creation land that adore pushing the envelope. People like INSA, who love creating animated GIFs that are far from ordinary: INSA creates animated GIFs by painting graffiti for each frame. He then […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Photographer Gets Punched by a Gorilla

Interesting Photo of the Day: Photographer Gets Punched by a Gorilla

Wildlife photographers often put themselves in dangerous situations just to get the right shot. Some go one step further and risk injury for that epic snap. It takes a great amount of dedication and bravery, for instance, to stand in front of a gorilla weighing nearly 430 pounds (190 kilograms) in order to take a […]

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How to Use Backlighting for Portraits

How to Use Backlighting for Portraits

Most photographers start shooting with the sun behind them. After all, it’s what many beginning photography books suggest. But, that’s really missing out on a great part of portraiture—backlight. In this video, Mike Browne offers pointers for getting beautiful backlit portraits: When the sun is behind your subject it casts a rim light over them, […]

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A Stunning Photo Shoot in Fairy Caves and a Real Life Disney Library

A Stunning Photo Shoot in Fairy Caves and a Real Life Disney Library

Beauty and the Beast fans, you’ll be impressed by this one. Benjamin Von Wong is well known for taking portraiture to a whole different level—and for his extravagant style. It isn’t surprising to find out that he’s a fan of Disney movies. He was quite excited for this shoot: The epic photo shoot was born […]

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Check Out the Shocking Miss Universe Selfie That Caused a Scandal

Check Out the Shocking Miss Universe Selfie That Caused a Scandal

Selfies are a part of our everyday lives. They were also present at Miss Universe Pageant, and one has stirred up quite the controversy, as Jon Stewart explains: What exactly is this selfie that’s “causing a stir” all about? Well, take a look for yourself: If you’re confused, don’t worry. So are we. The “shocking” […]

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Use Spot Metering for Perfect Exposure on the First Try

Use Spot Metering for Perfect Exposure on the First Try

Ever wondered why your shots are over or under-exposed even though you have set the proper settings for the light meter readings? Pye from SLR Lounge has the answer: Over and under exposure tends to be the result of the meter taking readings from the wrong things. If you set your camera to spot metering, […]

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Pixel Trade Photography Project: Living Without Money for 2 Years

Pixel Trade Photography Project: Living Without Money for 2 Years

“I am travelling to all seven continents of the globe trading my services as a photographer for life’s basic necessities. No currency, no contracts, only my camera and an eager smile.” These are the words of photographer Shantanu Starick, who shares his experience with living the Pixel Trade project in this fascinating presentation: Starick is […]

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