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A Quick Guide to Getting the Right Exposure

A Quick Guide to Getting the Right Exposure

How many times have you struggled with getting the proper exposure? Your camera has built in features to help you out, but you have to learn how to use them before they’re of any use. Arthur Morris provides a great tutorial for using your camera’s features to master exposure: Metering Mode First and foremost, Morris […]

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A Speedlight Primer for Photographers

A Speedlight Primer for Photographers

You don’t need a huge studio lighting setup to get professional results. Joseph W. Carey proves that all you need is a speed light to get started with flash. Watch his in-depth presentation to see how you can shoot big with a small flash: Carey considers himself to be an available light shooter, and he […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Space Shuttle Transport Over LA

Interesting Photo of the Day: Space Shuttle Transport Over LA

If you’re mesmerized by space travel and the exploration of space, you’re in for a treat with this photo: On September 6, 2012, Stephen Confer captured this image of the Space Shuttle Endeavour riding piggyback on a 747, accompanied by two other jets which look like bodyguards. Sadly, this was probably the last flight the shuttle […]

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Large Format Photography Project Focuses on Girlhood

Large Format Photography Project Focuses on Girlhood

Sometimes it takes time to see what your images mean in the grand scheme of things. Discovering that theme can lead to powerful stories that can inspire others. Photographer Angela Strassheim‘s latest exhibit, Project Atrium, illustrates the transition from a child to adult. All that from a female point of view: Strassheim uses a 4×5 […]

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Billion Dollar Airbus Photo Shoot: How It Was Made

Billion Dollar Airbus Photo Shoot: How It Was Made

You don’t often get to witness the making of one of the most expensive photo shoots ever: On September 29, 2014, Airbus organized an intricate flying formation of five huge A350-XWB jetliners in celebration of the new aircraft’s certification. The event was documented by Master Films, and photographed by S. Ramadier. (Via PetaPixel) In the […]

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Ignition Sequences: Steel Wool Light Painting in Reverse

Ignition Sequences: Steel Wool Light Painting in Reverse

Most of us hanging around picture-sharing websites have seen light painting done with steel wool. It’s looks cool, but it’s become a bit commonplace. However, Richard Johnston took it to a whole new level: Johnston shot the video of a woman “light painting” with fine steel wool in the forest for a company that provides […]

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Photographer Captures the ISS Passing in Front of the Moon

Photographer Captures the ISS Passing in Front of the Moon

The International Space Station moves incredibly fast in orbit around the Earth. In fact, its average speed is 17,150 miles per hour (27,600 km/h). To put that in perspective, the average bullet speed is 1,700 miles per hour. That’s 10 times faster than an average bullet. And, yet, photographer Gadi Eidelheit managed to capture the […]

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How to Pose and Photograph Newborn Babies

How to Pose and Photograph Newborn Babies

If you’ve ever been curious about how photographers manage to create such perfect images of sleeping babies, this is for you. Stephanie Cotta created this video and several others as part of a series for posing and working with newborns: During this session, Cotta photographed a few different poses and let us see her process […]

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This is the Biggest Picture Ever Taken of the Andromeda Galaxy

This is the Biggest Picture Ever Taken of the Andromeda Galaxy

On January 5, 2015, ESA/NASA released the sharpest image of the Andromeda Galaxy ever made. Taken with the Hubble telescope, the image is 1.5 billion pixels in size. That’s 4.3 GB of space on your hard drive (or one DVD) just for one image. Of course, the Hubble telescope doesn’t have a sensor with that […]

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These Incredible Photos of Snowflakes Were Made With a Smartphone

These Incredible Photos of Snowflakes Were Made With a Smartphone

Macro photography can seem complicated and gear intensive to the uninitiated. But, believe it or not, photographer Chris Calvert captured all of these macro photos of snowflakes with his smartphone: The recipe is simple: snow, a piece of glass, a smartphone, a smartphone macro lens, light, and patience. Of course, it takes some practice and […]

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