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How to Modify a One Light Portrait Setup to Get the Look You Want

How to Modify a One Light Portrait Setup to Get the Look You Want

There are millions of ways to light a portrait, ranging from Rembrandt style to incredibly complex setups that involve multiple lights, reflectors, and gels. Joel Grimes shows a pretty simple one light setup and how you can adjust the light to get the results you want in the following video: For this set of portraits, […]

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The Challenges and Dangers of Being a National Geographic Photographer

The Challenges and Dangers of Being a National Geographic Photographer

Tomás Munita is a photographer for National Geographic. As part of his job, he gets to experience many different cultures in many different scenarios. One of those is Chile. For this assignment he went on a wild bull hunt with a group of gauchos in Patagonia: As you can see in the video, working for […]

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How to Easily Fix “Pet Eye” In Photoshop

How to Easily Fix “Pet Eye” In Photoshop

When using camera flash while photographing your pets, you’ve probably noticed that their eyes get color casts akin to red eye in humans. If you try to fix this in post-production the same way as you would fix human red eye, Photoshop will just desaturate and darken the area. The eyes will look washed out […]

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This Photographer’s Parody of Taylor Swift’s Blank Space is Spot On

This Photographer’s Parody of Taylor Swift’s Blank Space is Spot On

Sometimes a parody isn’t that much of a parody. Yes, Dabe Shores sings a completely different and amusing iteration of Taylor Swift’s Blank Space, but Shores’ version really does get at the the pros and cons of being a photographer: Shores’ lyrics recount the harsh truths of being a photographer. Long hours, hectic schedules and […]

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Try This Easy In Camera Fix for Bright Ears

Try This Easy In Camera Fix for Bright Ears

When you use powerful lights behind a model’s head, several issues arise. One of those issues is that light passes through the subject’s earlobes. Luckily, there is a quick fix for that, and you don’t even need Photoshop to do it. It’s easy; all you need is some gaffer’s tape. And as Glyn Dewis says, […]

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What’s Your Lens’s Sweet Spot?

What’s Your Lens’s Sweet Spot?

As you probably know by now, no lens is perfect. The key to making the most out of the lenses you have is to find their sweet spots. Joel Grimes explains what that means in this video: Every lens suffers from optical imperfections. Not imperfections like damage or mechanical defects, but imperfections caused by aberration […]

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How to Combine Flash With Ambient Light for Cool Bokeh Shots

How to Combine Flash With Ambient Light for Cool Bokeh Shots

Bokeh almost always looks awesome in portraiture. Photographer Jay P. Morgan shows us how to combine an awesome Christmas light setup with flash to create some festive portraiture: As you can see from the video, this type of shot requires some planning. First of all, you need to find the proper exposure for the ambient […]

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Bored at Work? Recreate Famous Paintings With Stuff in the Office

Bored at Work? Recreate Famous Paintings With Stuff in the Office

There are always times when you’re bored at work. Most of us just waste time while we wait for the minutes to pass. Others, however, get extremely creative and resourceful. Two employees at Squarespace in NYC decided to recreate famous paintings using just things found around their office, and (what looks like) their smartphone cameras: […]

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5 Reasons Your Pictures Are Blurry

5 Reasons Your Pictures Are Blurry

We’ve all been disappointed and frustrated by blurry photos. But what exactly causes the blur? And how can you keep it from happening? Tony and Chelsea Northrup have taken the most common mistakes that cause blurry photos and squeezed them into a very helpful video: 1. Camera shake Motion blur occurs when your shutter speed […]

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Photo Shoot Gone Wrong: Bride Thrown Off of a Horse

Photo Shoot Gone Wrong: Bride Thrown Off of a Horse

One thing that you should always keep in mind when you plan a photo shoot—whether as a client or a photographer—is safety first. Apparently, somebody overlooked that little detail during this bridal shoot at Myrtle Beach: Jarrett Hucks‘s enthusiastic client thought she had a fun idea when some horses happened upon the shoot location. Luckily, […]

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