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Interesting Photo of the Day: Raccoon Illusion

Interesting Photo of the Day: Raccoon Illusion

This is one of those shots where your brain has no idea what’s going on. This can be bad or good, depending on the situation: In the case of this photo of raccoons, the confusion turned out pretty fun; you can see a rock floating in the sky behind the little critters. However, that rock […]

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Dark Timelapse Shows How the World Looks to Someone Who is Depressed

Dark Timelapse Shows How the World Looks to Someone Who is Depressed

It is often said that the work of a photographer is a reflection of his state of mind and soul. This time Bruce Wayne (no, not Batman) proves the theory right: Before Wayne shot Into Eternity he witnessed a man taking his own life while Wayne was taking some long exposure shots of the Ben […]

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A Fascinating Look at the Tintype Photography Process

A Fascinating Look at the Tintype Photography Process

Tintype photography predates mainstream film. It was mostly used in the late 1800s. However, Michael Shindler is still doing it. And I must say he is doing it remarkably well: The video shows how the process goes with Jamie Hyneman as a model. It’s pretty much the same as any photo shoot, but instead of […]

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Rare Pictures Portray Steve Jobs in Difficult Times

Rare Pictures Portray Steve Jobs in Difficult Times

For those who aren’t quite up to date with the history of Apple, Steve Jobs left the company in 1985 and for a decade, went through quite difficult times. Doug Menuez had the chance to take some rarely seen photographs of Steve Jobs during that period and shares them here: What is striking about those […]

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Portrait Photographer Test: Can You Spot a Fake Smile?

Portrait Photographer Test: Can You Spot a Fake Smile?

As portrait photographers, it’s our job to capture our subjects’ true emotions, but we all know that can be more easily said than done. This short and sweet video reveals a tiny secret about spotting a fake smile that could help you create better portraits: Did you guess the “real” smiles correctly? If so, you’re […]

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A Comprehensive Guide to Mastering Exposure

A Comprehensive Guide to Mastering Exposure

I’ve explained this so many times over, and every time it’s for the same reason: people dive into technical stuff way too early on and get confused to the point of quitting. It’s hard for somebody who doesn’t do well with electronics to understand sensor sensitivity or how the lens opening affects the depth of […]

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What’s the Fastest Lens Possible?

What’s the Fastest Lens Possible?

We all know that photography is all about the light. But not just the shape of the light, but the amount of it as well. Most of us photographers strive for faster and faster lens, mostly in order to have cleaner images. Faster lens also means more bokeh. And I don’t know a portrait photographer […]

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