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New Stock Photography Collection Aims to Empower Women

New Stock Photography Collection Aims to Empower Women

The stock photo giant Getty Images has teamed up with women’s leadership organization Lean In to create a collection of images depicting strong, empowered women. The collection contains over 2,500 images of women and girls of all ages and walks of life, at work and at play, who are confident, hardworking, and happy: Lean In, an organization […]

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Extreme Athletes Praise Sports Photographers

Extreme Athletes Praise Sports Photographers

Athletes who perform extreme sports like snowboarding, skateboarding, and motocross are often praised for their fearlessness. But what about the photographers and videographers who document those daredevil moments? Red Bull Illume is a competition that focuses on rewarding them for their contributions to sports and photography alike: In this video, renowned athletes of action and […]

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The Unique Beauty of Joshua Tree Captured Through Timelapse Photography

The Unique Beauty of Joshua Tree Captured Through Timelapse Photography

The Joshua tree (Yucca brevifolia) is an iconic species–found only in the southwestern United States–which embodies the beauty of the desert. Sung Jin Ahn‘s award-winning timelapse video pays tribute to the trees, depicting their splendor in a variety of desert scenes: After reading that the Joshua tree may be endangered by climate change, and that […]

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Tips for Photographing Sculptures Using Speedlights

Tips for Photographing Sculptures Using Speedlights

Whether you’re a professional photographer documenting someone else’s artwork, or an artist creating images for your own portfolio, knowing how to properly light three-dimensional work is crucial. In this video, photographer James Madelin shows us some simple ways to take better photographs of sculptural artwork: Secure your camera to a tripod to ensure that you get […]

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Nikon vs. Canon: Why One Photographer Made the Switch

Nikon vs. Canon: Why One Photographer Made the Switch

When preparing to buy your first digital SLR, it can be difficult to choose between the two camera giants, Canon and Nikon. Perhaps you’re a seasoned photographer used to shooting one brand, and you wonder if you may be missing out. In this video, professional photographer and tech expert Scott Kelby discusses why he went from […]

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Complex Lighting in a Professional Product Shoot

Complex Lighting in a Professional Product Shoot

Photographs in advertisements can be deceptive. Though an ad may appear to be a simple image of a product on a solid background, there is often an incredible amount of work that goes into making the product look perfect. Take, for instance, this four-day shoot for Baileys Irish Cream, which photographer Rob Grimm guides us […]

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How to Use Remote Camera Triggers for Sports Photography

How to Use Remote Camera Triggers for Sports Photography

If you’ve ever done sports photography, you know that it can be difficult to get close enough to the action to get a really great shot. You don’t want to endanger the safety of the players, yourself, or your equipment. To get around some of these challenges, photographer Joe Brady has put together a tutorial […]

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Commercial Motorcycle Photography Techniques

Commercial Motorcycle Photography Techniques

The American desert is one of the most iconic landscapes there is, and nothing complements that landscape better than lighting-fast motorcycles. In this video, commercial photographer Gregor Halenda guides us through a shoot for Rev’It! Motorsports, a motorcycle clothing company, in the beautiful deserts of Utah: Using stunning scenery such as the Bonneville Salt Flats, Goblin […]

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Recreating a High Speed Diving Underwater Photo

Recreating a High Speed Diving Underwater Photo

There are certain photographs that, when we look at them, make us think, “How did they do that?” Then there are others which, though they may be relatively simple at a glance, were surprisingly difficult to achieve. In his “Fake a Big Shot” video series, Kai Man Wong explores what goes into impressive photographs, and attempts […]

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Unprecedented Photographs of Real Life in North Korea

Unprecedented Photographs of Real Life in North Korea

North Korea is a nation of which little is known or understood in the rest of the world. Their government’s notorious mistrust of outsiders keeps the country shrouded in mystery, almost never allowing visitors from the West to enter. The few who do are usually given a carefully controlled experience, only permitted to see places […]

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