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Rooftop Portraits Using Two Lights

Rooftop Portraits Using Two Lights

Taking photographs on a roof is a great way to get a sweeping, dramatic shot. In this video, commercial photographer and lighting expert Jay P. Morgan demonstrates how to use ambient light combined with two strobes for unique portraits: Morgan’s task was to shoot professional portraits of three bank executives at East West Bank in […]

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How to do Striking Composite Photography of Classic Cars

How to do Striking Composite Photography of Classic Cars

Images of cars are everywhere, in advertisements, film, TV, even fine art. An alluring photograph of a car can represent wealth, freedom, speed, America, or all of the above. Photographer Lee Morris gave himself the challenge of photographing a 1968 Camaro, his father’s dream car, before surprising his father with the car itself! Though giving […]

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Stunning Timelapse Photography from the International Space Station

Stunning Timelapse Photography from the International Space Station

Some of the most beautiful and moving photography in the world is the photography done in outer space. For the vast majority of us, space exploration is an impossible dream, but thankfully, there is no shortage of astronauts willing to document their extraterrestrial experiences and share them with the world: Australian filmmaker David Peterson has […]

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Dazzling San Francisco Timelapse Photography Journey

Dazzling San Francisco Timelapse Photography Journey

Timelapse photography is impressive to watch; it makes the viewer feel as if they are traveling through time. But like anything so impressive, of course, it takes time and patience to create. San Francisco photographer Matt Maniego says that he spent about a year making this stunning timelapse video of his city: Inspired by the […]

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Graffiti Artists Take Over a Whole Warehouse, Documented with Hyperlapse Photography

Graffiti Artists Take Over a Whole Warehouse, Documented with Hyperlapse Photography

You’re probably familiar with timelapse photography, in which still photos (taken with a stationary camera) are compiled to create the effect of motion and change.  Hyperlapse photography takes the concept a step further, by moving the camera to create an effect similar to a tracking shot.  Australian director Selina Miles has used this technique to […]

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Photography Project to Provide Moments of Happiness to the Suffering

Photography Project to Provide Moments of Happiness to the Suffering

It’s always inspiring to hear about ways in which we can use photography to help others– to bring a smile to their faces, or to help them see themselves in a new light. The Mimi Foundation’s book of photos, titled “If Only For a Second,” is a wonderful example of such a project – watch […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Wedding Photography

The Do’s and Don’ts of Wedding Photography

As long as there are weddings, there will be a demand for wedding photographers. For the right person, it can be a highly profitable business; couples and families will pay top dollar to ensure that their special day is well-documented. However, shooting a wedding involves a lot more than just showing up with a camera. […]

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At Work With a Professional Tennis Photographer

At Work With a Professional Tennis Photographer

Tennis is an internationally popular sport, played and watched all over the world.  Given that it is generally played by only two to four people, it yields excellent opportunities for intense, dramatic photography— images which are both compelling to look at, and vital for the promotion of the sport and its players: Clive Brunskill, one […]

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