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New York City in One Day via Timelapse Photography

New York City in One Day via Timelapse Photography

Timelapse photography, in case you’re not familiar, is a time-consuming process which requires a true passion for the art, besides deep and thoughtful concentration. In short, the process consists of taking a series of photographs (often long exposures as used in this project), which will be later joined together and played back as a video, resulting […]

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Photographing Ice Climbers in the Dark

Photographing Ice Climbers in the Dark

Shooting in the dark is almost impossible, but not if you use the right equipment. Or at least this was what Nikon ambassador photographer Kamil Tamiola tried to achieve with state-of-the-art camera and lighting equipment. Set in the icy mountains of Cogne, in Italy, Kamil was joined by ice climber, mountain guide and rescue instructor […]

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Sports Photo Ideas with Water

Sports Photo Ideas with Water

If you’re considering a water sports themed photography session, this next video is specifically made for you! Directed by Jason Maughan, the video reflects on this particular experience from commercial photographer Erik Isakson. He tries to explore the dynamic athletic motion mixed with water. Be sure to take a look if you’re curious about the results. Isakson describes his […]

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Fashion Photography Shot in Medium Format

Fashion Photography Shot in Medium Format

First, on a technical note, “medium format photography” refers (on a basic notion) to a shooting format that is somewhere between a full-frame (35mm) and a large-format (4×5 inches). In digital photography, medium format refers both to the cameras adapted from medium format film and to the cameras using sensors larger than 35mm. Also, and as you […]

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Lenses for Nature and Bird Photography

Lenses for Nature and Bird Photography

 When talking about bird and nature photography, there’s one name that must be mentioned. Arthur Morris, an inspiring veteran photographer from Canon, teaches and instructs you extensively on a (really) wide range of lenses to use in this kind of shooting. With his highly educational sense and practical speaking, Arthur will approach several Canon lenses, from […]

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Food Photography Masterclass

Food Photography Masterclass

 Food photography is everywhere! You can see it the streets, in restaurants, supermarkets, hotels, magazines, cook books, cafés—a million places. So why not take this intensive (and really fast) food photography masterclass, provided by worldwide-known chef Jamie Oliver and his personal assistant photographer David Loftus? This is probably the answer to how the world’s top chefs […]

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How to Plan for and Sell a Photography Project Idea

How to Plan for and Sell a Photography Project Idea

Have you ever had an idea or concepts for a photo project but didn’t know where to start or how to make that dream into a vivid reality? This might be one of the most common issues among young photographers: a lack of means to create most of the photography works they imagine. And it also might be […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Performing for the President

Interesting Photo of the Day: Performing for the President

The make-a-wish foundation, one of the word’s most praised charity organizations, takes full responsibility for today’s interesting photo of the day. For over 30 years, they have been enriching the lives of children with life-threatening medical conditions by granting their most desired wishes, and thus fulfilling their souls with hope, strength and joy. That’s precisely […]

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How to Find a Niche as a Wedding Photographer

How to Find a Niche as a Wedding Photographer

Although most professional photographers aren’t very keen to perform wedding photography jobs, it is a fact that this is a one of the most lucrative areas in photography industry. The market is filled with millions and millions of photographers—some are very good with great careers while others can’t pass over the mediocre level. But that […]

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Freelensing Photography: The Risks & Results of this Strange Technique

Freelensing Photography: The Risks & Results of this Strange Technique

Freelensing, if you’re not familiar with the term, can be described as a photographic free-style technique, for its rather risky and venturous purpose. It is nothing but taking a picture with a camera and a lens, but without mounting the lens on the camera. Freelensing is all about holding the lens in front of the camera to create […]

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