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Creative Corporate Portraits Fit For a Creative Ad Agency

Creative Corporate Portraits Fit For a Creative Ad Agency

Wexley School For Girls is an advertising agency, self described as a Fan Factory, that creates engaged fanatics, turning consumers into fans of brands. It certainly doesn’t take much to realize the full humorist creativeness of this team. On the other had, John Keatley is one of the most creative portrait photographers in the world; his […]

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How to Use Canon’s Radio Based Wireless E-TTL Speedlite Flash System

How to Use Canon’s Radio Based Wireless E-TTL Speedlite Flash System

Canon is one the most preferred companies when talking about photography, as each year we are presented with delightful and state-of-the-art sets of photography equipment. The radio-based wireless E-TTL flash is one of their latest novelties – in fact, the new Speedlite 600EX-RT takes a step forward regarding off-camera flash, starting with its ability to communicate up […]

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Presidential Photographer’s Top Photos of the Year 2012

Presidential Photographer’s Top Photos of the Year 2012

Year 2012, should you recall it, was quite an intensive one at the White House. Pete Souza, the official White House photographer for President Obama, has much to tell about it — from private family moments expressing love and affection, through duets with BB King to the most exciting and thrilling political duties at Afghanistan, G8 […]

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A Timelapse Photography Message From Astronauts to All Humankind for 2013

A Timelapse Photography Message From Astronauts to All Humankind for 2013

A very inspiring start to the new year. Further Up Yonder is, by far, one of the greatest and best examples you can find to exemplify the full capabilities of timelapse photography. Giamoco Sardelli, a young photographer and videographer, authored this inspiring story, a message from the International Space Station to all Humankind: “I wanted […]

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Black Bear Takes Over a Nature Photography Session

Black Bear Takes Over a Nature Photography Session

What could have turned into a dangerous event, actually became a rather comedic one, as a black bear attempted to take over a nature photo session, lead by photographer Dean Schwartz. Here’s the full story: While photographing a black bear sow and her three spring cubs near Ely, Minnesota, I noticed a young bear watching […]

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How to Improve the Speed & Efficiency of Your Digital Photography Workflow

How to Improve the Speed & Efficiency of Your Digital Photography Workflow

Jeff Cable is probably one of the most practical photographers to work with and to learn from, whatever the subject is. He is best known for his wide passion of the art and for his inviting and easy-going attitude that attracts thousands of followers. Besides working at Lexar, Jeff is a well respected professional photographer […]

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Using Photo Stitching to Photograph Giant Objects

Using Photo Stitching to Photograph Giant Objects

Known as The President, this giant sequoia is one the largest trees in the world. It has now been studied and photographed by a team of National Geographic experts and scientist in Sequoia National Park. The monstrous tree is 27 feet in diameter, 247 feet tall, 3,200 years old, and has over 2 billion leaves. […]

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Instagram Photo Sharers Jumping Ship after Policy Change

Instagram Photo Sharers Jumping Ship after Policy Change

Instagram, the photo sharing network acquired by facebook is now generating a broad range of opinions, concerning millions of users due to a recent changes in its terms of service and privacy policy. Starting January 16th, Instagram will then share users’ data with Facebook (currently Instagram’s parent company) and, most importantly, use them in advertisements without the true owner’s consent.

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Photojournalists on the Campaign Trail

Photojournalists on the Campaign Trail

Now that the fever of American elections is long gone, it’s about time to take a closer look at the so-called “campaign photographers”. Every four years, some photojournalists are assigned to tail the presidential candidates, as they campaign across the country. Here are two first-person testimonials, from Melina Mara and Nikki Kahn, both from The […]

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Fine Art Landscape Photography Tips

Fine Art Landscape Photography Tips

In the following video, Miles Morgan lectures about fine art landscape photography as he takes his own pictures as examples to demonstrate and describe the creative process of his work, from conception to digital finishing. Please consider that the whole lecture/presentation lasts 1h and 50min. See it here: Miles Morgan, a self called amateur photographer, […]

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