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Lucky Photographer Captures Rainbow During Timelapse Photography Sequence

Lucky Photographer Captures Rainbow During Timelapse Photography Sequence

On November 27, 2012, photographer and programmer Roderick Lee Mann captured a timelapse video that some may compare to winning the lottery in photography—something rather impossible to plan or predict: a perfectly-framed formation of an end-to-end rainbow. Here’s what happened: While on a vacation to Hawaii, Rick Lee Mann was in a hurry to experience the beautiful sunset […]

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Look at this Instagram Song Goes Viral

Look at this Instagram Song Goes Viral

If any of you use Instagram, you’ll certainly understand what this is about. For the uninitiated, Instagram is a widely popular social network application in which users are allowed to post their photographs after applying filters that instantly turn every picture into some kind of vintage work of art — pretty much like good old […]

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Ski & Mountaineering Photography Techniques

Ski & Mountaineering Photography Techniques

As winter approaches and snow vacations are in sight, you get an inspiration to shoot incredible and mesmerizing pictures from your snow expeditions. But ever wonder how exactly you should do it? Mark Fisher, photographer/founder of Fisher Creative, is probably the best person to explain that. Mark is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after and published […]

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Roadtrip Across the USA: 5000 Photos, 3 Minutes

Roadtrip Across the USA: 5000 Photos, 3 Minutes

Road-tripping across the USA is for most people a dream eventually to come true, a subject on their bucket list; in fact, it has become some sort of a myth, for its mesmerizing landscapes commonly depicted in films, illustrations, photographs, and many other art forms. Photographer Mike Matas, together with his girlfriend, rented a car […]

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Tips for Photography Sessions in Remote Locations

Tips for Photography Sessions in Remote Locations

Shooting on location, as you may have already guessed, requires handling a lot of logistics. Experience in the business is a plus when you’re leading a team to such a production. As a matter of fact, a well conceived production, whether it’s big or small, shot on location or at a studio, requires thorough organization […]

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Exploring China with Timelapse Photography

Exploring China with Timelapse Photography

Timelapse photography is a time-consuming process requiring a deep concentration and a true passion for the art. You can easily tell after watching the following video from Belarus professional photographer Артем Прядко. This astonishing video was shot in three cities of China (Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen) from February to March 2012. Take a deep breath and enjoy […]

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Lighting Flowers on Fire for a Photography Experiment

Lighting Flowers on Fire for a Photography Experiment

Flower photography may be particularly common, but not if you add a flame to it! Fire, indeed, is what Chinese photographer Jiang Zhi used in his project titled Love Letters, a beautiful and dramatic set of photographs of flowers engulfed in flames. Inspired by Zhi’s work, Kai experimented with the same process of setting fire to the […]

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How to Prepare Bids and Estimates as a Professional Photographer

How to Prepare Bids and Estimates as a Professional Photographer

Whether you’re a young freelance photographer or a well established professional with great accounts to run, you’ll always come across long processes of estimates before each job you perform. You know how hard and subjective this can be, for any lecture on the practical business side of successful negotiating may come very handy—this is a very […]

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Quick Tips on HDR Photography

Quick Tips on HDR Photography

For those who are not familiar with it, HDR, standing for High Dynamic Range, is a set of methods used in photography to provide higher dynamic range between the lightest and darkest areas of a photograph. So, the purpose of HDR photography is to enhance the subject, to get more detail in those lightest and darkest areas of the picture, as it compensates the image by taking multiple pictures at different exposure levels.

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Professional Shoe Photography: A Brief Look

Professional Shoe Photography: A Brief Look

With the new 007 Skyfall movie hitting the charts, it’s more than the right time to take a look at the following video from Frasershot Studios. James Fox introduces Crockett & Jones, one of the most classy, fanciest and posh shoe brands in the UK. As a matter of fact, the company’s shoes were chosen […]

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