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Using the Weather to Capture Great Landscape Photography

Using the Weather to Capture Great Landscape Photography

Landscape photography is one of the most inspiring and beautiful of all the photographic genres. A good landscape will transport us visually to a beautiful part of the world, and many landscape photographers strive to show us these places under perfect conditions. Certain locations however, can be utterly transformed by harsh weather conditions and in […]

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Depth of Field in Photography

Depth of Field in Photography

Depth of field is still something of a mystery to some photographers. In this simple guide Dylan A Bennett unravels it’s complexity by showing in a simple diagrammatic form, the various aspects of this very important photographic effect: So what is depth of field? The area in focus, in front and behind the subject is […]

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Self Portrait Every Day For 12 Years: Capturing a Journey Through Life

Self Portrait Every Day For 12 Years: Capturing a Journey Through Life

By the time you read this, Jeff Harris will have taken considerably more than 4748 self-portraits. For New Year 1999, rather than resolve, to write a diary for the year, Jeff set himself the task of taking a self-portrait every day. The result is an incredible record of his life through the ups and some […]

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The Perfect Comeback to a Camera Snob

The Perfect Comeback to a Camera Snob

I am sure many of us have fallen victim to camera snobbery at one time or another. That moment when a fellow photographer, belittles your camera or questions why you don’t have better equipment. This video from VEEP sums up the situation perfectly: In the clip one guy is about to shoot a fairly simple shot on […]

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How to Remove a Stuck Lens Filter

How to Remove a Stuck Lens Filter

Ever had that sinking feeling when your expensive filter becomes stuck on your even more expensive lens. How are you going to remove the filter without damaging it or the lens. Well, in this short video from Lifehacker we find a remarkably simple and effective solution: Basically you need a rubber mat of some sort, […]

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What is ISO in Photography?

What is ISO in Photography?

ISO is perhaps one of the most difficult aspects of photography to understand. Its origins are based in film photography, where it was used to rate the sensitivity of film. The term has crossed over to the digital age as a way of rating the how the sensor reacts to light. Unlike in the film […]

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How Tough is a Canon DSLR Camera?

How Tough is a Canon DSLR Camera?

Of course it depends on how much you pay, as to how well built your camera is but in this somewhat tongue in cheek video we see Canon’s 7D, an upper mid-level camera, being subjected to some torturous if not scientific tests: The camera was put into a number of test situations: First it was […]

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Move, Eat and Learn

Move, Eat and Learn

Some of you may have seen this amazing project already but it is well worth revisiting for its unique, creative style. Rick Mereki used the themes of movement, learning, and eating to create three compelling short videos that leave you wanting more. As a travel photographer, I was very fascinated and inspired by this even […]

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Basic Lighting: Professional Portrait Photography

Basic Lighting: Professional Portrait Photography

Creating great lighting for portraits can be hard work, especially when you are first setting out on your photographic journey. What lights should I buy, how do I set the studio up? In this video from B&H Photographic, portrait photographer Erin Manning gives us a comprehensive guide on basic studio lighting and how to use […]

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Landscape Photography: Dedication to Chase the Perfect Light

Landscape Photography: Dedication to Chase the Perfect Light

For many of us, Hawaii is our idea of paradise. For award winning photographer Aaron Feinberg, it is his canvas. In this video, shot over three days, we follow Aaron as he captures the stunning natural beauty of the island Kauai. Aaron has gone from starting to sell his work to having three galleries in […]

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