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Panoramic Photography to the Extremes

Panoramic Photography to the Extremes

Surrealism is often seen as more of a painter’s style than a photographer’s. Randy Scott Slavin turns that concept on its head with his unique, surrealistic style of extreme panoramic photography. In his project, Alternate Perspective, he shoots hundreds of images of one location in order to stitch them all together in one large 360 degree […]

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How to Create Artificial Sunlight Through Trees with an Off-Camera Flash

How to Create Artificial Sunlight Through Trees with an Off-Camera Flash

For many of us who inhabit cloudier climes, getting the look of a sunny day, whilst the weather is stubbornly overcast can be a challenging problem. In this short video, British fashion photographer Damien Lovegrove shows us how to re-create sunny Spain in a decidedly cloudy Manchester. To create the dappled sunlight look Damien uses […]

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How to do Exploded View Photography

How to do Exploded View Photography

Have you ever wondered how those fantastic “exploded view” photographs of machinery, that we often see in magazine and books, are made. This brief but revealing video by Adam Voorhes, is basically a time lapse sequence of him setting an exploded view of a Kawasaki motorbike: All the separate components of the bike are hung […]

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Headshot Photography Tips

Headshot Photography Tips

Let’s be honest, in certain directions and under certain light, most of us exhibit the dreaded double chin in some form or another. This issue is often the difference between a good headshot photographer and an average one. So what if you are a headshot or portrait photographer, how do you make your subject’s jawline […]

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How to Photograph Moving Cars

How to Photograph Moving Cars

How many of us dream of being a car photographer? Well count me in for sure; there is something inherently photogenic about a car that stirs the creative juices of many a photographer. Lee Howell turned the dream into reality by becoming a commercial photographer with clients including Porsche and Top Gear magazine. In this […]

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Fighting Through the Beginner Phase of Creative Work

Fighting Through the Beginner Phase of Creative Work

The first time you ever took pictures on your new DSLR, you probably thought “wow”. It’s possible you didn’t realize you could take such good pictures and those first images are maybe what got you into photography in the first place. So you start to study, maybe take lessons, learn everything you can, but after a […]

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Documenting a Vanishing Bike in NYC with Timelapse Photography

Documenting a Vanishing Bike in NYC with Timelapse Photography

Have you ever wondered about those bits of bikes you sometimes see chained to lampposts and railings? In this short film by Lifecycle, we follow the fortunes of an everyday bike that was chained to a New York post over a period of 365 days using timelapse photography: When first chained to the post, the […]

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Large Format Cameras: How They Are Made

Large Format Cameras: How They Are Made

Despite the incredible advances in digital photography over the last ten years, if you want the ultimate in quality, the large format film camera still rules. For sheer definition and tonal range, large format film is unbeatable and as such there is still demand for large format cameras today. In this film we see how a Walker Titan SF 4×5 camera is made.

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Dust & Dance in Photography

Dust & Dance in Photography

Some images look so creative and complex that you wonder how on earth they were made. Often, the most beautiful looking shots are actually the simplest to produce. In this short behind the scenes video, we see how a visually stunning shot was created from a simple studio setup: Using a basic lighting set up, […]

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Taking Light Painting Photography to the Next Level

Taking Light Painting Photography to the Next Level

German born photographer Jan Leonardo Wöllert uses light art performance to create the unique look that has made him famous overseas. This form of photography uses carefully choreographed light painting to create visual stunning images. In this video from German TV channel DW, we see Jan at work: Using timed exposures, Jan uses both pyrotechnics […]

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