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How Two Photographers Shot the Hottest Kiss Ever in Front of a Volcano

How Two Photographers Shot the Hottest Kiss Ever in Front of a Volcano

A few years ago, photographer couple Dallas Nagata White and Ed White set out on an eight-hour return hike to the Kilauea lava flow in Hawaii to capture some shots of the night sky against the hot lava. When they got there, to their dismay, it started to rain. But, instead of packing it in and […]

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A Day in the Life of a Cat Photographer

A Day in the Life of a Cat Photographer

We all love our pets, but there are different levels of pet lover. In the world of cat fanciers, for example, many of them head out to big, popular events throughout the States each year to show off their cat and meet other cat lovers. Many also pay a professional photographer to take pictures of their beloved pet, […]

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How to Capture Crystal Clear Splash Photography

How to Capture Crystal Clear Splash Photography

When trying out new splash photography techniques, the lighting all depends on if you’re photographing something solid or transparent. With solid objects, you’re going to need to light from both back and front so you don’t end up with a silhouette like you would with just back light. But with transparent objects, like an ice […]

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How to Use Window Light for Portraits

How to Use Window Light for Portraits

Window light can be some of the prettiest light when shooting portraiture. It provides a nice, soft, natural light around the model, if used correctly. Photographer Daniel Norton explains that not all window light is the same. If you’re going for softness, you won’t get it on clear, sunny days with the sun shining directly […]

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8 Levels of Photographer (But, Really 9)

8 Levels of Photographer (But, Really 9)

It’s always good to be able to laugh at yourself and show the lighter side of life. Well, the guys over at DigitalRev TV are pretty good at that, and they’re at it again with this fun take on the different levels of photographer. Using a video game style as the theme, this video hilariously lays out […]

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Bringing Imagination to Life with Cardboard Silhouette Photography

Bringing Imagination to Life with Cardboard Silhouette Photography

What to do on an island all alone when you have incredibly vibrant, romantic sunsets and a child-like imagination? Why not play guitar and sing songs with Kermit the Frog? Or catch miniature, fire-breathing dragons? Or fall in love with a mermaid? Emmy award-winning TV producer and writer John Marshall definitely has the creative imagination […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Soul Poi

Interesting Photo of the Day: Soul Poi

There is still a lot of debate behind the use of photo editing software and what constitutes real photography, but sometimes adding in cool effects through manipulation can really make a photograph. Photographer Mikeal Beland has had a growing interest in surrealism and incorporates that into his images. While he believes he could have created the […]

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How to Turn a Building into a Giant Disposable Camera

How to Turn a Building into a Giant Disposable Camera

As Vancouver photographer Joel Nicholas says, artists are always documenting history, whether they’re trying to or not. When an old storage building was slated for demolition, Nicholas found a pretty profound and timely way to honor it. The building, which was over 100 years old, had seen so much change in the city and was […]

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Behind the Scenes of a Professional Car Campaign Photo Shoot

Behind the Scenes of a Professional Car Campaign Photo Shoot

Have you ever seen a professional photo ad of a new car and thought, “Wow, that car looks awesome. How did the photographer get such perfect light not only on the car, but on the whole scene?” Or said to yourself, “That’s not real, it must be Photoshopped.” Or, like myself, have you ever just […]

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How to Set Up and Use a Large Format Camera

How to Set Up and Use a Large Format Camera

Interested in large format photography? Even if you’re already out there practicing, or you’re just getting started, the process of taking pictures with a big 8×10 camera can take some getting used to. In this video, photographer Tim Layton takes us through the steps of setting up an 8×10 large format camera, metering the scene, […]

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