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5 Ways to Improve Your Photography

5 Ways to Improve Your Photography

As an amateur photographer, you’re more than likely feeling a little impatient with the learning process. No doubt, you just want to be creating awesome, mind-blowing images this minute. Forget about weeks, months, or even years from now. Well, apparently Kai & his team understand this, so they’ve come up with some tips for improved […]

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Why Some Pro Photographers Prefer Film Over Digital

Why Some Pro Photographers Prefer Film Over Digital

What is it about film photography that inspires, moves, excites, motivates, arouses? The way film makes a photographer giddy, revel in the mystery, anticipate the surprise, take chances. The way a film photograph can leave the viewer in such awe. Indie Film Lab hit the road to talk to photographers about the romance of film […]

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Photographer’s Project to Find the Average Face of Women from Each Country

Photographer’s Project to Find the Average Face of Women from Each Country

Is it possible to determine what the average face of a nationality looks like? Using photos of women across 41 countries, a photographer has merged the images using Face Research software to create one face for each country: It’s amazing what computer software can do these days when it comes to photography. Face Research actually […]

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History of the Infamous Pirelli Photography Calendar

History of the Infamous Pirelli Photography Calendar

This year will mark the 50th anniversary of the Pirelli Calendar, a publication so high in status that most photographers only dream about being a part of it. This 50th Anniversary Photographer Retrospective by the Fashion Channel shows some of the best Pirelli photographers, including Karl Lagerfeld, Annie Leibovitz and Norman Parkinson at work. Here’s […]

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Athlete Portrait Photography Techniques

Athlete Portrait Photography Techniques

When it comes to photographing athletes, the sport itself provides much of the excitement in the final image. But, what about when not taking action shots? In this behind the scenes photoshoot with Matt Barnes, we get a look at how he creates action, like natural snowfall, while he shoots some of Red Bull’s biggest […]

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The Art of Timelapse Photography

The Art of Timelapse Photography

Timelapse photographer Michael Shainblum has really taken the art to the next level. His videos, which contrast the fast pace of city life and the slow calm of nature, are beautiful depictions of life in general. For his next release, “Into The Atmosphere,” Shainblum showcases the natural beauty of California, but from locations that not […]

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Self Portrait Walk Through China

Self Portrait Walk Through China

In November 2007, Christoph Rehage set off from Beijing with the hope of walking to Germany. One year later, he arrived in Ürümqi, China with a great beard and a fantastic idea. He put together a fun and inspiring video of his travels and wild hair growing process. Watch the kilometers and days roll by […]

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Timelapse Landscape Photography of Wyoming

Timelapse Landscape Photography of Wyoming

Landscape photography is truly an art form that takes vision and creativity, let alone access to awe-inspiring scenery. I mean, think about it, we’ve all been there, how many times have you taken a photo of an overwhelmingly beautiful natural scene only to look at it later and be disappointed by the flat, dull image that […]

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Behind the Scenes of a Creative “Love Sick” Couples Photoshoot

Behind the Scenes of a Creative “Love Sick” Couples Photoshoot

One of the greatest things about photography is the freedom to express yourself through your art. To show your take on an emotion, feeling or concept, to be different. But this is also a great challenge. How do you portray a feeling? And will your audience get it? Photographer Simeon Quarrie was faced with this […]

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The Best and Worst Cameras & Lenses of the Year 2013

The Best and Worst Cameras & Lenses of the Year 2013

Happy New Year, everyone! As 2013 comes to a close, we want to take a look back on some of the greatest photography product accomplishments, and some of biggest let downs, of the year. Chris and Jordan from The Camera Store were nice enough to put together an End of the Year Holiday Special to […]

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