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Stunning Hyperlapse Photography of European Landmarks at Night

Stunning Hyperlapse Photography of European Landmarks at Night

Luke Shepard traveled throughout 21 European countries, including 36 cities, to capture timelapse images of European architecture in a nighttime environment. After three months of travel and time spent editing over 20,000 images, Shepard released his hyperlapse short entitled Nightvision, in which he showcases 27 timelapse sequences of the 47 he captured during his trip through […]

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Light Shaping Photography Techniques

Light Shaping Photography Techniques

The manipulation of light is one of the most important things to learn as a photographer. If you can shape light in whichever way you wish, you open up more opportunities to capture the images you want to create. Through the use of reflectors, softboxes, and other lighting modifications, you can shape light and direct […]

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Awe-Inspiring Timelapse of San Francisco Fog

Awe-Inspiring Timelapse of San Francisco Fog

Photographer Simon Christen has spent nearly two years shooting timelapse photos of the San Francisco Bay Area morning fog rolling in. Captured in the Marin Headlands, these scenes of thick, billowy fog drifting through the hills, city and the Golden Gate Bridge at the edge of sunrise inspire a feeling of absolute peace.  In this short […]

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Exposure Stacking Tutorial in Adobe Photoshop

Exposure Stacking Tutorial in Adobe Photoshop

Exposure stacking is the process of taking multiple photos with different types of lighting and exposure settings, then blending them together into one photograph. This technique is used frequently in night photography, when a photographer wants to capture an object in the foreground while also capturing the night sky. Because the lighting of the foreground […]

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The Dangers of Using Docks for Wedding Photography

The Dangers of Using Docks for Wedding Photography

Many people find it very important that their wedding day go exactly as planned and no mishaps occur. While some things can be entirely out of one’s control, it is the responsibility of the photographer to ensure that no accidents happen during the wedding photo shoot. A photo of the entire wedding party on a […]

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Parkour Running Photography Lighting Techniques

Parkour Running Photography Lighting Techniques

Parkour is the art of moving from one place to another most efficiently. It has been widely popularized via YouTube videos and video games using the fluid movement techniques for characters. Parkour also gives photographers an opportunity to capture compelling action shots and experiment with motion control. In the following video, photographer Benjamin Von Wong […]

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Ideas for Levitation Photography: Hadouken Style

Ideas for Levitation Photography: Hadouken Style

Hadouken photography is a case of life imitating art. It’s named after the “Street Fighter” video game series and aims to portray larger-than-life battling with a virtual aesthetic. Hadouken photography is shot using the levitation technique. The distinguishing feature separating hadouken from other action-oriented photography is that it is not attempting to mirror a real […]

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Beautiful Timelapse Photograph Sequences of Iceland

Beautiful Timelapse Photograph Sequences of Iceland

With gorgeous mountain ranges, volcanoes, raging seas and a crystal clear sky with regular auroral activity, Iceland is a dream location for any landscape photographer. Nicholas Buer took the opportunity to exhibit the immense beauty of the pristine “Land of Edda.” Several hours’ worth of timelapse images form this stunning video, tracking the flow of […]

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Techniques for Capturing Photos of Earth from Space

Techniques for Capturing Photos of Earth from Space

Some of the most beautiful pictures of Earth were photographed by Chris Hadfield in the International Space Station. He focuses on the interesting patterns, shapes and textures from his point of view above Earth. In the following video, Chris explains the techniques he uses to take extraordinary photos of our planet from space: Because he […]

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See a Professional Photographer’s Workflow in Adobe Lightroom

See a Professional Photographer’s Workflow in Adobe Lightroom

The life of a professional photographer can be strenuous at times. Photo shoots often consist of hundreds to thousands of photographs that need to be sorted through and processed. Nick Fancher, a professional photographer, has perfected his Lightroom workflow specifically for processing several images at once. In the following video Nick demonstrates how he easily […]

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