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Hidden New Features of Photoshop CC 2014

Hidden New Features of Photoshop CC 2014

Whenever Photoshop puts out a new edition we are always eager to check out the exciting new features. Beyond the major updates, there are always a few hidden gems thrown in for us to discover. Julieanne Kost shows us some new features of Photoshop CC 2014 that will make using the program more convenient and enjoyable: Color […]

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How to Set Up a Remote DSLR for Professional Basketball Photography

How to Set Up a Remote DSLR for Professional Basketball Photography

From slam dunks to graceful tip-ins, shots taken from basketball’s action epicenter–the net–capture some of the most intense moments during a game. At the NCAA Men’s Final Four in Dallas, Texas, the stakes are high for players and sports photographers alike. Brett Whilhelm of Wilhelm Visual Works came up with an effective and safe backboard camera […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Clouds in My Coffee

Interesting Photo of the Day: Clouds in My Coffee

This is not your average cup of coffee photo. A photographer used his iPhone 5 to snap this unique perspective. What is considered an ordinary morning ritual by millions is changed into a beautifully surreal moment; a dreamy cloud filled cup of coffee presented over a bird’s eye city view. A good photographer can take a pretty photo of […]

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How to Capture Motion Blur in Your Photos

How to Capture Motion Blur in Your Photos

Photographing fast-moving subjects doesn’t always mean using quick shutter speeds. In fact, adding motion to your still images can enhance the look and feel of the speed. Corey Rich explains how to imply movement in photographs with simple panning: Rich, using a Nikon D4S and a Nikon 17-35mm ED-IF AF-S zoom lens, photographs mountain biker Jake Dorey speeding down […]

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Tips For Shooting the Groom’s Wedding Details

Tips For Shooting the Groom’s Wedding Details

On a wedding day photo shoot, a lot of emphasis is put on the beautiful blushing bride, her dress, and her accessories. But don’t forget about the groom—it’s his big day, too! Photographer Jasmine Star gives us a few great tips for photographing men’s wedding details: Photographing the bride’s wedding dress and shoes came naturally […]

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How to Attach Your Camera Strap the Right Way

How to Attach Your Camera Strap the Right Way

You just forked out big bucks to get your camera, and you want to see what the machine can do! Quickly throw on the camera strap, attach the lens and you’re ready to go, right? Wrong! Incorrectly fastening your camera strap could end up in a fatal camera mishap, and probably a few (or many) […]

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How to Use Cheap LED Lights to Enhance Your Macro Photos

How to Use Cheap LED Lights to Enhance Your Macro Photos

Speedlights, strobes, reflectors, filters, umbrellas, cables, and batteries. Lighting gear can certainly come with an expensive price tag. But it doesn’t always have to. In this video, Pye from SLR Lounge explains how to use cheap camping lights to enhance ring and macro shots: Pye uses simple Grip 6-LED camo pocket lights to add highlights and […]

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Photographer Raises Over $90K to Stop Human Trafficking After Being Offered a Baby for $50

Photographer Raises Over $90K to Stop Human Trafficking After Being Offered a Baby for $50

One of the greatest aspects about being a photographer is the impact we can make on the world around us. Our images can inspire change, and in many cases, help people work toward a better future. After being offered a baby for fifty dollars while in Bulgaria, photographer Tanner Wendell Stewart decided to take action […]

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1939 Footage Marvels at the First Hundred Years of Photography

1939 Footage Marvels at the First Hundred Years of Photography

Oh, photography! What a wonderful, beautiful thing! The ability to capture a moment in time, ours to enjoy for years, decades, and even centuries. The earliest form of photography, camera obscura and pinhole cameras, can be traced back to the ancient Chinese and Greeks. But it wasn’t until the 1800s that images could be preserved […]

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Memorize These Simple Photography Lessons for Better Photos

Memorize These Simple Photography Lessons for Better Photos

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. From a photographer’s standpoint, it may also be worth several important photographic lessons. Joe McNally reveals the many basic photography techniques found within his photographs: Using a Nikon 50mm f/1.4 lens and available light, McNally captured two seemingly straightforward images of Mexican cowboys or “charros.” But […]

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