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How to Photograph Large Products

How to Photograph Large Products

Shooting your own large scale product photography may be easier than you think. There is a ton of information on the web about how to photograph small products, but what about the heftier of items like sofas and dining sets? Luckily, photographer Sean Tucker realized this unexplored niche and created a concise and comprehensive guide […]

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Studio Portraits: How to Make Your Subject Stand Out

Studio Portraits: How to Make Your Subject Stand Out

Getting great studio lighting in your portraiture doesn’t have to mean an intricate setup. And most times simplicity works best. All you need is a strobe or two and a plain, dark background. Gavin Hoey gives us a few simple tips to create appealing portrait lighting while keeping your model from blending into the background: […]

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Space Awaits: Photographing Future Astronauts

Space Awaits: Photographing Future Astronauts

It’s every child’s dream to one day grow up to be an astronaut. For these two lucky children that dream seemed to come true, thanks to photographer Kristina Varaksina and her production team. Go behind the scenes and see what it took to bring one photographer’s vision to life: Varaksinia and her team sketched out […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Portrait of the Sun

Interesting Photo of the Day: Portrait of the Sun

Welcome to the future. For the first time in history, scientists at NASA have captured an image of a very important star. And not just any star, the star that makes life on earth possible: the sun. What a glorious thing—in beauty and in what it means for the future of astronomical science: The sun’s […]

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How to Create a Silhouette Photo with One Light

How to Create a Silhouette Photo with One Light

Sil·hou·ette [silo͞oˈet] noun: the dark shape and outline of someone or something visible against a lighter background, especially in dim light. Silhouettes can be a fun and beautiful way to illustrate a scene and are surprisingly easy to create. Photographer Gavin Hoey shows us how to perfect the silhouette with a one light setup: Hoey […]

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Easy Spot Removal With Lightroom

Easy Spot Removal With Lightroom

Whether it’s fine lines, acne, or a stain on a shirt, quick spot removal techniques are always welcomed by photographers. Although Photoshop is king when it comes to intense editing, Lightroom is a great program for a wide range of editing needs. Adam Lerner shows us how easy it is to remove unwanted areas in […]

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Explorers: The Making of Cinemagraphs and Photographs

Explorers: The Making of Cinemagraphs and Photographs

During the long, cold Canadian winter, photographer Max Riché and his talented team set out to create something beautiful. Using a combination of landscape photographs and in-studio stills, imagery was created for the 2014 series titled “Explorers.” This behind-the-scenes video gives insight into what it took to create these stunning visuals: The Explorers series was […]

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Cheap Camera Challenge With a 0.3 Megapixel Talking Toy Camera

Cheap Camera Challenge With a 0.3 Megapixel Talking Toy Camera

Every few months the top camera and film brands put out new camera models of exquisite proportions—the very definition of eye candy to a photographer. These cameras taunt us with their endless features and promises of even better photographs; they make it easy to want to go out and drop thousands and thousands of dollars. […]

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This Acrobatic Photographer Has a Bizarre Way of Capturing Portraits

This Acrobatic Photographer Has a Bizarre Way of Capturing Portraits

Every photographer has their own way of shooting around and getting the perfect image. One photographer, Nguyen Dinh An from Vietnam, has a very unique way of capturing the moment—from just about every angle: At only 22-years-old, Nguyen Dinh An easily rolls, kicks, spins, and dances his way around the photo shoot. The seemingly strange […]

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An Astronaut’s Incredible Timelapse of Earth

An Astronaut’s Incredible Timelapse of Earth

Earth is a beautiful place. What better way to grasp the sheer magnitude and ever-changing allure of our planet than a timelapse taken from space? European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst has done just that, creating a stunning six minute timelapse from images taken hundreds of kilometers up in the air: Every time Gerst conducted […]

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