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Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Island

Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Island

The Pacific Northwest is renowned globally for its incredible beauty and striking landscapes. Photographer Kevin Shearer has trekked out to some of the most remote coasts of the region in order to fully grasp all that the nature has to offer. Based on the results Shearer managed to capture in just a few exposures, it’s easy to […]

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4 Common Composition Mistakes Photographers Should Avoid

4 Common Composition Mistakes Photographers Should Avoid

No one is born a photographic genius. Even masters of the medium have to go through a great deal of trial and error to develop a unique sense of style. As a seasoned professional, Evan Ranft is all too familiar with the mistakes that often plague beginners. Luckily, he’s got a few sage pieces of advice on […]

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8 Smartphone Portrait Tips

8 Smartphone Portrait Tips

While traditionalists may be quick to denounce the merit of iphoneography, the fact of the matter is that the tiny camera installed on our cell phones is by far the handiest tool a photographer has at their disposal. Nothing can match the portability and ease of use of a smartphone’s camera while retaining the same […]

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Find Momo: A Photography Collaboration with Man’s Best Friend

Find Momo: A Photography Collaboration with Man’s Best Friend

It’s no secret that dogs around the world have long held the title of man’s best friend. But, in the case of Momo the border collie, a dog can act as an artistic collaborator as well as a constant companion: Although Canadian artist Andrew Knapp studied graphic design as a younger man, he always retained an interest in […]

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How to Create Your Own Food Photography Backgrounds

How to Create Your Own Food Photography Backgrounds

Looking to spice up your food photography? Food photographer Joanie Simon has a few suggestions on how to build a DIY backdrop that’s sure to save a few dollars and add some character to your shots: Believe it or not, you can easily build a custom-made backing panel for less than $30. Though the process itself takes […]

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Low Key Rembrandt Lighting Tutorial

Low Key Rembrandt Lighting Tutorial

Ready for a crash course in art history? Believe it or not, knowing a thing or two about the sculptors and painters of the past often proves to be helpful for modern photographers striving to make stunning shots. In the following short, photographer Jay P. Morgan channels Renaissance master Rembrandt for inspiration while explaining to […]

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How to Photograph Boiling Water with a Macro Lens

How to Photograph Boiling Water with a Macro Lens

For photographers, even the most mundane moments can yield spectacular beauty. On one particular morning, Swedish photographer Micael Widell was flooded with inspiration during the utterly banal task of fixing himself a cup of tea. So, naturally, he grabbed his camera and got straight to shooting the contents of the glass kettle resting on his kitchen counter: […]

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Inverted Room Photography Trick Setup

Inverted Room Photography Trick Setup

How would you go about flipping a room onto its side? Photographer Daniel DeArco had that question, and through days of conceptualization and construction, he was able to accomplish the feat in a small studio in San Francisco: DeArco’s plan? Create the illusion of a model bursting out of a mirror. Though this may seem relatively simple […]

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Photographing the Bride Getting Ready

Photographing the Bride Getting Ready

Photographer Vanessa Joy is passionate about her work behind-the-scenes of weddings. Committed to capturing the happiest moments of people’s lives, her career spans nearly two decades. Suffice to say, she knows a thing or two about running a smooth wedding photography operation: Before walking down the aisle, the first step to creating a picture-perfect wedding is, […]

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Cyanotype Photography at Home Tutorial

Cyanotype Photography at Home Tutorial

Did you know that bringing one of the oldest photographic processes is simple enough to reproduce from the comfort of your own home? Invented in 1842, the UV sensitive cyanotype process is a printing process capable of recording images entirely independent of a camera:  As photographer Dominique Hines explains, the chemistry behind the process couldn’t be […]

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