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Food Photography: Beyond the Plate

Food Photography: Beyond the Plate

A natural born adventurer, Eric Wolfinger knew from a young age that he was not designed to follow a traditional 9-5 career path. After years of soul searching and experimentation, he’s put in the effort to carve out the job of his dreams: After graduating from college, Wolfinger knew that he had a passion for traveling, cooking, […]

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How to Use Grids for Various Portrait Lighting Setups

How to Use Grids for Various Portrait Lighting Setups

Looking to switch things up a bit in your studio shots? As photographer Mark Wallace demonstrates, one of the easiest ways to do so is to bring in some grid light modifiers: Before getting very far, you’ll want to make sure that your light source is placed directly in line with your model. Be sure not to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Fairbanks Through a Fisheye

Interesting Photo of the Day: Fairbanks Through a Fisheye

San Francisco based Night Crew Labs isn’t afraid to step outside of the box and head out on an adventure to get a stunning shot. Since the creative media venture formed in 2015, they’ve explored incredible land formations including the Mojave Desert and Grand Canyon from a bird’s eye vantage point. They’re even planning an expedition undersea […]

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Tips for Using Fishing Line for Photography Tricks

Tips for Using Fishing Line for Photography Tricks

Most serious studio photographers are known to keep an eclectic mix of props and tools close at hand. They like to be prepared for any situation that may come their way. And there’s one thing in particularthat no creative photographer should go without. To the outsider, it may seem strange, but few things come in […]

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6 Creative Portrait Photography Tricks

6 Creative Portrait Photography Tricks

Looking to spice up your studio shots? The photographers at Shootr have put together a few concepts for your next photo shoot using things you’re likely to find lying around your house: 1. Foil Backdrop Start out by taking out a few sheets of aluminum foil and crinkling them up. Wrap each sheet along a stand and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Standing Out from the Crowd

Interesting Photo of the Day: Standing Out from the Crowd

Serbian photographer Jelena Jankovic was lucky enough to capture this surreal shot at a Massive Attack concert in Croatia—a simple yet powerful piece of commentary on the rise of selfie culture: After spending time as a photojournalist, Jankovic became enamored with theater photography. It was through this career shift that she became interested in the goings on of […]

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Breaking Rules of Composition in Photography

Breaking Rules of Composition in Photography

Chances are, you’re familiar with the old adage that “rules are meant to be broken.” Photography is no exception to the saying. As David Bergman explains, although many of the rules and conventions photographers stick to are tried and true, often the most striking images ignore them entirely: Here are a few instances in which breaking the […]

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Creative Portrait Tips for Awesome People Pictures

Creative Portrait Tips for Awesome People Pictures

Everyone loves a good picture of themselves. In an increasingly visual world, having a few on hand is practically crucial. Luckily, the folks at the COOPH have compiled a few guidelines on what it takes to tackle portraiture for any occasion: If you’re like most people, the version of yourself that you bring to a job interview […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Abandoned House 25 Second Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Abandoned House 25 Second Exposure

Believe it or not, this image is not a still snagged from the set of a horror movie: Captured by a photographer using the pseudonym Oklawolf, this forlorn house was found somewhere in the rural prairie providence of Saskatchewan, Canada. This artist, who specializes in photographs of abandoned buildings, has made many images along the Canadian countryside […]

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How to Use a Teleconverter With Your Camera for More Focal Length

How to Use a Teleconverter With Your Camera for More Focal Length

Teleconverters are secondary lenses mounted between a camera’s body and lens in order to enlarge the central point of a photograph. Its effectiveness in that regard is not up for debate. Rather, the question most potential users contemplate is whether its presence helps or hinders the overall quality of their photographs. As photographer Jay P. Morgan explains, […]

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