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A Painter’s Tips for Photographers

A Painter’s Tips for Photographers

Ever wonder if the grass is truly greener on the other side? Vinny Le Pes, an artistic jack-of-all-trades and the host of the Youtube series Creative Crossovers, has some insight to share on the matter. As he explains, the world of painting and the world of photography have a different set of challenges to overcome and a different […]

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Common Mistakes & Simple Solutions for Photographers

Common Mistakes & Simple Solutions for Photographers

Becoming an expert photographer isn’t something that happens overnight. However, some individuals have a natural eye for picking up on what looks good. Popular social media influencer Sorelle Amore just so happens to be one of those people: Paid by advertisers to travel the world in luxury, Sorelle’s bread and butter is entirely dependent on how well […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Timelapse Engagement

Interesting Photo of the Day: Timelapse Engagement

Believe it or not, today’s interesting photo is not ripped straight from a Disney film. Rather, critically acclaimed photographer Alex Nye used his craft to turn one of the most important moments of his life into something downright magical: Reaching the peak of California’s Grass Mountain is no small feat, as the path quickly becomes steep […]

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5 Essential Portrait Lighting Setups

5 Essential Portrait Lighting Setups

Most people would be surprised to see how far a single key light and a fill card can take a photographer. Although light is an absolute necessity for image makers of all disciplines, a little bit can go a long way. Jay P. Morgan explains just how this is possible by demonstrating five lighting setups every photographer […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Kalepa Ridge Trail

Interesting Photo of the Day: Kalepa Ridge Trail

Would you take a leap of faith to capture an image like this? Many consider the steep, treacherous, unmarked Kalepa Ridge Trail too dangerous to take on. But for photographer Yu Chen Hou, the risk proved to be well worth the reward: According to the photographer’s Instagram, Chen Hou nearly lost his balance and tumbled […]

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Photography Challenge at the Airport in 10 Minutes

Photography Challenge at the Airport in 10 Minutes

Miami-Dade Airport may not immediately come to mind as a photographer’s paradise. Because it’s filled with crowds of people in transit, taking a picture at this hub is often the last thing on any visitor’s mind. But as this short proves that when an experienced photographer and the right model pair up, it’s possible to […]

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Flat Lighting Tips for Perfect Portraits

Flat Lighting Tips for Perfect Portraits

Ready to bring your portraits to the next level? As it turns out, transforming a photograph into something incredible can be as simple as an adjustment to the light being used. The folks at SLR Lounge demonstrate exactly how flat lighting is done and how it can impact a scene: The term “flat light” refers to fact […]

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5 Things Every Beginner Photographer Should Know

5 Things Every Beginner Photographer Should Know

The journey toward becoming a skilled photographer doesn’t take place overnight. And, as if the mechanics alone weren’t difficult enough to grasp, being good at photography also involves developing a sense of creativity and learning all of the artistic elements that go into a picture. Sure, some people are adept at navigating the camera and […]

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Guerrilla Street Toy Photography Tips

Guerrilla Street Toy Photography Tips

“Guerrilla street toy photography” is not a combination of words that you often come across. But that’s exactly how Jerry Business chooses to define his brand of quirky art. A lifelong punk rocker, Business has always made an effort to challenge mainstream conceptions. So, as he’s transitioned from music to photography, it should come as no surprise […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Glow-in-the-Dark Waterfall

Interesting Photo of the Day: Glow-in-the-Dark Waterfall

Who knew that a water source and a handful of dollar store glow sticks could be all the tools necessary to create a phenomenal photograph? Artists Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard collaborated to create this enchanting photo, which combines natural environmental beauty with fanciful glowing colors tracing river currents invisible to the human eye: In Lenz and […]

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