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Comparing Colors from Canon & Fuji Cameras

Comparing Colors from Canon & Fuji Cameras

Differentiating between leading camera competitors is more difficult than most professionals would care to admit. It’s true that Nikon, Canon, Sony, and Fuji all have slight edges in different disciplines – however, models across the board generally share comparable features and similar specs. But one aspect that can vary a great deal between providers is […]

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Levitation Photography: Techniques Without Using Photoshop

Levitation Photography: Techniques Without Using Photoshop

Everyone loves levitation photography, but not everyone has the skills to create such an illusion using editing software. However, with a little bit of creativity and effort, you can levitate subjects without any sort of digital manipulation at all! Watch below to see some of the techniques the folks at COOPH were able to come […]

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Evening Wedding Photography Tips

Evening Wedding Photography Tips

Believe it or not, even seasoned photographers get nervous about certain gigs. Taylor Jackson is no exception. Though he’s booked hundreds of weddings and shot assignments around the world, when a client contacted to photograph their nighttime wedding, he was hesitant to accept. But upon meeting up, he clicked with his client and accepted the […]

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Astrophotography: Getting Started Tutorial

Astrophotography: Getting Started Tutorial

In the beginning, photographer Trevor Jones made photographs with little more than a smartphone and a manual telescope. Now, he spends nearly every clear night capturing shots deep in the night sky. But for most beginners, this poses a perplexing question – how exactly did he get from point A to point B? With a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Matsumoto in the Snow

Interesting Photo of the Day: Matsumoto in the Snow

Each year, thousands of people stream through Japan’s Nagano prefecture to catch a glimpse of towering Matsumoto castle. Naturally, just about every visitor on the grounds is eventually compelled to take out their camera and snap a few shots. As beautiful as the structure is, this presents a challenge for photographers. After all, how do […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Light Through the Night

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Light Through the Night

Want a different take on your average forest landscape? Through selective lighting, today’s interesting image offers a new perspective on the oft-photographed subject. How did Reddit user AspLeaf manage to capture this mysterious streak blazing through a terrain blanketed in black?  The answer is actually simpler than you’d expect. What you’re seeing here is the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Tracking the Milky Way

Interesting Photo of the Day: Tracking the Milky Way

Filled with rich color and fine details, well-executed astrophotography never ceases to amaze us. Today’s show-stopping image courtesy of photographer Daniel Stein is no exception. But when you find out everything that went into making this shot possible, you’ll gain a whole new level of appreciation. The panorama above is actually composed of 28 tracked […]

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8 Items Beginner Photographer’s DON’T Need

8 Items Beginner Photographer’s DON’T Need

One of the biggest deterrents many beginning photographers grapple with is gear. As if choosing your first camera and lens kit isn’t intimidating enough, there’s a laundry list of accessories that many photographers will insist you “need”. These expenses quickly add up, and many give up before they ever really start due to the costs […]

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A Fall Foliage Photography Walkthrough

A Fall Foliage Photography Walkthrough

For nature and landscape photographers, the small window in which autumn leaves emerge is one of the most anticipated events of the entire year. Vibrant colors explode as leaves begin to drop, one by one, to the earth below. Like moths to a lamp, the pristine beauty draws cameras out to try to grab a […]

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Which Lens is Best for Portrait Photography?

Which Lens is Best for Portrait Photography?

What’s the best lens for portrait photography? The answer depends entirely on what you’re trying to accomplish with your shot. As Mango Street Lab demonstrates, each lens has its own set of admirable merits. Rather than trying to determine a clear cut winner among the crowd, we’ll be examining how a variety of different lenses […]

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