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Winter Portraits Studio Photography Tutorial

Winter Portraits Studio Photography Tutorial

Looking for the beauty of winter without braving the blustering cold? As it turns out, you can bring the magic of the snow to any small home studio. All it takes is a little bit of ingenuity, some creative maneuvering, and a few props to bring an outdoor scene to life indoors. Gavin Hoey gives viewers the […]

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The Fascinating View from a 19th Century Spy Camera

The Fascinating View from a 19th Century Spy Camera

A student mathematician/physicist may not fit the bill of your standard stealth photographer. However, just before the dawn of the 1900s, Carl Stormer did just that. Using what appears to be a stopwatch turned camera, the teenager became one of the very first individuals to capture truly candid photographs on the streets of Oslo: 19-Year-Old Norwegian […]

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Tutorial: Add Color to Black and White Photos in Lightroom

Tutorial: Add Color to Black and White Photos in Lightroom

Just about anyone that you ask will agree that there’s a sophisticated beauty to black and white photography. However, there are certain scenarios where vibrant color really brings a photograph to life. Converting a color photograph to black and white is attainable in a single click. Bringing color to a black and white, on the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Photographing a Horse from a Freight Train

Interesting Photo of the Day: Photographing a Horse from a Freight Train

Don Bartletti has spent the past 36 years as a photojournalist. For a quarter of a decade, he’s maintained an integral position at the Los Angeles Times. Despite years of experience under his belt, Bartletti is anything but jaded. His photographs still manage to capture the excitement and vibrancy packed into life’s fleeting moments: Sourced […]

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The Benefits of RAW Image Quality

The Benefits of RAW Image Quality

No two photographers see things exactly the same. Some people choose to capture what’s going on around them. Others bring their ideas alive in front of the camera. But all of that aside, there are a few points that virtually all professionals in the field can agree on. For instance, across the board, you’ll find […]

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How to Photograph a Model’s Portfolio

How to Photograph a Model’s Portfolio

For quite some time, photographers and models have enjoyed a mutually beneficial, codependent relationship. Image makers will always need subjects, and models will always need someone there to capture them at their best. In order for either party to find work, a solid portfolio is a must. Therefore, any aspiring model’s first step toward building […]

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How to Make a Crowd Disappear from a Photo (Without Photoshop!)

How to Make a Crowd Disappear from a Photo (Without Photoshop!)

For street photographers, few obstacles are as difficult to work around as crowds. No matter the hour, there’s sure to be someone walking through your periphery. And more often than not, passersby can seriously disrupt a composition. However, most photographers can’t exactly shut down a street in order to snag a shot. Luckily, photographer David Bergman has […]

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How to Photograph LED Christmas Lights

How to Photograph LED Christmas Lights

‘Tis the season! With Christmas just around the corner, friends and family are anxious to upload holiday photographs featuring Christmas lights of all shapes, sizes, and colors. Whether you’ve been the working behind the camera or simply observing the festivities of others, you may have noticed recently that capturing strings of lights doesn’t seem as […]

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10 DIY Photography Gifts for the Holidays

10 DIY Photography Gifts for the Holidays

Still have a bit of last minute Christmas shopping to get out of the way? Don’t sweat it. The folks at COOPH have come up with a handful of personalized photo presents your friends and family will be ecstatic to receive this holiday season: 1. The Photo Cube For the puzzle fanatic in your life, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Night Sky Over Mont Blanc

Interesting Photo of the Day: Night Sky Over Mont Blanc

Swiss photographer Luan Baruti has always had a special connection to the land. And for good reason—based in the sleepy village of Leukerbad nestled in the Swiss Alps, it’s hard not to be enamored by your surroundings. Needless to say, today’s stunning image stems from Baruti’s unbridled passion for fantastic landscapes: The sharpness and detail of […]

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