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Night Photography: Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Night Photography: Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Today we bring you a short film by Mark and Angela Walley: a documentary piece about Scott Martin and Lance Keimig, two experienced photographers who run workshops teaching the nuances of nighttime photography. Working together for the past three years, these two Texans get at the heart of the photographic possibilities that darkness offers in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: T-Rex Rudely Interrupts a Wedding Party

Interesting Photo of the Day: T-Rex Rudely Interrupts a Wedding Party

With the vast population of wedding photographers in the world, it’s tough to stand out and make yourself noticed. In order to solve this problem, Quinn Miller creates an image of Jurassic proportions (or Cretaceous proportions, for you purists out there). In an original composition, he creates an image of his wedding party fleeing for […]

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How to Make an Infrared Camera

How to Make an Infrared Camera

We’ve published a few pieces on infrared photography before, and we’ve mentioned how it’s possible to modify a cheap or junk camera to be sensitive to infrared light. But you might be wondering, “Just HOW am I supposed to do that?” This video can walk you through the process: The camera he converts is a […]

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High-End Product Photography Tutorial and Techniques

High-End Product Photography Tutorial and Techniques

Despite the fact that product photography is among the most prolific and inescapable features of modern marketing, people often ask me, “Product photography? What’s that?”. Products and models are the two cornerstones of commercial advertising, but while there is a great deal of understanding of how fashion photography affects us as viewers, the way we […]

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How to Photograph a Volcano

How to Photograph a Volcano

There aren’t many things that Nature can cook up that will deter the determination and daring of human beings, but volcanoes certainly come close. Not often do we see close-ups of liquid red rock bubbling through the planet’s fractured surface, but that is exactly what landscape photographer Miles Morgan has created. Working in some of […]

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Street Food Photography Tips

Street Food Photography Tips

In the past decade, food photography has exploded more than any other discipline. Camera phones have improved rapidly, and now scrolling through a Facebook feed feels like reading Martha Stewart’s personal blog. Everyone has suddenly realized how exciting it is to capture North America’s great national pastime: Eating! In this video¬†pro food photographer David Loftus […]

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5 Reasons Why Prime Lenses Are Better Than Zoom Lenses

5 Reasons Why Prime Lenses Are Better Than Zoom Lenses

The debate always rages between photographers – which is better: zoom lenses, or primes? In this video from,¬†photographer Kai W, with the help of his buddy Lok, makes his argument for the benefits of prime lenses: Of course, every lens has its advantages and its drawbacks, and the appropriate lens depends on the situation, and […]

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Street Photography: The Endless Pursuit of a Perfect Moment

We all have an inner street photographer, whether it be a hidden urge or a full-blown passion. In this Nikon-sponsored video, documentary photographer Nina Berman discusses her approach, on the roads and avenues of New York City, to this style which demands so much instinct, quickness, and versatility: For a long time, Nikon has been […]

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Top 10 Steps to Become a Photographer

Top 10 Steps to Become a Photographer

Let’s face it: it’s tough to be a photographer. You face adversity every day – if not from critics, clients, or conditions, then from yourself. To become a photographer, you have to work for yourself – this doesn’t just mean setting your own schedule, it means training yourself, creating your own motivation, critiquing your own […]

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Types of Camera Lenses

Types of Camera Lenses

If you’re new to photography, the vast array of lenses on the market might seem a little daunting. There exists not just a range of focal lengths, from the super-wide to the super-long, but even several variations on a single focal length, not to mention zoom lenses of all kinds. With major brands boasting of […]

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