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Hyperlapse Tutorial: How to do it from Start to Finish

Hyperlapse Tutorial: How to do it from Start to Finish

Creating timelapse videos can be expensive. To make a moving timelapse, many photographers use a motorized dolly system, which can set you back hundreds of dollars. Luckily, clever photographers have devised creative ways of making timelapse videos on a budget. In this tutorial, Morton Rustad shows us how to create a hyperlapse sequence with a camera […]

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Funny Flowchart to Help You Decide When & If You Should Take a Photo

Funny Flowchart to Help You Decide When & If You Should Take a Photo

What goes through your head before you release your camera’s shutter? Or before you post one of your photos online? Are you convinced your images is worthy of an award? Or are you nervous that no one will like it? These folks have summed up your anxiety and overconfidence–as well as their own pet peeves–in […]

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How to Change a Camera Lens Quickly

How to Change a Camera Lens Quickly

How fast can you change a camera lens? In this short demonstration, Jasmine Star, an international wedding photographer, shows how she swaps out lenses on her Canon 5D in about six seconds: A bag that’s easily accessed seems to be the key to Star’s quick technique. She uses an ONA Brooklyn Camera Satchel, which has […]

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How Tough Are Canon Lenses?

How Tough Are Canon Lenses?

If you’re like most photographers on a budget, you’re instinctively protective of your camera lenses. They seem so delicate. They are meticulously cleaned with air blowers and special microfiber cloths. They are gently placed into padded camera bags. But is all this doting really necessary? Exactly how much abuse can lenses take? Richard Choi had […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Frosty Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Frosty Sunrise

Most of us don’t exactly welcome freezing cold mornings. They make it difficult to get out of bed. But photographers who manage to get out from under the covers at an early hour are rewarded by scenery such as this: Julius Rintamäki was up early to photograph the frosty sunrise at a cottage in Levi, […]

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Are You Holding Your Camera Correctly?

Are You Holding Your Camera Correctly?

How you hold your camera may seem like a trivial detail. But experts know that a proper hold and stable body position can result in crisper images. Take a look at this helpful infographic from Digital Camera World to see if you’re holding your camera the right way: Stabilizing your camera with your elbows, maximizing […]

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Infographic: The Hidden Costs of Photographing a Wedding

Infographic: The Hidden Costs of Photographing a Wedding

When you’re a photographer, it’s only a matter of time before friends and acquaintances start asking you to do them favors—favors like photographing their weddings. And it’s tempting. You’re a good friend. You like taking pictures. And it’s just a few hours of work, right? Wrong. Before you think about working for next to nothing, […]

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The Manual Photographer’s Cheat Sheet

The Manual Photographer’s Cheat Sheet

Film photography may seem like a relic of the past, but it’s gaining increasing popularity lately. And many photographers claim it’s still the best way to really learn the technical ins and outs of cameras. But it can seem complicated to those of us who are used to our digital cameras’ semi-automatic modes. Whether you’re […]

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How a Photographer Makes an Exploded View of a Car

How a Photographer Makes an Exploded View of a Car

Fabian Oefner is known for his melding of photography and science. The Swiss artist has photographed ferroliquid combined with watercolors. He’s captured paint responding to centrifugal force and tiny colored crystals reacting to the vibrations of sound. Now watch how he created the illusion of an exploding car piece by piece: Oefner first sketched out […]

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5 Things You Need to Do to Become a Better Photographer

5 Things You Need to Do to Become a Better Photographer

Good photographers aren’t made overnight. And most accomplished photographers will admit that their earliest attempts at the craft were pretty unimpressive. In this inspiring interview, San Francisco based photographer Jim Goldstein shares his advice for novice photographers looking to improve their skills: Goldstein’s earliest experience with a camera left him feeling incredibly discouraged. His first […]

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