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Photographer Makes Action Figures of Himself to Send With His Portfolio

Photographer Makes Action Figures of Himself to Send With His Portfolio

Marketing is among the most dreaded of words for professional photographers. But it’s also one of the most vital parts of running a successful business. In a world saturated by talented artists, photographers must go to great lengths to get noticed and attract potential clients. Copenhagen photographer Jens Lennartsson knew he faced tough competition. That’s […]

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Reporter Rants About Boring Snow Pictures, Offers Some Tips

Reporter Rants About Boring Snow Pictures, Offers Some Tips

Winter weather has arrived just in time for the holidays, and with it comes the annual slew of snow pictures. You’d think that the blankets of white, the pastoral countryside, the creative snowmen, and the kids and pets frolicking about would give our Facebook feeds a variety of photo subjects. Instead, most snow pictures are […]

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Photographing Fast-Moving Freestyle Bike Photography

Photographing Fast-Moving Freestyle Bike Photography

Photograph what you love. This advice has been repeated by famous photographers everywhere. And for some, photographing a passion turns into a successful and rewarding career. Sven Martin, who is passionate about cycling, turned his love of mountain biking into his job. Get a behind-the-scenes look from his perspective at Crankworx 2013: Crankworx is an […]

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On the Job with Race Day Photographers

On the Job with Race Day Photographers

If you’ve been to an auto race or watched one on TV, you’ve surely seen the throng of lucky photographers documenting the action from enviable viewpoints. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be one of those professionals behind the cameras? In this video, photographers Brian Czobat and Nigel Kinrade of Autostock Images show […]

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How to Use Flash Photography on a Jet Flying at Over 450 MPH

How to Use Flash Photography on a Jet Flying at Over 450 MPH

Do you have a story about your most challenging photo shoot of all time? Every photographer has a horror story about photographing fast-moving children or animals, hard-to-please clients, or dimly-lit venues. But imagine trying to properly light and photograph a jet speeding through the air above you. That’s just the task that stock photographer Yuri […]

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Polaroid Cameras: A Look at Some of the Most Interesting

Polaroid Cameras: A Look at Some of the Most Interesting

Sixty-five years ago, Polaroid’s instant film cameras hit the market, and the world embraced the fun new way of taking pictures with nearly immediate results. The company went on to produce dozens of unconventional camera models, stopping production of analog cameras and instant film in favor of digital models in 2008. Two years later, The […]

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Mixing Double Exposure Techniques with Light Painting

Mixing Double Exposure Techniques with Light Painting

The advent of digital photography sped up the photography process seemingly overnight. What used to take hours or days to complete can now be done in the blink of an eye. But in the fast world of ever-evolving technology, some photographers are choosing personal projects that slow down time. Jason D. Page‘s film-based light painting […]

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How to Approach an Athlete Portrait Session in a Studio

How to Approach an Athlete Portrait Session in a Studio

Corey Rich is known for taking on big challenges when it comes to portraiture. He photographs high performance athletes under all sorts of extreme conditions. Whether he’s on a steep mountain slope or in a studio, he knows what it takes to create portraits that his subjects love. In this episode of his tutorial series, […]

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Using Innovative Paint Splashes & High Speed Photography for Stunning Results

Using Innovative Paint Splashes & High Speed Photography for Stunning Results

What happens when you give an artistic scientist a camera? Fabian Oefner, who we featured in a previous article, shows us in this peek into his studio in northwestern Switzerland: A self-described scientist, photographer, and artist, Oefner bases his projects around natural phenomena, which he tries to depict poetically. One of his inspirations is Jackson […]

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Stop-Motion Short Made from Hundreds of Long Exposure Light-Painted Photographs

Stop-Motion Short Made from Hundreds of Long Exposure Light-Painted Photographs

Darren Pearson’s still frame light paintings are impressive enough on their own. He uses flashlights in the dark to sketch out intricate figures. The forms he paints–angels, dinosaurs, aliens, sea creatures, and skeletons–are difficult for most of us to draw with pencil and paper, let alone with beams of light. Take a look at what […]

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