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Comparing Diffusion Materials for Photography Lighting

Comparing Diffusion Materials for Photography Lighting

As many photographers switch from using strobes to using continuous lighting for their photo shoots, they need solutions to avoid the 1950s-era hard light look caused by using unmodified, direct light. Diffusion softens and shapes light to flatter models and change the feel of an image. Because there are practically limitless choices when it comes […]

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In-Depth Wedding Photography Seminar with a Staged Wedding

In-Depth Wedding Photography Seminar with a Staged Wedding

Without the hands-on experience that comes only from attending a live ceremony, it’s challenging to improve wedding photography or to envision the techniques of master wedding photographers. But this presentation givesĀ us a chance to see an acclaimed wedding photographer at work by staging and recording a mock wedding at the West Side Jewish Center in […]

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How to Raise Money for a Photography Project with Kickstarter

How to Raise Money for a Photography Project with Kickstarter

If cost is holding you back from carrying out your dream photography project, you may be able to find supporters to help you get started. Careful planning increases the likelihood that you’ll find eager financial backers. Stephanie Pereira, art program director for Kickstarter, presents a primer on how to launch a campaign to fund your […]

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How to Create Cinematic Style Photography and Lighting

How to Create Cinematic Style Photography and Lighting

Theatrical lighting produces stunning photographs that look like stills from Hollywood films. But these types of images can be made using common photo equipment. Lauri Laukkanen provides a quick tutorial showcasing the set-ups he used to create dramatic lighting in two photos from his WWII-inspired photo series. For both photos, he used three lights in […]

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Why Photograph Your Food? Why Not Photograph a Stranger’s Food?

Why Photograph Your Food? Why Not Photograph a Stranger’s Food?

The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem. A food photography problem, that is. Instagram is riddled with pictures of photographers’ meals. Ranging from simple meals at home to extravagant fare at the fanciest of restaurants, the abundant photos of food make you wonder if the person behind the lens ever eats […]

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Watch a Top Canadian Portrait Photographer at Work

Watch a Top Canadian Portrait Photographer at Work

While some artists study for years to master their craft, Christopher Wahl hasn’t taken a single class. Yet he’s also never had a job title other than portrait photographer. Wahl, who lives in Toronto, has created energetic, soulful portraits for over 20 years. His portfolio includes breathtaking photographs of celebrities and political figures that have […]

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