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How to do Off-Camera Flash Photography with Canon Speedlites

How to do Off-Camera Flash Photography with Canon Speedlites

Being faced with the prospect of using off-camera flash sends many new photographers running for the hills. Learning to use flash effectively can be overwhelming, and it may seem easier to painstakingly seek out perfect, natural light for every photo shoot. However, gaining fluency with artificial lighting increases a photographer’s versatility. Flash allows the photographer […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Oregon Couple Doesn’t Let a Wildfire Ruin Their Wedding

Interesting Photo of the Day: Oregon Couple Doesn’t Let a Wildfire Ruin Their Wedding

April Hartley’s and Michael Wolber’s wedding at Rock Springs Ranch near Bend, Oregon was anything but ordinary. As the ceremony was about to begin, the couple and their guests were told the venue must be evacuated due to a dangerous wildfire in the area. But that didn’t stop the love birds from enjoying their day. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Hanging Out Above Times Square

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hanging Out Above Times Square

Some people will do anything for an adrenaline rush and a good photo. In this case, the photographer sits barefoot, seemingly atop a skyscraper high above Times Square: Photos like this one are becoming more and more commonplace as climbers and photographers compete to outdo one another. Remember the thrill-seekers who climbed the tallest building […]

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The Changing Perception of “Snapshot” Photography

The Changing Perception of “Snapshot” Photography

When’s the last time your printed one of your photographs? We live in an age of immediacy. It’s not unheard of to take several pictures a day and share them on Facebook within seconds of their capture. But with the speed of life, our online images are also quickly forgotten. Gone are the days of […]

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Boxing Photography Setup and Direction Techniques

Boxing Photography Setup and Direction Techniques

Los Angeles photographer Mark Singerman excels at capturing environmental portraits of both celebrities and everyday people. His use of contextual backdrops and his ease in working with his subjects give his photographs a meaningful sense of place and personality. Watch Singerman at work, as he skillfully directs, lights, and photographs professional boxer Fernando Guerrero at […]

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One Small Bag of Skateboard Photography Equipment for Any Situation

One Small Bag of Skateboard Photography Equipment for Any Situation

Suppose you want to shoot on location but you don’t have access to a car or a crew to move equipment. Impossible? With the right setup, it doesn’t have to be. Photographers work and travel in all sorts of situations. The key to success is assembling an appropriate set of equipment that works for a […]

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Rare Lenticular Clouds Phenomenon Captured with Timelapse Photography

Rare Lenticular Clouds Phenomenon Captured with Timelapse Photography

Most photographers shoot still photographs to capture precise moments in time. Timelapse photographers take hundreds or thousands of images at fixed intervals to portray the passage of time. The images are played back consecutively to condense hours into minutes or seconds. New Zealander Bevan Percival records surreal timelapse photography sequences in beautiful landscapes. Watch his […]

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10 Photography Life Hacks to Save Time and Money

10 Photography Life Hacks to Save Time and Money

If you’re not careful, photography can become a very expensive hobby. There’s always something new to buy. However, many camera accessories on the market can be simulated with items you already own. Check out these 10 photography hacks from DRTV that will keep you organized and save you money: 1. Geotag your photos without a […]

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Renting vs. Buying Photography Gear

Renting vs. Buying Photography Gear

Photographers love their gear. And there’s never a shortage of new cameras, lenses, and lighting equipment to drool over. While it’s tempting to buy the latest and greatest, you shouldn’t overlook the benefits of using rental services. In this PhotoShelter webinar, Brian Tetrault from LensProToGo discusses the advantages of renting photography gear: Why rent? It’s […]

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Night Photography Using Light Painting and Exposure Stacking

Night Photography Using Light Painting and Exposure Stacking

Photographs made using advanced light painting techniques often look as if they’d require a crew of a dozen assistants to achieve. But some artists have developed creative methods for making these elaborate images single-handedly. Photographer Russell Brown creates complex light paintings on his own using a Westcott Ice Light, colored gels, textural patterns, and exposure […]

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