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Interesting Photo of the Day: Dark Spot of Venus Crossing in Front of the Sun

Interesting Photo of the Day: Dark Spot of Venus Crossing in Front of the Sun

Solar eclipses are a highly-anticipated event by photographers all over the world. Normally, this means watching out for the perfect moment when the Earth’s moon eclipses the sun, but last June, it was Venus that took the spotlight. Pictured below is our sun in three colors of ultraviolet light with the dark spot of Venus […]

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Slow Motion Photo Booth Making Waves in the Wedding Photography Industry

Slow Motion Photo Booth Making Waves in the Wedding Photography Industry

At major events such as birthdays, weddings or christenings, it’s fast becoming a staple to come across a photo booth or at least a designated picture-taking area for guests to enjoy. Not only is it very Facebook-friendly, it also doubles as a guestbook for the celebrants. In the case of this wedding, a group called sfst came […]

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Timelapse Photography Used to Show London Train Ride in 30 Year Increments

Timelapse Photography Used to Show London Train Ride in 30 Year Increments

Timelapse videos are great for showing how much or how little things have changed over the year. The BBC made their own version of a then and now segment featuring a train ride from from London and Brighton. The duration of the trip varies, but what is usually an hour-long trip is compressed into just […]

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Ink Droplets in Water: Creative High Speed Photography

Ink Droplets in Water: Creative High Speed Photography

Ink drops have been a favorite among photographers when it comes to shooting liquids. Perhaps it’s because of the freedom to choose any color and combination which makes for an unlimited number of possibilities. Photographers and videographers have explored different ways to capture the beauty of ink drops over the years. The result? Yet another […]

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Interesting Daily Photo: Dust & Helicopters in the Desert, the Kopp-Etchells Effect

Interesting Daily Photo: Dust & Helicopters in the Desert, the Kopp-Etchells Effect

Dust accumulating on helicopter blades doesn’t often yield any interesting imagery, but in certain situations the tiny particles atop helicopters in the desert light up. It’s an interesting effect, the exact cause of which has been debated: One former Green Beret argues it’s called the Kopp-Etchells effect, and was named that in memory of two […]

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Shark Week Photo of the Day: Great White Shark Spotted While Diving in South Australia

Shark Week Photo of the Day: Great White Shark Spotted While Diving in South Australia

Some photographers would jump at the chance to photograph great white sharks, but only from a very safe distance, preferably with a few inches of sturdy glass between them. It takes a special breed to get in the water with these beautiful creatures and photograph them up close and personal while they are in their […]

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Cover Photography for a Classical Music Album: How it Was Done

Cover Photography for a Classical Music Album: How it Was Done

Shooting a music video in a day is already a challenge in itself even if you have a cinematographer like Joel Kesler on your team. To make matters even more complicated, Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong also had to shoot the cover artwork on the same day. See how Von Wong Kesler, and their talented team managed to […]

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Tips for Managing Staff on a Big Photography Production

Tips for Managing Staff on a Big Photography Production

As a photographer, it is up to you to learn how to manage your team no matter how big or small it may be. On bigger productions, it becomes even more challenging because chances are you will be dealing with people you have never met before. Photographer Zach Sutton shares some tips on how he […]

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Tips for Better Street Photography: Day-to-Day Life

Tips for Better Street Photography: Day-to-Day Life

Photographer Kevin Meredith (aka Lomokev) takes his camera everywhere he goes. His name comes from the popular Lomo camera, which is just one out of the many cameras he has in his collection. When asked about his photography style, he says it has everything to do with capturing moments as they happen. It’s just day […]

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Gym & Fitness Lifestyle Photography Techniques

Gym & Fitness Lifestyle Photography Techniques

Just like with any other product photography, gym and fitness clothing also entails some adjustments to your technique. Movement, color and timing are just some factors to consider because even though your product itself is an inanimate object, your model isn’t. This video from Lear Miller should help you figure out how to better capture […]

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