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Striving for Authenticity on Big Photography Projects

Striving for Authenticity on Big Photography Projects

Stephen Alvarez loves to tell stories. “The storytelling always drives what I do, but the technology enables storytelling that we just couldn’t do before,” he shares. See how his images speak to you in the video below: Alvarez has been a National Geographic photographer since 1995. He has covered expeditions and explorations all over the […]

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Portrait Lighting Basics with a One Light Setup

Portrait Lighting Basics with a One Light Setup

A one light setup is simple yet effective—and apparently, easy to do, as Jay P Morgan from The Slanted Lens explains it. He starts off by saying that “everything in the world is a ball, a cube or a cylinder.” A key light is used to highlight across the face, leaving a shadow line which drops […]

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Tips for Better Dance and Studio Photography

Tips for Better Dance and Studio Photography

RJ Muna is a creative photographer with more than 150 national awards under his belt. In this interview with Marc Silber, Muna talks about lighting and composition in his dance and studio photographs and his thought process when preparing for a shoot: Before he even picks up a camera, he thinks of what he’s trying […]

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New Penguin Camera Captures Incredible Photos and Video of Penguins in the Wild

New Penguin Camera Captures Incredible Photos and Video of Penguins in the Wild

The thing with wildlife documentaries is that you can’t get too close to the animals for fear of losing a limb. Another reason is because you want the animals to act as naturally as possible, and a lens poking out from behind the bushes can raise some red flags that they’re not alone. Special cameras […]

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Restaurants Starting to Ban Food Photography

Restaurants Starting to Ban Food Photography

Restaurants have begun prohibiting their customers from taking pictures of their food, the New York Times reports, citing several renowned chefs. Taking pictures of food is nothing new, but the growing number of diners who come to restaurants armed with cameras of all sorts has triggered photo bans all over the country. Just look up […]

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Photographer Proposes During Aurora Borealis Time-lapse Photography Sequence

Photographer Proposes During Aurora Borealis Time-lapse Photography Sequence

Sunsets, rainbows, waterfalls and fireworks: what do they have in common? They have been used countless times as backdrops for marriage proposals. For photographer Alex Rivest, it was the aurora borealis: Against the stunning views of the Northern Lights, he got down on one knee. This natural light display can be seen in high latitudes […]

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Perspectives on Adopting Photography Techniques

Perspectives on Adopting Photography Techniques

In this Master Series, Gregory Heisler discusses photography techniques and how they can hide your vision. You don’t want to be dependent on them because they can be very limiting. Once you strip a person of those techniques, you may find that there is nothing left. Heisler emphasizes that the answer to what causes a […]

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Incorporating Dance and Movement in Photography

Incorporating Dance and Movement in Photography

In this video, Sarah Silver goes in-depth about the similarities between dance photography and fashion photography, and how upon transitioning from one to the other, she found that there was little to no difference between the two. She also imparts valuable insights, along with several useful tips to help you create dynamic photographs filled with […]

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Photographing Cars in Bad Weather Conditions

Photographing Cars in Bad Weather Conditions

While it’s not entirely impossible to take photos in harsh conditions, there’s a lot to be desired when sticking one’s head and photography equipment out the window of a car going 100 km/h. Photographers Lauri Laukkanen and Sakari Mäkelä demonstrate how finding the right angle for a photo can be challenging in freezing cold weather, […]

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Sense of Sight as a Photographer

Sense of Sight as a Photographer

Making the decision to remove your eye is difficult for anyone, and even more so for photographers. Unlike blind musicians who can still hear their music, photographers must have their sense of sight to be able to compose photos properly. James Fabri is among those who have chosen to continue pursuing photography despite having only […]

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