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Infographic of Critical Photography Concepts

Infographic of Critical Photography Concepts

The journey from shooting 100 percent in auto mode to experimenting in manual mode can be a little daunting. Part of the problem is that when you’re starting out in photography there are a handful of technical terms that can act as barriers to growth. The team at The Backdrop Store recently created this cheat […]

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Night Photography Tips: Infographic

Night Photography Tips: Infographic

Night photography offers photographers the chance to create mysterious, beautiful, and exciting images through the use of creative exposure. The following visual aid will give you an introduction to the basics of night photography and how to properly expose images in low light: Infographic provided courtesy of phototechniques.info. When taking photos at night it is […]

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Canon EOS-1D X Mark II

Canon EOS-1D X Mark II

Delivering Precise and Reliable Performance with Versatility for Any Photo or Video Professional MELVILLE, N.Y. – Rising to meet the rigorous and evolving demands of professional photographers and videographers, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, is proud to announce the new EOS-1D X Mark II DSLR camera. With a new 20.2 megapixel 35mm […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Trailing the Canaries

Interesting Photo of the Day: Trailing the Canaries

Every year, NASA hosts Tournament: Earth, where voters choose one remarkable image taken from space. This year, the winning image was snapped by the Terra satellite’s unfathomably powerful Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer. It depicts the Canary Islands confusingly looking like they’re swimming north: What the image, taken June 15, 2013, actually shows is the way the wind moves the water […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: American Pharoah on the Cover of Sports Illustrated

Interesting Photo of the Day: American Pharoah on the Cover of Sports Illustrated

This year, a three-year-old American Thoroughbred racehorse, American Pharoah, achieved something no other horse has in the past 37 years. He won the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and Belmont Stakes, earning him the Triple Crown. The June 15, 2015, cover of Sports Illustrated both celebrates the horse’s victory and shows us how technology has changed […]

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Camera Exposure Infographic

Camera Exposure Infographic

As photographers we capture certain amounts of light every single time we take a picture. Knowing how exposure works and how to use your camera settings correctly will greatly increase your skills as a photographer. The visual below details all the basics on exposure to get you started: Infographic provided courtesy of phototechniques.info. The key […]

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Experimenting with Manual Exposure and Timing in Street Photography

Experimenting with Manual Exposure and Timing in Street Photography

Experimenting with manual settings on your camera and snapping at just the right time can help capture effective street photos. Photojournalist and street photographer Antonio Olmos in this video, shares some tips on how he captures pictures while out and about on the streets of London: Explaining how he only had a split second to […]

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Asian Photography Stereotypes

Asian Photography Stereotypes

Every type of artist has a stereotype: the painter wears glasses and a beret, the rock star has long hair and does a lot of drugs, the writer is poor and drinks frequently. The photographer is no exception in this respect. Many of us share the same quirks, and Youtube group JinnyboyTV pokes fun at […]

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Interior Composition in Architecture Photography

Interior Composition in Architecture Photography

(Rewind) Taking eye-catching photographs of interiors is more difficult than simply pointing and shooting. To compose an effective image, it takes some forethought and careful consideration of your surroundings. To improve our understanding of photographic composition, professional photographer Scott Hargis provides this very helpful insider look into the art of interior photography: Shooting as wide […]

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