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Quick Tips for Using Color Gels in Photography Lighting

Quick Tips for Using Color Gels in Photography Lighting

Gels are pieces of colored plastic which you attach to the front of your artificial light source (strobes / flashes) to either change the color temperature of the light or get some creative effects going. If the ambient light in the room is dominant, you can use gels to match the color of your artificial […]

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Rare Cloud Formation Over North Dakota: Timelapse Photography

Rare Cloud Formation Over North Dakota: Timelapse Photography

Mike Olbinski is a storm chaser and a landscape photographer. He specializes in collecting footage of supercells, tornadoes, lightning, and everything else that he finds interesting. He chases storms all spring across the United States. But, he usually doesn’t release his work until after the end of the season. However, this particular phenomenon is a […]

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Why Hand Placement Matters in Couples Portrait Photography

Why Hand Placement Matters in Couples Portrait Photography

Hands play a crucial role in wedding photography (and, for that matter, any type of photography). If your subjects’ hands aren’t placed carefully, an otherwise great photo might be ruined. This video from SLR Lounge is all about posing your subjects so that their hands and other “natural pointers” tell the story you want to tell: The human hand is […]

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How to Use the Gradient Filter in Lightroom for Editing Landscape Photos

How to Use the Gradient Filter in Lightroom for Editing Landscape Photos

The gradient filter tool in Lightroom is pretty powerful. It works and behaves like the neutral density filters that we use in everyday photography. Using the Lightroom filters, however, requires a slightly different approach to what you might be used to. Joshua Cripps explains: First things first, the graduated filter can be easily accessed from the top right Develop […]

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How to Remove Dust From Your Photos with the Visualize Spots Tool

How to Remove Dust From Your Photos with the Visualize Spots Tool

Dust is a constant occupational hazard for us photographers. We have to deal with it on an everyday basis. Thankfully, there are a number of methods by which it can be taken care of. Finding these dust particles, however, can be difficult. It can be a time-consuming affair. This simple tip can help make it much easier to […]

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Move Your Feet to Change Your Photography Perspective

Move Your Feet to Change Your Photography Perspective

Perspective doesn’t change the same way when you zoom your lens versus when you move your feet (zoom with your feet). Understanding this difference can help you overcome challenges when you’re out in the field shooting. This video from The Slanted Lens demonstrates how to change your perspective and shoot great portraits: The key to great […]

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Breathtaking Canary Island Timelapse Photography

Breathtaking Canary Island Timelapse Photography

From glorious sunsets to breathtaking night skies, to stunning landscapes and amazing light trails, this three and a half minute timelapse by FilmSpektakel has it. Tenerife Unknown celebrates Tenerife—the largest of all the inhabited Canary Islands—and its breathtaking beauty: The plan was to spend a few days and nights photographing some of the most beautiful tourist spots […]

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How and When to Use the Graduated and Radial Filter Tools in Lightroom

How and When to Use the Graduated and Radial Filter Tools in Lightroom

Lightroom filters are very useful for adjusting exposure, white balance, and other settings in selected parts of your images. When used correctly, they can transform any image from good to great. This video from Phlearn introduces graduated and radial filters to beginner Lightroom users: Both the graduated and the radial filters are located at the […]

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7 Camera Shortcuts for Nikon Photographers

7 Camera Shortcuts for Nikon Photographers

There are certain camera functions we use all the time but that take up lots of our time without us realizing it. Steve Perry shares seven Nikon camera shortcuts that can significantly ease your workload: 1. Quickly Zoom to 100% Photographers often zoom in to check focus. Instead of pressing the + or – keys, press down […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Howdy, Photographer!

Interesting Photo of the Day: Howdy, Photographer!

When you attempt to capture close-up photos of wildlife with your camera, the checklist of composition and technicalities is unending. But what if wildlife decides to change all the rules? Photographer DieterMeyrl shot this image on a wildlife photography expedition. This inquisitive Eurasian kingfisher decided to spice things up by flying in and sitting on the camera as […]

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