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Timelapse: 10 Tips for Great Results

Timelapse: 10 Tips for Great Results

The trick to shoot epic timelapses is no longer a secret. Thanks to amazing gear and excellent post-processing tools you can start producing timelapses in no time at all. Jared Polin elaborates: Without a built-in intervalometer you will need to buy an external intervalometer, which will let you select the number of shots and the […]

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Flash Settings for Real Estate Photography

Flash Settings for Real Estate Photography

Shooting architecture photos using artificial lights can be a challenge. Real estate photographer Nathan Cool demonstrates how you can shoot with external lights using manual settings: Speedlight to moonlight power ratio As a general rule, Cool suggests the following ratio for speedlight and monolight. A speedlight firing at its full power (1/1) setting is the […]

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Wave Blending Tutorial for Seascape & Waterscape Photography

Wave Blending Tutorial for Seascape & Waterscape Photography

There’s more than one way of making an epic seascape photo. Instead of just one extremely long exposure, you could blend several shorter exposures. This video by Greg Benz is a useful guideline that you can use for your post-processing workflow: An important reason for this approach (a bunch of shorter exposures rather than one […]

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7 Unexpected Items That May Help with a Photo Shoot

7 Unexpected Items That May Help with a Photo Shoot

This list by Peter McKinnon includes familiar items like duck clamps and gaff tape, but it also includes tools and contraptions you’re probably not so familiar with. So, without further ado, here are seven things that you should have with you at your next photo shoot: 1. Duck Clamps Duck clamps are extremely versatile and […]

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Interior Real Estate Photography: 5 Tips for Better Results

Interior Real Estate Photography: 5 Tips for Better Results

If you’re into lifestyle, interior, or real estate photography, Mango Street has a few precise tips can help you get the best look for your photos: 1. Height and Perspective Shoot from the hip, rather than eye level. Shooting from eye level often creates unusual slanted lines in the frame. Most rooms have a plethora […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: River Sunset with ND Filter

Interesting Photo of the Day: River Sunset with ND Filter

There are sunsets and then there is this. Captured on the Beaver River up North, this image has been aptly described as simultaneously depressing and elating. Depressing, as very few have the opportunity to take time out of their daily grind to experience something like this in person, and elating because these moments do actually […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Tokyo Street Scene

Interesting Photo of the Day: Tokyo Street Scene

This photograph taken by Masashi Wakui of a rainy street scene in Tokyo is somewhat ethereal. While cityscapes shot from a distance tend to give a broad perspective and those shot from the air givesa birds-eye view, the real action is undoubtedly down at the street level: Wakui seems to have captured that beautifully in […]

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How to Photograph a Bottle of Wine

How to Photograph a Bottle of Wine

Photographing a bottle of wine is all about a shot that accentuates the product and makes it look enticing. The setup doesn’t have to be complicated. You can very well use bits and pieces to compose each aspect of the shot. As long as you have a set of workable frames you can bring them […]

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8-Bit vs 16-Bit Images Explained

8-Bit vs 16-Bit Images Explained

This is not a discussion on the prudence of shooting in RAW versus JPEG. It’s about understanding bit depth and how it can affect the quality of your images. Tutvid explains: What is Bit Depth? Bit depth refers to the amount of information your images carry. A standard JPEG image is an 8-bit image. An […]

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My Camera Won’t Focus: The 8 Most Common Problems

My Camera Won’t Focus: The 8 Most Common Problems

If you’re consistently struggling with poor auto-focus performance and want to know how you can improve, this video from Steve Perry is a treasure-trove of ideas that you can use. A camera’s auto-focusing performance depends on a number of aspects and any one of them can throw it haywire: 1. The Lens Needs to Be […]

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