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Interesting Photo of the Day: The Milky Way Erupts from a Volcano

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Milky Way Erupts from a Volcano

This might be one of the most fascinating nature photos you’ve ever seen. Is that the Milky Way shooting out from a blazing volcano? Landscape astrophotographer Albert Dros shot this photo of an erupting volcano in Guatemala: Dros became interested in shooting this volcano when his younger brother sent him back some images from his […]

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Foreground Depth Photography Tips on Composition

Foreground Depth Photography Tips on Composition

Beaches are usually a sort of visual chaos. There’s sand, surf, and the sun. But there are also rocks and tidal pools. More often than not, it’s easier to create a photograph that resonates when you simplify the composition. But how do you simplify such a scene? The answer is to use a mix of […]

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Photograph a Group of Products with a Speedlight: Tutorial

Photograph a Group of Products with a Speedlight: Tutorial

You don’t always need a myriad of lights and accessories to produce great product photos. As a budding photographer dabbling in product photography, this must sound like exciting news to you. As you will see in this video, all you need is one light and a an idea about how to use the Lighten blending […]

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Crop Factor Demystified

Crop Factor Demystified

As a photography enthusiast you’re surely heard the term crop factor. You may even have heard pro photographers talk about “35mm equivalent” or the lesser used “35mm focal length equivalent.” There are a few other related terms like crop sensor. If you’ve always wondered about crop factor and how it impacts your photography, this short […]

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5 Tips for Bouncing Flash at Wedding Receptions

5 Tips for Bouncing Flash at Wedding Receptions

Bouncing a flash is often the only viable technique to quickly expose for a photo in a fast changing scenario. Take a wedding reception, for example. Hopping from one room to another and one lighting scenario to the next, a photographer has very little time to adjust to the changing light. If you’re working with […]

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Portrait Sharpening Photoshop Tutorial

Portrait Sharpening Photoshop Tutorial

The typical way to sharpen a photo in post-production involves global sharpening. But you have the subject’s eyes, their clothing, facial hair, and so on to think about. You don’t necessarily want to sharpen all of these elements to the same degree. Aaron Nace from Phlearn shares his technique for giving portraits the right amount […]

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Ambrotype Photography in the Modern World

Ambrotype Photography in the Modern World

Conflict photographer Kurt Moser has travelled the world shooting war zones for more than 30 years. He has been through and captured scenes that no one should ever see. That has driven him to pursue something completely different: beauty. He now spends time capturing images of the Italian countryside. His favorite photography tool is a […]

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How to Use a White Backdrop with Studio Portrait Photos

How to Use a White Backdrop with Studio Portrait Photos

A white wall is more versatile than you might think. If you have a perfectly white wall in your studio (or you can create one using some props) you have a background that you can manipulate to create any number of different looks. Mark Wallace from Adorama explains the 50 Shades of White: For this […]

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Film Photography is Still Alive

Film Photography is Still Alive

This is 2018, and every few months or so, photography technology makes a giant leap forward. This is the era of digital photography, well and truly. More and more people are taking up photography because it is extremely easy to do so. And yet, there are people who have persisted with film. Not only that, […]

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Portrait Photography with Hard Light

Portrait Photography with Hard Light

Soft is the universal favorite when it comes to shooting studio portraits, because it’s so flattering. But hard light can be a pleasantly effective and interesting light source, too—provided you know how to use it. Daniel Norton from Adorama, with ample help from his puppet, explains how to pull off some interesting keepers using hard light […]

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