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5 Ideas for Photography Inspiration

5 Ideas for Photography Inspiration

Finding inspiration is sometimes a major challenge. As strange as it seems, going out, camera in hand, and finding a subject is often more difficult than the actual process of photographing. In this video, Chelsea Northrup shares five tips on how to inspire yourself and find subjects to shoot: 1. Find a muse and keep […]

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Unusual Ideas for Photographing The Bean in Chicago

Unusual Ideas for Photographing The Bean in Chicago

Abstract imagery can be one of the most powerful forms of visual communication. While traditional photography is consumed with the idea of details, exposure, white balance, and the rules of photography, abstract photography depends more on forms, colors, and shapes to communicate ideas. True, abstract photography can often be misunderstood, but it can also make […]

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How Focal Length Affects the Background of a Photo

How Focal Length Affects the Background of a Photo

The choice of lens for your camera can significantly affect two major aspects of your photos: the angle of view that you capture and the extent of background distortion. But hang on a second. Does changing the focal length only determine background compression? This eye-opening video proves otherwise: Angle of View Before we get into background […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Foggy Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Foggy Sunrise

If you thought the thumbnail for today’s photo had an unmistakable Blade Runner vibe, you wouldn’t be the first one to think so. This image by Albert Dros is both creepy and ethereal at the same time: Dros shot this image with a Sony a7R III paired with a 100–400 lens zoomed out all the way […]

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This Trick Will Make Drinks Look Hot in Your Photos

This Trick Will Make Drinks Look Hot in Your Photos

Sometimes, creating a simple effect for a shoot can become a bit of a hassle. Let’s say you want to make an image of a cup of hot coffee. How difficult can it be? There’s a cup of coffee with steam emanating out of it, and you make a shot. You only realize when you […]

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Car Photography in Motion: 8 Tips

Car Photography in Motion: 8 Tips

If you always wanted to shoot rolling car shots, here is a video you simply can’t overlook. Moe Zainal shares the tricks, tips, and safety elements to keep in mind when attempting moving car photography: 1. Safety First things first. Don’t overlook safety precautions before trying out something like this. Zainal wanted to go into […]

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Action Photography: AF Modes for Nikon Cameras

Action Photography: AF Modes for Nikon Cameras

If you get action photography right, it’s extremely gratifying. All those breathtaking images of fast action are pretty intriguing. If you don’t get it right, you end up with a lot of unwanted blur and missed opportunities. In this video, Steve Perry explains some of the tricks that he uses to shoot action photos: Though […]

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Are You Progressing as a Photographer? Here are 5 Signs

Are You Progressing as a Photographer? Here are 5 Signs

How can you tell whether or not you’re improving as a photographer? Mark Denney shares five self-analysis tools that will show you if your photograph skills are getting better: 1. Better Composition One of the easiest way to assess whether your compositional skills are improving is to revisit your old photographs. Many times after the […]

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5 Fire Photography Tips & Ideas

5 Fire Photography Tips & Ideas

Normally, photography and fire don’t mix. But COOPH has a few ideas to heat up your photography: Tell a Story Use matchsticks or anything else flammable that you can find to use as props. Turn them into characters by drawing or painting faces on them. Secure them in place and set them on fire. Let […]

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How to Capture Bokeh in Your Photos

How to Capture Bokeh in Your Photos

The word bokeh, which has been taken from the Japanese dictionary, means blur or out of focus. But the word assumes a much larger definition when used in the context of photography. Suddenly blur is good and background blur is ‘bokehlicious’. But how do you capture bokeh? How do you make your background (and/or foreground) […]

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