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5 More Tips for Taking Pictures of Christmas Lights

5 More Tips for Taking Pictures of Christmas Lights

Are you frustrated because the pictures you take of Christmas lights turn out overexposed or underexposed? In this tutorial, Jay P. Morgan shares some useful tips to ensure your festive photos come out looking great: 1. Time of day is critical When shooting Christmas lights, the time of the day when you make your exposures […]

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Invisible Softbox Long Exposure Photography Trick

Invisible Softbox Long Exposure Photography Trick

If you want to start shooting product photography but don’t yet have the right gear, all is not lost. This trick allows you to get a softbox effect for around $20. Leo Rosas┬ádemonstrates: You’ll need a single LED light—a common tube light that you can find at any home improvement store. The technique involves using […]

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Interior Real Estate Photography: How to Light a Room

Interior Real Estate Photography: How to Light a Room

A room has five sides. Five sides? Yes. It actually has six, but since you’re not going to shoot a 360 degree perspective, for the point of this discussion there are only five sides. The purpose of this tutorial is to learn how to light up each of these five surfaces—the walls and the ceiling—so […]

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How to Photograph Stars in the Night Sky

How to Photograph Stars in the Night Sky

Love shooting long exposures of the night time sky but struggle with the exposure and other settings? This simple tutorial by Mango Street might just be what you need to get going: The Best Lens for Nighttime Long Exposure Photography The recommended lens for night time sky/star photography is a wide angle with a fast, […]

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10 Ways to Photograph the Same Scene with Lighting and Camera Setups

10 Ways to Photograph the Same Scene with Lighting and Camera Setups

What do you do when you’re short on time, but your client wants a number of unique images to choose from? Get creative! This wonderful video from SLR Lounge shares amazing insight into how you can set up your artificial light, combine it with the ambient lighting, and use your experience with different lenses, composition […]

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Beauty Dish Portrait Lighting Tutorial

Beauty Dish Portrait Lighting Tutorial

A beauty dish creates harsh, directional light. It doesn’t actually produce beautiful light. And yet it’s called a beauty dish! I you haven’t yet mastered how to consistently create good light, a beauty dish will only accentuate your lack of knowledge and your subject’s skin flaws. So when and how should you use a beauty […]

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7 Tips to Improve Your Street Photography

7 Tips to Improve Your Street Photography

Street photography is probably one of the most difficult genres of photography to get into. Just the getting into bit is difficult because of the inhibitions. The whole idea of having to stand in front of a complete stranger and taking a picture can be intimidating. Eduardo Pavez Goye has some ideas to make this […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Abandoned Chicago Highway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Abandoned Chicago Highway

How do you get an eerily empty shot of an otherwise busy highway—completely devoid of vehicles, like some post-apocalyptic scenario? You stack 50 exposures together. That’s exactly how photographer Michael Salisbury created this image:. Salisbury made the original images using a Phase One iQ 180, a medium format camera. Salisbury explains that he usually takes […]

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How to Maintain Privacy When Sharing Pictures of Your Children Online

How to Maintain Privacy When Sharing Pictures of Your Children Online

While a lot of people don’t mind posting photos of their kids online, photographer Marcin Lewandowski is against the idea of showing his child’s face on social media. But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to share photos at all. If you feel the same, you might be interested in his suggestions for other ways […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Waterfall of Clouds

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Waterfall of Clouds

Norway’s rugged yet beautiful natural landscape pulls thousands of visitors each year to its shores. It’s a unique mixture of beauty and thrill that attracts landscape photographers, hikers, and adventure seekers to explore and appreciate. Photographer epaavola lives in Helsinki, Finland—a 1500 kilometer drive to Senja, where they shot this picture by drone: Senja is […]

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