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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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Discussion: How Much Photo Editing is Too Much?

Discussion: How Much Photo Editing is Too Much?

Both Photoshop and Lightroom (and any other photo editing software, for that matter) are incredible tools in the hands of photo editors. They help us to clean errors and adjust minor imperfections and in general produce a better image than the one that was captured in camera. But as with all technology, there is a […]

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How to Create a Window Backdrop for Your Studio Portrait Setup

How to Create a Window Backdrop for Your Studio Portrait Setup

A simple, solid seamless backdrop has more than the obvious applications. With a bit of creativity, you can transform it into a dungeon wall complete with a window, as Jay P Morgan demonstrates: For this particular setting, Morgan used a charcoal gray seamless and cut an arched shaped window into it. He used tape to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Radiant Flowers in Darkness

Interesting Photo of the Day: Radiant Flowers in Darkness

A dramatic Icelandic sky never fails to mesmerize. And then when someone adds a foreground subject as beautiful as this, it becomes even more breathtaking: Albert Dros shot this photo in Iceland. The bright white and yellow daisies form a stunning contrast to the darkness of the gray clouds and the overall dark palette of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Surreal View of an Old Barn

Interesting Photo of the Day: Surreal View of an Old Barn

There’s something special about a quiet, rural scene at night. Many photographers spend hours upon hours looking for the perfect barn and the ideal conditions to capture the ultimate landscape under a twinkling sky. This shot in Maricopa, CA, as captured by MattsRod, is a good specimen. It shows a breathtaking view of calm waters and […]

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Creative Jealousy and How to Deal With It As a Photographer

Creative Jealousy and How to Deal With It As a Photographer

Jealousy is a primal human emotion. We often feel resentment when we see someone more successful than us. A better photographer. A better singer. A better anything. This video by Sean Tucker is a must watch for anyone suffering from creative jealousy: The source resentment and jealousy can be (and usually is) from within. It […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount Hood Breaking Through the Clouds

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount Hood Breaking Through the Clouds

This breathtaking image by Steve Schwindt is everything you’d expect from a golden hour landscape photo. It has great details of Mount Hood, mesmerizing shadow areas in the form of snow-decked coniferous trees, and a sky that is an indescribable combination of blue, flaming orange, and grey. To top it all off, the snow covered foreground […]

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Tips and Techniques for Memorable Street Photography

Tips and Techniques for Memorable Street Photography

Ben Lowy from Adorama has been shooting a lot of different photography genres for several years now. He started off as a conflict photographer, then moved on to sports, then fashion—and now underwater photography. But in this video, he shares his best tips for street photography: His inspiration to shoot street photography comes from walking around […]

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