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Interesting Photo of the Day: Blue Angels and Oracle Biplane Formation

Interesting Photo of the Day: Blue Angels and Oracle Biplane Formation

Photographer Christopher Mezzavilla had the opportunity to do a photo shoot with the Oracle biplane flying in tandem with F-18s from the Blue Angels in San Francisco: The Oracle bi-plane is a custom designed aircraft that has been specially put together for stunt flying. It is claimed that the biplane can reach a maximum speed […]

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Woodland Photography Tips

Woodland Photography Tips

Overcast days are great for shooting photos in the woods. You can experiment with photographing streams, waterfalls, trees, mushrooms and so on. However, shooting on overcast days and in dimly lit environments requires some planning and a meticulous approach. The following tips from Ross Hoddinot of NatureTTL will help: Don’t Include the Sky If you’re […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Change of Seasons in Patagonia

Interesting Photo of the Day: Change of Seasons in Patagonia

Max Rive‘s breathtaking image of Patagonia could very well be passed off as a painting. Look closely and you’ll be surprised at the incredible amount of detail that this image offers. The lovely, vibrant colors of the forest, interrupted abruptly with the snow-clad mountains tell a contrasting story. And the sun streaking through the branches […]

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How to Avoid Double Chins in Portrait Photography

How to Avoid Double Chins in Portrait Photography

The dreaded double chin. As a portrait photographer, it’s your duty to make your models look great in their portraits. Here are five surefire ways to reduce the appearance of a double chin in your portrait photos from the Koldunov Brothers: 1. Move the Head Forward Ask your subject to push their head slightly forward and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: ISS Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: ISS Long Exposure

Nineteen year old Marcus Cote is a college student and an amateur photographer based out of the Space Coast of Florida. He’s currently working on  a 365 day photo challenge. This photo is a part of that ongoing process: On a day that the ISS was making a high angle and high magnitude pass, Cote set […]

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What Makes a Photographer a Photographer?

What Makes a Photographer a Photographer?

With the technology of photography having evolved in leaps and bounds, with the whole process of image making having become inherently simple, the distinction between a photographer and an amateur camera-wielder has simply vanished. What was once nothing short of magic has become commonplace. But has that improved the quality of photography? If image making […]

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Photographing Athletes Hanging from a Skyscraper

Photographing Athletes Hanging from a Skyscraper

Benjamin Von Wong is never shy to accept a challenge, be it swimming with sharks several feet underwater or shooting in bad weather. So when Nike put the ball in his court, he was game: The challenge? Suspend a subject 36 floors up a building face using a harness. To make matters more complicated, his […]

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Milky Way Panorama Photo Tutorial

Milky Way Panorama Photo Tutorial

A Milky Way panorama is the sort of image that every photographer probably wants to have in their portfolio. The more dramatic, the better. While the choice of location is up to you, there’s much more to getting a great shot. Milky Way Mike shares the basics of stitching a Milky Way panorama and other […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: LED Mushrooms Under the Stars

Interesting Photo of the Day: LED Mushrooms Under the Stars

Rod Evans loves long exposure photography. Though his repertoire extends beyond just dragging the shutter, one look at his portfolio and you’re bound to get what he loves to shoot. He also loves creating composite images. This seemingly impossible shot is actually a composite of several images: Evans’s technique for creating these mushrooms was developed by […]

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How to Shut Off Your Inner Critic During Photo Shoots

How to Shut Off Your Inner Critic During Photo Shoots

Imagine you’re at a photo shoot. You have models waiting for instructions, clients waiting for their creatives, and then something happens. Your inner critic takes over. So much so that it becomes difficult to work with any degree of freedom. Your every move, your every change of camera setting, and your every shot is vehemently […]

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