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Interesting Photo of the Day: Elephant Reaches for Photographer’s Camera

Interesting Photo of the Day: Elephant Reaches for Photographer’s Camera

The one tip that all wildlife pro-togs will give you is to stay a fair distance away when you photograph wild animals. One look at this photo, and you might be convinced that the photographer got it horribly wrong. Until you realize that the shot was taken at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, […]

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How to Imitate Window Light Inside a Studio

How to Imitate Window Light Inside a Studio

How do you create soft window light for a shoot in an artificially lit indoor room without an actual widow? Jay P Morgan takes us through the paces, explaining how he did it: Before we begin let’s talk about window light. Window light is a large natural light source, so it’s soft and produces very […]

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How to Sync Strobes to a Camera

How to Sync Strobes to a Camera

Now that you have your strobes, you must be thinking about the best way to sync them with your camera. Your answer is here. Jay P Morgan from The Slanted Lens demonstrates three ways to sync your camera with your strobes: 1. Using a Sync Cable The most reliable and the simplest way of syncing […]

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Eye-Catching Portraits on a Boring Background Photo Tutorial

Eye-Catching Portraits on a Boring Background Photo Tutorial

Stuck at home? Lost for ideas? Have a boring wall? Think again. You may have everything you need, boring wall notwithstanding. What you’re missing is a fresh perspective. Highlight Your Wrinkles demonstrates: Apart from some artificial lights, you’ll need a few pieces of foam core, which you can find at a hardware or craft store. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Surfer Under Auroras

Interesting Photo of the Day: Surfer Under Auroras

This amazing photo makes you stop and wonder how the photographer did it. Several elements had to come together at the right moment in order for this image to be possible. The Northern Lights, the crashing of waves, the position of the surfer, and the moon: For a picture like this, you need a clear night, good surf, and […]

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Tips for Photographing a Chiseled Jawline

Tips for Photographing a Chiseled Jawline

One of the keys to shooting great portraits of men is to give them a chiseled jawline. In just 60 seconds, Pye Jirsa from SLR Lounge demonstrates how to incorporate this technique in your portrait photography to give your model a masculine, defined jawline: Step one is to take a quick reference shot. Next, ask […]

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Focus Stacking Tutorial for Landscape Photographers

Focus Stacking Tutorial for Landscape Photographers

Focus stacking is the technique of blending together multiple exposures of the same scene. These exposures are exactly the same, except for one aspect: the focus point. The idea behind this technique is to create an image with a larger depth of field than what is possible with a single image. Mark Denney explains: The […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Aurora Over Iceland

Interesting Photo of the Day: Aurora Over Iceland

A display of the Northern Lights is a breathtaking experience for anyone. Seeing this amazing natural phenomenon is often a once in a lifetime experience. For Michael Pistono, that eventful evening was a memorable one, when the gods finally smiled upon him and gave him the opportunity to record what he saw: The weather leading […]

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Headshot Photography Workflow

Headshot Photography Workflow

Headshot photography doesn’t need to have a very complicated approach. All it takes is the right setup and honest collaboration between the photographer and the client. It also requires great knowledge of lighting a face, and last but not least, great interpersonal skills. Vanessa Joy demonstrates what it takes to make great headshots: Joy likes […]

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Photographing Models: Dos and Don’ts

Photographing Models: Dos and Don’ts

Working with models is tough. As the photographer, you’re responsible not only for your own work but also for the outcome of the model. So what will make or break the shoot? Manny and Diana Ortiz have a few pointers to share: The Dos of Photographing Models Always give positive feedback. It’s easy to get caught up […]

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