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Macro Photography on a Budget Tutorial

Macro Photography on a Budget Tutorial

The entry into the world of macro photography often starts with the macro mode on a point & shoot camera. But for DSLR shooters the it’s a bit more complicated. You’ll need either a dedicated macro lens, which is expensive, special adapters for reverse mounting a lens, or extension tubes. Adam Kappa explains how to […]

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Tips for Taking Your Photography Composition to the Next Level

Tips for Taking Your Photography Composition to the Next Level

What is the most important thing for storytelling with your photography? Composition! This video from Mango Street is a quick refresher on the most important aspects of composition: Rule of Thirds The rule of thirds divides the entire frame into nine equal rectangles like a tic-tac-toe board. These are created using two sets of intersecting […]

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How to Photograph the Milky Way in Places with Light Pollution

How to Photograph the Milky Way in Places with Light Pollution

In this short yet detailed video tutorial, Ian Norman dissects an incredibly useful process of photographing the Milky Way in really difficult conditions. The technique, known as “expose to the right” (ETTR), overcomes conditions of extreme light pollution which are normally unsuitable for photographing the Milky Way: Photographers striving to capture the Milky Way crave […]

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Creative Macro Photography of Everyday Things

Creative Macro Photography of Everyday Things

Being imaginative is part of the job of being a creative photographer. But many photographers don’t walk the extra mile to get unique images. That, however, doesn’t apply to Dennis Bohman. I use a macro lens to photograph ordinary things in imaginative ways Bohman is a Swedish photographer based out of Gothenburg. He has this […]

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How to Light Any Subject: A Cinematography Tutorial

How to Light Any Subject: A Cinematography Tutorial

The world around us is a complex mix of reflective, transparent and neutral surfaces. Each of these surfaces don’t reflect light the same way as the other. That means as photographers we have to factor in the reflectance of each of these surfaces that we are photographing when lighting. Director / cinematographer Matthew Rosen shares […]

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Simple Lighting Tips for Product Photography

Simple Lighting Tips for Product Photography

If you’re shooting small products in a studio environment, it pays for your lighting to be simple. A beauty dish, for example, is an ideal lighting tool. When lighting a face, a beauty dish is generally considered to be a source of hard light, but when lighting a product, the light is relatively soft. Daniel […]

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Photography Lighting: The Inverse Square Law

Photography Lighting: The Inverse Square Law

The inverse square law is one of the geekiest topics in photography. It deals with light and how it reacts to changing distances between your subject and the source of that light. Most explanations of the inverse square law deal with a mathematical equation. But here’s a simpler explanation by David Bergman: The inverse square […]

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12 Tips for Smartphone Car Photography

12 Tips for Smartphone Car Photography

What if you had to shoot publication-quality images of your car with only your smartphone to shoot with? Believe it or not, your smartphone is an incredible photography tool—if you know how to full use it to its potential. COOPH shares some tips for getting stunning car shots with your phone: 1. Shoot in the […]

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How to Track Your Photos on the Internet

How to Track Your Photos on the Internet

If you’re an established photographer, one of the things that might leave you awake at night or worse, frantically toiling away on your laptop, is the thought that someone somewhere is using your images illegally and making money in the process. Thankfully, there are some options to fight this growing menace. Photographer Anthony Morganti shares […]

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How to do Free Lensing or Lens Whacking

How to do Free Lensing or Lens Whacking

Photography is a constantly evolving visual art form. And like all evolving art forms, new and more creative techniques keep revealing themselves. Though this technique isn’t new, it is new to many photographers. The technique is known as free lensing, and it involves a peculiar way of using your camera lens. Doug McKinlay shows you […]

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