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iPhone Photography Guide

iPhone Photography Guide

There is no arguing that the iPhone has become an extremely convenient and powerful tool for photographers. And now with the new iPhone 5 upon us with even more processing power, this medium of photography is not going away anytime soon. I have to admit that I take more photos on my iPhone now than my Canon DSLR simply because I have my phone with me all the time. The photographer Chase Jarvis once said, “The best camera is the one that’s with you.”

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Special Thanks to Our 25,000 Facebook Followers!

Special Thanks to Our 25,000 Facebook Followers!

We love our Facebook followers, they are often the first to know if we have a new in-depth article posted and we value the comments, discussions and feedback we receive there. Today the number of photographers following us on Facebook surpassed 25,000! Thanks so much to all of you, we look forward to more exciting facebook activities!

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Canon Announces the EOS 6D

Canon Announces the EOS 6D

Canon today introduced the EOS 6D Digital SLR Camera, a versatile mid-range full-frame camera with the durability and performance professionals require and the creative imaging options serious photographers crave. Canon has coupled the incredible image quality of a newly designed 20.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5+ Image Processor with the creative potential of built-in Wireless and GPS features. The camera also includes an 11-point AF array and 63-zone dual-layer iFCL metering sensor together with 1080p Full HD video capabilities, in an affordable camera body.

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Photography Marketing Guide

Photography Marketing Guide

Promoting your photography work online is a tricky business, but also essential for success these days. Most photographers choose to setup a website as their primary business driver and there are many strategies and directions that can be taken in that pursuit. And now there are also seemingly infinite social media possibilities that can be […]

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Portraits of Earth, Introduction to Landscape Photography

Portraits of Earth, Introduction to Landscape Photography

This new book, Portraits of Earth is a unique instructional book designed to help you improve your landscape photography. It is from the perspective of a professional portrait photographer who then changed course to become a successful landscape and travel photographer. “This book is a collection of the lessons I learned as I floundered-about, trying to […]

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Haunting Image Spreads Awareness of Ivory Consequences

Haunting Image Spreads Awareness of Ivory Consequences

Famous basketball player Yao Ming teamed up with photographer Kristian Schmidt to raise awareness of the threats facing rhinos and elephants as a result of demand for ivory and rhino horn, particularly in China.

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Time-lapse Photography: The Amazing Work of Terje Sorgjerd

Time-lapse Photography: The Amazing Work of Terje Sorgjerd

One of the most popular and talented time-lapse photographers in the world is Terje Sorgjerd. He has released four videos to the public shown below; all of which except the newest release have received millions of views. His work has been featured on most of the largest media outlets including CNN, NBC, Reuters, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, The Wall Street Journal and most recently as a moving background on the Bing search engine. Time-lapse photography is a technique involving the capture of a series of photos and showing the rapid passing of time.

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This Photo Will Melt Your Heart

This Photo Will Melt Your Heart

This is a photo of John Unger and his best friend Schoep who suffers from severe arthritis. The water helps relieve some of Schoep’s pain so he can get some rest whenever John brings him here. Since this photo was released both the photographer and John Unger have been receiving words of encouragement from all over the world. Veterinarians say that Schoep may need to be put down soon due to his condition, so John has been taking him to the lake more frequently to help him feel better and try to enjoy every moment they have left together.

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Finding Focus, Understanding the Camera’s Eye

Finding Focus, Understanding the Camera’s Eye

The topic of focus is a very technical one which this new eBook tackles. After all, when a new camera is released some of the biggest praise (and criticism) revolves around the focusing system—speed, accuracy, and quality are all extremely important. In this eBook, Nicole Young  covers topics such as aperture, depth of field, and lens […]

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You Suck at Photoshop

You Suck at Photoshop

Looking for the funnest way to learn photoshop? Here are the best two seasons of the You Suck at Photoshop series where you can delve into Donnie’s twisted personal life while learning some very valuable photoshop techniques along the way. I wanted to make a list of the classic episodes here so you can find them here easily. Feel free to bookmark this page so you can come and go as time allows. Warning: some of these tutorials go from light & funny to dark quickly.

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