Articles by Sari Murray Archives - Page 3 of 4 - PictureCorrect34 articles

Essential Gear for Wedding Photography

Essential Gear for Wedding Photography

Photographing weddings can be a huge task. You need to capture all the special moments between the bride and groom, and their friends and families–and you only have one chance to get it right. To lessen your stress level, professional wedding photographer Moshe Zusman provides a rundown of the necessary equipment you should have in […]

Continue Reading

Freerunners Use Photography as an Excuse for Their Stunts and Get Arrested

Freerunners Use Photography as an Excuse for Their Stunts and Get Arrested

Self-proclaimed professional adventurer James Kingston seeks out the tallest objects in some of the world’s greatest cities and climbs them for no fathomable reason. On his 2014 visit to Kiev, Ukraine, Kingston and his partner-in-crime, Mustang Wanted, climbed to the top of the 390-foot-tall Moscow Bridge. Dangling over the Dnieper River, Kingston filmed their ascent, […]

Continue Reading

Chase Jarvis’s Essential Photo Gear

Chase Jarvis’s Essential Photo Gear

Seattle-based photographer Chase Jarvis recently dug through his extensive amount of equipment and chose his “must-haves” for any photo or video shoot. Jarvis and his crew created a similar video a few years back, but with the advances in technology and new photo gear on the market, they decided it was time to release an […]

Continue Reading

Rescued Pelican Taught How to Fly and Documented on Camera

Rescued Pelican Taught How to Fly and Documented on Camera

What happens when you find a young pelican, all alone, washed up on a beach after a storm? You teach him to fly and put a small camera on his beak, of course: This Great White Pelican, or “Big Bird” as the staff at Greystoke Mahale Park affectionately named him, was only about three months old […]

Continue Reading

How to Use a Sound Trigger to Photograph Kids

How to Use a Sound Trigger to Photograph Kids

Photographers know that the two hardest living things to capture good pictures of are children and animals. Because they’re constantly active and moving, it can be quite a challenge to keep young children stationary long enough to focus your lens and snap a picture before they’re off and running toward the next shiny object they […]

Continue Reading

Hiker Uses Selfies to Document 1,700 Mile Journey

Hiker Uses Selfies to Document 1,700 Mile Journey

Seasoned hiker Kolby Kirk (a.k.a. “The Hike Guy”) set out to summit Mt. Whitney in 2011. But after a job layoff, he decided to change his plans and hike the Pacific Crest Trail as far north as possible. Throughout his 159-day, 1,700-mile journey, he took over 300 selfies to document his travels. Kirk edited his […]

Continue Reading

Most Powerful Photos of the Year 2013 from Reuters Photojournalists

Most Powerful Photos of the Year 2013 from Reuters Photojournalists

As 2013 draws to a close, we reflect back on the high points (and low points) experienced in the past year. Many people look back on the year by reviewing the top news stories, Google searches, and top videos, but we are revisiting the events of 2013 in photos. From Miley twerking at the VMAs […]

Continue Reading

Model is Retouched…And Then Retouched into Santa Claus

Model is Retouched…And Then Retouched into Santa Claus

Models are undoubtedly beautiful people, but with all the airbrushing, buffing, lighting, and re-shaping capabilities Photoshop offers we often question the reality of the photos of models we see in magazines.

Continue Reading

Afghan Girl: The Iconic Image That Almost Wasn’t Published

Afghan Girl: The Iconic Image That Almost Wasn’t Published

The photograph featured on the cover of National Geographic in June of 1985 is, undoubtedly, iconic. The photo shows an Afghan girl, later identified as Sharbat Gula, living as a refugee in Pakistan following the Soviet Union’s bombing of her village. Photographer Steve McCurry’s new book, Untold: The Story Behind the Photographs, reveals that this image almost […]

Continue Reading

Photos You Probably Haven’t Deleted from Your Smartphone

Photos You Probably Haven’t Deleted from Your Smartphone

“Smile!” *click* “Oooh! I’m posting that one on Facebook!” With the use of smartphones as cameras, conversations like this are overheard on a daily basis. Many people either don’t want to shell out the money for a DSLR or simply don’t have their camera handy, so they’re turning to their phones to capture life’s special […]

Continue Reading

New! Want more photography tips? We now offer a free newsletter for photographers:

No, my photos are the best, close this forever