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The Difference Between Incident and Spot Meters

The Difference Between Incident and Spot Meters

Hand-held light meters may seem like old technology compared to our modern-day DSLRs, but they are still widely used by many photographers and most cinematographers. Light meters give an accurate reading of the surrounding light so that you can properly exposure your scene. However, there are different types of light meters which can give you […]

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Defining the Word “Photographer”

Defining the Word “Photographer”

Have you ever asked yourself, “What makes you a photographer?” Is it the gear? The desire to create? The need for other to see your vision? In this inspirational video, director Andy Newman interviews two photographers: Andria Lindquist, a professional photographer, and Cory Staudacher, an Instagramer. Together they look at what it means to be […]

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The Challenge of Using Old Film Cameras for Street Photography

The Challenge of Using Old Film Cameras for Street Photography

Phillip Bloom has been making films for 25 years, and wherever he goes for his work, he likes to take along his still cameras and walk about the city capturing photos on the street. Bloom has recently converted to film for his personal use and says he generally takes 4-6 cameras with him when he […]

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How to Make a Civil War Era Tintype Photograph

How to Make a Civil War Era Tintype Photograph

Have you ever imagined what it was like to take photos during the Civil War era? You had a huge camera with no shutter, no aperture control, and you had to have an array of chemicals just to make a single image. Not to mention your subjects had to stand still for several seconds while […]

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Using Multiple Exposures in Action Photography

Using Multiple Exposures in Action Photography

When you first take a look at photographer Marcelo Maragni’s images, you might think that they’re a product of Photoshop. But the truth is they’re all created in camera. Maragni’s photos are created with multiple exposures. In the film days, a multiple exposure occurred when the strip of film did not advance to the next […]

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Concert Photography: Maneuvering the Crowd and Getting the Shot

Concert Photography: Maneuvering the Crowd and Getting the Shot

Band photography can be an exciting and fun genre to get into, and it’s great for building your portfolio. Newspapers and magazines will be willing to pay for great images of the local music scene. Of course, like any other type of photography, it has its own tricks and obstacles to overcome. And many of […]

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How the Glass is Made for Nikon DSLR Lenses

How the Glass is Made for Nikon DSLR Lenses

Ever wonder how they make the glass lenses for cameras? Androids. No, just kidding. But there is such a high level of detail that goes into making each lens that you may think a robot would have made it. Producing optical lenses is a highly technical process. Even the smallest error can create significant flaws […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Three Weary Wolves

Interesting Photo of the Day: Three Weary Wolves

On a foggy morning at Omega Park in Quebec, Cananda, photographer Daniel Parent was able to capture this shot of three arctic wolves cautiously listening to the sounds of the forest. Parent is an enthusiast photographer who boasts a very impressive and extensive profile of wildlife imagery. Strolling through the images makes you wonder if […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Possibly the World’s First Image of Ocean Wave Over Lava

Interesting Photo of the Day: Possibly the World’s First Image of Ocean Wave Over Lava

It’s always interesting to see the “World’s First” of something, and today people have been saying this is the world’s first photo of an ocean wave over lava captured from within the tube. That right, lava! I believe looking at this photograph reminds us of two things: First, that nature is amazing, and second, photographers […]

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Incredible Hyperlapse Photography of a Graffiti Artist at Work

Incredible Hyperlapse Photography of a Graffiti Artist at Work

Sure you’ve seen plenty of timelapses and hyperlapses. Those commonly made include the change in weather and light over the city skyline, or a building being constructed over several months. But I’ll bet you’ve never seen a timelapse like this. This video documents a graffiti artist as he paints and creates works or art in […]

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