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Ideas to Modify Natural Light for Portrait Photography

Ideas to Modify Natural Light for Portrait Photography

Every photographer loves that soft white light that pours in through a single window. Its diffuse glow seems to make anything in its path magically photogenic. Whether it’s the slits of light through a pair of barely open shutters or that golden luminescence that fills the airplane cabin at 30,000 ft., naturally diffused light is […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Anamorphic Image Created with Room Full of Objects

Interesting Photo of the Day: Anamorphic Image Created with Room Full of Objects

An anamorphic image is an illusion that appears distorted from all angles but one. At a very specific vantage point, the image appears “normal.” There have been many of these kinds of images floating around the web over the past few years in the form of sidewalk drawings. From one point, the drawing may look […]

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2 Year Timelapse Photo Project from a Shanghai Apartment

2 Year Timelapse Photo Project from a Shanghai Apartment

What’s the longest you’ve ever shot for a project – a week? a month? How about 2 years? Photographer Joe Nafis has recently created a 3 1/2 minute video containing timelapses of Shanghai over the past 24 months. All the footage is taken from his apartment on the 23rd floor, yet it shows a great […]

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Night Sky and Star Movement Timelapse Photography in Namibia, Africa

Night Sky and Star Movement Timelapse Photography in Namibia, Africa

Photographer Marsel van Oosten has one the most extensive portfolios of Namibia out there. His night photography is especially stunning and is the main subject of his latest project, Namibian Nights. For two years, Marsel has captured over 16,000 images to put together an amazing timelapse of the Namibian landscape at night: Though short, Oosten‘s […]

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Night Sky Timelapse Photography of the Mauna Kea Observatory (With Lasers)

Night Sky Timelapse Photography of the Mauna Kea Observatory (With Lasers)

In Hawaii, there exists one of the best astronomy observatories in the Northern Hemisphere. At 14,000 feet atop Mauna Kea sits several huge telescopes (about 33 feet wide!) and many other astronomy oriented equipment. Sean Goebel, a graduate student at the university of Hawaii, has spent a good deal of time inside (and outside) these […]

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What Inspires a Photography Legend?

What Inspires a Photography Legend?

Henri Cartier-Bresson is one of the most well-known names in photography. Many may be familiar with his work, but not all may be familiar with his philosophy. Below is an original short created by 522 productions that incorporates an interview with Cartier-Bresson to show what it is that inspires the photographers as 522: Perhaps one […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Ferocious Lion Cub from Zimbabwe

Interesting Photo of the Day: Ferocious Lion Cub from Zimbabwe

This little lion cub might look cute and cuddly, as he closely resembles a Disney character we all know and love, but you definitely wouldn’t want to wrestle with him like you would a house cat. Photographer Kyle Mijlof captured this photo during his travels through Zimbabwe, one of the forty-one countries he’s visited since […]

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Experimenting with Product Photography

Experimenting with Product Photography

Every genre of photography comes with its own set of challenges. But perhaps one of the most difficult genres is product photography. In product photography, every little detail matters. Every highlight, shadow, reflection, color, texture, everything. Hours and hours can be spent perfecting a product shot, and even more hours can be put in editing […]

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Using Complementary Colors to Make Your Photos Pop

Using Complementary Colors to Make Your Photos Pop

Opposites attract. That’s what they say. Typically this saying refers to people. The quiet shy girl likes the talkative outgoing boy, the short man has a crush on the tall woman, and the scientist is married to the preacher. This saying can also be applied to photography, but rather than the opposites attracting each other, […]

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A Life in Photography

A Life in Photography

Douglas Kirkland is not your typical photographer. With over 50 years of photography experience and more than a million photos in his archive, Kirkland is what you would consider an industry legend. Over the years, fifteen books have been published displaying his work, many of them over one or several celebrities. In his 16th book, […]

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