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Using Windows with Portrait Photography

Using Windows with Portrait Photography

Windows act as wonderful sources of natural light for indoor portraits. Place your subject close to a window, and you can get beautiful natural lighting. However, when the window gets included in the shot, this can trick the camera’s metering quite easily. Photographer Gavin Hoey from Adorama explains how you can take control of the […]

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Photography: Investing Your Time

Photography: Investing Your Time

Like any form of art, photography is something that you can’t master overnight. It is indeed a real challenge to become good at photography, and it definitely requires persistence. Photographer James Popsys discusses how you can invest your time to master photography in 10,000 hours: Yes, 10,000 hours is a lot of time. There’s no […]

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Food Photography Lighting: Specular Highlights & Falloff

Food Photography Lighting: Specular Highlights & Falloff

The sole purpose of food photography is to make food appear mouthwatering. Professional food photographer Joanie Simon shares her go to lighting techniques to make your food photography look more delicious: Specular Highlights Specular highlights are the result of direct reflection. They’re formed when the light bouncing off the subject is bright and not diffused. […]

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Long Shutter Speeds: 5 Photo Tips

Long Shutter Speeds: 5 Photo Tips

Long exposure photography opens up doors for maximizing your creativity. When using this technique, you basically leave the shutter open for a bit longer allowing the camera to record movement in the scene. The resulting images stand out because they show things that human eyes don’t see. In this video by B&H, you’ll learn a […]

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This Camera Builder Takes Photos with a Caravan

This Camera Builder Takes Photos with a Caravan

As photographers, we have varied interests. There are also some photographers who love to dig deep into the technicalities of photography and rest who dedicate themselves to capturing the perfect image with all technicalities set aside. Photographer Brendan Barry builds cameras and educates people: Building a Caravan Camera Barry has been taking photos since he […]

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How to Set Up Your Camera and Meter for a White Background

How to Set Up Your Camera and Meter for a White Background

Product and fashion photographers get requests for images with clean white backgrounds all the time. This is quite a common requirement for catalogs and online stores. With the right lighting technique, you can save a lot of time and effort in trying to clean that background up in post. Photographer Daniel Norton from Adorama shows […]

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Photo Editing: 6 Crucial Tools and Steps

Photo Editing: 6 Crucial Tools and Steps

Knowing how to properly edit your photos is a skill that every photographer must have. Photographer Jamie Windsor discusses six things that you should be doing when editing photos: 1. Crop While getting your composition correct in-camera is preferred, it may not be possible to achieve every time. Crop your images so that the image […]

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Lens Focal Length Tutorial

Lens Focal Length Tutorial

The focal length of your lens dictates more than what fits into your frame. It also affects the perspective and the dynamics of your composition. Photographer Jamie Windsor takes this forward and goes on to say how focal length affects the psychological impact of your shots: 35mm A 35mm focal length gives the feel of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rock Climbing Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rock Climbing Long Exposure

Rarely do we plan to photograph sports at night using long exposures. But when you have a sense of adventure along with a creative eye, you can do it. And as you see below, the result is really something. Photographer and rock climber Luke Rasmussen likes to experiment with long exposure photography while he climbs […]

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Couples Photography at Night: 5 Tips

Couples Photography at Night: 5 Tips

Nighttime photography can translate to a nightmare if you’re not well prepared. Limited light means that your camera struggles to capture the type of images you have in your mind. This video from B&H offers some useful techniques for nighttime portraits: 1. Softbox with a Speedlight A speedlight placed inside a softbox can make the […]

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