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Food Photography: Moody One Light Setup Tutorial (Video)

Food Photography: Moody One Light Setup Tutorial (Video)

Food photography is about letting viewers almost taste what they see. It requires a good deal of preparation and planning and is not as easy as it seems. This may make you wonder about the lighting setups food photographers use to make food look appetizing. But, not everything needs to be complicated. In this video, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: DeMartin Beach Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: DeMartin Beach Sunset

No photographer will every tell you that they’re tired of photographing sunsets. The moment is like a magic show where Mother Nature pulls out new tricks every time. Depending on the weather conditions, you’ll feel like the sunset looks different every time you see it. Photographer Tanmay Sapkal took the following image during sunset at […]

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Landscape Photography: 7 Habits for Success

Landscape Photography: 7 Habits for Success

Learning from experienced master photographers is a privilege. Photographer Mark Denney reviews the common habits and qualities that appear to have contributed to the successes of well-known landscape photographers: 1. Ability to Overcome Obstacles Landscape photos come out great when the conditions are amazing. However, no matter how much you plan to shoot in “perfect” […]

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3 Tips for Photographing a Fashion Lookbook

3 Tips for Photographing a Fashion Lookbook

Brands and designers create collections of photos whenever they release their latest line of fashion. These collections are known as lookbooks, and they’re used for advertising and promoting products. If you have a prospective client in need of a lookbook of their own, the following video from Mango Street has some tips just for you: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Rising Over Fireflies

Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Rising Over Fireflies

If you think about it, stars and fireflies appear roughly the same size to us. But in reality, they’re totally incomparable. Our entire planet becomes insignificant in size when compared to stars. But, when you change your perspective, even the tiniest of fireflies can be compared to the stars in the Milky Way. Just have […]

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Bird Photography Style Tips from the Pros

Bird Photography Style Tips from the Pros

It’s always a good idea to study other photographers. In this video, photographer Tim Boyer reviews the work of successful bird photographers so that you can learn from their styles: Arthur Morris In a typical Arthur Morris styled bird photograph, the bird usually appears large and tight in the frame, with its head slightly turned […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Moonlit Night in Cantal, France

Interesting Photo of the Day: Moonlit Night in Cantal, France

Shooting at slow shutter speeds opens doors to creative photography; the possibilities are limitless. Take the following image by ElFarfadosh, which was taken during full moonlight but almost looks like it was shot during the day: The photographer took the image with his Canon 600D and 50mm lens at 30-seconds, f/1.8, and ISO 200. Considering […]

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3 Natural Light Hacks for Portraits

3 Natural Light Hacks for Portraits

Photography is about shaping light. And the best light is all around you—completely free. Having a good understanding of how to shape and make use of natural light is crucial to developing as a photographer. Photographer Sawyer Hartman shares three amazing lighting hacks to improve your photography: 1. Reverse Sun Bounce Hack All you need […]

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Are Your Photos Terrible? Here Are Some Tips to Fix Them

Are Your Photos Terrible? Here Are Some Tips to Fix Them

Whether you’re a professional or a beginner, sometimes you take photos that make you wonder what went wrong. Photographer David Flores with B&H gives some great tips and tricks to prevent terrible photos: Consider Your Lighting Before taking any photos, be sure to ask yourself the following questions: Is the light flattering? Does the light […]

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Reflector Tutorial for Indoor Wedding Photography

Reflector Tutorial for Indoor Wedding Photography

A reflector is a simple tool that can easily and dramatically improve the quality of your photos. But, are you familiar with the different types of reflectors and when you should be using them? And did you know that besides using them to bounce light, you can use them to block or diffuse light? Professional […]

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