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5 Tips for Photography in Harsh Lighting Conditions (Video Tutorial)

5 Tips for Photography in Harsh Lighting Conditions (Video Tutorial)

Photographers love to shoot during the golden hours for multiple reasons. The soft light creates soft shadows and the vibrant colors pop to life. However, we can’t expect ideal shooting conditions all the time, can we? For most of the day, the sun can be harsh, which makes taking photos a real challenge. Photographer Kayleigh […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunrise Over Nordenskjold Lake

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunrise Over Nordenskjold Lake

Sunrise moments are mostly beautiful. The soft beautiful light, colorful sky, and dramatic clouds, all of them add up to a spectacular view. Throw in some beautiful landscape into the equation and you have a recipe for some jaw dropping photograph. This is exactly what photographer Casey Colomb captured while in Nordenskjold in Torres Del […]

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Freeze Action with Strobes Tutorial

Freeze Action with Strobes Tutorial

Fast action photography is mostly associated with sports and wildlife. Shutter speed matters a lot in these genres. However, photographers can also use action as a creative source using strobes. Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens discusses ways to freeze action using strobes: There are two things that you can do in order to […]

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Portrait Photography with a Beam of Light

Portrait Photography with a Beam of Light

Portrait photography is usually associated with complex lighting equipment. But that’s not always necessary. Photographer Gavin Hoey from Adorama believes that sometimes less is more. He demonstrates how to create a beam of light for a portrait shoot using a cardboard tube and some tape: To achieve the thin slit of light for the portrait […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Exploding Star Wars Model Ships

Interesting Photo of the Day: Exploding Star Wars Model Ships

Star Wars has been a sensation all over the globe, no doubt. Fans are so obsessed with the series that Star Wars model ships and characters still do not fail to amaze them. The following images from Plasticstarwars  look as if the model ships are really exploding, when in fact they’re not: Plasticstarwars is a Star Wars […]

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The 6 Most Important Aspects of Photography

The 6 Most Important Aspects of Photography

Every photo project comes with its own set of challenges. Shooting locations and conditions may vary, but there are certain aspects that you should always try to incorporate to create your own style. COOPH’s founder, Ulrich Grill, shares key ASPECTs to consider when out on a photo shoot: Atmosphere A great photo series requires the photographer […]

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Forced Perspective Landscape Photography with Toy Cars

Forced Perspective Landscape Photography with Toy Cars

Forced perspective is a technique used in photography to create an illusion of the objects being larger, smaller, closer or farther than they realyl are. In a sense, forced perspective photography can be used to manipulate reality but a better purpose is to use one’s imagination to produce creative results. Louise Carey from Practical Photography […]

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Window Light Portrait Techniques in a Home Studio

Window Light Portrait Techniques in a Home Studio

When we think of portrait photography, most of us think of a fancy studio session with the model surrounded by high end studio lights. But we can achieve amazing results just by utilizing the naturally available light, too. Photographer Irene Rudnyk, who loves to take portraits with natural light, shows us how she achieves glamorous […]

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Understanding the 4 Primary Photo Studio Lights

Understanding the 4 Primary Photo Studio Lights

The quality and direction of light determines how a subject appears in a final image. Hence it’s essential for photographers to understand the nature and behavior of light. This becomes even more important when it comes to studio portraits because of the variety of lights used in the process. Since studio lighting can be a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Old Harry Rocks on a Golden Afternoon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Old Harry Rocks on a Golden Afternoon

Old Harry Rocks in Southern England is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is significant because the coastal erosion has exposed sequences of rock layers spanning Triassic, Jurrasic, and Cretaceous periods. Travel photographer Donald Yip captured the beauty of this place during a beautiful golden hour: “The shoreline of the UK’s Jurassic Coast is truly spectacular […]

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