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Cityscape Photography in New York with Peter Lik

Cityscape Photography in New York with Peter Lik

Chances are you’re probably already familiar with the work of Peter Lik even if you’re not aware that you are. With a little a little help from his camera, the well known photographer has managed to capture some of the worlds most scenic landscapes. On a recent trip to the Big Apple, the Australian native […]

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The Life of a Landscape Photographer

The Life of a Landscape Photographer

Most of us are too busy oogling at Michael Levin’s landscape portraits to take the time to really think about the process behind the art. Brad Kremer, a filmmaker, was equally enchanted with Levin’s work, but when he was asked to join Levin on a trip to Japan, Kremer jumped at the chance to create a film that shared not just the beauty of Levin’s work, but also the dedication Levin puts into creating every photograph.

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What Makes A Great Photograph Great?

What Makes A Great Photograph Great?

What makes a great photo great? It’s not all about the lighting, the equipment, the technicalities we as photographers tend to get so wrapped up in. A truly great photograph is so much more than that. It will posses the ability to stop a person in their tracks for a second look. Such as in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Seemingly Sad Frog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Seemingly Sad Frog

Being able to capture emotion in a portrait is a good part of what makes an image good. This holds true for animals as well as people. While it’s impossible to truly know what an animal is thinking or feeling, the frog in the photograph below sure is doing an incredible job convincing viewers that […]

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Aerial Photography: F16 Fighter Jets Photo Shoot

Aerial Photography: F16 Fighter Jets Photo Shoot

Not very many people are granted the access to suit up and take a spin in a F16 fighter jet, but when Tyler Stableford was asked to do a photoshoot with at the Buckley Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado it was all part of the job. Flying at altitudes of 14,000 feet the lucky […]

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Tips For Working With Models in Photography

Tips For Working With Models in Photography

As a photographer, it is fairly common to work with models on a variety of photoshoots. Whether it be for a fashion spread or advertisement spot, learning how to hire and work with a photographer is often overlooked. Here is a video tutorial that highlights key points of working with talent on shoots. You can […]

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Manhattan, New York Time-lapse Photography

Manhattan, New York Time-lapse Photography

With the help of a Canon 5D MKII, two Canon 7D‘s, a 16-35mm 2.8L lens, and the 24mm TS lens – Rochester, New York based photographer, Josh Owens edited together a four minute time lapse of New York City. Owens was able to secure prime vantage points at 12 hotels and various other Manhattan locations […]

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Professional Football Photography Tips

Professional Football Photography Tips

Paying a visit to New Orleans, this segment catches up with four Sports Illustrated Photographers assigned to cover the 2012 BCS National Championship to discuss photographing professional football.This video is chock full of tips and pointers aspiring sports photographers can use to hone their skills.  Damian Strohmeyer, Al Tielemans, Simon Bruty, and John Biever deliver their […]

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Photographer’s Girlfriend Leads Him All Over the World

Photographer’s Girlfriend Leads Him All Over the World

Travel photography often has the tendency to become a little redundant. Breaking new ground as a travel photographer by creating a unique photograph–or in this case, an entire collection–can be tedious. The task, however, was no problem for Murad Osmann, a music video producer and photographer. While doing some extensive traveling with his girlfriend, Osmann snapped a photograph in […]

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Moving Cycling Photography Lighting Techniques

Moving Cycling Photography Lighting Techniques

For those of us working on limited budgets, we have to learn to make do with what we have. In the short video clip below, photographer, Payton Ruddock, shows us how he used his existing equipment to capture some some sporty photographs of a triathlete.  Here’s how he did it: Ruddock was able to get the […]

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