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Watch a Surreal Photo Session in the Forest with a Moose & Model

Watch a Surreal Photo Session in the Forest with a Moose & Model

Making unique portraits is becoming increasingly difficult to do and as a result photographers are forced to think outside the box to come up with something fresh. The shoot took a team of assistants, one whose job was to keep the elk interested in paying attention by feeding it continuously. There is always an inherent […]

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Assembling Photos Taken by NASA into Stunning Timelapse Photography Sequences

Assembling Photos Taken by NASA into Stunning Timelapse Photography Sequences

There’s no questioning that astronauts are treated to some pretty spectacular space imagery as they are busy at work way out in orbit. While many of these sights are not able to be seen by the earthbound, we are still fortunate enough to have a glimpse into the outer realms thanks in large part to […]

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10 Things to Know Before Buying a Camera Flash

10 Things to Know Before Buying a Camera Flash

Choosing the right flash can be a daunting experience, especially if you are new to the world of flash photography. With so many options, brands, and fancy terminology it’s easy to get confused. Thankfully, this is a new video clip highlighting 10 bits of insight that will not only have you laughing, but will also […]

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A Rare Peek at How Canon Camera Parts Work

A Rare Peek at How Canon Camera Parts Work

Earlier this month techies from all over congregated at the the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show where visitors to the convention were free to roam through thousands of booths, each chock full of electronic goodies. One of the highlights of the show included the Canon booth where visitors were treated to a rare glimpse of how […]

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Commercial Car Photography Shoot For Fiat

Commercial Car Photography Shoot For Fiat

Many commercial projects can take a while to complete, such is the case with an ad campaign for the automobile manufacturer, Fiat. Over the course of six months, photographer Dave Hill worked on a project for Fiat to create over 200 images to be used in various magazines, billboards, and dealerships. Take a look at […]

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A Day in the Life of a Studio Fashion Photographer

A Day in the Life of a Studio Fashion Photographer

Being a fashion photographer isn’t all fun and games, there is a lot of work that takes places behind the camera. Take a look at the video below to catch a glimpse of what it takes to function on ┬áthe professional level as photographer, Karl Taylor, invites viewers into his world for a sneak peak […]

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At Work With a Professional Sailing Photographer

At Work With a Professional Sailing Photographer

Onne van der Wal sums it up pretty accurately as he describes what it is like to be a sailing photographer in the short clip you see below. When most of us think of sailing, we think about sunny afternoons spent casually on the water with drinks in our hands as we enjoy pods of […]

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Biking Around London Taking Timelapse Photography

Biking Around London Taking Timelapse Photography

Another shining example of timelapse photography has recently been released, this time from a photographer who spent eight days cycling around London with the sole intent of capturing photographs to compile the timelapse video, Restless Nights, which you can enjoy below. Hoping to capture the “hustle and bustle” spirit of London, Paul Richardson had to […]

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Striking Timelapse Photography Brings Malaysian City To Life

Striking Timelapse Photography Brings Malaysian City To Life

One of the great things about photography is that it sometimes has the ability to take something commonly seen as boring and turn into subject matter that both excites and engages our minds. Such is the case in the following timelapse video by Muhammad Suhada, an Indonesian photographer with a flair for cityscapes and stunning […]

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Photographers Faced With Suspicious Activity Reports

Photographers Faced With Suspicious Activity Reports

Just how much does the government need to know about our personal activities as photographers? Judging by the flood of reports the ACLU posted on their website, which contain suspicious activity reports collected by the feds on various private citizens, many of whom happen to be working photographers, the government may want to know a […]

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