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Explore Barcelona Through These 24,000 Photos (Timelapse)

Explore Barcelona Through These 24,000 Photos (Timelapse)

As travel photography becomes increasingly popular, we’re seeing an insurgence of people wanting to take their photography to the next level by creating timelapses. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of incredible places to visit and capture as is evidenced by Alexandr Kravtsov’s stunning video of Barcelona: Kravstov went to great lengths to capture the still images–all 24,000 […]

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Stop Motion Short Takes You on an Adventure Through Old Photographs

Stop Motion Short Takes You on an Adventure Through Old Photographs

We’ve seen a lot of stop motion productions, but rarely do we see one that incorporates such a unique technique like the one below. In “Paper Memories,” writer and director Theo Putzu experimented with putting a video inside of a video. The clip, which chronicles the memories of an elderly man, is a heartwarming story […]

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Quick Tip on How to Edit Skies In Adobe Lightroom

Quick Tip on How to Edit Skies In Adobe Lightroom

Many photographers are faced with the conundrum of an overexposed sky and underexposed foreground. Because the detail of the foreground is often more important than the sky itself, we expose for the darker part of the image (the foreground) and let the sky go overexposed. While this gives the foreground a good look, it leaves […]

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How to Introduce Motion into Flash Photography

How to Introduce Motion into Flash Photography

Joe McNally is widely regarded as an expert photographer. So when he offers to share some of his knowledge you may want to tune in and listen. In the video clip below, he discusses and dissects the lighting setup he used to create an open and airy portrait. He also explains how he was able […]

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Timelapse Photography of a Rare Night Sky

Timelapse Photography of a Rare Night Sky

Photographers have long been drawn to capturing the natural phenomena that occur in the night sky, such as auroras and coronal mass ejections. For most, the celestial events are once in a lifetime experiences. And, thanks to advancements in digital photography, the ability to share the moment with the world has inspired the creation of some gorgeous […]

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Why Many Photographers are Transitioning from DSLRs to Mirrorless Digital Cameras

Why Many Photographers are Transitioning from DSLRs to Mirrorless Digital Cameras

Mirrorless cameras are beginning to pick up steam and are enjoying increasing sales as manufacturers continue to produce better products at competitive pricing. If you’ve been curious about the benefits and downfalls of the cameras or are just plain curious as to what they’re all about, B&H has made a very informative seminar that covers […]

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Newspaper Responds Poorly to Copyright Infringment Claim

Newspaper Responds Poorly to Copyright Infringment Claim

What happens when you are flipping through a magazine and stumble across a photo that you took that the magazine stole from you, never having asked permission (much less paid) to use the image? When a similar scenario happened to professional music photographer, Kristen Pierson, she did what any self respecting photographer would do, she […]

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A Photographer’s Favorite Image of His Son and How it Was Captured

A Photographer’s Favorite Image of His Son and How it Was Captured

While visiting an aquarium with his family, a photographer took the incredible image you see below and shared it with the internet. The image received much interest and accolades on social media, which inspired the photographer to share the workflow he used to create the portrait. The image was taken using a Canon 5D Mark […]

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Shameless Student Wins Multiple High Profile Contests With Stolen Photos

Shameless Student Wins Multiple High Profile Contests With Stolen Photos

Saddening news spread over the internet this weekend as it was revealed that the Grand Prize winner of the Smiles for the World photo contest was stolen right off of Flickr. Mark Joseph Solis, currently a student at the University of Philippines, copied the image from the popular photo sharing website and entered it into the contest, […]

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Priest Halts Wedding Ceremony and Berates Photographer for Getting Too Close

Priest Halts Wedding Ceremony and Berates Photographer for Getting Too Close

Ask any wedding photographer and they will tell you that a wedding needs to run like a well oiled machine, which isn’t very easy to do. In order to make that happen, everyone needs to be on the same page—from the guests, to the wedding party, to the vendors and the officiants. If they’re all […]

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