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Quick Tips from a Professional Wedding Photographer

Quick Tips from a Professional Wedding Photographer

Having a wedding is a major life event that brides and grooms will cherish for the rest of their lives. Because of the inherent beauty and significance of a wedding, it’s important that the photography be taken just as seriously as the event itself. This includes vast amounts of preparation, meeting with couples, and location scouting so you can turn […]

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How to Take Great Photos Using Any Light Source

How to Take Great Photos Using Any Light Source

Because lighting is the number one concern of us photographers, we should be concerning ourselves with understanding how to utilize it in whatever capacity it is available to us. While it’s nice to have a studio full of equipment to give us complete control, all is not lost if we do not have those things. […]

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Classical Art & Photography

Classical Art & Photography

In terms of artistic mediums, photography is a relatively new form. Many of the composition techniques used by the Old Masters are major influences to the way we see and create photography in modern times. In the following hour and half long seminar artist and photographer Adam Marelli delivers an informative presentation on how photographers incorporate the […]

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How to Organize Photos with Adobe Lightroom

How to Organize Photos with Adobe Lightroom

Digitization of our photographs has made storing mass amounts of images much easier and certainly less physically space consuming. One of the downfalls, however, is that now instead of being limited to 36 frames per roll, we can go on shooting nearly endlessly, meaning we are taking more photographs than ever before. Keeping your digital […]

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Controversial Photography Insights

Controversial Photography Insights

There is no denying the fact the photography world is full of opinionated people who want to share their ideals of what art is with the rest of us. Sometimes they’re bold approach comes off as overbearing, perhaps a even a bit pompous. The difference between those types of people and Tyler Shields is that […]

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Winter Lifestyle Fashion Photography

Winter Lifestyle Fashion Photography

Ever wonder what it was like to take a fashion photo shoot outside on a blustery, winter day? Below, you can take a behind the scenes look at a shoot that has done just that. Join photographer, Chris Lambeth, and his crew as they take to the snow covered streets with their model for the […]

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Inside Look at the Sigma Factory

Inside Look at the Sigma Factory

Not many people are granted the opportunity to take a tour of Sigma’s production factories. Fortunately, the company allowed access to a video crew who takes us on a virtual tour through the facility, giving us a behind the scenes look at the craftsmanship that goes into each piece of glass the company produces. Throughout the duration of the […]

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Composite Portraits with a Mythical Creature

Composite Portraits with a Mythical Creature

Composite photography—layering together multiple images to make one—has long been used in the world of commercial photography as a way to produce perfectly composed photographs that would be too difficult to create in one shot. As more and more people are beginning to see the benefits of composite photography, the technique is finding its way into other […]

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Photography Gear Stolen During Air Travel

Photography Gear Stolen During Air Travel

As if air travel in the midst of the busy holiday season wasn’t frustrating enough, one photographer experienced an exceptionally taxing experience when traveling with a bulk of his photography gear from Chicago to Boston on a JetBlue flight. When Jess Dugan, a seasoned fine art photographer, exceeded the limit of carry-on bags allowed by JetBlue, he […]

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Aurora Borealis Timelapse Photography

Aurora Borealis Timelapse Photography

Using a DSLR and a Dynamic Perception dolly, the team at Lights Over Lapland made a 14-minute timelapse of Aurora Borealis. The video was made using thousands of still photographs that were taken over the course of three years and assembled into a video using Final Cut Pro, though it’s worth noting that the images […]

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