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Food Photography Workflow, Tips, and Techniques

Food Photography Workflow, Tips, and Techniques

Food photographers are responsible for the task of presenting our edibles in the most appetizing way, which isn’t always as easy as it sounds. In this seminar, professional food photographer Robert Jacobs teaches viewers how to create decadent food portraits from concept to completion. All aspects of the craft are covered, including storyboarding, lighting techniques, […]

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Boxing Photography Tips

Boxing Photography Tips

If you’re awarded the opportunity to do a commercial photo shoot for a major sporting event, you’ll want to be prepared and have a good idea of what the client is expecting. In this behind the scenes look at a photo shoot for a boxing match, you can take a look as photographer Monte Isom […]

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Super Grandmother Photo Collection Goes Viral

Super Grandmother Photo Collection Goes Viral

While living with your grandmother as an adult may not be the ideal situation for most young men, one bright photographer has learned to embrace it. In an interesting series of photographs, Sacha Goldberger takes portraits of his grandmother, who is often wearing superhero outfits or is otherwise found to be in an amusing situation, such […]

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Combining Speedlights & Studio Strobes for Portrait Lighting

Combining Speedlights & Studio Strobes for Portrait Lighting

If you’ve ever attempted to get your speedlights working with studio strobes, chances are you you encountered some problems along the way. One of the biggest problemsis getting both lights to sync without the speedlights preflash triggering the strobe too early. In the following video, Mark Wallace explains what causes this and offers up a couple simple […]

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Timelapse with Stunning Day to Night Lighting Transitions

Timelapse with Stunning Day to Night Lighting Transitions

Timelapse fans will enjoy the new video that was released recently by Ben Wiggins. Very Little Stars takes viewers on a 2:30 minute exploration of various timelapse techniques such as hyperlapse and tilt-shift. There is something for everyone in the footage, which ranges from sweeping cityscapes, bustling pedestrian traffic,and the natural beauty of rolling clouds, sunsets, […]

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The Importance of Researching Subjects for Portrait Sessions

The Importance of Researching Subjects for Portrait Sessions

When taking a portrait, you want the photograph to accurately display the subject’s personality. A great way to do this is by taking the time to research or get to know the subject prior to the shoot. Consider it a trick of the trade when it comes to photographing celebrities; a good photographer always gets […]

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Real & Fake Timelapses of an Empty New York City

Real & Fake Timelapses of an Empty New York City

As a follow-up to the eerie timelapse of San Francisco and an empty Seattle, the creator has released an equally haunting timelapse of a desolate New York City. As the timelapse imagery winds around some of The Big Apple’s most thriving landmarks, viewers are treated to an unusual look at them. The relatively unscathed scenery only […]

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Dramatic Bridal Photography Shot Technique

Dramatic Bridal Photography Shot Technique

Trying to sell more bridal photographs? In the video below, the photographer covers a lighting setup that he says his clients buy 100 percent of the time. The setup is uncomplicated and and only calls on the use of a single speedlight. As an added bonus, using minimal gear makes set up a breeze even without […]

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Exotic Animal Photography in a Studio Setting

Exotic Animal Photography in a Studio Setting

Wildlife photography is not reserved just for the great outdoors. Bringing the exotic animals into the studio can bring a new element to the form of portraiture. In a two minute look into Brad Wilson‘s life as a professional photographer, you can get a feel for what it’s like to be enclosed into a room with […]

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Photo of the Day: 60 Foot Snowfall Clearing in Japan

Photo of the Day: 60 Foot Snowfall Clearing in Japan

Japan is, without a doubt, a very photogenic country. We’ve even featured some stunning timelapse videos from The Land of The Rising Sun, which showed a wide variety of Japan’s landmarks. But, here is a side of Japan that you may not have known existed. In the photograph below, you can see Yuki-no-Otani Snow Canyon in Toyama. The Canyon, which features 65-foot walls of snow is affectionately referred to as Tateyama Alpine Route.

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