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Human Motorcycle Photo Shoot

Human Motorcycle Photo Shoot

As you can see in the video below, the team behind this motorcycle shoot took thinking outside the box to a whole new level. Instead of photographing the same old photos of the same old bikes, they constructed the motorcycles out of people. After some trial and error to figure out just how each individual […]

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Day in the Life of a White House Presidential Photographer

Day in the Life of a White House Presidential Photographer

Being a White House photographer seems like a glamorous job to have once you set aside the long hours and relentless travel. With the United States presidential campaign going on in full force, photographers like Jason Reed are faced with never ending, albeit  exciting work days. If you think political photography is a path you may […]

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How to Set Up and Photograph a Powder Portrait Session

How to Set Up and Photograph a Powder Portrait Session

If you’ve been looking to practice different lighting techniques, you may want to try your hand at powder photography. The skill has been gaining momentum across the strobist community lately. As a result, there have been a slew of video tutorials popping up on the interwebs that take a lot of the guess work out of […]

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Timelapse of an Empty Seattle

Timelapse of an Empty Seattle

The third installment of the empty city series from timelapse creator Ross Ching explores Seattle. Taking his camera to the streets of the Emerald City, Ching collected thousands of still photographs to create the three-minute long clip. The virtual tour of the city makes stops at many of its famous landmarks, but they’re shown in […]

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Guide to Shooting Portraits on Location

Guide to Shooting Portraits on Location

Shooting on location often means being forced to work with less than desirable conditions and in lighting that doesn’t lend itself to attractive photographs. On the other side of the spectrum, it also affords the photographer the ability to more accurately tell the story of their subjects. Fortunately, there are ways to work around the […]

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Selling Photographs as Fine Art: Understanding Collectors

Selling Photographs as Fine Art: Understanding Collectors

In the highly competitive world of fine art photography, emerging artists need certain advantages to make the transition from a hobbyist to a professional. One of those advantages is to understand the process a collector uses to make purchases. Longtime photography collector and art industry professional Alice Sachs Zimet covers many aspects of the process […]

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The History of Stop Motion & Time-lapse Photography

The History of Stop Motion & Time-lapse Photography

Many may think of stop motion and timelapse photography as modern techniques, perhaps something that came along with the advent of digital photography. But, you may be surprised to learn that they date all the way back to the 1870s when a photographer by the name of Eadweard Muybridge set up a series of 24 […]

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Winter Sports and Flash Photography

Winter Sports and Flash Photography

Shooting in bright sunlight can pesent a lot of lighting problems for photographers. One way to overcome the harsh sun is by overpowering it with speedlites. Professional photographer Tyler Stableford takes viewers on a trip up the Snowmass Terrain Park in a snow-covered Colorado to show us his setup as he takes a few action shots […]

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Bright Color Fashion Portraits on a White Background

Bright Color Fashion Portraits on a White Background

In fashion photography, the photographs should be all about the model. It’s easy to get carried away with lighting and props that ultimately distract from the model’s style. In some cases, props can add to the photograph; however, as Lindsey Adler explains in a behind the scenes video clip, using a plain backdrop and simple […]

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Still Life Wedding Photography

Still Life Wedding Photography

In the following video clip, Larry Becker offers up a few quick tips on how you can liven up your wedding photography portfolio simply by injecting some creative still life portraits into it. Becker’s advice is to the point and clear enough that even beginning amateur photographers can understand. Making sure to cover all the […]

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