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The Sketchy Business of Model Recruitment

The Sketchy Business of Model Recruitment

If you have ever wondered what it was like to be a model scout and photographer, wonder no longer. Renowned fashion photographer, Steven Baillie takes us inside his illustrious life as he travels the world in search of the next “it” supermodel which you can watch within. Baillie seems to have a pretty incredible life as he jet-sets around the world to photograph a variety of models. That being said, his career isn’t all fun and games.

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Self Portrait Ideas

Self Portrait Ideas

Kai is on a mission to put an end to those cheesy “MySpace” self portraits that are usually taken in bathroom mirrors with his witty video tutorial on taking self portraits that don’t stink—no pun intended. He covers a few different scenarios in the seven-minute tutorial and offers up plenty of solid advice alongside a healthy dose of humor. Even if […]

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Amazing Photography & Video for Paralympic Ad Campaign

Amazing Photography & Video for Paralympic Ad Campaign

For their latest ad campaign, the Canadian Paralympic Committee pulled out all the stops to create a rather impressive campaign. The photograph, which you can see below, tells the story of  how a Paralympic athlete came to be, starting with the car accident in which the runner lost his leg. The creative campaign tastefully tackles […]

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How to Document a City with Timelapse Photography

How to Document a City with Timelapse Photography

The team behind Finding Portland did a great job chronicling the beauty of the northwestern city in the timelapse video they compiled using 308,829 still images. Their gear list was equally impressive, shooting on a combination of Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 7D, and Canon 1D Mark IVs. And that’s not to forget about the awesome […]

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Professional Fashion Photography Insights

Professional Fashion Photography Insights

Renowned fashion photographer, Rob Van Petten, recently teamed up with Nikon to make a promo spot for the company’s D800 DSLR, which Van Petten argues, will rival any large format camera he’s shot with. At a whopping 36 MP, that claim is no surprise! And while taking the D800 on a virtual test drive is pretty sweet, […]

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Leaked News About Instagram: Photography May Never Be The Same

Leaked News About Instagram: Photography May Never Be The Same

As some of you may have heard, Facebook recently acquired the angel of the app world, Instagram. Facebook dug deep into their pockets as they forked over a cool 1 billion dollars for the app. That’s $1,000, 000, 000 (US) for an app that, at the time of purchase was returning a profit of zero dollars.

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Headshot Photography

Headshot Photography

The thought that renowned headshot photographer Peter Hurley puts into creating a basic headshot, isn’t very basic. As a former model turned professional photographer, Hurley knows what it’s like to be in front of the camera and behind it. He’s used his experience to perfect his trade and has been kind enough to share his insights with us. Even at two hours long, the seminar is entertaining and informative. Hurley is capable of keeping things upbeat and moving along. If you’re interested in improving you’re headshots, watch the video in full. There’s countless bits of information dispersed throughout that can help you progress as a photographer.

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Blurred Background Photography

Blurred Background Photography

As Jay P. Morgan points out in the following video tutorial, it becomes difficult to come up with new ideas if you’re shooting in the same space all the time. Thinking outside the box, Morgan devised a way to add some creative flair on a photo shoot for a client he works with often. By mounting a tripod onto […]

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Grab Your Camera and Venture into the Darkroom if You Dare

Grab Your Camera and Venture into the Darkroom if You Dare

A cool interactive video has made it’s way to the interwebs called ” What Is There In The Darkroom” and you may want to grab your digital camera to play along. The video invites you into a darkroom and asks you set your camera to f5.6 with a shutter a speed of 1 second. Grab your tripod and start taking pictures of the television that is shown in the video. The photographs that show up on your LCD screen may shock you.

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How to Use ND Filters with Studio Strobes

How to Use ND Filters with Studio Strobes

Neutral density filters are most often used in bright, sunny outdoor locations to serve as a way to block out excessive lighting. Photography guru Mark Wallace points out in a video introduction to the filters that they can serve purpose in the studio as well: If you find yourself in a situation where you cannot […]

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