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Flash Photography Tips and Tricks with Dust

Flash Photography Tips and Tricks with Dust

If you prefer a good dose of humor mixed in with your photography tutorials, look no further. Kai, from over at DigitalRev, is here to teach us about using flash to capture dust, or in this case, baby powder, in mid-air. Kai’s dust dancing video tutorial is inspired by a series of similar photographs taken […]

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The Process of a Photographer

The Process of a Photographer

The process of creating a photograph is different for every photographer and hearing those different stories can be a great source of inspiration. Below, you can watch a visual telling of how fine art photographer, Jessica Backhaus, uses her imagination and obsession with light as the driving forces behind her work. Join along as she […]

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Boxing and MMA Photography Tips and Techniques

Boxing and MMA Photography Tips and Techniques

Everyone loves a good success story. With a growing number of amateur photographers looking to make the transition to professional, this particular success story may be of interest. When Ed Mullholland, who studied economics at Rutgers, was invited to his first fight, he decided to bring along a camera and snap a few pictures for […]

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How to Choose a DSLR Lens

How to Choose a DSLR Lens

There are many different types and sizes of lens available on the market today and most photographers instincts tell them to buy one of each. While having an expansive lens collection does seem very rewarding, it may not be entirely necessary. Given the price good glass costs, this is good news. So how do you […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Concerned Puffin Eating a Mouthful of Sand Eels

Interesting Photo of the Day: Concerned Puffin Eating a Mouthful of Sand Eels

It’s that time of year for many us when we start to break free of cabin fever and go outdoors to photograph our local wildlife. While most of us won’t find puffins congregating near our homes, the picture below can still serve as a bit of inspiration. The bird is an Atlantic Puffin and the […]

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If Money Was No Object, Would You Focus On Photography More?

If Money Was No Object, Would You Focus On Photography More?

We would all love to be doing what we are passionate about fulltime. Unfortunately, for many people money keeps them from doing what they would love. But, what if money were no object? What if a large paycheck wasn’t motivation enough to keep you from fulfilling your dreams? What if you traded in a well paying office […]

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How to Set Up for a Powder Photography Session

How to Set Up for a Powder Photography Session

Inspired by the work of Thomas David, Arizona based photographer Edward Brice, decided to try his hand at powder photographer. This behind the scenes look at how Brice went about capturing his own powder shots sheds some light onto the process, should you decide to try it for yourself. Just be aware, your studio might will […]

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Be Warned, Sharks Steal Cameras Apparently

Be Warned, Sharks Steal Cameras Apparently

Before you think your camera is safe just hanging out on the ocean floor while you watch from a distance, you may want to think again. Ask Jim Abernethy, a shark expert who left his underwater camera rig below and had it carried off to sea by a curious shark.  Watch the culprit swim off with […]

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DIY Photography Studio Lighting on the Cheap

DIY Photography Studio Lighting on the Cheap

There is no doubt about it that collecting an arsenal of studio lighting is a very costly adventure. But, who’s to say you can’t get professional results using light strips that you have built yourself? As Joe Edelman outlines in his two part video series, even those with no carpentry skills can whip up some […]

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Beauty Lighting for Soft Portrait Photography

Beauty Lighting for Soft Portrait Photography

Using lights to soften the skin of a subject is well practiced technique by many professionals. Getting the lighting right is not a complicated task and can save you precious time in post by eliminating the need for some common retouching practices. Good beauty lighting can be achieved using many combinations of studio lights and boxes, so […]

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