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Rock Band Photography

Rock Band Photography

Photographing rock bands may just be one of the more exciting types of photoshoots to do. They are usually high energy and very creative ordeals. There’s no exception to that on Sasha Leahovcenco’s recent photoshoot with drummer Mike Johnston. To celebrate Johnston’s recent switch to Gretsch drums,he was photographed using them with kerosene soaked and flaming drumsticks. Very cool. Check out the behind the scenes, here.

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HDR, Tone-Mapping and Standard Timelapse Photography in Asylum

HDR, Tone-Mapping and Standard Timelapse Photography in Asylum

Drew Geraci and Drew Breese are photographers to the core. Every day they take photographs purely for the joy of it. When you spend seven months of your time shooting one project, as they did when making the timelapse video, Asylum, your dedication to photography becomes obvious. The two battled asbestos covered rooms, squatters, and […]

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Supermodels Without Makeup

Supermodels Without Makeup

An image has popped up recently showing side-by-side comparisons of supermodels with and without makeup. And it has caught the world’s attention. The Internet is diligently doing its part in making it go viral. The image, which you can see below, sheds light on just how much makeup and creative photoshopping are utilized in the world of […]

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Ridiculously Photogenic Guy Becomes Media Sensation for Unknown Reasons

Ridiculously Photogenic Guy Becomes Media Sensation for Unknown Reasons

While running the Cooper River Bridge Run in South Carolina, Zeddie “Watkins” Little had a snapshot taken of him by a random bystander. Now, instances like this probably occur all the time, but what makes this snapshot stand out above the crowd is how photogenic Watkins appears, having just completed a 10k race. The man who took the photograph, Will King, said he was trying to photograph some friends that were also competing in the race, but when he saw Watkins approaching he was compelled to photograph him.

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Scenery Blend Photography

Scenery Blend Photography

When street artists JR and Liu Bolin teamed up in New York City they had their sights set on an amazing piece of graffiti art. The two had a model stand directly in front of the graffiti while he was painted from head to toe so that he would seamlessly blend into the background for a […]

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How To Use a Light Meter in Photography

How To Use a Light Meter in Photography

As important as lighting is to a photograph, it’s an integral part of a photographer’s job to understand it. Using a light meter to gauge exposure settings can drastically improve your work. Since most in-camera meters monitor the overall lighting situation, a hand held meter allows you to meter the subject, the background, and ambient […]

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War Photographer Reflects on Vietnam

War Photographer Reflects on Vietnam

In 1971, a 24-year old photographer by the name of David Hume Kennerly was sent to cover the Vietnam War by his then employer, United Press International. Over the course of the next year, the images Kennerly would take in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia would earn him a Pulitzer Prize and mark the beginning of an […]

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Self Portrait Photography Challenge

Self Portrait Photography Challenge

What happens when you put a handful of master photographers in front of an audience and put them on the spot by asking them to do a self-portrait? You get some self-conscious and uneasy photographers, hilarity, and some insanely creative portraits. At the GPP2012 Shoot-out in Dubai, that’s just what happened. Take a look at the […]

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Freezing Action for Sports Photography Portraits

Freezing Action for Sports Photography Portraits

During a photoshoot with Mexican soccer player, Rafael Marquez, photographer Jay P. Morgan took the opportunity to make a video tutorial covering the lighting setup required to freeze fast paced action when taking sports photography portraits. Morgan’s setup goes up rather quickly, as he says in the video, but it does include a good amount of […]

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Nikon D4 Shutter Sequence Captured on High Speed Phantom Camera

Nikon D4 Shutter Sequence Captured on High Speed Phantom Camera

Immediately upon unpacking their new Nikon D4, Jason Kolsch and Jayson Jordan began filming the Nikon with a high speed Phantom camera. The film takes you on a short 360 tour of the Nikon body, stopping briefly to allow you get a good look at all of its finer details. The highlight of video is when […]

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