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Wet Plate Photography Studio in a Truck Touring America

Wet Plate Photography Studio in a Truck Touring America

When most people think cameras, they think of small hand-held devices that can easily be tucked away into a back and carried about. But, if you ask Ian Ruther about his camera, he’ll tell you it’s the size of a delivery truck—literally. That’s because Ruther converted a truck into a mobile camera and processing lab, […]

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Fauxtographor: Are You Healthy Enough for Photographic Activity?

Fauxtographor: Are You Healthy Enough for Photographic Activity?

Looking for a little comedic relief? Look no further than Fauxtographor, the 1-minute long parody that pokes fun at the life of a photographer in the form of a medication commercial complete with possible side effects. Have a look at the commercial here and see if Fauxtographer is right for you.

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Celebrity Photography Insights

Celebrity Photography Insights

Having a job title of celebrity photographer sounds pretty exciting. According to Brian Smith, photographer of the stars, it is glamorous. During a recent interview, Iowa native Brian Smith talked about the long road from his humble Midwest roots to photo shoots with Tony Bennett at his New York City penthouse. Watch the interview here: So how […]

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Amazing Cityscape Time-lapse Photography

Amazing Cityscape Time-lapse Photography

City skylines have long been an interest of photographers and videographers alike. Dominic Boudreault is no exception. The Quebec based photographer compiled a dramatic timelapse using hundreds of thousands of individual photos he captured in locations ranging from Chicago to New York to Quebec. Beginning work in 2010, Boudreault set up his Canon 5D Mark II along with a Canon 14mm 2.8, 24mm 1.4, 135mm 2.0, 70-200mm 2.8 IS, and a Gitzo tripod in the various locations over the span of a year.

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Portrait Photography Session as Directed by Ellen DeGeneres

Portrait Photography Session as Directed by Ellen DeGeneres

For a photographer, doing the same old routine for portrait sessions all day can become a bit tedious and repetitive. That’s why Ellen DeGeneres decided to spice things up a little bit and took over a portrait studio located inside of a JC Penney’s. Because Ellen is so recognizable, she sent one of her writers to the studio […]

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Composite Photography Tips and Techniques

Composite Photography Tips and Techniques

The look of composite photography is unmistakable. The HDR images are crisp, detailed, and have expansive color ranges. As more and more photographers begin to move to specialty areas of HDR, we are introduced to an individual that has already fully embraced the technology. Joel Grimes has established himself as expert in the field of […]

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Stop Motion Photography Hit: Fresh Guacamole

Stop Motion Photography Hit: Fresh Guacamole

Stop-motion director “PES” gets creative as he takes his viewers on a visual ride through the process of making the tasty green dip one photograph at a time. This production has set a new standard for creative stop-motion photography shorts and many in the industry have taken note (over 4.5 million views in a few […]

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Event Photography Tips

Event Photography Tips

The million dollar question among photographers is how they can make money doing what they love to do—taking photographs. In a seminar hosted at B&H, Jeff Cable delivers the ins and outs of the trade and shares with us the key points he uses to turn profit in a competition-rich industry. The seminar lasted just over an […]

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Tintype Photography

Tintype Photography

It’s fair to say that technology is no stranger when it comes to photography. As new products enter the market, the old are forgotten. Not too along ago we watched the iconic Kodachrome fall to the wayside. Before that, countless other films and chemical process were abandoned. Tintype, a type of photography process that came to […]

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How to Capture Motion and Splashing Water in Photography

How to Capture Motion and Splashing Water in Photography

When the photography department at Utah’s Brigham Young University decided to do a photoshoot with the school’s gymnastic team, they opted to use an out of place prop—water. They set up studio at a pool in the campus’s Richards Building and got to work. Using a Canon EOS 1D and a backlit black background, the photography team […]

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