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Polar Bear Photography

Polar Bear Photography

As any wildlife photographer can tell you a large part of their job is waiting and hoping the right opportunity presents itself. There was no exception to that rule when wildlife photographer, Florian Schulz, travelled to the frozen Arctic with a film crew while making the environmental documentary, To The Arctic 3D. As you can see, […]

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Forced Perspective Photography Projects

Forced Perspective Photography Projects

As the rise in popularity of forced perspective photography continues to grow, we’re seeing more and more creative examples of the art form. Pause for a moment and see if you can figure out how this photo was captured without Photoshop (the answer is below): Not only are the forced perspective photographs we see in […]

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Creative Portrait Photography with Powder

Creative Portrait Photography with Powder

Behind the scenes videos can be a great way to to get a feel for different types of photo shoots. They give us an insider’s perspective on how things are done on set and can inspire us to get out and take some photographs ourselves. The behind the scenes video Dan Horne made documenting his photo shoot […]

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How to Create Custom Bokeh Shapes in Your Photos

How to Create Custom Bokeh Shapes in Your Photos

Bokeh, or the quality of the out of focus area in a photograph, is an easy way to add interest to your images. By making a bokeh filter for your lens, you can have more control of your photograph by giving the out of focus lights in the image almost any shape you wish. The […]

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How to Use Focus Stacking for Tack Sharp Photographs

How to Use Focus Stacking for Tack Sharp Photographs

Due to limitations of our lenses, getting tack sharp exposures in which the foreground and background are both in perfect focus can sometimes be difficult. Fortunately, the clever folks behind Adobe Photoshop have implemented a very helpful tool into the popular image editing software. Using Photoshop’s stacking tool allows you to stack multiple images into […]

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How to Make a Digital Camera

How to Make a Digital Camera

Canon has stayed at the forefront of camera manufacturing for over 7 decades. They attribute that success in part to their dedication to cutting edge technology and maintaining high standards of quality. In the following video you can take a behind the scenes tour of how Canon produces their photography equipment from the inception of […]

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Becoming a Photojournalist

Becoming a Photojournalist

It’s easy to take photojournalist for granted. They are out there on the frontlines with the police, firefighters, victims and heroes, yet they are rarely seen by the masses and are interviewed even less. In a mini-documentary, Dan Perez de la Garza, changes that as he interviews a group of photojounalists, including a Pulitzer Prize winner. […]

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Skateboard Photography Techniques & Insights

Skateboard Photography Techniques & Insights

What better way to develop your skateboard photography than through the advice and insights from seven of the industries leading photographers. Each of the videos below focuses on the techniques of well known skateboard photographer, all of which are eager to share their stories and some of their personal favorite works with viewers. Have a […]

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Air to Air Photography

Air to Air Photography

How can you make water skiing cooler? Simple, trade in your pair of skis for an aircraft and use it to glide across the water. That’s what aviation photographer, Justin de Reuck, recently did. When the lucky photographer was asked to do a photoshoot of The Flying Lions, a South African Aerobatic Team, de Reuck suited up […]

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Camera Focus

Camera Focus

Focus is, in itself, is a fundamental element to photography, and while focusing for still photography is one of the first steps you learned as a new photographer, the art of finding and keeping focus goes far beyond those initial lessons. Understanding how focus works in partnership with your aperture, focal length, and depth of […]

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