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Skydiving Photographer Shares the Joys and Challenges of Aerial Photography

Skydiving Photographer Shares the Joys and Challenges of Aerial Photography

Combining passions can be a good way to renew interest and ward off moments of staleness. Just ask Juan Mayer, who–after years of photography–developed a love of skydiving. Rather than split his time between his interests, he decided to combine the two, resulting in some incredible skydiving photography: Now a professional skydiving photographer, Mayer takes […]

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How to Create Hard, Punchy Portrait Lighting

How to Create Hard, Punchy Portrait Lighting

Shooting on location can present a plethora of problems for photographers to solve, including the ever-so-important lighting setup. In this short video tutorial, Andrea Belluso shows you how to create flattering and punchy light using off camera flashes and reflectors. Take a look to see how Belluso earned the title, “The Light Shaper”: The shoot […]

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Life in North Korea Photographed with a Smartphone

Life in North Korea Photographed with a Smartphone

The world is rarely offered a glimpse into what it is like to live in North Korea. What images are released from the state tend to walk the line of being propaganda . Thanks to photojournalist David Guttenfelder, whose story and photography we’ve featured in the past, you can take a peek at mysterious North […]

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How to Get Your Photography Into Galleries

How to Get Your Photography Into Galleries

Getting your photography into a gallery can be difficult without knowing how the entire process works. Experienced photographers Lois Youmans and Sandra Carrion share their insights and advice on how to get your work out there and seen by galleries in this helpful seminar: Getting Recognition To do well in photo competitions and increase your […]

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Master Portraits and Action Sports Using Speedlights

Master Portraits and Action Sports Using Speedlights

Understanding how to properly use and set up speedlights to effectively freeze the action in sports photography or create flattering light for portraits can be complicated. Luckily, photographer, Tyler Stableford, who has mastered the art of speedlights, shares with us his insights and knowledge on the subject in the following presentation: Using┬áCanon 600EX-RT Speedlites Stableford […]

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Cameraman Almost Hit by Wingsuiter When Flyby Ends Up a Bit Too Close

Cameraman Almost Hit by Wingsuiter When Flyby Ends Up a Bit Too Close

Mathias Wyss and Ludovic Woerth, a pair of wingsuit flyers, came dangerously close to a cameraman on a recent adventure. The two were filming for a movie called Image: Life Spent On The Edge. In this clip, taken from the Imagine footage, you can see the athletes’ close call as they soar around the mountainside: […]

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I Left My Heart: A Beautiful San Francisco Timelapse Project

I Left My Heart: A Beautiful San Francisco Timelapse Project

San Francisco is an iconic city that is well loved by photographers and timelapse filmmakers, perhaps in part to its colorful and bustling cityscapes. Taking in the timelapse , I Left My Heart, we are treated to a glimpse of just that. San Francisco natives will enjoy spotting all the familiar attractions, and those who […]

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Behind the Scenes: Fiat Body Paint Photo Shoot

Behind the Scenes: Fiat Body Paint Photo Shoot

While not entirely original (we saw this done in the form of human motorcycles a while back), the concept is still pretty fresh, especially when being used as an advertisement for a major car manufacturer. For a new Fiat ad campaign, the company is using body painted models as a substitute for a car. The […]

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See the Process Behind an Elaborate Photo Shoot with a Horse

See the Process Behind an Elaborate Photo Shoot with a Horse

When Irwin Wong and crew wanted to create a photoshoot with a theme that paired with The Year of The Horse, he held no throws as he went all out in terms of equipment and creativity. As you can see in the behind the scenes clip , his dedication paid off. What he was able […]

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How to Take Dynamic Landscape Photographs

How to Take Dynamic Landscape Photographs

Most of us know that take great landscape images we need a tripod and good light, but there is a lot more to it than just setting your camera up in front a pretty scene and snapping a picture. As Tim Cooper explains in the following seminar, there are lots of secrets and tips the […]

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