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Interesting Photo of the Day: Moses on a Mountain Bike?

Interesting Photo of the Day: Moses on a Mountain Bike?

Known as the ultimate gravity-fed downhill riding experience, Whistler Mountain Bike Park offers more than 4,900 vertical feet of descending trails—plenty of opportunity, it seems, to show off one’s adrenaline-fueled magical powers. It also offers unparalleled opportunities for outdoor action photography, as seen in this shot by photographer Robin O’Neil: This amazing shot was taken […]

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How to Match the Color Grade of Any Photo

How to Match the Color Grade of Any Photo

Much of the feel and impact of color images comes from how color is managed. In movies this is called color grading, but it can also be done with images. In video below, photographer Ted Forbes gives a fantastic tutorial on how to copy color effects from one image to another: Color grading, used primarily in […]

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Understanding Ego as a Photographer

Understanding Ego as a Photographer

Creating art that really means something to us and putting it out to the world can be a particularly scary thing. It’s often super challenging not to post what you think everybody wants to see. Street photographer Sean Tucker believes that the ego plays a key role in staying true to oneself. At the same time, it […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunrise Over Kelimutu

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunrise Over Kelimutu

The Kelimutu volcano on Indonesia’s Flores Island is one of nature’s most stunning displays of color and chemistry. The summit of the volcano contains three lakes, each of which changes hue depending on its inner alchemy of salts, oxides, rainfall, and the activity of the volcano. The only place on earth where this volcanic alchemy […]

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Vintage Beauty Photography Tutorial

Vintage Beauty Photography Tutorial

Do you know what it takes to create a vintage fashion photo? Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler chooses one of her beauty photos and deconstructs it so we can see not only the gear it takes but also the inspiration and thought process behind it: High-end studio photography doesn’t have to involve a lot of gear. It’s […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Focus Blur Effect for Fireworks Photography

Interesting Photo of the Day: Focus Blur Effect for Fireworks Photography

Want to try out some cool new effects while photographing fireworks this New Year’s? Photographer David Johnson shows us what can happen when you manually adjust your focus while capturing fireworks: Johnson shot this image by setting his shutter speed to 1-2 seconds and adjusting the manual focus/zoom while the firework exploded. He waited until […]

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Don’t Listen to Every Photography Tip You Hear

Don’t Listen to Every Photography Tip You Hear

The internet is full of photography tips. Some can really help take your photography to the next level. Others, depending on your shooting style, may not be so helpful. Landscape photographer James Popsys lays out some of the worst advice he’s received and why you too might want to give these “rules” a break: Photography […]

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What Not to Do in Your Travel Photography

What Not to Do in Your Travel Photography

There are a lot of travel photography videos out there, most describing all the things you should do to get the perfect travel photos. What many of them don’t do, however, is tell you what not to do. In the video below, Mark Harrison bucks the trend by telling us seven (and more) of his […]

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Photo Sharpening Tutorial in Lightroom Classic CC

Photo Sharpening Tutorial in Lightroom Classic CC

Sharpening is a key piece of post-processing, especially if you shoot in Raw. Luckily Lightroom has everything you need, from capture sharpening to selective sharpening to output sharpening. In the video below, Adobe expert Terry White demonstrates all you never knew you ever needed to know about sharpening in Lightroom Classic CC. I bet even […]

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Flash Photography: 4 Ways Photographers See Light

Flash Photography: 4 Ways Photographers See Light

Ever wonder why your flash photography looks, well, a bit too “flashy”? Perhaps you’re great at balancing the flash with ambient light but have never really looked beyond that. In this video, wedding photographer Robert Hall explains the four ways we see light and how we can control how our images come out: Most of us […]

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