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Argentum: Body Art Photography

Argentum: Body Art Photography

In our culture we tend to sexualize almost all nudity, especially that of women. Yet, Los Angeles-based Italian photographer Guido Argentini has found a way to move beyond mere sexuality and elevate the human form in ways more reminiscent of Greek sculpture: For this series (the culmination of over 20 years of work), Argentini used […]

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How to Get a Perfect Exposure in Snow

How to Get a Perfect Exposure in Snow

Ever snap the *perfect* snow scene, just to find it came out gray and dreary? As you probably know, snow can be pretty tricky to work with, especially when it comes to exposure and external lighting. With that in mind and with winter upon us, the folks at The Slanted Lens shot this video to […]

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How to Use Strip Softboxes for Dramatic Portraits

How to Use Strip Softboxes for Dramatic Portraits

Strip softboxes are well known tools in the product photography world, particularly for placing highlights, but what about using them for dramatic portraiture? Check out how fashion and beauty photographer Andrea Belluso brings about a largely in-camera dramatic double-portrait using his Profoto RFi strip softboxes: Unlike standard softboxes, strip softboxes have a narrow, rectangular shape […]

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3 Inexpensive DIY Projects for Photographers

3 Inexpensive DIY Projects for Photographers

Unless you’re into flying, skydiving, or thoroughbred racing, photography is probably one of your more expensive hobbies. If you’re looking for ways around spending big money on equipment, there’s nowhere better to look than the DIY scene. For example, check out this video from the folks at CNET, with three low-cost, creative DIY projects for […]

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Astronauts Put a GoPro Inside a Floating Water Bubble in the Name of Science

Astronauts Put a GoPro Inside a Floating Water Bubble in the Name of Science

In the few years they’ve been around, GoPro cameras have been taken almost everywhere and used for everything from bungee jumping and skydiving to scuba diving and swimming with dolphins. It’s hard to imagine a place they haven’t been. Well, now GoPro can scratch a trip to the space station off of its bucket list. […]

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Gods of Suburbia Photo Project Portrays Deities in Modern Day Society

Gods of Suburbia Photo Project Portrays Deities in Modern Day Society

If you’ve ever wondered whether the art of photography could motivate folks to examine their own world views (or at the very least, make a big stir), Canadian photographer and pop surrealist Dina Goldstein could probably give you some tips. She’s recently opened her third large-scale photo project, Gods of Suburbia, and it guarantees to […]

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Breaking Gravity: GoPro Array Captures Break Dancers in Bullet Time

Breaking Gravity: GoPro Array Captures Break Dancers in Bullet Time

Ever wonder what break dancing looks like in bullet time? Check out this video by PermaGrinFilms, showing the break dancers, gymnasts, and parkour athletes of the San Diego United Training Center strutting their stuff: Bullet time, also known as time slicing, is a photographic effect that produces an extreme transformation of time and space. Using […]

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Calgary Sun Photojournalist Challenged to Shoot Film for a Day

Calgary Sun Photojournalist Challenged to Shoot Film for a Day

These days technology seems to be moving faster than the speed of light, especially when it comes to digital devices. Less than 15 years ago the photojournalism world still revolved around film. Now, a mere decade or so later, most photojournalists would be hard pressed to do their job on anything but a DSLR. With […]

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A Fascinating Glimpse Inside the Making of a Fuji Lens

A Fascinating Glimpse Inside the Making of a Fuji Lens

We all know how important high-end lenses are, how they can bring our photos to life, imbuing them with a sharpness and depth of color that ordinary lenses just can’t emulate. But did you ever wonder how these amazing little pieces of glass are made? In case it’s crossed your mind, Fujifilm just came out […]

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Boston Layer-Lapse is the First Timelapse Sequence of Its Kind

Boston Layer-Lapse is the First Timelapse Sequence of Its Kind

It’s been a long time since a truly revolutionary innovation has made its way into the world of timelapse, but now, with this new video from photographer Julian Tryba, something new and truly stunning may have just been born. Calling his video a “layer-lapse” of Boston, Tryba has possibly provided us with one of the biggest […]

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