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How to Make a DIY Intervalometer Out of a Calculator

How to Make a DIY Intervalometer Out of a Calculator

You know that old graphing calculator you bought for your upper-level math classes? The one collecting dust in your junk drawer? Well, JACP Media just came out with an interesting hack that turns a Texas Instruments TI-84 graphing calculator into an intervalometer that hooks up to your DSLR: Intervalometers—devices used in timelapse photography to release […]

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Make Your Own Ghostbusters Proton Stream

Make Your Own Ghostbusters Proton Stream

What classic movie featured three of the top names in 80s comedy, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and lots of green slime? Why Ghostbusters, of course! This month is Ghostbusters’ 30th anniversary, and to help commemorate its re-release in theaters, Joey at Shanks FX created this guide to help you re-create the ghost-gobbling proton streams […]

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Instagram Bikerlapse Takes Us Through Melbourne on Two Wheels

Instagram Bikerlapse Takes Us Through Melbourne on Two Wheels

Cell phones may never quite equal DSLRs in form and function, but these days there are some super cool apps that can make shooting with a smartphone well worth the experience. Check out this video by timelapse photographer Nathan Kaso, in which he uses the new Instagram Hyperlapse iPhone app while taking a bike cruise […]

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The Veterans Portrait Project Honors America’s Heroes

The Veterans Portrait Project Honors America’s Heroes

Some people serve their country by holding a gun—others by holding a camera. Stacy Pearsall began as an Air Force photographer, but then she was wounded in action. She found herself in the hospital together with other vets and began taking their portraits. That’s when she discovered there was more to taking their portraits than […]

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How to Create Selective Focus in Lightroom

How to Create Selective Focus in Lightroom

One of the most important aspects in composing a great photo lies in directing the viewer’s eye to exactly the place we want to highlight. There are a number of ways to do this while taking the shot: using leading lines, controlling the depth of field, using a tilt shift lens, etc. But what happens […]

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The Disappearing Art of Large Format Photography

The Disappearing Art of Large Format Photography

Large format photography is the oldest form of photography, and yet it is still practiced by many enthusiasts today, not only for its superior image quality, but also because it lends itself to a slower, more contemplative photographic style. In the beautiful video below, you can follow film photographer Lúis Plácido as he takes us […]

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Simple and Cheap DIY GoPro Flotation Device

Simple and Cheap DIY GoPro Flotation Device

GoPro cameras are awesome for adventurers (and just about anyone on the go), but the thing about adventures is that things happen. And though it may not be likely that your wonder camera will be eaten by a fox, it’s actually quite easy to drop it while filming underwater, and if that’s in the ocean, […]

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Newlyweds Tricked by Dishonest Photographer’s Stolen Photos

Newlyweds Tricked by Dishonest Photographer’s Stolen Photos

Wedding photography can be a cut-throat business—there is a lot of competition, it requires a certain level of photography expertise, and it can be hard to get the clientele you need, especially when you’re first starting out. One thing’s for sure, though: stealing another photographer’s images to lure in customers is NOT the way to […]

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Experience the Magic of Burning Man Through Timelapse Photography

Experience the Magic of Burning Man Through Timelapse Photography

Every year in the week leading up to Labor Day, an extraordinary event takes place in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert—Burning Man. For many of the thousands of participants, this week is one of the most magical, transformational, and life-changing events ever to be experienced. To help folks get a taste of the Burning Man 2013, […]

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Timelapse Photography of Krakow Through the Seasons

Timelapse Photography of Krakow Through the Seasons

Timelapse photography is becoming very popular these days, but Piotr Wancerz takes the art to a whole new level in the video below. Check out his seamless transitions, awe-inspiring precision, and virtually flawless musical timing: Wancerz takes great care to match his photos up not only with each other, but also to the sound and […]

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