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Fantasy Fashion Photography Without Photoshop

Fantasy Fashion Photography Without Photoshop

Ever wish you could get stunning fashion images straight out of your camera? No Photoshop or Lightroom; no touch ups. Sounds pretty close to impossible, right? Well, that’s exactly what the team shooting for the brochure for the new Nikon D810 set out to do. In the video below, they take us behind the scenes on […]

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How to Take Professional Product Photos With a Smartphone

How to Take Professional Product Photos With a Smartphone

Ever wish you could get professional-looking product photos from your cell phone? If you’re already a professional photographer, then maybe not. But if you’re into experimenting with your phone’s camera or you find yourself in a pinch (i.e. without your DSLR) and need to make some product photos, Household Hacker‘s video below is for you: […]

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Tips & Tricks for Outstanding Smartphone Photography

Tips & Tricks for Outstanding Smartphone Photography

With the advent of the smartphone, mobile photography has carved out a niche in the world of photography. Nowadays it’s quite easy to get a high quality shot with the camera on your phone, and with the numerous apps out there for editing, a photo doesn’t even have to leave your mobile OS before turning […]

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Blindness is No Barrier for This Photographer

Blindness is No Barrier for This Photographer

Brenden Borrellini is one of those rare individuals whose lives only serve to inspire the rest of us. He was born completely deaf and with limited sight that soon became complete blindness. Even so, he became the first deaf and blind person in Brisbane to complete high school and go on to attend college. Next […]

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A Look Inside the Camera Magician’s Workshop

A Look Inside the Camera Magician’s Workshop

Camera magician Harry Mueller is a legend not only in his hometown of Santiago, Chile, but also with international travelers. References to him in guidebooks like The Lonely Planet,  TripAdviser.com, and numerous travel blogs all refer to him of the wizard of camera repair–able to diagnose and fix just about anything. And, if you manage […]

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This Photographer Wants You to Steal His Art

This Photographer Wants You to Steal His Art

Ever wonder what would happen if you made your photography into a performance art, one where the experience of the acquiring the photo was just as memorable as the photo itself? That’s just what photographer Lukas Renlund set out to do with his traveling outdoor exhibition “Steal My Photograph!”: The video above was filmed in […]

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Then & Now Photo Project

Then & Now Photo Project

“Then and Now” photos are an excellent way to explore the passage of time and how it affects us and our surroundings. Now, marking the 100-year anniversary of the beginning of the First World War, a number of historical then-and-now’s are popping up. Take a look at this time-lapse video created by Belgian photographer Stijn […]

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How to Nail Your Focus for Sharp Landscape Photos Every Time

How to Nail Your Focus for Sharp Landscape Photos Every Time

If you’ve ever been disappointed in the focus of your landscape photos or have wondered why some parts of your photo are “soft” even though you think you have the right aperture setting, you might want to consider using Live View. In Live View, you can check to make sure you’ve got the right focus […]

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Watch Out Matrix, Here Comes Pinhole Camera Bullet Time

Watch Out Matrix, Here Comes Pinhole Camera Bullet Time

“Bullet time” is a visual effect where action is slowed down so much that even the most miniscule of movements can be photographed. The term was first coined by the makers of the movie The Matrix to describe their filming of the bullets flying through the air. Simulating the effect using 360 degree rigs and […]

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Do You Have What It Takes to Become a Photojournalist?

Do You Have What It Takes to Become a Photojournalist?

There are many things that can inspire someone to become a photojournalist. For some, it’s as simple as reading National Geographic, working as a journalist on a high school paper, or simply falling in love with documenting the little things that happen in life. For others, it can be as big as wanting to make […]

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