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Feast Your Eyes on These Mouth Watering Food Photographs

Feast Your Eyes on These Mouth Watering Food Photographs

If you like preparing food, you’ve probably taken a photo of your masterpieces more than a few times, right? It’s hard to resist. Good food photography is all about attractive photographs that make your mouth water and your stomach rumble. Check out the deliciousness we found this week: Feeling hungry? If you’re heading to kitchen, […]

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Understanding Lighting Ratios for Photography

Understanding Lighting Ratios for Photography

Knowing how to light a subject is one of the most important skills for a photographer. It’s more than just a technical necessity; the manipulation of light and shadow directly impacts the mood and feeling of an image. So, Jay P. Morgan has taken it upon himself to go over the basics behind lighting ratios. Regardless of […]

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10 Tips for Landscape Photography

10 Tips for Landscape Photography

It’s a common misconception that it doesn’t take much to snap a photo of a landscape; all you have to do is find a pretty view and press the shutter button. But this couldn’t be further from the truth! Landscape photography requires finesse, timing, and great composition. The best landscape shots are often planned ahead […]

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Creative Portraits Using a Plastic Dust Sheet

Creative Portraits Using a Plastic Dust Sheet

Creating unique portrait shots doesn’t require fancy gear or even a lot of technical know-how. Photographer Gavin Hoey demonstrates how even the humblest of props can transform a mundane shot into an original work of art: For those interested in shooting creative portraiture on a small budget, it’s always a relief to find that that […]

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Instant Cure for Photography Gear Acquisition Syndrome

Instant Cure for Photography Gear Acquisition Syndrome

Photography duo Tony and Chelsea Northrup generally spend their time reviewing camera gear and producing video tutorials. The two are professionals when it comes to entertaining an audience. As is evident in their latest viral video, the two have learned to laugh at themselves through their experiences as internet personalities: No doubt inspired by conversations with […]

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Seeing the Image as a Photographer

Seeing the Image as a Photographer

As photographers in the digital age, we are totally spoiled for choice when it comes to equipment, accessories, software, hardware, and you name it. Added to this is the vast amount of information freely available on the web. It’s all a big step up from the age of film photography. Or is it? Whatever our […]

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Long Haul Pilot Captures Night Flight in Timelapse

Long Haul Pilot Captures Night Flight in Timelapse

More so than most people, Sales Wick keeps his eyes in the sky. That’s because, aside from being one part of a Zurich based film agency, he’s an experienced airline pilot. Whether he’s flying a drone or a commercial jet, the majority of his work is produced high above the Earth’s surface: In this recent piece combining […]

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Photographing Honey Hunters in the Himalayas

Photographing Honey Hunters in the Himalayas

How far would you be willing to go to capture a story? Renan Ozturk, Ben Ayers, Mark Synott, and the rest of the team behind “The Last Honey Hunter” traveled to the other side of the globe in order to record the incredible tale behind one small Nepalese village: On assignment with National Geographic, the core […]

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How to Photograph Great Seascapes

How to Photograph Great Seascapes

The late great Galen Rowell once advised us to look to the edges of environments, and there we would find many successful images. Where the land meets the sea must be by far one of our most fertile hunting grounds. Ever since we were children, given a bucket and spade, a long summer’s day and […]

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Pre-Photo Checklist: 14 Photography Preparation Tips

Pre-Photo Checklist: 14 Photography Preparation Tips

You probably know that becoming a great photographer is much more than buying a camera, pointing it at something, and pressing the shutter button. In fact, there’s plenty to do before you even take the shot, especially if you’re doing formal photo shoots. If you’re a beginner, finding all the steps to prepping for a […]

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