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This video from Thomas Heaton really resonated with me. Living in Ohio, there are no looming mountains or grand vistas, but I still find plenty to photograph. Follow his process as he turns a drab day with average scenery into great images.[ Read More ]... READ MORE
FStoppers | 03-26-2017 5:32 PM
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Early 2016 I was hired by Eight Wealth Management, a financial advisory and investment company based in Portsmouth, to take head shots and also a group photo.The work was to take place over 2 days with the head shots being photographed on day 1 at the company offices and then day 2 in a nearby studio for the group shot. CLICK HERE to see and read about the original group shot which came with it’s own challenges as you’ll see.So, fast forward into 2017 and Eight Wealth... READ MORE
Glyn Dewis | 03-26-2017 11:46 AM
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One of the main challenges photographers face when trying to accurately capture any scene is achieving a realistic sense of depth, whether you’re shooting a portrait or a landscape. For centuries, artists have struggled to effectively portray a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional image. In the absence of physical depth, artists and photographers are forced to incorporate optical illusions to create a convincing sense of visual dimension.These techniques will help you capture a more satisfying scene, and will help viewers feel completely immersed in your... READ MORE
Sleek Lens | 03-25-2017 11:51 PM
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Photoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses how to darken a sky in your shotsPhoto editing masterclass - Peter GilbertPhotoshop guru Martin Evening sorts out your photo-editing and post-processing problems. Here he discusses how to darken a sky in your shots... READ MORE
Amateur Photographer | 03-25-2017 10:00 PM
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One of the most accurate and powerful ways to take meter readings of light through the lens to determine the dynamic range of a scene is spot metering. It can help you produce a correct exposure every single time you press the shutter release button.If you’ve struggled to produce photographs that look right in the shadow, midtone and highlight regions then this step-by-step guide can help you get things right.Photo by Anders Jorgensen; ISO 100, f/2.8, 1/160-second exposure.First, let me clear a misunderstanding about dynamic... READ MORE
Picture Correct | 03-25-2017 9:41 PM
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Any photographer who’s ever taken on the challenge of creating a timelapse video is all too familiar with the flickering, staggered staccato effect. Caused by shutter speeds that are too quick to properly capture the motion in between frames, the illusion of jumping or skipping can take the realism out of even the most extraordinary scenes.Of course, the easiest way of avoiding this issue would be to slow down the shutter speed. This could be done by applying a neutral density filter to a lens or... READ MORE
Picture Correct | 03-25-2017 2:03 PM
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Creating interesting effects in camera doesn't always have to require expensive filters. With a little ingenuity and a cheap UV filter, you can replicate these cool effects in your own work.[ Read More ]... READ MORE
FStoppers | 03-25-2017 9:09 AM
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How important is exposure in photography? What are the components of exposure? What is the “Exposure Triangle”? These are the questions I will attempt to answer in this introductory post about ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed — the components of achieving a properly exposed photo.Understanding the purpose and value of exposure is a must for photographers, particularly beginners who are serious about developing their craft.What is Exposure in Photography?In the simplest of terms, exposure for photographers refers to how an image is recorded by camera... READ MORE
PetaPixel | 03-25-2017 8:31 AM
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When you think of lens aperture on your camera – do you think about exposure, or do you think about artistic interpretation? Yes, aperture is one third of the exposure equation (with shutter speed and ISO making up the other two variables), but your choice of aperture should primarily be an artistic choice. If you’re […]The post Glow or sparkle? Two artistic aperture choices for sun flare & specular highlights appeared first on DIY Photography. ... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 03-24-2017 11:47 PM
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If you haven't already made plans to witness the 2017 solar eclipse that's coming on August 21, you need to.A full solar eclipse is rare enough, but this is an even more special kind of eclipse...For the first time in almost 100 years, it will be visible from the west coast to the east coast of North America.That means that eyes from Oregon to Wyoming to Missouri to South Carolina will be gazing skyward come August to see the moon block the sun and turn... READ MORE
PhotographyTalk | 03-24-2017 1:48 PM
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They say ‘practice makes perfect,’ and if you want to practice your photo editing, you need some RAW files. That’s where a new site/service called Wesaturate comes in. If you don’t have time to go out and shoot your own RAWs, or you want more variety, the site wants to provide a source of free RAW files for everyone.Think of it like Unsplash for RAW files. Co-creators Kash Goudarzi and Gifton Okoronkwo tell us they came up with the idea because they realized just how... READ MORE
PetaPixel | 03-24-2017 1:20 PM
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What do you think of when you think about fine art and its subgenre in photography?Does it interest you or turn you right off? Let me tell you this, I was one of those people in the “latter” category – just didn't interest me.So coming as far as I have to produce a piece on the subject means I've definitely stretched my scope and how I perceive it now has changed for life.So then, you guessed it already, we're having a look into Fine Art Grunge... READ MORE
Light Stalking | 03-24-2017 8:00 AM
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No limits, Nathan Elson shares this behind the scenes shooting studio and natural light.All images shot with the Fuji X-Pro2 + XF 56mm f/1.2One from today. New BTS vlog coming on Friday. Model: @sarah.nunn Hair/Makeup: @glam_and_beyond Fuji X-pro2 + XF 56mm f/1.2 . Edited using my CUSTOM LIGHTROOM PRESETS (link in profile) . #fuji #fujifilm #xpro2 #fujifeed #xf56 #bnw_rose # ... READ MORE
ISO 1200 | 03-24-2017 2:34 AM
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In this in-depth Wildlife Photography Tutorial, we put together some of the best material we have published to date on photographing wildlife. Most of the information comes from myself (Robert Andersen), but a few extra tips are shared by other talented PL team members like Tom Redd. Instead of creating separate articles on each topic, we thought it would be a good idea to compile everything into a single piece, so that our readers could get the best out of it and have a chance... READ MORE
Photography Life | 03-24-2017 2:00 AM
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Travel photography is a career for some. Most people, though, just want to bring back nice photos to show their friends and family. No image will replace the moment of being there; that’s why people still travel instead of browsing Google Images!photo by Moyan BrennChoosing a CameraProfessional or amateur, the first thing you need is a camera. Yes, a camera, and a real one—not a phone or something you attach to your helmet.Choosing the best camera requires a good amount of research. However, most modern cameras... READ MORE
Picture Correct | 03-23-2017 6:43 PM
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In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll cover a bunch of different ways to cover creating light leaks and lens flares. We’ll talk about mixing blend...... READ MORE
TutVid | 03-23-2017 6:00 PM
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 Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re introducing our next Laws of Light- Creating Dimension and Texture.  As photographers and videographers we’re trying to take a one dimensional experience and turn it into a three dimensional experience. Light is our tool to create this dimension. It has to give us depth and texture in order to do that. So let’s get started and see how we can do that.Camera ViewWe have to understand camera view in order to create dimension and... READ MORE
The Slanted Lens | 03-23-2017 3:00 PM
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We have featured a few techniques to reduce noise on night sky images using multiple exposures. For a change, Greg Benz shows us how we can achieve almost similar results with images we shot in a single exposure. The process is slightly more complex than when having multiple frames, but surprisingly, the final image is quite clean! So, let’s discover the workflow offered by the maker of Lumenzia.[ Read More ]... READ MORE
FStoppers | 03-23-2017 10:32 AM
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COOPH presents some fun tips and tricks on how to shoot epic portrait photos for social media, job applications and creative gifts. There’s a million ways to do it, but here are some of our favorites!You may also like: The Photographer's DIETCREDITS:Producer: Ulrich Grill, zooom productions (www.zooom.at) Cinematography & Editing: Andrea Schernthaner Director: Fred ... READ MORE
ISO 1200 | 03-23-2017 10:02 AM
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Take a few minutes and look up Photographer Joel Grimes. His portraits infuse a unique and identifiable lighting style that is edgy, dramatic, and often shot in studio with fairly simple lighting setups. Even more interesting is the fact that most of his shots are taken with the intent of compositing them into different backgrounds.[ Read More ]... READ MORE
FStoppers | 03-23-2017 8:32 AM
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If you’re just starting out in photography (or know someone who is), here’s a simple 5-minute animation that provides a crash course on the subject of aperture.“In this animation, I explain aperture and how it interacts with the various parameters of photography,” writes Vincent Ledvina, an independent filmmaker who specializes in animation and time-lapse photography.Ledvina says he’s planning to create a series of similar videos on the basic pillars of photography. You can follow along by subscribing to his new YouTube channel. ... READ MORE
PetaPixel | 03-23-2017 7:40 AM
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111011Essential InformationBlack and white is nothing new when it comes to art; it’s existed since the beginning of time.Art photography is similar in that it started out in black and white due to technical limitations – well before the dawn of colour film.Even though the majority of photography is done automatically on digital cameras, black and white photography lives on, remaining a very powerful technique.Color photography is the strongest when trying to accurately reproduce a scene because it captures the full spectrum of colour present.Black and white... READ MORE
DSLR Shots | 03-23-2017 5:16 AM
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Richard Avedon began his most seminal body of work called In The American West in the late 70's. Commissioned by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art it hasn't been displayed in the museum since the opening.Read More »The post The Brilliant Photographs of Richard Avedon appeared first on The Art of Photography.... READ MORE
The Art of Photography | 03-22-2017 3:03 PM
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