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How to Get Started Making Extra Money with Your Nature Photography

Digital Photography School Here’s how to make your photography pay for itself. How to Get Started Making Extra Money with Your Nature Photography If you have considered trying to make a bit of money on the side with your nature photography – here are some tips to help you get started. Read More at Digital Photography School

Three Quick Steps to Making a Photo Pop Using Photoshop

Fstoppers Want your photos to really pop? Check this out! Three Quick Steps to Making a Photo Pop Using Photoshop A lot of people are fans of the portrait look in which the subject really seems to “pop” off the image, as it’s a striking and attention-grabbing style. This helpful video will show you three quick steps to recreate that look in your own portraiture work. Read More at Fstoppers

Behind-the-Scenes: Making Epic Back to the Future Themed Photo Composites

Popular Photography It took a mix of photography and 3D modeling to make these awesome time travel scenes. Behind-the-Scenes: Making Epic Back to the Future Themed Photo Composites To honor the Back to the Future’s anniversary, Fullframe Photographics put together some crazy photo composite ads Read More at Popular Photography

Tips for Making Your Travel Photography Packing List for International Trips

Digital Photography School What would you add to Peter’s list of items to take for photography on an international trip? Tips for Making Your Travel Photography Packing List for International Trips Do you have trouble deciding what to take on long international trips? Here are some tips to help you make your travel photography packing list. Read More at Digital Photography School

5 Tips for Making Beautiful Black and White Portraits ️

Digital Photography School 5 Tips for Making Beautiful Black and White Portraits ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/tips-better-black-and-white-portraits/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Watch This Stunning 4K Timelapse of San Francisco That Was Three Years in the Making (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Another epic timelapse video. Watch This Stunning 4K Timelapse of San Francisco That Was Three Years in the Making (VIDEO) Three years ago photographer/filmmaker Matthew Maniego created quite a stir with a timelapse video of San Francisco entitled Paradise x SF. Now he’s released the stunning sequel he’s been working on since late 2013. Watch the video below and prepared to be amazed. Read More at Shutterbug.com

My iPad and Me: Making Lemons Into Lemonade

Fstoppers Part of success is knowing how to take bad situations and turn them to something good. My iPad and Me: Making Lemons Into Lemonade In the grand tradition of turning lemons into lemonade, I thought I would share with you a quick story about how a less than desirable situation for me this weekend turned into a chance to improve my business and my approach. Read More at Fstoppers

Men at Work: The Making of an Iconic Image

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “Their attitude…their casualness, the indifference to the risk that they’re taking is what separates the photograph.” Men at Work: The Making of an Iconic Image If you’re at all familiar with American history, it’s likely that you’ve heard of the Rockefeller family as well as their endeavors throughout the 20th century building some of the most iconic structures New York City has to offer. Perhaps even more well known than the Rockefeller’s themselves may b… Read More […]

25 airbags making a super slow motion rainbow explosion is the best thing you’ll see today

DIYPhotography The best eye candy you’ll see today 25 airbags making a super slow motion rainbow explosion is the best thing you’ll see today We’re used to seeing The Slow Mo Guys impress us with some pretty amazing things. They make even the mundane look amazing, and show us things in completely new ways. This, though, has to be one of their most beautiful videos ever. Back in 2014, they exploded a car airbag at 2500fps and it looked ve… […]

Making the most of an unplanned image in Photoshop

DIYPhotography An unplanned shot turned my model heroine! Making the most of an unplanned image in Photoshop At the beginning of the year, me and fellow DIYP writer and photographer John Aldred, and our good friend and model Ambellina decided at the last minute, to go out to the Lake District in Cumbria and shoot. There was no planning really, it was a last-minute, let’s just get and see what happens kind… Read More at DIY Photography

Peak Design Making Everyday Backpack, Tote, and Sling Camera Bags

Popular Photography Will you be backing the new Peak Design Kickstarter? Peak Design Making Everyday Backpack, Tote, and Sling Camera Bags After the wild success of the Everyday Messenger camera bag, Peak Design is releasing several more new camera carrying options. Read More at Popular Photography

Ten New Year’s Resolutions Worth Making as a Photographer

Fstoppers What are your New Year’s resolutions? Ten New Year’s Resolutions Worth Making as a Photographer Clichéd new year resolutions are as much of a tradition of the holidays as building snowmen and eggnog. Why not change things up a bit this year and set yourself a resolution which is related to helping you grow as a photographer. Here are 10 promises worth trying to keep in 2018. Read More at Fstoppers

Tips for Making the Most of Morning Light for Portraits ️

Digital Photography School Tips for Making the Most of Morning Light for Portraits ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/tips-making-most-morning-light-portraits/ Read More at Digital Photography School

The Importance of Making Mistakes and the Photography of Wing Shya

Fstoppers Make mistakes! It’s ok! The Importance of Making Mistakes and the Photography of Wing Shya In this beautiful short video, Photographer and Filmmaker Ian Wong discusses the work of legendary Photographer Wing Shya and how making mistakes can give you creative freedom and innovation. Read More at Fstoppers

Switching from Lightroom to ACDSee Photo Studio: Making the Jump Easy

Digital Photography School If you’re looking to switch from Lightroom – here’s a guide to making the jump to ACD Switching from Lightroom to ACDSee Photo Studio: Making the Jump Easy If you’ve already decided to make a switch from Lightroom, ACDsee Photo Studio has several things that will you make the move more easily. Read More at Digital Photography School

Yuneec Launches H920 Plus Drone and CGO4 Camera for Making Pro Quality Stills and Video

Shutterbug Magazine Up, up and away! Yuneec Launches H920 Plus Drone and CGO4 Camera for Making Pro Quality Stills and Video The new Yuneec Tornado H920 Plus hexacopter is a major upgrade to the company’s previous H20 flagship model, offering all the bells and whistles necessary for capturing professional quality stills and video. The company has also introduced the new CGO4 interchangeable-lens camera with a host of adva… Read More at Shutterbug.com

Five Fun Ideas for Making Festive Holiday Images

Digital Photography School Ideas for taking festive images these holidays Five Fun Ideas for Making Festive Holiday Images If you’ve got some time on your hands and want to make some festive photos, here are 5 ideas for fun holiday images for you. Read More at Digital Photography School

Award-Winning Peter McKinnon Reveals His Secrets for Making a Great Time-Lapse (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine It’s time to get busy! Award-Winning Peter McKinnon Reveals His Secrets for Making a Great Time-Lapse (VIDEO) We frequently post great time-lapse videos, and readers often ask about the best way to embark on one of these projects themselves. In the helpful video tutorial below, award-winning Canadian photographer/videographer Peter McKinnon reveals everything you need to know to make a great time-lapse. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Here’s the Lowdown on Making Dramatic Photos by Shooting from a Low Camera Angle (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine How low can you go? Here’s the Lowdown on Making Dramatic Photos by Shooting from a Low Camera Angle (VIDEO) Most photographers are familiar with the notion of photographing small children and pets from a low angle (at their eye level) to make them feel more comfortable. But in this interesting tutorial from Ted Forbes, you’ll learn why taking this approach can add drama to all kinds of images. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Peter McKinnon’s 5 Easy Tips for Making Great Photography Videos with Simple Gear (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Use the gear you already own. Peter McKinnon’s 5 Easy Tips for Making Great Photography Videos with Simple Gear (VIDEO) We often turn to Peter McKinnon for his quick and energetic tips on improving both videos and still images, and in the helpful tutorial below he reveals five secrets that will immediately improve the quality of your videos. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Making 150-Megapixel Photographs on a 10-Year-Old Camera

Fstoppers You don’t always need the newest tech to make gorgeous prints. Making 150-Megapixel Photographs on a 10-Year-Old Camera They say the best camera is the one that is with you, but what if that particular camera is lacking in megapixels? Here’s how to take advantage of the camera you already own and make some giant image files and extra large photo prints. Read More at Fstoppers

Have Fun Making Unique Portraits with These Creative Tips & Tricks (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Step outside your comfort zone have get creative. Have Fun Making Unique Portraits with These Creative Tips & Tricks (VIDEO) One way to have fun with photography and get the creative juices flowing is to step out of your comfort zone and do things a bit differently. The quick tutorial below will help you do just that by offering a variety of fun tips and tricks for shooting portraits. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Making the Most of Natural Light in Photography

Strobox An article on natural light. http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/natural-light-photography.htm Making the Most of Natural Light in Photography Paying more attention to light is perhaps the single most important step you can take to improve your photography. With many landscapes, having good natural lighting can even be more important than the choice of subject itself. Different types of natural light can also produce a wide variety of subj… Read More at Strobox

10 Tips and Tricks for Making Difficult Selections in Photoshop

PetaPixel How to cut out anything in Photoshop. 10 Tips and Tricks for Making Difficult Selections in Photoshop If you’re just starting out in Photoshop and would like to learn the art of making difficult selections to isolate things in photos, check out this great v Read More at PetaPixel

How Making Horrible Photos Will Lead to More Keepers

Digital Photography School Do you take horrible photos? GOOD! You’re on the way to more keepers! How Making Horrible Photos Will Lead to More Keepers Learning to shoot some bad photos first can help you learn to evolve your scene into better photos and having more keepers. Read More at Digital Photography School

Making Unique Pictures in a Location That You Have Shot Many Times

Fstoppers Just because you’ve shot a location a lot of times, it doesn’t mean you can’t take unique pictures there. Making Unique Pictures in a Location That You Have Shot Many Times “Oh no, it’s the same location, yet again!” That’s a statement you’ll hear frequently from wedding photographers when they are assigned to shoot in a location they’ve visited frequently. I agree that shooting at the same location over and over can be testing. It might look like reinventing […]

7 Tips for Making Lightroom Run Faster

PetaPixel How to make Lightroom faster. 7 Tips for Making Lightroom Run Faster Not happy with Lightroom’s sluggish performance on your computer? Here’s a helpful 15-minute video in which photographer and instructor Anthony Morganti sh Read More at PetaPixel

The Exposure Triangle: Making Sense of Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

PetaPixel Learn the basics of the “Exposure Triangle.” The Exposure Triangle: Making Sense of Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO 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 a Read More at PetaPixel

Making Your Camera Work Faster With Custom Settings

Fstoppers Want to work more efficiently? Try out custom settings. Making Your Camera Work Faster With Custom Settings A lot of photography revolves around your ability to be prepared when the moment strikes and be able to adapt quickly as the scenery and required settings change. One of the best ways to be more efficient and increase your chances of getting the shot is by using custom controls, which this great vid… Read More at Fstoppers

“Man making charcoal” by Nattapon Sritrairat Profile: #500px

500px “Man making charcoal” by Nattapon Sritrairat Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08JHTH0 #500px Read More at 500px

“Making sense of it all.” by Arielle Gallione Profile: #500px

500px “Making sense of it all.” by Arielle Gallione Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08JLjw0 #500px Read More at 500px

Shutterbug Showcase: Start making money today: ow.ly/DS5330cwx9A

Shutterbug Magazine Shutterbug Showcase: Start making money today: ow.ly/DS5330cwx9A Read More at Shutterbug.com

Start Making Better Bird Pictures

Popular Photography Three bird photographers share their secrets of capturing these fine-feathered creatures Start Making Better Bird Pictures Read More at Popular Photography

Start Making Photographs to Become a Better Photographer

Digital Photography School Start MAKING photos… Start Making Photographs to Become a Better Photographer No more shots-on-the-fly. Start making photographs to become a better photographer Read More at Digital Photography School

It’s all about making our audience believe, regardless of the reality. :)إنها ال…

DIYPhotography It’s all about making our audience believe, regardless of the reality. :)إنها الخدع السينمائية. Read More at DIY Photography

This custom DIY shoulder rig will turn your camera into a video making monster for $200

DIYPhotography Do you use a shoulder rig, or do you prefer to go tripod? This custom DIY shoulder rig will turn your camera into a video making monster for $200 If you shoot video with DSLR or mirrorless cameras and you want to get serious, you really should consider a shoulder rig. They basically turn your camera from being Bruce Banner into The Hulk. You get so much more stability, capability and control. They’re more versatile and dynamic than a […]

The Making of a Fine Art Photo: Martin Stranka’s “Until You Wake Up”

A very cool, dream-like image and the story behind it. The Making of a Fine Art Photo: Martin Stranka’s “Until You Wake Up” ©Martin Stranka Martin Stranka’s fantastical fine art image titled “Until You Wake Up” was inspired not so much by a dream but by a real-life nightmare. “The crashed car, wintry landscape, and deer remind me of the accident that inspired me to start shooting,” Stranka explains. “My closest friend di… Link to the full Shutterbug Magazine Facebook […]

5 More Tips for Making Better Black and White Portraits

Tips for creating beautiful black and white portraits. 5 More Tips for Making Better Black and White Portraits Creating and editing black and white portraits requires some extra skills. Here are 5 tips to help you execute better black and white portraits. Link to the full Popular Photography Facebook post

Making a Four Foot, Travel-Friendly Syrp Magic Carpet Slider

Make your own slider! Making a Four Foot, Travel-Friendly Syrp Magic Carpet Slider I started using Syrp for time-lapse and motion control almost a year ago and I find the system very good for what it is; a way for photographers to step into motion control at a relatively low price point. The first piece of Syrp kit I purchased was their Genie Mini and having the ability to pan was… Link to the full Fstoppers Facebook post

Manny Ortiz Shares His Secrets for Making Beautiful Outdoor Portraits (VIDEO)

Join Ortiz and his wife on a walk through the woods Manny Ortiz Shares His Secrets for Making Beautiful Outdoor Portraits (VIDEO) One way to improve your photography is to observe a successful pro doing his thing. And in the video below you can do just that while taking a walk in the woods with Manny Ortiz and his pretty wife and model Diana. Link to the full Shutterbug Magazine story