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How to Photograph a Moonrise

Fstoppers Learn how to take sweet moonrise shots! How to Photograph a Moonrise In the wake of 2017’s only supermoon, which rose on December 3rd, NatureTTL has released a new video detailing to photographers how to plan for, and execute, a great moonrise or moonset landscape photo. For photographers wanting to branch out into a new type of photography, these tips are great fo… Read More at Fstoppers

How to Photograph a Truck Portrait at Sunset

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “It’s all about incident angle and how you get that sun to work for you on the side of the vehicle and then put a little strobe light in to open up his face and clean up the portrait.” How to Photograph a Truck Portrait at Sunset Using the sunset to your benefit creates a warm, soft glow on your portrait subjects. Does it work for photographing vehicles? The Slanted Lens shows how to use the sunset […]

This Aspiring Actress Got to Photograph Albert Einstein, Then Changed Careers

Fstoppers Can you imagine photographing on the smartest people to ever live? This Aspiring Actress Got to Photograph Albert Einstein, Then Changed Careers It was 1948. One aspiring actress tagged along with a couple of filmmaker friends, and ended up taking some of the most iconic photos the world has ever seen: black and white portraits of Albert Einstein. It had such an effect, she instead pursued photography, going on to take portraits of world lea… Read More at Fstoppers

The Story Behind a Landscape Photograph

Fstoppers Every photo carries a story. The Story Behind a Landscape Photograph What is it about landscape photography that draws us back into nature? Is it waiting for the perfect light to hit the mountains overlooking a vast, green valley? Is it sitting on a rocky shore, listening to and witnessing the sheer power of Mother Nature’s waves crash against the rocky shore? Is it… Read More at Fstoppers

How to Photograph Food For Professional-Standard Shots | Light Stalking

Strobox www.lightstalking.com/how-to-photograph-food How to Photograph Food For Professional-Standard Shots | Light Stalking How to Photograph Food For Professional-Standard Shots July 29, 2013 by LightStalking 10 Replies The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts LightStalking I’m Rob, the editor of Light Stalking. I try to keep this ship on course. Latest posts by LightStalking (see all) Gavin Heffernan… Read More at Strobox

How to Photograph Stars in a City: Photographing the World 3 BTS

Fstoppers Go behind the scenes of our latest tutorial! How to Photograph Stars in a City: Photographing the World 3 BTS The new season of Photographing the World 3 behind the scenes is now in full swing! In this week’s episode, the gang heads down the Amalfi Coast and settles into the small town of Atrani. Here Elia Locardi teaches something I didn’t think was possible: capturing star trails in a light polluted town…. Read More at Fstoppers

How to Photograph Lightning: Helpful Tips for Nailing the Shot

PetaPixel How to shoot lightning like a pro. How to Photograph Lightning: Helpful Tips for Nailing the Shot Lightning is an amazing subject to try and photograph. Dazzling. Unpredictable. Fulfilling. I’ve been documenting the long arm of Zeus for more than two de Read More at PetaPixel

A review of the Alien Skin Exposure X2, recreating nightmares through photograph…

500px A review of the Alien Skin Exposure X2, recreating nightmares through photography, an artist life in Cuba… read about all this and more in our weekly roundup of photography news on 500px ISO: http://hubs.ly/H07Mn8F0 Picture: “Bridge Vroenhoven” by Patrick Dreuning. Profile: http://hubs.ly/H07MmV-0 #500px #PhotographyNews Read More at 500px

How to Photograph an Airshow

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph an Airshow Each summer, at air shows across the globe, awestruck spectators enjoy the power and precision of aerial demonstration teams and individual performers. In addition to what is happening in the air, there are often static displays on the ground. For photographers, these events provide outstanding phot… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph the Holidays: Download your Free Guide Today

Digital Photography School A gift from dPS to you for the holidays. How to Photograph the Holidays: Download your Free Guide Today With the end of the year and the holiday period approaching, we know that many dPS readers find themselves with cameras in hand more than any other time of year. The holidays come with so many wonderful photographic opportunities – and we don’t want you to miss a single one! So we have a special … Read More […]

How to Photograph Panoramas Without a Wide Angle Lens

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Panoramas Without a Wide Angle Lens So, you want to make breathtaking panoramic landscape photos or super wide cityscapes but you could never afford and ultra-wide angle lens. Don’t worry. David Bergman has simple tips that will allow you to make those breathtaking photos, without ever needing an expensive lenses. Interested? Watch th… Read More at Picture Correct

How Do You Pick Your Best Photos Over the Duds? One Pro Explains His Culling Process (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine A better way to choose the keepers. How Do You Pick Your Best Photos Over the Duds? One Pro Explains His Culling Process (VIDEO) Whether you photograph portraits in the studio or wildlife in the field, a daylong shoot usually results in the onerous task of culling through dozens if not hundreds of images to select the best shots. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Jeff Schultz Braves Blizzards, Whiteouts and Frigid Temperatures to Photograph the Iditarod

Shutterbug Magazine Great images from an epic event. Jeff Schultz Braves Blizzards, Whiteouts and Frigid Temperatures to Photograph the Iditarod ©Jeff Schultz Anchorage-based Jeff Schultz is an internationally acclaimed nature photographer known for his Alaskan landscape and wildlife imagery. He’s also the official photographer of the Iditarod and has risked his life to capture over 50,000 images of that epic event held every March. Read More at Shutterbug.com

How to Photograph 3 Headshot Looks with Just 1 Background

PictureCorrect Photography Tips The end result? Three completely different looks with a minimum of hassle. How to Photograph 3 Headshot Looks with Just 1 Background Perhaps you’re on a budget, or maybe you just hate switching out backgrounds. Either way, this tutorial from portrait and lifestyle photographer Jeff Carpenter has some great tips for getting different color backgrounds with a minimum of gear and fuss: Having the versatility to get a number of diffe… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph Children Indoors: 8 Tips

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Children Indoors: 8 Tips Home is one of the best places to photograph children. They are in their trusted environment and you can capture them immersed in their activities and interactions, with all kinds of natural expressions. Yet photographing children indoors can be challenging and frustrating. The main reason is, of co… Read More at Picture Correct

In this post Elizabeth Halford shares some tips to help the women we photograph …

Digital Photography School In this post Elizabeth Halford shares some tips to help the women we photograph to LOVE their photo shoot with you. Read the tips > https://digital-photography-school.com/7-tips-for-helping-women-love-having-their-photo-taken-with-you/ Read More at Digital Photography School

How NOT to Photograph the Moon

PetaPixel Even the best photojournalists make these mistakes. How NOT to Photograph the Moon There are plenty of tutorials and examples on the Web for capturing amazing photographs of the moon. Photojournalist Van Applegate recently experienced a h Read More at PetaPixel

How to Photograph Fireworks eBook Deal Until July 4th!

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Are you ready to photograph some fireworks shows? How to Photograph Fireworks eBook Deal Until July 4th! Fireworks photography is indeed one of the most daunting types of photography. This in-depth tutorial eBook explains the process from start to finish, everything from gear and camera settings to composition and post-processing to achieve great results with fireworks of any kind. Found here: How to P… Read More at Picture Correct

How to photograph watches with only a kit lens and a speedlight – DIY Photography

DIYPhotography It’s time for some professional-looking product shots on the budget How to photograph watches with only a kit lens and a speedlight – DIY Photography Shiny male watch on a black background will certainly catch your eye in a catalog or in an Instagram feed. You can also create this kind of look, and you don’t even need an expensive studio gear to do it. Photographer Dustin Dolby shares his workflow that will give you the stylish, catalog-worthy ph… […]

Want to Photograph a Blonde, But Your Model has Brown Hair? Just “Fix” it in Photoshop (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine 5 models in one! Want to Photograph a Blonde, But Your Model has Brown Hair? Just “Fix” it in Photoshop (VIDEO) Let’s say you’re photographing a brunette and you’d like to see what she (or he) looks like with blonde, black or red hair. After watching this detailed Photoshop tutorial you’ll be able to change brown hair to any color you want. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Rub This Stamp with Your Finger & It Switches from an Image of an Eclipse to a Photograph of the Full Moon

Shutterbug Magazine Just like magic! Rub This Stamp with Your Finger & It Switches from an Image of an Eclipse to a Photograph of the Full Moon Last month we featured a story with a wealth of information from Canon on how to photograph the once-in-a-life total eclipse of the sun that will be visible from coast to coast on August 21st. Read More at Shutterbug.com

What’s the Proper Way to Photograph Fireworks?

PictureCorrect Photography Tips What’s the Proper Way to Photograph Fireworks? It’s that time of the year when many members of our community are looking for tips on how to shoot fireworks. The Art of Photography shares a few things to consider if you’re planning to shoot fireworks this 4th of July: Considerations When Taking Fireworks Photos Fireworks are bright. That means th… Read More at Picture Correct

What Makes A Great Street Photograph and How Do We Create Them

Digital Photography School A great read for street photographers What Makes A Great Street Photograph and How Do We Create Them Growing up I obsessed with basketball. I would skip school; I would play in light rain and sometimes snow; I occasionally failed classes and always fell asleep in them. From age 8 until 22, it’s pretty much all I did and all I wanted to do. The best players were often reserved, relaxed, and mentall… Read More at Digital […]

How to Photograph Fireworks Infographic

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Fireworks Infographic Fireworks are a rare subject that amateur photographers have a hard time lucking their way through. No amount of Instagram filtering and photoshopping will make a bad picture look good. So if you want to stand apart from the pack, you’ve got to know what you’re doing. Here is a new infographic to gu… Read More at Picture Correct

Tutorial: How to Photograph a Spiders Web Read the tips:

Digital Photography School Tutorial: How to Photograph a Spiders Web Read the tips: http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-photograph-a-spiders-web Read More at Digital Photography School

Elements That Make a Striking Photograph

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Elements That Make a Striking Photograph What does it take to create a really stunning image? There are six basic elements and certain factors that influence composition and make a really great image. If you can understand these and learn to apply them successfully, then you’re on your way to top photos. Now although there are all of these… Read More at Picture Correct

A Single Photograph Gets All Foreign Weddings Banned on a Greek Island

Fstoppers Ohhhhhh dear… A Single Photograph Gets All Foreign Weddings Banned on a Greek Island As a photographer, there may come a time when you’re handed a request that may seem out of the ordinary. That may have been the case for one photographer who just managed to get all foreign weddings on the Greek island of Rhodes banned. Read More at Fstoppers

Top 5 Tips on How to Photograph Food

Digital Photography School Tips for creating mouth watering photos of food Top 5 Tips on How to Photograph Food A Guest Post by Deidra Wilson. Many of you may want to step up your food photography from iPhone to fabulous, but you’re sure that it’s quite impossible to do without a food stylist and ten grand worth of gear to help you make that dish look amazing. I am living proof that that’s just … Read More at Digital Photography […]

How to photograph sorrow

DIYPhotography Sorrow is a great source of inspiration sometimes How to photograph sorrow I can’t tell you how often I had to tell how I got to make this picture. This image was created for the semi-final of the Dutch Canon Grand Prix 2017, and I had lots of talks to people about it, before and afterwards. Let’s start at the beginning. Earlier this year I got an Email with the invitation… Read More at DIY Photography

Scrim It and Light It – How to Photograph in Hard, Direct Sunlight | Fstoppers

Strobox How to use scrims. https://fstoppers.com/education/scrim-it-and-light-it-how-photograph-hard-direct-sunlight-58570 Scrim It and Light It – How to Photograph in Hard, Direct Sunlight | Fstoppers Learning to find the perfect light is something that takes time and experience. But what do you do when the perfect light isn’t there? Shooting in hard sunlight isn’t always the most flattering or ideal situation. Don’t settle for less than ideal results, bad light doesn’t have to mean bad images. I… Read More at Strobox

What Makes a Great Photograph?

PictureCorrect Photography Tips What Makes a Great Photograph? I’m sure this article will be controversial. I mean, after all, how do you objectively characterize what makes a good photograph? It’s not like marking a mathematics paper, where there is always a right or wrong answer. Photography, much like any other art form, is very subjective. That said, I do b… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph a Bottle of Wine

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph a Bottle of Wine Photographing a bottle of wine is all about a shot that accentuates the product and makes it look enticing. The setup doesn’t have to be complicated. You can very well use bits and pieces to compose each aspect of the shot. As long as you have a set of workable frames you can bring them […] Read More at Picture Correct

How to Approach & Photograph Strangers in Other Countries for Travel Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Approach & Photograph Strangers in Other Countries for Travel Photography Read More at Picture Correct

How to Find & Photograph Great Macro Subjects

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Find & Photograph Great Macro Subjects If there’s one type of photography “wild west”, it’s macro photography. While most other subject – flowers, sunsets, the aurora borealis – already have thousands of great shots from pro photographers, the opportunities to take new, unique, and exciting macro shots are endless! Here are a few tips I… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph the Images Needed For Focus Stacking

Digital Photography School Very practical tips for focus stacking How to Photograph the Images Needed For Focus Stacking Follow this tutorial for a surprisingly easy way to shoot images for focus stacking, without a tripod rail system or fancy gear! Read More at Digital Photography School

How to Photograph Motion

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Motion Photographs by their very nature capture a split second in time. But often a photographer will want to suggest what comes just before or after the shot by portraying movement. There are some very obvious circumstances when you’ll need to capture motion, for example sports photography, but the same t… Read More at Picture Correct

Here’s How a Photographer Made His Model Levitate for a Creative Real Estate Photograph (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Magic carpet to the rescue! Here’s How a Photographer Made His Model Levitate for a Creative Real Estate Photograph (VIDEO) Selling a home isn’t easy in today’s challenging real estate market, so an enterprising young couple came up with an eye-catching concept they thought might attract attention to a home they were selling: They wanted the main photo for their listing to have an attractive model levitating on a magic c… Read More at Shutterbug.com

Women Photograph: Daniella Zalcman in Conversation with Susan Me

Magnum Photos Susan Meiselas will be in conversation with 2016 Inge Morath Award recipient Daniella Zalcman at the Magnum Foundation next week. You can register for the free event now. Please join us for a conversation with @[141251059248200:274:Susan Meiselas] and @[273708186402650:274:Daniella Zalcman] about the shifting challenges and opportunities for women and trans people in photography. Susan is a photographer, educator, and president of the Magnum Foundation. Daniella is the recipient of the 2016 Inge Morath Award and founder of Women […]

How to Photograph Fire

Digital Photography School Please be safe if you take this tutorial on! How to Photograph Fire A Guest Post by Jon Beard Fire is an interesting thing. Watch people around a campfire and it’s easy to see the spell it can cast on us. We have such a deep and instinctive relationship with it, there’s no wonder why including flame in a photo can have such an impact. In this write-up … Read More at Digital Photography School

How to photograph sunrises and sunsets

Photography Life Sunrise and sunset are amazing times of day for photography. Here are some tips to help you make the most of the Golden Hours: https://photographylife.com/how-to-photograph-sunrises-and-sunsets How to photograph sunrises and sunsets There are no times of day more famous for photography than “Golden Hour” — sunrise and sunset. Although great light can happen at any time, the edges of the day are perhaps the most consistent sources of inspiration you can find. Still, just because they’re beautiful doesn’t […]