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Metering for Light Ratios: Ep 120: Exploring Photography with Mark…

Strobox Video Tuesday on Strobox http://strobox.com/video/197 Metering for Light Ratios: Ep 120: Exploring Photography with Mark… In this episode, Mark shows you 4 simple steps for metering light ratios. Read More at Strobox

How to Add Splashes to Your Product Photography With Exposure Blending

Fstoppers Make a splash with your product photography! How to Add Splashes to Your Product Photography With Exposure Blending Depending on your project or assignment, commercial photography can allow for some creativity to be added to the photo. Creating splashing in the background or even having the splashes hit the product or subject can be one way to add some interesting factors to the shot. How would you set up the sho… Read More at Fstoppers

The seven camera GIF rig: taking wedding photography to a new level

DIYPhotography Great idea! The seven camera GIF rig: taking wedding photography to a new level In the summer of 2016, photographer Jeffrey L Bennett experimented with creating animated GIFs using multiple cameras. He wanted to animate a moment, frozen in time, from several angles. It wasn’t my first experience with animated sequences of images, for years I’ve been incorporating animated GIFs… Read More at DIY Photography

Behold the Incredible Black and White Street Photography by Legendary Richard Sandler

Shutterbug Magazine An astounding body of work! Behold the Incredible Black and White Street Photography by Legendary Richard Sandler All images from “The Eyes of the City” ©Richard Sandler Legendary photographer Richard Sandler walked the streets of New York and Boston for 20 years, capturing some of the most iconic black-and-white images of our time. Sandler’s images, some of which you see here, appear in permanent collections o… Read More at Shutterbug.com

HDR Photography Workshop at 30% Off!

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Exclusive deal ending soon! HDR Photography Workshop at 30% Off! Forget what you know & think about HDR photography. This workshop will show you how you can create realistic and beautiful high dynamic range imagery. We’ve all seen over-processed images that are just too saturated and unnatural looking, but perfectly balanced HDR is stunning. We were able to negot… Read More at Picture Correct

7 Street Photography Rules That Should Be Broken

Digital Photography School Break these street photography rules! 7 Street Photography Rules That Should Be Broken There is an all-too-common path that many people follow when they begin to practice street photography. They grab their camera, go to the busiest place they can find, and capture people head-on over and over again. While this is certainly something that you should do, it is not the only thing. I w….. Read More at Digital Photography School

Using a Cube to Understand Photography Lighting

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Using a Cube to Understand Photography Lighting In this second part of a three part series on the laws of light, Jay P Morgan demonstrates the correct ways of lighting a cube. The world isn’t a flat square or a flat circle or for that matter a flat rectangle. It’s composed of spheres, cubes, and cuboids. In other words, the world is filled […] Read More at Picture Correct

4 Sports Photography Tricks and Tips

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “Look for true moments…If you’re trying to get good at it, precision is the key.” 4 Sports Photography Tricks and Tips With 30 years of professional experience under his belt, Patrick Murphy-Racey has spent countless hours watching games from behind his camera’s viewfinder. Specializing in sports photography, his job is to be ready to capture the adrenaline and electricity that comes and goes at a moment’s notice: T… Read More at Picture Correct

Strobox vol.3 – Photography Lighting Instruction Book

Strobox Time to think about Xmas gifts…consider our latest book! See it at http://strobox.com/book/vol3 or for an instant access check an ebook at http://ow.ly/r4rIu Strobox vol.3 – Photography Lighting Instruction Book Read More at Strobox

New! Night Photography Course

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Launch sale ending soon! New! Night Photography Course Now available today, a start-to-finish online course for mastering dynamic photography at night. So often, scenes that look nondescript and boring during the day turn dramatic at night. And the photo opportunities are all around us. Currently 50% off for the launch sale (and includes a bonus eBook)… Read More at Picture Correct

Field Backups With the My Passport Wireless Pro – A Review for Travel Photography

DIYPhotography Field Backups With the My Passport Wireless Pro – A Review for Travel Photography Field Backups With the My Passport Wireless Pro – A Review for Travel Photography If you’re a travel photographer or just someone who wants to keep your photographs safe and secure while you’re in the field, one of your biggest challenges is copying and backing up your travel photographs and travel video as it’s captured. My top three travel photography backup challenges are: C… Read […]

Tips for Macro Photography at Home

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Tips for Macro Photography at Home In case you don’t feel like leaving home to shoot photos, try exploring the clutter of your living space to find interesting shots. Although it may not always be considered prime inspiration for photography, your home contains plenty of appealing angles and objects. Photographer Doug McKinlay descri… Read More at Picture Correct

But first, tea. Photo by Dina Belenko: #photography

500px 🍵But first, tea. Photo by Dina Belenko: http://goo.gl/Rbc5pa #photography Read More at 500px

Creative Ideas for Unique Wedding Ring Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Creative Ideas for Unique Wedding Ring Photography If you’ve ever wanted to spruce up your jewelry photography but weren’t sure exactly what to do, check out this video from wedding photographer Greg Moment. You won’t believe the effects he comes up with using super simple props and a pen light: In the photography world, it’s easy to fall into the m… Read More at Picture Correct

The Best National Parks For Photography

Popular Photography What’s your favorite National Park to photograph? Which one is your dream destination? The Best National Parks For Photography Best National Parks of 2016 Read More at Popular Photography

Do You Need a Photography Resume?

Digital Photography School Do you have one? Do You Need a Photography Resume? Most photographers have a portfolio, but what about a photography resume? Do you need one? This article may help clear up your questions about it. Read More at Digital Photography School

Night Landscape Photography Tips

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Night Landscape Photography Tips Many photographers assume that once the sun goes down, so do the opportunities to take spectacular landscape images. Some of my favorite photographs were taken under extremely low light or nearly pitch-black conditions. In fact, I have found that the darker it is the better results I usually get in… Read More at Picture Correct

We were filming in the hotel over the weekend during The Photography Show. We ha…

DIYPhotography We were filming in the hotel over the weekend during The Photography Show. We had to get a little bit ghetto with the setup as we’d apparently forgotten to pack the softbox (and the light stand). 🙂 Many thanks to PIXAPRO for the loan of the LED100D MkII light. 🙂 https://www.essentialphoto.co.uk/product/pixapro-led100d-mkii-daylight-balanced-led-studio-light/ Read More at DIY Photography

3 Tips for Setting Boundaries to Avoid Burnout in Photography

Digital Photography School Feeling a little burnt out with your photography? These tips will help. 3 Tips for Setting Boundaries to Avoid Burnout in Photography It happens to the best of us, so here are 3 tips to help you avoid burnout in photography before it strikes. Read More at Digital Photography School

Shadow and Silhouette Photography Techniques

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “There are few more enjoyable things than the game of shadows. Whether you choose to cast them on a model or play with scarce light, you will shortly discover an ocean of possibilities that can change with the flick of a button.” Shadow and Silhouette Photography Techniques Shadows are naturally evocative. The result of matter coming between a surface and incoming rays of light, they’re simultaneously symbolic of dependence as well as absence. Artists of all sorts […]

Balancing Light Bulbs with Strobes – Photography & Video Tutorial (How…

Strobox Video Tuesday on Strobox http://strobox.com/video/200 Balancing Light Bulbs with Strobes – Photography & Video Tutorial (How… Slanted Lens will show you how to balance practical lights in a room with strobes. Read More at Strobox

10 MORE PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS TO TAKE YOUR WORK TO THE NEXT LEVEL Read ️

Digital Photography School 10 MORE PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS TO TAKE YOUR WORK TO THE NEXT LEVEL Read ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/10-more-photography-tips-take-your-work-level/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Spice up your food photography by backlighting it with a light box

DIYPhotography A great project idea for those rainy days Spice up your food photography by backlighting it with a light box Backlighting translucent objects is always great fun to experiment with. Sometimes it’s quite easy. You just put a light on a stand, place it behind your subject, and start shooting away. But food can get a little messy, and it’s not easy to just hang up in front of a light. This is where a light b… Read More […]

Photography Cliches

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Here are some techniques to try but be careful including in your portfolio! Photography Cliches Photography has fashion trends, just like any other creative industry. Some enterprising soul will be playing around and come up with a new look that catches on, and before long, the world is awash in copycat photos. Some of these techniques will continue on long after the novelty has worn off and b… Read More at Picture Correct

The Street Photography Notecards pack features 16 unique street scenes by Magnum…

Magnum Photos The Street Photography Notecards pack features 16 unique street scenes by Magnum photographers: http://bit.ly/2j7YoWD PHOTO: Daytona Beach, Florida. USA. 1997. © Constantine Manos/Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

Diagonal Lines in Landscape Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “While vertical and horizontal leading lines are nice compositional elements, diagonal lines are more dynamic and will impart more strength and verve to your shot.” Diagonal Lines in Landscape Photography Today’s landscape photo tip involves diagonal lines. In a landscape photo, portrait photo, still life or any other kind of photo, the first major task of the photographer is to draw the viewer’s eye to the most important aspects of the shot and keep it there! We […]

Build Rapport on Your Photography Shoot With the Language of Music

Fstoppers Crank those tunes! Build Rapport on Your Photography Shoot With the Language of Music At the onset of a portrait shoot it is important to come packing the usual garden variety of a few safe jokes to lighten the mood, some fail-proof poses to keep things moving, and direction for the model to play off of. It is easy to forget, with all the headspace that pours into reflecting the imag… Read More at Fstoppers

How to Prepare a Photography Exhibit of Your Work

Digital Photography School Dreaming of exhibiting your photography? Here’s how one photographer does it. How to Prepare a Photography Exhibit of Your Work If you’ve ever considered making a photography exhibit to show your work, here are some tips and things for you to help plan it. Read More at Digital Photography School

The Ultimate Photography Bundle 2017

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Only available for a few days! The Ultimate Photography Bundle 2017 What do you get when you put together 32 world-class photography instructors and 41 of their most essential and invaluable teaching resources? The Ultimate Photography Bundle, back by popular demand for its second and best year ever! This year it includes 10 eCourses, 16 eBooks, 4 videos, and 11 pra… Read More at Picture Correct

Seven Tips and Ideas for Better Winter Landscape Photography

Fstoppers Embrace the cold! Seven Tips and Ideas for Better Winter Landscape Photography It may be absolutely freezing where you are right now, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a great time get out and shoot some photos. This great video will give you seven helpful tips and ideas for better winter landscape images. Read More at Fstoppers

A Beginner’s Guide to Doing Black and White Photography

Digital Photography School An introduction to taking great black and white images A Beginner’s Guide to Doing Black and White Photography If you’ve never tried black and white photography before, you may be wondering what the appeal is. After all, isn’t it a little like black and white television or silent movies – an anachronism in our modern, high-tech age? The answer is no, definitely not. In the photography world, black and … Read More at Digital Photography School

This is why gear DOES matter in photography

DIYPhotography Does the choice of gear add to the message of photos? This is why gear DOES matter in photography I’m sure you’ve heard this plenty of times: “Gear doesn’t matter.” I am also one of the people who stand behind this point, and I believe it’s the photographer who makes the image, not the gear. But of course, the view on this matter can’t be either black or white. In some cases and for certain rea… Read More at […]

Your Best Shot: September 2016 | Popular Photography

Popular Photography This month’s open photo contest is now accepting submissions. Your Best Shot: September 2016 | Popular Photography By Stan Horaczek on Sep 8th, 2016 at 10:23am Summer may be over, but photography season is just getting started. You know the drill for our monthly contest by now. Here’s your chance to show off your hard work. You can enter up to three photos per month There are no category restrictions, so just br… Read More at Popular Photography

This year’s April fools’ jokes from around the world photography world – DIY Photography

DIYPhotography Two new (un)announcements from Sony. too bad they are not real http://bit.ly/2opMmHR This year’s April fools’ jokes from around the world photography world – DIY Photography Although we have ran the occasional pranks in the past for April Fools’ Day, we decided not to do one this year. We wanted to just sit back and enjoy everybody else’s jokes this year. As it’s already April 1st in Australia, a few have started coming through already. We’ll be updating this […]

Urban Shepherds and Medium-Format Film: The Photography of Stefano Carnelli

Fstoppers Medium format film is as gorgeous as ever. Check out this amazing project. Urban Shepherds and Medium-Format Film: The Photography of Stefano Carnelli Stefano Carnelli is an Italian photographer living in London and Berlin, shooting socially-engaged, documentary images on medium-format film with a particular interest in the relationship between people and landscapes. His recent project, “Transumanza,” explores the lives of shepherds and their … Read More at Fstoppers

Background Shutter Drag: Flash Photography Indoors

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Background Shutter Drag: Flash Photography Indoors Do you ever find yourself shooting indoors with a flash, and when you look at the image, the background is so dark it may as well not be there? If you’re working with a camera that has manual mode, there’s an easy fix. Adorama’s David Bergman explains in the video below: While a darkened background… Read More at Picture Correct

Coffee time by Miki Fujii Photography, shot and edited on #RAWapp: #beautiful…

500px Coffee time by Miki Fujii Photography, shot and edited on #RAWapp: https://goo.gl/4mHxNU #beautiful Make sure to check out her MIKI Filter on our new app: appsto.re/i6hK8Ny Read More at 500px

How to Define Your Photography Style

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Define Your Photography Style I spend a lot of my free time on the web exploring the work of professional and amateur photographers for ideas and inspiration. What I have discovered is that there is a lot of mediocrity out there and most of this is due to what I call a “lack of style.” Now, before you get […] Read More at Picture Correct

10 Common Photography Mistakes Kids Make

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 10 Common Photography Mistakes Kids Make Teaching photography to your kids can be an exciting experience. Your kids attempt their first steps in the incredible world of photography, practice their art skills, and enjoy playing with this fun “toy” called a camera, while you get a great opportunity to spend more quality time with them, and t… Read More at Picture Correct

Objects and Lighting: Product Photography Techniques

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Objects and Lighting: Product Photography Techniques There isn’t anything you can photograph that doesn’t have a sphere, cube, or cylinder in it. Jay Morgan created this video to showcase the details you must take into account when lighting and arranging multiple objects. When placing your light, you want to take into account the height and size of ea… Read More at Picture Correct