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This gorgeous photograph for our “Monochrome” theme was made along a walking tra…

Shutterbug Magazine This gorgeous photograph for our “Monochrome” theme was made along a walking trail in Mammoth Spring State Park, in Arkansas. This is one of those shots you need to see big; so click on it! Photographer Steven W. Looney provides this rather poetic explanation: “This spider web began to sag under the weight of morning dew. In the early mornings light, dew dropplets turned to black pearls. Shot with a Nikon D50 and 18–55mm Nikkor lens. Original in […]

We have the Power: We are the Change. As the COP21 approaches, Magnum photograph…

Magnum Photos We have the Power: We are the Change. As the COP21 approaches, Magnum photographers have travelled the world to capture inspiring solutions to the climate challenge, supported by UNEP. Visit the exhibit opening today at the Musée de l’Homme in Paris to see the diversity of the implemented solutions. These images show that we, the people, have the power to make change. We have the power to build the sustainable future of tomorrow. More info here http://bit.ly/UNEPClimateChallenge. Kenya. […]

Two days left to get up close and personal. Explore the most intimate photograph…

Magnum Photos Two days left to get up close and personal. Explore the most intimate photographs from Magnum photographers. Signed, estate-stamped #MAGNUMSquare prints for $100. Available NOW and only until Friday (http://bit.ly/MagnumMorath). [Antonio Ordonez, praying before the Corrida (bullfight) during the Fiesta San Fermin in Pamplona, Spain, 1954.] “Inge’s camera is poetic and possesses a clear sense of subjective reportage. She has a unique and deep understanding of the people of Spain. This moment is intimate and powerful, as toreros […]

Burst Mode Isn’t Always Better: Why You Should Sometimes Photograph Action in Single Shot Mode

Fstoppers Burst mode isn’t always the answer. Burst Mode Isn’t Always Better: Why You Should Sometimes Photograph Action in Single Shot Mode It seems like a foregone conclusion: if you’re shooting sports, you shoot in burst mode to capture as many frames as possible. It turns out that while that works a lot of the time, it’s actually not always the best idea. Here’s why you should sometimes switch back to single shot mode. Read More at Fstoppers

How to Photograph Puppies in Natural Light

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Puppies in Natural Light Regardless of how good a photographer is, if you were to ask for a piece of advice on photographing animals or kids they would probably say, “Don’t work with either!” There are good reasons, too. But then, the promise of a bunch of cute photos is too much to pass on an opportunity to photograph […… Read More at Picture Correct

What Defines a Documentary Wedding Photograph?

PictureCorrect Photography Tips What Defines a Documentary Wedding Photograph? Wedding photography—and particularly the documentary image—takes up a great deal of my thinking time when I’m sitting at my desk editing or reading on the Internet. It’s a passion as well as a job, so I’m quite often distracted by other photographers’ websites or getting involved in discussions on t… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph a Bottle of Beer

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph a Bottle of Beer When you see a picture of a cold beer in an advertisement, you probably don’t realize the attention to detail that went into it. Here, Lee Morris from Fstoppers gives you a step by step demonstration on how to set up lighting for illuminating a product shot in studio. It’s no easy task: Backlight Th… Read More at Picture Correct

Up close & personal in the most intimate photograph from Magnum photographer, Cr…

Magnum Photos Up close & personal in the most intimate photograph from Magnum photographer, Cristina Garcia Rodero. Signed, estate-stamped #MAGNUMSquare Prints for $100. Available TODAY only (http://bit.ly/MAGNUMSquare-Intimacy). Habitacion de recibir. #Ethiopia, 2009. – © Cristina Garcia Rodero/Magnum Photos. #intimacy Read More at Magnum Photos

Popular Photography: How to Photograph Everything

Popular Photography Looking for a great gift for your favorite photo enthusiast? Check out our new book, How to Photograph Everything! Popular Photography: How to Photograph Everything Read More at Popular Photography

Virginia will now let you smile in your driver’s license photograph

DIYPhotography Virginia will now let you smile in your driver’s license photograph http://bit.ly/22ogz91 Virginia will now let you smile in your driver’s license photograph Ladies and gentlemen, hell might’ve frozen over. Virginia’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will now let customers smile when having their license photograph taken—something that has been banned since 2009 when the DMV started planning for use of facial recognition and image verification software. I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that I’ve had to retake […]

How to Photograph Fireworks to Create Impressionistic Images

Digital Photography School With Independence day coming up in a couple of weeks this might be useful to some of you How to Photograph Fireworks to Create Impressionistic Images As the New Years approaches and you plan to photograph fireworks, consider trying something different with this impressionistic technique. Read More at Digital Photography School

Waiting to Photograph Sunrise – What to do Before the Sun Comes Up

Digital Photography School Tips to prepare for taking the perfect sunrise image Waiting to Photograph Sunrise – What to do Before the Sun Comes Up If you want to photograph sunrise, here is a list of things you think about and do long before you ever get on location to shoot. Read More at Digital Photography School

How to photograph the moon

Digital Photography School How to photograph the moon 👉 https://digital-photography-school.com/20-dos-donts-shooting-moon/ Read More at Digital Photography School

How to Photograph the Moon as Sharply as Possible

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph the Moon as Sharply as Possible They say to always shoot for the moon—but in photography, when you fail, you don’t land amongst the stars. Your moon just looks like an overexposed lightbulb. If you want to up your moon game as a photographer, there’s no better tutorial than this one: Host Tony Northrup starts off with a Canon 18–1… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph Fireworks eBook Deal for New Year’s!

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Ending soon! How to Photograph Fireworks eBook Deal for New Year’s! The New Year’s fireworks shows are quickly approaching! Fireworks photography is indeed one of the most daunting types of photography with the low light conditions and unpredictability. This popular eBook explains the process from start to finish, everything from gear and camera settings to composit… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph Dancers with Motion Blur

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Dancers with Motion Blur The free flowing energetic movements of a dancer can be enchanting to watch. But when it comes to photographing the same it can be a real nightmare. For one thing, you can use a flash/strobe to freeze the movement but that free-flowing hint of movement is never easy to capture with a blinding, insta… Read More at Picture Correct

Cleverly composed photograph could get an Australian real estate agent $22K in fines

DIYPhotography Cleverly composed photograph could get an Australian real estate agent $22K in fines http://bit.ly/20AHUkD Cleverly composed photograph could get an Australian real estate agent $22K in fines Real estate photography might seem straightforward, but the reality is it’s just as challenging as any other genre. After all, it’s about what you should keep in the image and what you should take out. How far is too far though? That’s what a few would-be home buyers are asking in regards […]

How to Photograph Fast-Moving Vehicles

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Fast-Moving Vehicles When I think of fast cars and bikes, two-page glossy spreads of fast machines from various racetracks around the world immediately come to mind. Do you ever wonder how these adrenaline pumping images are shot? In this video, photographer Kevin Wing lays bare some of his tricks. He’s a professional m… Read More at Picture Correct

New! How to Photograph Interiors as a Real Estate Photographer

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Exclusive deal ending soon! New! How to Photograph Interiors as a Real Estate Photographer If you want to advance your real estate photos from bland to high-end magazine-quality, you need to pick up some tips and tricks from the experts. That’s where this bundle of tutorials comes in. Learn to photograph and retouch interior design photos that sell, whether your interest is in hotels, res… Read More at Picture Correct

I photograph people making love in public places

DIYPhotography I photograph people making love in public places http://bit.ly/25KBmFt I photograph people making love in public places A few weeks ago I posted a series of photographs of couples ‘making love’ in public places and got a very positive response. So I figured I’d keep at it! At the time, I used to only shoot couples I ran into randomly, so it was pure street photography. But then I thought, I don’t run into couples sharing an intimate moment […]

Reader Survey: The Best Places to Photograph?

Popular Photography What is the best place you’ve traveled to make pictures? Click through and take our readers survey to tell us more! Reader Survey: The Best Places to Photograph? Tell us where you’ve shot and why you loved it Read More at Popular Photography

What It’s Like to Photograph the Oscars

PictureCorrect Photography Tips What It’s Like to Photograph the Oscars USA Today photographers, Dan Macmedan and Robert Hanashiro, spill the beans on how they make those stunning photos of the Oscars. In this video they share insights from what’s possibly the best job for a showbiz photographer: Oscar night is a big night in the show business world, and it’s a privileg… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph Babies: 9 Tutorials

Digital Photography School Everything you need to know about photographing babies! How to Photograph Babies: 9 Tutorials There must be a baby boom going on at the moment because today my inbox was hit by 5 separate emails from parents of new born babies wanting advice on how to photograph them. I turned to our archives for some links to send them and found these 9 ‘how to photograph babies’ tutorials and … Read More at Digital Photography School

The Logistics of a Composite Photograph

Fstoppers Working with composite photography isn’t easy, but we can help! The Logistics of a Composite Photograph Composite photography can seem overwhelming, particularly when trying to tell a story and using photographic elements from different locations. Let me break down how I created this narrative piece to provide some helpful insight. Read More at Fstoppers

Six Reasons to Photograph the Iconic Locations

Fstoppers It’s ok to shoot the best spots. Six Reasons to Photograph the Iconic Locations Ever felt bad for photographing an iconic location? I have been part of the landscape photography community for some years now and I have heard many different opinions; some very strong and even demeaning, such as “photographing iconic locations makes you a bad photographer”. Read More at Fstoppers

Must-Have Components of a Great Property Photograph

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Must-Have Components of a Great Property Photograph If you’ve ever bought or sold a house, you know that photography plays a major role in attracting a buyer. The right angles and lighting can make a huge difference between a property that’s ignored and one that everyone’s dying to see. Property photographers have a lot to keep in mind on their shoot… Read More at Picture Correct

The First Modern Street Photograph Ever Made

Popular Photography Our pals at American Photo are calling this the first street photograph ever made. Do you agree? The First Modern Street Photograph Ever Made Thoughts on Paul Strand’s surreptitiously captured photo, “Blind,” 1916, for Street Week at American Photo. Read More at Popular Photography

5 Tips for How to Photograph in Any Kind of Weather

Digital Photography School Read this if you ever feel the weather is less than ideal for photography. 5 Tips for How to Photograph in Any Kind of Weather Just because the weather conditions may not be ideal, that’s no reason to put away your camera. Here are 5 tips to help you keep shooting. Read More at Digital Photography School

An Inside Look at What It’s Like to Photograph a Prestigious Motorsport Event

Fstoppers Go behind the scenes of this awesome event. An Inside Look at What It’s Like to Photograph a Prestigious Motorsport Event If you think that photographing Total 24 Hours Spa has anything to do with cucumber slices and a hot stone massage, then you are very wrong indeed. I will say, however, that when you finish photographing one of these endurance races you might need 24 hours in a spa. Have look at this fascinating sho… Read More at […]

How to photograph light trails ️

Digital Photography School How to photograph light trails ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-shoot-light-trails/ Read More at Digital Photography School

How an Ambrotype Photograph is Made

PictureCorrect Photography Tips The fascinating ambrotype process was invented in 1851 by Frederic Scott Archer. How an Ambrotype Photograph is Made Do you ever get bored at work, start doodling, and then have a magnificent creation made out of wood, plastic, and duct tape 10 hours later? Well, that’s just what happened to tintype and film photographer Giles Clement. He built a 16×20 ambrotype in less than half a day and is getting some amazing… Read More at Picture Correct

Check out this amazing photograph for our “Reflections” theme— captured by Cleta…

Shutterbug Magazine Check out this amazing photograph for our “Reflections” theme— captured by Cleta Ernst at Scotland’s Lake Sunart. Read More at Shutterbug.com

How to Photograph a Waterfall Using a Polarizer

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph a Waterfall Using a Polarizer Waterfalls have been a compelling subject for photographers since the the birth of the art form; they represent Mother Nature at her most powerful and beautiful. How, then, do we keep making interesting photos of something so often captured? In this video, Bryan Peterson demonstrates how, by combini… Read More at Picture Correct

This is What It Takes to Photograph the Arctic Fox During a Winter Storm

PetaPixel Anything for the perfect shot. This is What It Takes to Photograph the Arctic Fox During a Winter Storm What would you endure for the perfect shot? For Australian photographer Joshua Holko, the answer is “freezing blasts from a winter storm in the arctic.” Th Read More at PetaPixel

Photograph Anything You Want

DIYPhotography Photograph Anything You Want http://bit.ly/29qnpp9 Photograph Anything You Want I wanted to write you this letter on how to liberate yourself in photography— by photographing what interests you rather than what you think other people will be interested. It means to make your photography more personal, and to make your photos a reflection of who you are as an individual. Rememb… Read More at DIY Photography

I Photograph Small Models with a Big Imagination

PetaPixel This photographer shoots with tiny models and a huge imagination. I Photograph Small Models with a Big Imagination For me photography is not portraying what exists, but portraying what exist in me. Ever since I was a kid I used to spend hours alone in my room playing wi Read More at PetaPixel

The Best Places to Photograph: 2015

Popular Photography These are the best places for photography in 2015. How many have you shot? The Best Places to Photograph: 2015 *Petroglyphs Near Santa Fe* The overall number-one destination from our reader survey is Santa Fe, New Mexico, where photographers can capture not only a slice of modern life in the American Southwest but also enjoy easy access to incredible desert landscapes. “The color is what strikes you first ab… Read More at Popular Photography

How to Photograph Hummingbirds with a Laser Trigger

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Morgan mounted his Canon 5D Mark III on a tripod, paired with a Tamron 90mm f/2.8 lens. He also attached a MIOPS laser trigger to the camera. How to Photograph Hummingbirds with a Laser Trigger The easiest way to photograph hummingbirds is to use a feeder. But that’s just half the story. The other half is timing the shot to perfection. With hummingbirds in flight, that’s easier said than done. So, Jay P. Morgan uses a laser […]

This photographer quit her job three years ago to photograph women around the world

DIYPhotography This photographer quit her job three years ago to photograph women around the world http://bit.ly/29ZOXpi This photographer quit her job three years ago to photograph women around the world Many of us wish we could give up our jobs to go and follow our passion. For a very lucky few, our job is our passion. Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc quit her job to follow hers in 2013. Since then, she’s travelled the globe to capture the beauty in diversity […]

How to Photograph Vintage Cars Inside a Garage

PictureCorrect Photography Tips McNally uses a Nikon D810 with a 14-24mm f/2.8 lens. A mix of SB-910s and SB-900s are strategically placed to balance the ambient light inside the garage. How to Photograph Vintage Cars Inside a Garage Here’s something mouth-watering for all of you folks who love photographing automobiles: Joe McNally inside the garage of the Domenick European Car Repair Company with his Nikon D810. This is a family owned business that specializes in restoring vintage beauties. Here’s how […]

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