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7 Tips for Photographing Groups

Digital Photography School Anyone who has tried to photograph a group of people knows the challenges of the task. Here’s some tips to help you achieve it. 7 Tips for Photographing Groups Whether you’re an amateur or professional photographer, whether you usually photograph people, products, landscapes or insects, the time will come when you will be asked to photograph a large group of people. Of course large is a relative term. If you are used to photographing couples or taking […]

“The police arrest me in Mongolia for photographing a building that I am not sup…

Magnum Photos “The police arrest me in Mongolia for photographing a building that I am not supposed to. They erase all 1,000 images from my SD card. A whole day of encounters disappears in seconds. Depressed, I sit on a bench. Some boys run by with a basketball. I follow and play with them all night. Then I walk up the hill, turn around and take this picture. In the end, it was a good day.” © #JacobAueSobol/ #MagnumPhotos. Browse […]

Photographing the Moon

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Photographing the Moon Darn, I missed the last eclipse of a full moon. Oh well, now I have to wait for the next one. To be sure I don’t miss it the next time, I am arming myself with this catalog of lunar eclipses from NASA. I’ve photographed the moon many times—and one eclipse in 2008. I prepared this […] Read More at Picture Correct

In this tutorial we give advice on photographing Seascapes and cover: 1. Unders…

Digital Photography School In this tutorial we give advice on photographing Seascapes and cover: 1. Understanding the Tides 2. Packing the Right Accessories 3. Choosing an Interesting Perspective 4. Choosing the Right Shutter Speed https://digital-photography-school.com/4-tips-for-capturing-beautiful-seascapes/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Photographing Starry Skies for Nocturnal Landscape Without Breaking the Bank

Digital Photography School Tips for photographing the stars on a budget Photographing Starry Skies for Nocturnal Landscape Without Breaking the Bank Photography in low-light conditions is one of the most challenging things to do with a camera. In conditions with faint, moving, distant lights it is even trickier. There is something about a starry sky that simply inspires awe in all of us. And it does so more often since light pollution is getting… Read More at Digital Photography School

11 Steps to Photographing a New Model

Fstoppers Working with a new model? Here’s what you need to know. 11 Steps to Photographing a New Model Unless you live in the big metropolitan cities like New York or Los Angeles, photographing models is easier said than done. That’s because any chance of success in the industry, and the models move to the bigger hubs. That will not change, but there are opportunities to photograph models in generall… Read More at Fstoppers

Tips for Photographing Children ️

Digital Photography School Tips for Photographing Children ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/tried-and-tested-tips-for-photographing-kids/ Read More at Digital Photography School

7 Things I’ve Learned from Photographing Storms

Digital Photography School Photography tips from a storm chaser 7 Things I’ve Learned from Photographing Storms I’ve been a professional photographer for around five years now. I’ve photographed a lot of different subjects throughout the years, but nothing in the world could have prepared me for photographing storms. When I stood in front of my first supercell on May 8th of 2013, I was hooked. A low hangi… Read More at Digital Photography School

New to the Magnum store: Carl De Keyzer captures a tourist photographing Tower B…

Magnum Photos New to the Magnum store: Carl De Keyzer captures a tourist photographing Tower Bridge in 1993 – from a study of tourists in England’s capital. Now exclusively available as a poster as part of This is Britain, a special selection of Magnum Collection posters. Shop at http://bit.ly/TIBposters. © Carl De Keyzer / Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

Tips for photographing children in the great outdoors

DIYPhotography Tips for photographing children in the great outdoors http://bit.ly/290IXZb Tips for photographing children in the great outdoors I primarily photograph people, but children are a subject I’ve generally stayed well clear of. I have nothing against them, and apparently I used to be one (my wife says I still am), but when it comes to photographing them, it just really doesn’t appeal to me. If you’re a parent, … Read More at DIY Photography

Photographing the President; A look inside Pete Souza’s camera bag

DIYPhotography Photographing the President; A look inside Pete Souza’s camera bag http://bit.ly/29jvkUW Photographing the President; A look inside Pete Souza’s camera bag While many will be preparing their own camera bags right now and getting ready to record the evening’s festivities and celebrate American history, one photographer captures American history-in-the-making on an almost daily basis. That photographer is Pete Souza, who has followed President Oba… Read More at DIY Photography

Five Ways to Get Paid Without Photographing Portraits

Fstoppers Not a fan of shooting portraits? No problem! Five Ways to Get Paid Without Photographing Portraits In a saturated market of incoming photographers each holiday or tax season, it is easy to get discouraged when you are trying to get paid clients in the door. When we think of photography sessions we generally tend to lean on the idea of photographing only people in portraits. Families, boudoir, fas… Read More at Fstoppers

Photographing on the streets and the law in the UK

DIYPhotography Photographing on the streets and the law in the UK http://bit.ly/29zjWV5 Photographing on the streets and the law in the UK Photographer rights are always a bit of a hot topic, and often brings out extreme points of view from all sides. There’s the law, there’s common sense & decency, and then there’s just outright stupidity. The world over, the rights of photographers do seem to be becoming more c… Read More at DIY Photography

Extreme Island Hopping: Tips For Photographing The Far-Flung Falkland Islands

Shutterbug Magazine We travel to the ends of the earth on an epic photo trek. Extreme Island Hopping: Tips For Photographing The Far-Flung Falkland Islands In terms of extreme locations, you can’t pick a place much more remote than the Falkland Islands. Located 300 miles off the tip of Argentina in the South Atlantic Ocean, the Falkland Islands consists of two main isles—East and West Falkland Islands, Read More at Shutterbug.com

Photographing in Black and White for a Day

Digital Photography School A simple exercise that will teach you a lot about photography Photographing in Black and White for a Day I love to set myself little exercises to stretch my photographic muscles. I thought I might share one that has been most beneficial to me, photographing a familiar place or subject you would normally do in color, in only in black and white for a day, with the aim of getting a new perspective that ….. Read More […]

5 Fun Tips for Photographing Water

Digital Photography School These are fun! Which one are you going to try? 5 Fun Tips for Photographing Water Time to get wet! Here are 5 (and a few bonus ones too) ideas and tips for photographing water. Get out your rain jacket and boots! Read More at Digital Photography School

Techniques for Photographing Exploding Objects

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Timing is a particularly tricky part in photographing explosions Techniques for Photographing Exploding Objects Photographing objects as still lifes can be fun. Photographing exploding objects, however, can be even more fun. Conceptual photographer Dan Saelinger does this very thing for his clients. But instead of finding an object and photoshopping it until it looks like it’s exploding, he has created an ela… Read More at Picture Correct

In 1966 Bruce Davidson took a trip across America in a camper van, photographing…

Magnum Photos In 1966 Bruce Davidson took a trip across America in a camper van, photographing the characters he met along the way. This images features Pat Healey and Son and is included in Bruce Davidson ‘Legacy’ – a photo-led biography, chronicling the photographer’s most iconic work. It’s available signed, exclusively through the Magnum Store. Shop: http://bit.ly/BruceDavidsonSigned. This image: Pat Healey and Son, from Camper trip cross-country. Wyoming, USA. Bruce Davidson. 1966. © #BruceDavidson/ #MagnumPhotos Published by Prestel Publishing/ Magnum […]

How-to: Photographing the Perseid Meteor Shower

Popular Photography Capture some awesome meteor photos! Here’s how How-to: Photographing the Perseid Meteor Shower Every August, the night sky gets bombarded by the Perseid meteors, which are perfect for photographing (here’s a NASA video explaining the phenomenon). But, before you point your camera upward, here are a few simple tips to make sure you get the most out of your night of shooting. Read More at Popular Photography

Your guide to photographing a meteor shower – DIY Photography

DIYPhotography Reminder : The Perseid meteor shower is peaking tonight. Check out the guide on how to shoot them http://bit.ly/2bhcdiY Your guide to photographing a meteor shower – DIY Photography Photographing a meteor shower is more like photographing a time-lapse than traditional still photos. You can never anticipate where or when a meteor is going to streak across the sky. In order to catch them, you have to set up and take as many photos as you can throughout the […]

The Introverts Guide to Photographing People

Digital Photography School Do you ever feel your shyness gets in the way of taking great portraits? Don’t let it hold you back any longer – in this post we explore both the challenge and strengths of being an introvert portrait photographer. The Introverts Guide to Photographing People If you relate to being an introvert and struggle with photographing people – look no further, here are some tips to help you out. Read More at Digital Photography School

I’ve spent two years photographing giant things and I’m not stopping now

DIYPhotography I’ve spent two years photographing giant things and I’m not stopping now http://bit.ly/2cnWV9z I’ve spent two years photographing giant things and I’m not stopping now I started this project because, well, it seemed like it would be hella fun, and it truly has been, every agonizing moment of it. I can’t say it’s been hard work, very little of my life as a photographer has ever really felt like work, even when I’m shooting jobs I’m not real… Read […]

5 Tips for Photographing Water

Digital Photography School This one is for landscape photographers – simple tips for taking gorgeous waterscapes! 5 Tips for Photographing Water If you enjoy photographing water including the ocean, waterfalls, or streaming water like a river – here are 5 tips to help you out. Read More at Digital Photography School

Felix Hernandez Rodriquez’s Awesome Images Are Created By Photographing Small Toys (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Using toys to create photo art: sounds like fun! Felix Hernandez Rodriquez’s Awesome Images Are Created By Photographing Small Toys (VIDEO) You know the old adage “The photographer with the best toys wins?” Well, Mexican shooter Felix Hernandez Rodriquez is doing just that by using tiny toys to create some very impactful and semi-realistic images. Rodriquez, who calls his work “Dream Photography,” is an accomplished commercial photograp… Read More at Shutterbug.com

Focus on Photographing a Different Color Each Day to Practice the Art of Seeing

Digital Photography School An interesting photography exercise to help you learn to ‘see’ better. Focus on Photographing a Different Color Each Day to Practice the Art of Seeing If you want to hone your observation skills and the art of seeing which is so crucial in photography, try this exercise to photograph a different color each day. Read More at Digital Photography School

Deborah Feingold Discusses Photographing Music Icon Prince, Who Passed Away Today at 57 (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Veteran portrait photographer Deborah Feingold captured Prince early in his (and her) career and learned a valuable lesson: it pays to be nice. RIP Prince. Deborah Feingold Discusses Photographing Music Icon Prince, Who Passed Away Today at 57 (VIDEO) Here’s a poignant video in which legendary portrait photographer Deborah Feingold discusses a photo shoot with prolific music icon Prince, who passed away this morning at the age of 57. Feingold’s delicate approach to her craft results in unique […]

6 Tips for Photographing People When Travelling

Digital Photography School Tips for taking fantastic travel portraits 6 Tips for Photographing People When Travelling 6 Tips for Photographing People When Travelling- Here are 6 tips to help you along your way. Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips for Photographing Your Own Kids

Digital Photography School How to take meaningful photos of your kids Tips for Photographing Your Own Kids It can be challenging to get good photos of your own kids. Here are some practical tips to help you, and even get in the photos yourself. Read More at Digital Photography School

Your Complete Guide For Photographing Star Trails | DIYPhotography.net

Strobox http://www.diyphotography.net/your-complete-guide-for-photographing-star-trails Your Complete Guide For Photographing Star Trails | DIYPhotography.net Read More at Strobox

Photographing Tweens and Teens

Digital Photography School How to photograph teens and tweens! Photographing Tweens and Teens Booking teens and tweens for photo shoots is always fun. They have so much energy and enthusiasm and it really shows once they step in front of the camera. For that time when they are in front of your camera they feel like they are celebrities. That can be good for fragile egos and low … Read More at Digital Photography School

How to Be Respectful and Safe Photographing Wildlife

Digital Photography School A very important article for wildlife photographers How to Be Respectful and Safe Photographing Wildlife Photographing large, dangerous wildlife can be extremely fun to do, but there are some unique factors to consider when your subjects are wild animals, in their natural habitat. Your adrenaline may be pumping, but you must keep your wits about you at all times, and not get caught up in the excitement… Read More at Digital Photography School

Photographing People: To do Styled Portraits or Not?

Digital Photography School ‘Styled’ vs ‘Natural’ Portraits – which do you enjoy doing more? Photographing People: To do Styled Portraits or Not? How much you control the look & feel of a portrait is up to you. Doing a full styled portrait means you select all aspects. Let’s look at the pros and cons. Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips for Photographing Autumn Colors

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Tips for Photographing Autumn Colors Photographing autumn colors can be the most fun you have with your camera. The fall is a great time of year for photography. There are an unlimited number of sights, sounds and smells to stimulate your senses. After reading this article you should be able to pick a great subject to display and dress… Read More at Picture Correct

How to approach photographing couples with mixed skin tones ️

Digital Photography School How to approach photographing couples with mixed skin tones ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-photograph-mixed-skin-tones/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips for photographing the Milky Way ️

Digital Photography School ✨ Tips for photographing the Milky Way ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-do-milky-way-photography-a-comprehensive-tutorial/ ✨ Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips for Photographing a Lunar Eclipse

Digital Photography School And here are a few more tips on photographing tonights Lunar Eclipse (from a tutorial we published for a previous one). We’d love to see the results you get from this upcoming one for those of you in the right parts of the world to see it! Tips for Photographing a Lunar Eclipse How to photograph a Lunar Eclipse. While this post was written for photographing a previous Lunar Eclipse – it’s relevant for the next one […]

7 Tips For Photographing Strangers

Digital Photography School How to overcome fear + 6 other tips for photographing strangers 7 Tips For Photographing Strangers Whether you like to do street or travel photography, you may want to photograph people. So, here are 7 tips to help you when photographing strangers. Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips for photographing your city at dawn ️

Digital Photography School Tips for photographing your city at dawn ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/11-tips-for-creating-stunning-photographs-of-cities-at-dawn/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Simple Secrets for Photographing Silhouettes

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “Personally, I find that subjects that are big and bold make the best silhouettes.” Simple Secrets for Photographing Silhouettes Capturing great silhouettes isn’t particularly difficult, but if you want to get the best shots possible there are a few tips and tricks to learn. In the video below, photographer Doug McKinlay reveals a few simple secrets that can help you get a great silhouette shot just about every time: Silhouet… Read More at Picture Correct

Tips for photographing shy adults ️

Digital Photography School Tips for photographing shy adults ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/photograph-shy-adults/ Read More at Digital Photography School