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10 Ideas for Photographing Nature in your Backyard

Digital Photography School How to photograph nature in your backyard 10 Ideas for Photographing Nature in your Backyard If you’re at a loss for what to photograph, here are 10 ideas to help you get outside and find some nature to photograph. Read More at Digital Photography School

Tips for Photographing Birds of Prey

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Tips for Photographing Birds of Prey Capturing birds of prey in their natural habitat is a dream come true for any aspiring wildlife photographer. However, with limited time and a day job, it’s difficult to travel hundreds of miles to a wildlife sanctuary. Luckily there’s an alternative. Visit your nearest bird rehabilitation center. N… Read More at Picture Correct

Three Tips for Photographing Models

Fstoppers Working with models? Read this. Three Tips for Photographing Models If you’re tired of scouring Google images and Pinterest for model posing ideas, read this article for three tips on how to do so. Read More at Fstoppers

Tips for Photographing Football (Soccer)

Digital Photography School After the recent World Cup we thought we should share a few tips for photographing the world game Tips for Photographing Football (Soccer) Football (called soccer in some parts of the world) can be a very challenging sport to photograph. The ball is constantly moving quickly around the pitch, which may make it somewhat of a challenge to capture the action if you don’t have the right knowledge on how to do so. This simple guide will […]

Photographing Abandoned Buildings: 11 Useful Tips

Fstoppers There’s a lot of beauty in abandoned buildings. Photographing Abandoned Buildings: 11 Useful Tips Urban exploration has been a popular subject on the Internet for some time. Photographing abandoned buildings, however, can be trickier than you might imagine. Here are 11 tips to make sure you get the most out of your trip. Read More at Fstoppers

This BTS video is a zoo: Photographing 12,000 species for National Geographic is no easy task

DIYPhotography This BTS video is a zoo: Photographing 12,000 species for National Geographic is no easy task http://bit.ly/1NMWO6o This BTS video is a zoo: Photographing 12,000 species for National Geographic is no easy task Photo shoots are stressful enough when you’re dealing with even a handful of human subjects. Could you imagine if you had to shoot over 12,000 animals? Well, this endeavor is a reality for photographer Joel Sartore, who was commissioned by National Geographic to capture Photo Ark, […]

Tips for photographing the amazing Dragonfly!

Digital Photography School Tips for photographing the amazing Dragonfly! 👉 https://digital-photography-school.com/10-tips-for-photographing-dragonflies/ Read More at Digital Photography School

You Need to Know About This Noise Reduction Trick Before You Start Photographing

Fstoppers This will make a huge difference in your images. You Need to Know About This Noise Reduction Trick Before You Start Photographing Poor image quality cameras such as drones or older DSLR cameras benefit particularly well from this technique, but it does work with any camera. Read More at Fstoppers

Which Do You Prefer Photographing? (poll 9240469) | Polldaddy.com

DIYPhotography Poll: (click to vote) Do You Prefer Photographing Humans or Still life and landscape? http://poll.fm/5i1zp Which Do You Prefer Photographing? (poll 9240469) | Polldaddy.com Read More at DIY Photography

Photographing Traffic at Night in the City

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Photographing Traffic at Night in the City Moving traffic is like a city’s bloodstream—it’s always moving, pulsating through veiny streets, which can bring your photography to life if you know how to capture it. When it comes to traffic moving in the evening, you have a few technical options Read More at Picture Correct

Helpful Checklist to Use Before Photographing Anything

Digital Photography School This could be a helpful checklist for new photographers Helpful Checklist to Use Before Photographing Anything If you are reading this you probably find photography exciting, maybe even so exciting that from time to time you forget changing your camera settings according to the subject you’re shooting. You have probably already missed at least one amazing shot, just because you forgot to change the ISO or … Read More at Digital Photography School

Waterfall Photos: 10 Tips for Photographing Water

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Waterfall Photos: 10 Tips for Photographing Water The highest waterfall in the world is Angel Falls in Venezuela, South America. It measures 3,212 ft (979 meters). Getting a good photo of Angel Falls could be a challenge simply because it is so high. You have to get the right lens—probably a wide angle lens—and you must find the right position from… Read More at Picture Correct

Tips for Finding Potential in the Obsolete – Photographing Trash

Digital Photography School Looking for something to photograph? Try a trash theme project. Here’s how. Tips for Finding Potential in the Obsolete – Photographing Trash One man’s trash is another’s treasure is how the saying goes. Let’s take that one step further and photograph that trash and see what we can come up with. Read More at Digital Photography School

Simple Tips for Photographing Waterfalls

Digital Photography School An introduction to creating beautiful images of waterfalls Simple Tips for Photographing Waterfalls A few simple tips to help you improve your waterfall photography. Read More at Digital Photography School

Photographing in Crowded Locations – 5 Tips to Avoid the Masses

Digital Photography School Tips for photographing crowded travel locations. Photographing in Crowded Locations – 5 Tips to Avoid the Masses Travel photography is certainly one of the most rewarding experiences you, as an image-maker, can have. You get to combine visiting amazing places, learning about other cultures, and, of course, your passion for taking photos, all at once. However, certain famous locations, or populated cities can … Read More at Digital Photography School

Behind The Scenes: Photographing the Sports Illustrated World Cup Issue

Popular Photography This is an intense portrait setup Behind The Scenes: Photographing the Sports Illustrated World Cup Issue Alexis Cuarezma’s day with the USMNT was no easy goal. Read More at Popular Photography

6 Tips for Photographing Dogs in Action

Digital Photography School This is perfect for any dog lover you may know! Practical tips and beautifully illustrated. 6 Tips for Photographing Dogs in Action Canine action images are my absolute favourite thing to photograph. The freedom you can see in their expressions that split second as they leap into the air in excitement, and being able to freeze that moment into a single photograph is amazing. It’s a lot of fun for the photographer, dog, owners … Read More […]

Photographing New Zealand’s Iconic Wanaka Tree

Fstoppers How do you make a unique shot of something so iconic? Photographing New Zealand’s Iconic Wanaka Tree How do you go about photographing something as frequently photographed as the Wanaka Tree in New Zealand? Like many of the world’s sights, the Wanaka Tree has seen slews of photographers trying for their version of the tree. But how can you make it your own? Read More at Fstoppers

Tips for Photographing Urban Landscapes & Cityscapes

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Tips for Photographing Urban Landscapes & Cityscapes Landscapes are an extremely rewarding type of photography, but you don’t have to venture out of town to capture sweeping panoramas or breathtaking views. Urban landscape photography or cityscape photography is a type of scenic photography that’s quickly growing in popularity. Due to the fact that mo… Read More at Picture Correct

8 Details to Look for When Photographing Weddings

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 8 Details to Look for When Photographing Weddings When shooting weddings, most photographers are tempted to stick to certain rules—wide shots of the venue, candids of the bridesmaids, quick captures of drunken dancing. But a lot of beauty, too, can be found in the details. This quick video crams a lot of different perspectives and ideas into four m… Read More at Picture Correct

Top Tips for Photographing People

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Top Tips for Photographing People I’ll start with what I feel is the most important thing to think about. Interacting with Your Subject As a photographer of people, the relationship I establish with my customers is key. Not just because they pay me, but also because I want to get the best from them. I spend a lot of time […] Read More at Picture Correct

Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Groups of People

Digital Photography School Another instalment in our popular posing guide series – this one with 21 ideas for posing groups of people. Perfect for your next gathering with family or friends. Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Groups of People Previously in the posing guide series articles we looked at posing female subjects, posing male subjects, posing children and posing couples. It is now time for posing groups of people. There are usually three kinds […]

10 Tips for Photographing Moms and Their Kids

Digital Photography School Tips for creating special images of mums and their kids. 10 Tips for Photographing Moms and Their Kids Getting special photos of moms and their kids can be hard – here are 10 tips to help you do just that. Read More at Digital Photography School

The Unknown Artist’s Dilemma: Why Keep Photographing When Nobody Seems to Care?

PictureCorrect Photography Tips The Unknown Artist’s Dilemma: Why Keep Photographing When Nobody Seems to Care? Have you ever felt like nobody cares about your art? That every time you upload a photo to Facebook, the only person to “like” it is your mother? Maybe your cousins? A few friends on Flickr? You’re not alone. So many artists of all sorts—photographers, filmmakers, painters, writers—get discouraged b… Read More at Picture Correct

Behind the Scenes: Photographing Benedict Cumberbatch for Vanity Fair

Popular Photography This is one of the more interesting behind-the-scenes videos I’ve seen in a while Behind the Scenes: Photographing Benedict Cumberbatch for Vanity Fair Photographer Jason Bell shoots one of the UK’s biggest celebrities in the woods Read More at Popular Photography

8 Tips for Photographing Children

Digital Photography School An introduction to taking great photos of kids. 8 Tips for Photographing Children Children’s expressions are genuine; they love to live life with passion and abound in energy. When they are happy, their laughter and joy is infectious. They can be the best subjects of all – busy, happy, playful and real. If you’ve ever tried to take photos of kids who were not so crazy about… Read More at Digital Photography School

How (and why) I’ve been photographing Disneyland in black and white

DIYPhotography How (and why) I’ve been photographing Disneyland in black and white http://bit.ly/1S8f4DJ How (and why) I’ve been photographing Disneyland in black and white I’ve always had a lot of fun challenging myself with creative and/or technical limitations. Like giving myself a photo assignment to spend the day or even an entire vacation with a certain camera/lens combination and a limited shooting style, like to shoot only macro or only black and white, etc. It usually makes me work harder […]

Techniques for Photographing Historic Figures: Lincoln

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Techniques for Photographing Historic Figures: Lincoln We’re going back in history a bit today. Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens takes us on location at Gettysburg to photograph Lincoln. He uses a couple different strobes, some props, and smoke to really capture authentic looking photographs of Lincoln up on Little Round Top, kneeling at the rock wall… Read More at Picture Correct

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

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