Portrait Tip – Shoot from above

Tweet I am going to start posting some quick portrait tips for all of you out there that are just getting started with portrait photography. Today i’ll talk about the advantage of shooting from above. This can be a good way to create a unique perspective, it’s a different point of view from what we are used to and a good way to capture your readers attention. Another reason for shooting from above is it’s usually one...

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Amazing photography of New York City lights
Jan17

Amazing photography of New York City lights

Tweet I am sure most of you have heard of Vincent Laforet before. We have shared some of his stuff in the past like: The Basics of Time Lapse Photography with Vincent Laforet. He’s a pretty solid photographer and is always pushing the boundaries with Canon’s video DSLR capabilities, I remember when the 5D Mark II came out he produced some pretty awesome example films that really showed the low light capabilities of these...

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Amazing Earth Time lapse Photos

Tweet We have shared some pretty awesome Time lapse photos in the past like this Time Lapse from Gavin Heffernan, or Crystalapse Frozen in Time lapse Video or this great Time lapse from Tom Lowe. But nothing is like this Space Time lapse! The video is from the European Space Agency, it’s a time lapse of photos by German astronaut Alexander Gerst while he spent six months on the International Space Station. In total the Time...

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The top 10 Photography articles for 2014
Dec26

The top 10 Photography articles for 2014

Tweet I can’t believe that 2014 is almost over, another year has just flown by! I always love to spend a little time at the end of the year looking back and reflecting on the year. Here is a quick look at the articles that you all shared the most on social media over 2014. It’s always interesting to see what types of articles resonate the most with you all and helps me to plan out what to write going forward. Drumroll...

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Getting the perfect Light for a mans portrait
Sep11

Getting the perfect Light for a mans portrait

Tweet This article is a guest post by Joel Dryer, check out more info about Joel at the bottom of the page. In this blog post we are going to take a behind the scenes look at an editorial men’s fashion spread, and look at some tips for establishing precise light ratios using a light meter. The shoot was held on location at a local area builder’s office. The office provided the perfect backdrop for the shoot, but did not...

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The never ending war: Canon vs. Nikon

Tweet Photographer Tony Northrop put together a video with one of the hottest debate that even rivals the Mac vs. PC debate. He takes a very detailed and in-depth look at the debate and goes through everything about the two solutions. He doesn’t just look at 2 bodies compared against each other but also looks at their main lineup of bodies along with lenses and flashes. Overall it’s a really well put together video and...

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