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Tag:Photographers

Uber-Style Photo App Snappr Lets You Book Photographers in Real-Time

[ad_1] Uber-Style Photo App Snappr Lets You Book Photographers in Real-Time After landing $10 million in Series A funds, a new app has launched which allows users to hire photographers using an Uber-style system. Initially based in cities and metropolitan areas, a photographer can be booked only hours ahead of when you need them, with some available for hire for as little as $89 each session. There have been rumors of such apps for a number of years, but it […]

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What Gear Do Restaurant Photographers Need?

[ad_1] What Gear Do Restaurant Photographers Need? Getting into any genre of photography can be both daunting and expensive. Knowing what to buy, how to prioritize your spending, and in which order to procure the new camera kit can be very time-consuming. Hopefully, this will help. Most food photographers start out working with local restaurants; we then tend to move to small chains, small brands, big chains, and finally, big household brands. At the start, our skill set is lower, as […]

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A Review of the Canon EOS R5 From a Sports Photographer’s Perspective

[ad_1] A Review of the Canon EOS R5 From a Sports Photographer’s Perspective As more and more photographers move to mirrorless camera systems, it is important to test and get some hands-on experience to see if a specific camera body will meet your average work flow. There are a lot of impressive new mirrorless cameras hitting the market but are they the right upgrade for you? Sports photography is one of those niches that can be very gear demanding. While you […]

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The Legendary 5D Mark I: Still a Great Choice for Photographers

[ad_1] The Legendary 5D Mark I: Still a Great Choice for Photographers Thirteen years ago, Canon brought out the 5D Mark I, the first full-frame camera that wasn’t weather-sealed and the size and weight of a small car. Photographer Pablo Strong explains why it’s still his first choice for street portraits, bravely comparing it to a 5D Mark IV. I was fortunate to own the first iteration of the 5D. Bizarrely, I was pretty much forced into buying one in Rome, […]

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What Photographers Should Know About Light Fall-Off

[ad_1] What Photographers Should Know About Light Fall-Off No matter what sort of lighting you are interested in, the subjects you photograph, or the equipment you are using, there are certain physical properties inherent to all light that are crucial to understand if you want to take better creative control of your images. Light fall-off is one of those properties, and this fantastic video tutorial will show you how it works and how to leverage it for better images.  Coming […]

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How Specializing Shows That Other Photographers’ Critiques Can Be Wrong

[ad_1] How Specializing Shows That Other Photographers’ Critiques Can Be Wrong I owe a lot of the success I’ve had in my career to the critique I’ve had from other photographers. Since specializing though, I’ve had to unlearn many of those lessons. Specializing has proven to me that critiques from photographers are often wrong. My first experience in critique from photographers came from the club circuit. Once a month, photographers would get together for competition night where their images would […]

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3 Mistakes Beginner Photographers Make

[ad_1] 3 Mistakes Beginner Photographers Make A lot of becoming a successful photographer is learning through the process of making mistakes and fixing your errors the next time around, but there are common mistakes most of us make when we are first starting, and it is worth knowing what they are so you can avoid them in the first place. This great video details three common mistakes beginner photographers make.  Coming to you from David Manning, this excellent video discusses […]

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10 of the Best Moody and Dark Street Photographers on Instagram

[ad_1] 10 of the Best Moody and Dark Street Photographers on Instagram My love for street photography pre-dates my time as a photographer. But one thread that runs between all my favorite street photographers is a characteristically dark and moody aesthetic. Here are my top 10 to follow. This will be the second time in a week I’ve mentioned this photographer, but he is without question one of my favorites, street photography or otherwise: Fan Ho was a Chinese photographer, film […]

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RocknRoller MultiCart: The Most Useful Tool In A Location Photographer’s Kit

[ad_1] RocknRoller MultiCart: The Most Useful Tool In A Location Photographer’s Kit Ever since I briefly introduced it in my Photographer’s Grip Kit video, people have been emailing and messaging me regarding the utility cart I use to haul gear around a job site. As a result, I figured a video was in order to talk about the cart in more detail, along with the modifications we’ve made to better adapt it to our workflow. The RocknRoller MultiCart is a […]

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Google Adds New ‘Licensable’ Tag To Help Photographers Sell Photos

[ad_1] Google Adds New ‘Licensable’ Tag To Help Photographers Sell Photos Google Images is trialing a “Licensable” tag on image results, as a means of helping photographers sell their photos. As many are aware, this is something Google has been building towards since early 2018, when they began working with Getty Images following the latter’s “anti-competitive” complaints. Since then, Google has removed the “view image” button that allowed users to download high resolution images without having to visit the site […]

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