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How to Take Photos of Strangers When Traveling

[ad_1] How to Take Photos of Strangers When Traveling Approaching strangers whether in your own community or from a foreign culture is one of the more difficult skills even veteran photographers often struggle with.   For some, getting comfortable with taking photos of strangers can involve facing their fear and anxiety or learning more about how different cultures feel about being photographed. This is something I struggle with specifically here at home. I personally don’t like to be photographed and I let that sometimes influence […]

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Seven Tips to Take Stunning Photos in Your Regular ‘Boring’ Landscapes

[ad_1] Seven Tips to Take Stunning Photos in Your Regular ‘Boring’ Landscapes You are not always in a stunning location where the landscape does the work for you. Here are seven tips to extract the most from a “boring” landscape. I live in Denmark, and Denmark is most certainly not known as a destination for landscape photographers. We have no waterfalls, no mountains, no glaciers, and most of our countryside is rural. Denmark is actually the most cultivated country in […]

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How to Take Amazing Astro Photos: Tips for Beginners

[ad_1] How to Take Amazing Astro Photos: Tips for Beginners No telescope, no star tracker, no problem. Learn how to get started capturing the beautiful night sky with just some basic camera equipment with this beginner’s tutorial. We’ve all seen those incredible astrophotography images that are almost hard to believe that regular cameras and lenses captured them. If you’ve tried replicating them on your own, you may have quickly realized it isn’t nearly as simple as daylight shooting. In this […]

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10 Ways To Get a Fresh Look at Your Photos in Lightroom

[ad_1] 10 Ways To Get a Fresh Look at Your Photos in Lightroom Our ability to perceive the environment around us in the visual spectrum, or visual perception, is a combination of molecular biology, neuroscience, cognitive science, and psychology. These various vision mechanisms often change how we perceive what we see and can even vary depending on the environment in which we see them. We all know that your eyes get acclimated to a dark room (a phenomenon called adaptation). […]

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This $3,300 Scorpion Themed Chair Is the Ultimate Experience for Editing Photos

[ad_1] This $3,300 Scorpion Themed Chair Is the Ultimate Experience for Editing Photos What you’re seeing here is a scorpion-shaped chair designed for maximum comfort and productivity when editing photos and videos. The customizable chair currently retails at $3,300 and even re-adjusts so that you can work lying down. Appropriately titled the Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit, it is an arachnid shaped design, right down to the fact the chair has eight legs. The tip of the tail can hold five flat screens […]

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ACDSee Photo Studio’s Color Wheels Are Great for Refining Color in Travel Photos

[ad_1] ACDSee Photo Studio’s Color Wheels Are Great for Refining Color in Travel Photos In my look at the new features of ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2021, I was excited to see the inclusion of color wheels and tone wheels. I first started using this style of editor in video production; it’s a big part of what gives stylized video like Mad Max its distinctive look. When editing photos, however, it’s a great, intuitive way of working with the luminosity and color ranges […]

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A Unique Timelapse Video Of European Architecture Comprised Of Thousands Of Photos

[ad_1] A Unique Timelapse Video Of European Architecture Comprised Of Thousands Of Photos Over the span of three months, Luke Shepard journeyed through 36 cities and 21 countries with the intent of capturing these beautiful European structures. What started as a successful kickstarter campaign,which raised nearly $20,000, has led to this beautiful video.  One of the many reasons why people go to Europe is to see the beautiful architecture. Combine that with the energy that the night brings and this […]

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Are Your Photos Real or Not? If They Are Real, How Do You Prove It?

[ad_1] Are Your Photos Real or Not? If They Are Real, How Do You Prove It? Recently, I got into a discussion with a guy on social media about one of my photos. He claimed it was fake. I had manipulated the image by adding birds, he said. The incident got me thinking about how easy it is nowadays to change an image completely. How do you prove your image shows the reality? When I was photographing with the Olympus OM-D E-M1 […]

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7 Simple Tips to Create a Strong Depth in Your Photos

[ad_1] 7 Simple Tips to Create a Strong Depth in Your Photos If there is one thing that makes a landscape photo “come alive,” it is adding depth to it. Adding depth either invites the viewer into the photo or can make the photo feel like looking through a window. Depth and three-dimensionality are essential (however, not necessary) components of landscape photography. In my latest video, I share seven simple tips and a bonus tip to create depth in your photos. These […]

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Mark Hartman’s Stunning Photos from India and Nepal for New Yorker Instagram

[ad_1] Mark Hartman’s Stunning Photos from India and Nepal for New Yorker Instagram Photographer Mark Hartman, a Boston native, has taken over the New Yorker’s Instagram for the first week of March. Hartman is currently traveling in India and Nepal. His striking photographs give insight into the two countries’ inherent beauty and long-held traditions. In his first post on the account, Hartman says “Greetings and love from Kathmandu, Nepal. This is New York City based Mark Hartman and I will […]

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