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How to Shoot Portraits With a Clean, White Background

[ad_1] How to Shoot Portraits With a Clean, White Background By far, one of the most common types of portraits you will be asked to shoot are those with a clean, white background. It is a simple, elegant, and versatile look that will never go out of style. If you struggle with artificial lighting, this excellent video tutorial will show you how you can easily shoot high-quality portraits with clean, white backgrounds. Coming to you from Daniel Norton with Adorama […]

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BTS – Outdoor Catalog Shoot In Jasper National Park From Lars Schneider

[ad_1] BTS – Outdoor Catalog Shoot In Jasper National Park From Lars Schneider This behind the scenes video from Lars Schneider, would no doubt be a killer shoot to land. The location for the outdoor catalog shoot took place in Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies last September for Ortlieb, a company that makes various bags for outdoor activities. The behind the scenes video gives us a peek at what it took to complete the 2013 catalog shoot in […]

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A Simple Trick To Shoot Better Sunsets That Almost Anyone Can Do

[ad_1] A Simple Trick To Shoot Better Sunsets That Almost Anyone Can Do While on a kayaking trip in the Great Lakes, I stopped just after sunset to shoot some images on the beach. The sky was still bright and very saturated, while the sandy ground was losing light and getting dark in my exposures. My kit was small, and I had no graduated ND filter, but I came up with something that worked well in a pinch. I’ll start […]

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Behind The Scenes Of An Epic Backcountry Ice Climbing Photo Shoot

[ad_1] Behind The Scenes Of An Epic Backcountry Ice Climbing Photo Shoot There are a few behind the scenes videos out there that show photographers working with ice climbers, but often the climbs are right next to the road, making it convenient to bring tons of gear, power, and spend all day getting coverage. So what does it take to create those images when you’re miles deep into the woods, and can only take what you can carry on your […]

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Confront Your Fear: How to Shoot Portraits of Strangers on the Street

[ad_1] Confront Your Fear: How to Shoot Portraits of Strangers on the Street Approaching people on the street for photographs can seem incredibly uncomfortable, but as this short video proves, overcoming that fear and creating portraits of complete strangers can be incredibly satisfying and make for some fantastic images. Personally, I find the prospect of wandering the streets approaching people at random a little intimidating, but these tips from photographers Jamie Windsor and Pablo Strong show how deploying a few simple […]

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Photographer David Guttenfelder Returns Home After 20 Years to Shoot National Parks

[ad_1] Photographer David Guttenfelder Returns Home After 20 Years to Shoot National Parks David Guttenfelder shot for the Associated Press for 20 years, based in Nairobi, Abidjan, New Delhi, and Tokyo, but it wasn’t until he helped open the AP’s North Korean bureau in 2011 that he became truly famous. His Instagram account has nearly a million followers and is filled with stunning iPhone photos from around the world. He was one of the first photographers to publish images shot on his phone, which […]

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Shoot Studio Quality Images Even Without Any Studio Lighting

[ad_1] Shoot Studio Quality Images Even Without Any Studio Lighting One of the worst myths in the photography industry is about how high quality gear is required in order to produce high quality results. This mostly nonsense and as you develop your skills within the industry, you’ll quickly realize how gear, in general, has little to do with the quality of results you can produce.  Karl Taylor is one of my favorite studio photographers and if you look at his work, […]

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Want to Shoot Somewhere New? Try These Local Options

[ad_1] Want to Shoot Somewhere New? Try These Local Options If you’re looking for a new location to shoot, consider checking out these destinations that might be right by you. Art Galleries, Exhibitions, and Pop-Ups Times are changing when it comes to photography in museums. While some classical institutions still ban it, newer galleries and exhibits embrace photographers. You’ll want to check the website before you visit, however, and make sure to respect their policy. For those exhibits that welcome […]

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Out All Night and Day: Fstoppers Reviews the Move Shoot Move Camera Rotator

[ad_1] Out All Night and Day: Fstoppers Reviews the Move Shoot Move Camera Rotator Usually, astrophotography is a trade-off: noise versus star trails. An extra device like the MSM camera rotator can help you shoot clear and sharp photographs of the night sky even at a very low ISO. What Is a Star Tracker Good For? I grew up in one of the most light-polluted areas of the world. Whenever I travel to remote places, I am fascinated by the […]

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How to Shoot Sunrises and Sunsets

[ad_1] How to Shoot Sunrises and Sunsets It’s summer now, and that means we have good temperatures and conditions to go out and shoot. Sunrise and sunset are especially great moments to get good photography conditions, not only because you can catch incredible colors but also because the light can be too harsh during the day.  How can you get the most out of the sunrise and sunset? I’ll give you all you need to know in this article. Shooting […]

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