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Shooting in Darkness Without a Tripod: A Step-by-Step Guide to Prevent Noise When Using a High ISO

[ad_1] Shooting in Darkness Without a Tripod: A Step-by-Step Guide to Prevent Noise When Using a High ISO Have you ever been to a dark location where you couldn’t use a tripod? You probably needed a very high ISO and accepted the high noise levels. With this step-by-step guide, you can prevent the high ISO noise without the use of specialized noise reduction software. When you are photographing in a dark environment, you might want to use a tripod or a […]

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A Primer to Shooting Film in 2020: Film Stocks

[ad_1] A Primer to Shooting Film in 2020: Film Stocks With the popularity of film photography getting traction, it’s time you get caught up. Let’s talk about your film options.  The is the second of the three articles meant to act as an introduction to film photography for those that are looking to get into it as well as those that have maybe shot through a few rolls but still want to learn more. The first article, about choosing a […]

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An Interview With Celin Serbo On Shooting A 10 Day Climbing Expedition For The North Face

[ad_1] An Interview With Celin Serbo On Shooting A 10 Day Climbing Expedition For The North Face Where we’re going, we don’t have roads. The North Face sent photographer Celin Serbo on assignment to an area near Canyonlands National Park to capture stills of Alex Honnold, Daniel Woods, and Matt Segal establishing new climbs in a place called Labyrinth Canyon. In this post, Celin reveals the challenges of shooting a 10 day expedition, and shares his amazing images. I met […]

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Tips For Packing Gear And Shooting In Winter Conditions

[ad_1] Tips For Packing Gear And Shooting In Winter Conditions I’ve spent the last 2 weeks in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, shooting stills and video in freezing winter conditions. Snow, ice, blisteringly cold wind and more. In this video I share what I found to be best for packing my kit, protecting it in the field, and keeping my eyes from freezing to my viewfinder. Gear Prep The night before, I charge extra batteries and clean my glass. I pack my […]

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Looking After Your Most Precious Piece of Equipment When Shooting: Your Body and Posture

[ad_1] Looking After Your Most Precious Piece of Equipment When Shooting: Your Body and Posture It’s one thing to meticulously look after our photography gear, but if we don’t take care of our bodies, there’s only so much we’ll be able to do in the future if we can’t get up from our chair or lift our camera. Take a look at this video which explains how to make your photography more enjoyable and safe for as long as possible.Whatever type […]

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Shooting 8×10 on a Homemade Pinhole Camera With f/264? Why Not?

[ad_1] Shooting 8×10 on a Homemade Pinhole Camera With f/264? Why Not? Having very limited experience shooting pinhole photography myself, I found this advice useful and the results quite impressive. In this video, the 25th installment of Mat Marrash’s Large Format Friday, Marrash introduces us to two different 8×10 pinhole cameras. One of which he takes along on a day of shooting different scenes in a Midwestern town. The results of his outing were far more fruitful than my previous experience with pinhole. […]

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Shooting Portraits Through a Broken Filter

[ad_1] Shooting Portraits Through a Broken Filter If you managed to break your filter, perhaps give it one last outing before you throw it away; you never know what might be possible. Shooting through broken filters isn’t really new, but this is perhaps one of the best examples of the effects it can create. Pierre Lambert takes to the city, at night (which is a great start in my book) and sticks a broken filter on the front of his […]

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Behind the Scenes with Photographer Craig Kolesky Shooting Skiing and Biking in the African Desert

[ad_1] Behind the Scenes with Photographer Craig Kolesky Shooting Skiing and Biking in the African Desert It can be a real creative challenge to try and concept, as well as execute, something that has never been done before, especially in photography. Adventure photographer Craig Kolesky accepted that challenge and ended up in the desert of Namibia, with two unlikely athletes for such a location. I asked Craig a few questions about this project that he shot for Red Bull Photography. […]

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Comprehensive Guide to Shooting and Editing Astrophotography Time-Lapse Videos

[ad_1] Comprehensive Guide to Shooting and Editing Astrophotography Time-Lapse Videos The Syrp Genie caught everyone’s attention with its contemporary design and advanced automation features that made it a time-lapse photographer’s best tool in the field. Today, photographer Mark Gee shares tips on how to set up and use the Genie while offering a few great suggestions that apply to all methods of landscape photography, from what apps he uses on his phone to help him plan every shot to how to edit for final output. […]

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How Does the Canon EOS R5 Compare to the Sony a7R IV When It Comes to Shooting Stills?

[ad_1] How Does the Canon EOS R5 Compare to the Sony a7R IV When It Comes to Shooting Stills? Photographer and educator Matt Granger just got his hands on the new Canon EOS R5 and, trying to ignore all of the chat about overheating, set about comparing it for shooting stills directly with the Sony a7R IV. Check out this short video to get his initial impressions. The Canon EOS R5 is pretty hard to get ahold of right now, […]

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