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Creative Travel Portrait Photography Tips

In travel photography, and mostly in Asia, we tend to focus our photography a lot on people. But portraits can look very similar if taken with the same angle. It works fine of course, but I personally feel the need to go beyond the traditional close up portrait and produce some more original w...

Interesting Photo of the Day: Cape Kiwanda Long Exposure

Cape Kiwanda in Oregon is well known for experiencing spectacular wave action. This makes it an ideal place to spend some time during the evening hours. The beautiful sunset along with the coastal waves will ensure that you’ll have and amazing time before you call it a day. Photographer Ryan Dyar to...

Product Photography: Flat Lay Tips

Flat lay photographs work great for print and digital ads and even for thumbnails. In this video, photographer and filmmaker Peter McKinnon shares some of his tips on taking great-looking flat lay photographs: [embedded content] 1. Layout “When you’re laying these things out for the photo,...

Controlling Color, Exposure, and Blurriness in Photography

On your next trip, wouldn’t you like your digital photos to look just like the scenes did with your eyes? Photo by Vasile Hurghis; ISO 100, f/3.6, 1/2500-second exposure. The good news is they can! There are several things you can do to improve your vacation photos. Even with todays...

Interesting Photo of the Day: Black Rhinoceros at Sunset

After waiting seven hours beside a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia, photographer Johan Georget got the shot of a lifetime. The sky was overcast and Georget didn’t have any hopes of even seeing a sunset, but then the sun pierced through the clouds at just the right moment. Around 7pm, as...

Are Expensive Light Modifiers Better?

Portrait photographers spend a good deal of money when it comes to light modifiers. But do more expensive light modifiers produce better results? Photographer Lee Morris from Fstoppers compares the light from a softbox, umbrella, scrim, and bounce card. Let’s see how they fare: [embedded...

Fall Photography Tips

Fall is upon us and that means it’s time to take some memorable foliage photos. The turning leaves create vibrant multicolor scenes that almost photograph themselves. The vivid gold, orange, green, and red colors provide many photographic possibilities, but it’s up to the photographer to cap...

Interesting Photo of the Day: Volcanic Mt. Bromo at Early Dawn

This is what they mean when they say “the crack of dawn”—when dawn’s early sunlight literally creates a crack in the sky, while the rest of the night sky is still pure darkness. This is the moment that Weerapong Chaipuck captured while waiting for the sunrise near Mt. Bromo, an active volcano in East Jav...

Understanding Ego as a Photographer

Creating art that really means something to us and putting it out to the world can be a particularly scary thing. It’s often super challenging not to post what you think everybody wants to see. Street photographer Sean Tucker believes that the ego plays a key role in staying true to oneself. At the same t...

How to Get Stunning Colors in Your Sunset Photography

Nothing makes a sky pop in a photograph the way that a sunset can. Beautiful purples and yellows in a sky are often the result of the setting sun, but in order to capture the richness of those colors in a photograph, there are a few tricks you should know about. In today’s landscape photography ...

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Beach of Right Angles

What’s cooler than bending reality from a panorama into a 90-degree angle? Bending a panorama into two 90-degree angles. This experimental shot, like something out of Inception, does just that: (Via Imgur. Click for larger image.) The image comes from Indonesian graphic designer Jati Putra Pratama,...

Mirror Portrait Techniques in a Studio

When used creatively, even a simple household mirror can help you create intriguing images. Photographer Gavin Hoey from Adorama explains how you can work with mirrors to create stunning reflection portraits: [embedded content] Preparing the Mirror Hoey uses a normal household glass mirror r...
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