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[embedded content] Photographing snowflakes doesn’t have to be expensive. In this short 4.5 minute video from photographer Jens Heidler on his YouTube Channel Another Perspective, he teaches you how you can replicate these larger-than-life photos with even entry-level equipment. Heidler has recently demonstrated how to photograph frozen soap bubbles as well as a beautiful film
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Let me begin by saying I am in no way a professional sports photographer. I am simply a high school math teacher who loves three things: teaching, mathematics, and photography. As a serious photographer in my school, it often fell upon me to document sporting events for the benefit of the school and the students
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Conducting an interview and taking pictures at the same time may sound overwhelming but this is a usual practice in social documentary photography. After 8 years of talking while shooting, I now feel as if something is missing when I silently click a shutter button or interview someone without a camera in my hands. However,
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Learn photography rules, learn to apply them, learn their advantages and limitations. Finally, learn to bend them, break them and explore beyond them. Rules are prison cell walls for the creative mind so beware of them — don’t let them take over your life. It’s better to consider them as “guidelines” only. With this out
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As a professional photographer for quite a few years now, I thought some of you may be interested in some photography business advice and tips through this entry-level straightforward photography business guide. This is a general guide since there are so many ways to define a photography business. It’s a wide-ranging industry where entrepreneurs of
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One of the many fascinating effects of cross-polarization is called “birefringence”, which is responsible for the psychedelic gradients in the seen here. This article is part two of a two-part series explaining cross-polarization and birefringence. The first part can be read here. What does “Cross Polarization” mean? While we delve deeper into this issue here,
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Cross polarization is a technique that uses two polarizing filters – one on the light source and on e on the camera lens – to get rid of unwanted specular reflections. This article is part one of a two-part series explaining cross-polarization and birefringence. Understanding Polarized Light So let’s have quick look at the science
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I’m Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens. In this article, we’re going to show you how to set up the five lighting portrait positions using the window and how to control the light. I’ve got Rai here with me. Rai is from London. The first thing we did in this room is we got
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The world of macro photography is full of fascinating subjects, but eyes and irises have got to be among the most mesmerizing ones. As with most captivating subjects, capturing it can be quite a challenge. In this article, I will share tips, tricks, and all the know-how you’ll need to create photographs, just like the
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