[embedded content] Los Angeles-based event photographer Mik Milman made this 11-minute video showing how he stores and organizes his photography gear. The centerpiece of his organizational strategy: a rolling tool chest. In the top drawer, Milman stores basic grab-and-go essentials — things like headphones, memory cards, gaffer tape, etc. The next drawer holds vintage lenses,
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Tatiana Avdjiev is a lifestyle photographer based in Chicago who has developed an eye for capturing everyday situations and genuine moments. Tatiana is also drawn to capturing movement in dance and sports, demonstrating a wide set of photographic skills. Her talent has secured her features in Photography Masterclass Magazine, TimeOut Chicago, and Imaginarium Magazine. Q:
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Snowmelt above Flagstaff, Arizona creates the spectacular Chocolate Falls. This seasonal cascade offered me the perfect venue for a lesson in the effects of longer shutter speeds on moving water. Photo by Bruce Dorn. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM at 24mm, Tiffen ND 0.6 filter. Exposure: 5 sec., ƒ/10,
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Photographer Hugo Rodriguez has created a “new generation” of color chart called the HR-1 SuperChroma that blows your ColorChecker out of the water. Using 999 evenly distributed color patches, Rodriguez claims his chart can produce more accurate results than anything else on the market today. We first heard about the HR-1 SuperChroma in February, when
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In the second of a series of follow-up articles to The Quality of Light, I have posted this article to share a series of photographs (along with the thought processes behind them) that captures the quintessence of a well-known and spectacular light display, often referred to as the “Secondary Sunset” or “Second Sunset”. As with many
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If anything good has come out of the current lockdown, it’s the many wonderful ways people have been finding to stay creative. When the coronavirus began to take hold and necessary government instructions rendered my wedding and portrait photography business inoperable, I had to deal with the shock and financial implications of it like any
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