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Plan your work and work your plan. That’s what… someone important once told me? Anyhow, in my opinion, planning out your Milky Way shots is absolutely one of the best ways to increase the likelihood you will be shooting bangers. Aloha! My name is Daniel Stein, and I’m a nightscape photographer based in New Jersey.
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I’ve been swimming in this industry since the spring of 1997, ultimately on both sides of the lens. I have witnessed titans rise and fall with the decimation of film in favor of digital pixels. I’ve taken part in the tidal wave of new and incredible talent from around the world thanks to affordable cameras
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Light can be one of the most challenging topics when it comes to learning photography. It takes a lot of trial and error to understand light, as there are very few resources available that teach light beyond setups. When working with light, many beginners are intimidated and often overlook some important things such as position,
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One of the more complex technical topics in photography is something called hyperfocal distance. At first glance, the basic definition of hyperfocal distance seems pretty straightforward: It’s the distance at which you focus your camera lens to get as much of your shot in focus as possible, from the foreground to the horizon. Things start
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You’re about to learn everything you need to photograph a lunar eclipse, including the upcoming total lunar eclipse on May 26, 2021. Everything! Where to go and when, how to plan your total lunar eclipse photo idea, all the gear you need, and how to photograph the lunar eclipse step by step (including all camera
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[embedded content] Professional headshot photographer and educator Peter Hurley recently starred in a Back to Basics 22-minute tutorial that covers the natural and continuous lighting he uses during headshot photo sessions. In the video, Hurley walks viewers through how he lights his headshots using natural or continuous light to achieve consistent results for his clients.
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[embedded content] I am a professional wedding, portrait, and fashion photographer, and have almost three decades of experience photographing couples. I created this video to provide lighting, posing and location tips and tricks in a few different scenarios to give photographers some inspiration on how to photograph couples. Photographing couples comes with a host of
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[embedded content] When I started my journey in photography, one aspect that fascinated me the most — and this extends even to today — was photo editing. I remember my first edits. I was so delighted to see how my images changed drastically by just moving a few sliders in Lightroom or Photoshop. Those changes
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Not every photographer needs to hire agency models for their projects, and, fortunately, there are many freelance models to choose from, however, finding and hiring can be a daunting process for some. Although professional agency models carry the reputation of the agency they represent when they are on the job, which, generally, is expressed as
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