Photography Blogs & Tutorials

If there’s one thing about camera bags and cases, it’s that we never seem to have enough. Like the cameras they contain, they just build up and multiply over time. We justify the collection of bags and cases by saying that each has a different purpose. That they’re all used when shooting in different circumstances. […]

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Instagram can be a powerful tool for photographers to promote their work and even expand their business. But there are some mistakes they make on this journey, especially if theyre still new. In this video, Toma Bonciu discusses five most common mistakes he sees among photographers on Instagram. But also, he gives you some useful […]

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Creating attention-grabbing wildlife photography that makes a lasting impression is a difficult and demanding challenge. Typically youre battling a number of uncontrollable and unpredictable elements, not least your subjects behaviour, the weather, the environment and lighting.

But, when it all comes together its truly magical! To ensure you maximize every opportunity and extract the most out of your wildlife encounters, there are a number of approaches that you can adopt to... more

The announcement of Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless camera got many photographers excited, while the others were disappointed. In his latest video, Tony Northrup tested the Canon EOS R compared to some of its biggest competitors: the Canon 5D Mk IV, Canon 6D Mk II, Sony a7 III, and Sony a7R III. Take a […]

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Joanne Jojo Capestro managed to escape the World Trade Centers North Tower on 11 September 2001, leaving the building only moments before it collapsed. While she was shocked and covered in thick white dust, photographer Phil Penman captured her in a powerful, heart-wrenching image. But 17 years later, the same photographer was there to witness […]

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I Bloom For You is another one of the artworks in series I Found The Silence. The idea was created in June 2018, followed by 3 months of planning. The main inspiration was to escape beyond the limits of everyday existence, somewhere where a man can be himself. Escape to a place, where we meet […]

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Australian filmmaker James Ricketson was sentenced this Friday to six years in a Cambodian prison. The 69-year-old filmmaker was arrested in June 2017 after he flew a drone at an opposition party rally. Recently, a Cambodian court charged him for espionage and sentenced him to jail. According to TIME Magazine, Ricketson has already been held […]

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It’s difficult to define travel photography these days. I see the same photos on Instagram all the time. Overly processed landscapes and sunset shots, the same pictures of a famous landmark over and over again and thousands of posed selfies on a beach swing. Most of these photos are considered to be travel photography but for me that’s not what it’s about.

A camel safari in Jaisalmer, India.

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Perhaps you remember the case from earlier this year, when Netflix was accused of using a storm image without permission for its hit show Stranger Things. Photographer Sean R. Heavey took the photo, and he is now filing a lawsuit against Netflix for copyright infringement. Heavey captured the photo of the supercell on 10 July […]

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Ever since the Loupedeck+ (review here) was announced, offering compatibility with a wider range of software than just Lightroom, there’s been one feature I’ve hoped for. That feature is compatibility with video editing software.Today, Loupedeck has come through and announced that it’s happening, beginning with Adobe Premiere Pro CC. It seems that I wasn’t the […]

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