Photography Blogs & Tutorials

In case you missed the announcement buzzing around photo sites a couple months ago, Adorama and photographer Nigel Barker put out a casting call looking for photographers to compete in a new reality series/competition called Top Photographer with Nigel Barker. In this five part web series, each episode revolves around a specific photo genre that […]

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When creating images its always good to add some extra details just to keep things interesting. I recently shot a cover feature for alternative lifestyle magazine, Proper eye candy, with Madison Phoenix. The plan was to shoot some moody images using gels. I also wanted smoke, but alas, at the time I didn’t have a […]

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For those new to photography or video, lenses can seem like a scary subject. There’s so many different types, and numbers and letters that all denote different things. There’s countless different mounts and adapters. So many different features and options. Is the lens even the right one for your size of sensor? It can be […]

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First, check out these stunning images of fire!

Now if that hasn’t got you melting already, how about this one?

By Neil Howard

Weekly Photography Challenge – Fire

Fire comes in many forms:

  • Campfire
  • Bonfire
  • Match flame
  • Candles
  • Sparklers
  • Volcano
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GoPro haven’t been having a great time of things lately. Share prices are down, sales are down, the Hero4 Black was practically usurped by a competitor at half the cost. The Karma’s been recalled, and the Hero5 Black wasn’t as impressive or as revolutionary as customers might’ve hoped for. But now, GoPro have surprised us […]

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Edelkrone’s popular SliderONE is a pretty elegant and well made slider. Introduced at the end of 2015, the SliderONEis perhaps a little on the short side for some. But, when you only need to move small distances, it does its job extremely well. One thing it has lacked thus far, though, is any kind of […]

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Where there is smoke . . .

By Olli Henze

There’s fire!

Fire is a tricky thing to photograph. It comes in many forms; campfire, match, bonfire, fire spinning, sparklers, candles, etc. It can also make for some stunning images. Check these images of fire out and see if you agree.

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Dear Vicar, I am writing an open letter to Vicars. Not all Vicars, I hasten to add, but unfortunately its becoming such a regular occurrence, that I feel compelled to write to all those that it applies. You do not have to be religious to understand the depths of human spirit that a Church ceremony […]

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Understanding how light and shadow falls on different shaped objects is pretty important. It gives us the ability to be able to quickly recognise problems with lighting setups in many different situations with all kinds of subjects. It also helps us to remedy them more quickly. Jay P Morgan’srecently launched new series, Laws of Light […]

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Recently I had the opportunity to test the new Fuji X-T2. At start, it was only possible to do some tests with natural light and mainly in the street. Although it is not the kind of environment I use to photograph, this first test had as main objective to serve only as the first contact […]

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