Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Its official. Instagram has opened up multiple account support for almost everyone. After months of rumors, both for Android and iOS, support for two or more accounts is here, reigning in a feature users have been asking for since Instagram made its debut in 2010. Anyone who has the latest version of the app, either [...]

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Photography might be a young art for all intents and purposes, but that doesnt mean its history is anything less than complicated. Thankfully, if you dont care to take a semster-long course on how photography came to be, COOPH has created a helpful video that breaks down the history of photography in just five minutes. [...]

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The cloud has gained popularity in recent years, and is often recommended as a way to store and backup your photos, but what do you do when the service kicks the bucket? Thats exactly what millions of users are about to find out, with Copy dropping the bomb and announcing it will be shutting down [...]

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Chinese lens adapter manufacturer Kipon has officially released a new Canon EF to Sony E-mount autofocus adapter with a neat little feature up its sleeve. In addition to providing full phase detection autofocus support for Canon EF lenses on Sony A-mount cameras, the adapter also allows you to easily swap out various graduated ND filters [...]

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You know those photos where you throw flour or pigmentsat models? I know you do, because we just featured some the other day. While those are a lot of fun to make, dealing with flour on the floor is definitely not an easy task. Benjamin von Wong who did this a few years back said [...]

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Weve covered this topic before, but its always worth a second mention. RAW photos. Specifically, why photographers dont share RAW images with clients. In one of her latest videos, photographer Jessica Kobeissi shares a collection of anecdotes and analogies explaining why its beyond reason to expect photographers to hand over their RAW files. Rather than [...]

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While Peyton Manning will be remembered as the star of last nights unforgettable Super Bowl 50, Tim Cook has been receiving a fair share of attention after sharing a photo from the game. Unlike the Broncos quarterback, however, Apples CEO probably wont want to remember this event, as the snide comments poured in criticizing his [...]

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In the photography domain, macro photography is defined as the art of magnification of subjects. It is a very interesting form of photography, which seems to have an application in almost every genre.

For wedding photographers, it’sa great way to highlight wedding details like rings, the invitation suite, certain aspects of the bridal bouquets, and boutonnires. For nature photographers, it is a great way to get up close and personal with many interesting subjects like bugs... more

If you are a photographer who takes pictures day in and day out, perhaps because it is your livelihood or you are a keen hobbyist, there are times when you may want to digress from the day to day, and do something new on your day off. You can do this purely for the fun of it, or to set yourself some new learning challenges. This is a good practice to implement regularly because it pushes you to think outside the box, hone your skills, enlarge your vision, and challenge your creativity.

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One of the most amazing things in this age we are leaving in is the availability of information. What used to be highly regarded trade secrets is now instantly available as a tutorial on youtube. Sadly, this creates a whole new issue of knowing how to separate the good from the crap. YoutuberSugar Zaza shares [...]

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