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I’ve been following the work of Texas based portrait photographer Keydrin Franklin for a while now, but a recent Facebook Live stream of this particular shoot got me very interested. It’s certainly not every day you see a group of peoplewalking out into the middle of the roadto have photos made. As well as resulting [...]

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There are tools in Photoshop that I use more than others, and some not at all. The Patch tool is one of my favourites. It is so easy to use and with each version of Photoshop, it has gotten even better.

The Patch Tool is located under the fly out menu of the Spot Healing Brush.

What exactly isthe Patch Tool for?

The Patch Tool is part of the healing brush set of tools. These are the go-to tools for retouching and repairing your images. The Patch Tool is... more

Fox Talbot: Dawn of the Photograph opened at Media Space, part of the Science Museum, in London last week. Using a mixture of images, artefacts, letters, and publications, the exhibition charts the development of photography by William Henry Fox Talbot against the backdrop of his contemporaries. For anyone with a smidgen of interest in the [...]

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How to you redesign a classic piece of equipment that has become a staple amongst photographers (and all kinds of other professionals) the world over? You dont, you simply make it lighter. Thats exactly what Pelican has done with their new lineup of Pelican Air cases. Similar in almost every regard as their iconic predecessors, [...]

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Tonight, the Lyrid meteor shower will be taking place. They might not be as powerful as the Perseids or Quadrantids, but the Lyrids always have the potential to put on a show for astrophotographers of all experience levels. According to the American Meteor Society, the Lyrids are a medium strength shower that usually produces good [...]

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In my career as a photographer I’ve covered many genres from studio product photography, editorial, industrial, food photography, weddings, portraits, fine art, and travel – but through all of that, I’m primarily a people photographer. I like to photograph people.

Shoe repair man in Nicaragua – By Darlene Hildebrandt

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Twenty years ago, Nikon released a very special camera; The Nikon F3H (“H” for “High Speed”). Designed specifically for super fast burst shooting, it keeps up well with many of today’s modern DSLRs. Capable of shooting at 13fps, this rare modification based off the Nikon F3 and MD-4 motordrive manages to stand up against any [...]

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People have a diverse range of emotions, styles, and looks and capturing that with a camera is the photographer’s job. From posed studio portraits, to street photography or candid shots, getting the character and essence of a person in an image is the goal. Let’s see how these photographers did with people photography:

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With reports coming throughthat the D500 has now started shipping in the USA, those who have received them have been keen to start showing them off. Amongst the fanfare of abilities like 10fps shooting, and ISO performance never before seen in a crop body, one little mentionedfeature of both the Nikon D500 and D5 is [...]

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Ever so often it happens. You dont call it, it comes to you. You feel like its no use, you think your photography sucks and you feel discouraged. Ive been there and still get there many times myself, heres 10 tips to overcome photographic discouragement 1) You are not alone Heres the first thing: Everybody [...]

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