Photography Blogs & Tutorials

With the appearance of thedual cameratechnology, the world of smartphone photography certainly got more interesting. But now, the latest leaked images of the upcoming Nokia phone show us that the number of cameras on a smartphone is about to reach five. Nokia 9 hands-on image leaks, shows five cameras on the back — Raz […]

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Im a documentary photographer. I work really closely with families, business and professionals and I create candid unposed images that show love when comes to families, and passion and hard work that comes with it when it comes to professionals. No posing, no smiling, no lifestyle images that pretend to be real. Pure photojournalism. Street […]

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Landscape photographerNigel Dansonhas been reflecting on his time as a professional landscape photographer and has come up with 7 things that he wishes he knew when he first started out on his photographic journey.

Unfortunately for Danson, he’s not able to go back in time and tutor himself. But luckily for us, we’re able to learn from these key moments in his career without spending many years getting... more

When Sigma 135mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art lens was first announced, it was available in Canon EF, Nikon F and Sigma SA mounts. But, Sony shooters can now get it with a native Sony E mount too, and Manny Ortiz tested it out. In this video, hell show you what its like to shoot portraits […]

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The Lume Cube, Litra Torch and similar lights have become quite popular since they first appeared. Powerful little LED lights that are just as tough and rugged as the action cameras they’re designed to be used with. But that’s not all they’re good for. Light is light, as they say, and you can use small […]

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The Fujifilm X-T3 is just out, and on paper, it seems like a pretty powerful piece of gear. Jordan Drake of DPReview tested it out for video shooting and compared it to his favorite Panasonic GH5. So, lets see how the two cameras compare and if the new X-T3 is capable of meeting the videographers […]

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How many times have you captured an image that looks great as a thumbnail only to lose that sharpness when it is enlarged? If youre like me, TOO MANY times. It happens to all of us all too often, but it doesnt have to. You probably know the reasons why and how to avoid the problem, but lets review them all in one setting to you can get sharp photos every time.

There are several known contributors to soft photos and specific ways to prevent them.

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Gimbals are wonderful things, but just walking around holding a gimbal gets really boring really quickly, especially for the viewer. But that’s what often happens. Every shot looks like a “gimbal shot”. We’ve seen the same thing happen with drones, too. And like a drone, a gimbal can be a valuable storytelling tool, offering some […]

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Photographer Kevin Mullins is often asked why he chooses to shoot his camera in black & white, even when shooting raw. So often, in fact, that he finally made a video explaining why he chooses to work this way. If you’re shooting mirrorless, as Kevin does, the choice is simple. If you know you’re going […]

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With hundreds of thousands of photographers out shooting, how do you distinguish yourself from the pack? How do you repeatedly come home with images that make audiences everywhere gasp? One way is to use a more unique, dramatic style – backlight.

But how do you do this? In fact, its rather simple.

In this tutorial, youll find a sequence of steps for working with backlight. When youre finished reading, youll have the know-how necessary to take incredible backlit... more