Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Photography is one of those careers where the industry is so broad that realistically you can select any field to focus on. Even if you define yourself as a particular type of photographer, you can further niche yourself into one of the many subcategories that are available in almost every genre.

For example, if you are a fashion photographer you can further categorize yourself as catalog, high fashion, fashion blogger and/or editorial. Portrait photographers can focus on maternity,... more

PART 1 – The Camera Starting back in May of 2014, I finally put my first foot forward in the making of a 16×20 inch bellows camera. The idea to build a camera was nothing new to me, but I was always hesitant to begin construction since I am the type of person that prefers […]

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It was only a couple of monthsthat Instagram seemed to be playing around with the idea of sharing posts from other peoples feeds onto your own. And, of course, the opposite, to allow others to share your work on their feeds. That doesn’t seem to have come to the masses yet, and it may never. […]

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The selfie-centric Olympus Pen E-PL9 has been announced. This entry-level Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus has seen a couple of nice new updates over the previous generation Pen E-PL8. For a start, there’s 4K UHD video, as well as 120fps slow motion at 720p (a first for the Pen line of cameras). It has […]

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Drones can cause quite a mess when flying near airports, and theres even a visualization demonstrating just how chaotic it gets up in the sky. Still, some drone pilots dont give up on performing stunts dangerously close to airplanes and airports. Just recently, a drone operator dive-bombed a passenger airplane and flew directly in its […]

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When creating an HDR or High Dynamic Range photo, you typically need three or more images taken at different exposures (bracketed) to create one stunning image. But given the high dynamic range of today’s digital cameras, do you still need to shoot bracketed images to achieve the HDR look? In this article, I’ll show you how you can achieve HDR effects from a single image using... more

There’s word coming out of serial leakers Nokishita that Sigma is getting ready to announce a new lens. And if what they say is true that will be a 14-24mm f/2.8DG HSM Art lens. After the introduction of the 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art lens last year, it would be nice to see that […]

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Colour grading is such a complicated and in-depth topic. Sure, you can cheat and buy some preset pack from somewhere, but you gain so much more when you learn to understand colour and its nuances. Then you can create your own grades and get them just the way you want. That’s the point of the […]

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With Space Oddity playing in the background, SpaceXs Falcon Heavy has made a successful launch on 6 February from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The live stream was reportedly followed by more than three million people, and this historic launch is the hottest news all over the world. In case youve missed the live stream, […]

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The photos of Super Blue Blood Moon have been all over the internet in the past couple of days. Destin Sandlin fromSmarter Every Daytook some shots too, and he captured a phenomenon that got him utterly confused. Destin and his friend Trevor Mahlmann shot the moon aligned with Saturn 5 rocket in Alabama, USA. As […]

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