Archives for January 2014

Confused In Choosing A Portrait Lens? Here’s A Quick Video Guide

If you’re out to buy your first portrait lens, make sure you choose one that fits your shooting style and needs. From lighting to size to price. Don’t randomly make a purchase base on just one factor. Clint Weldon has this great video on how to choose your first portrait lens. Check it out!

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Legendary Wedding Photographer Joe Buissink Teaches Basic Wedding Photography [Video]

Joe Buissink, one of the most celebrated wedding photographers the past decade shares tons of insights and tips on basic wedding photography in this B&H and Canon-sponsored event. He talks about developing your personal style, pricing, setting yourself apart, the importance of capturing the genuine emotions, etc. Credits – Joe Buissink, Canon USA, and B&H […]

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Really Advanced Stuff – Frequency Separation for Retouching Portraits – 3 Part Series

If you’ve been shooting portraits for quite some time and have attempted to retouch them with Photoshop, you’ll know that it’s incredibly difficult to make realistic and non-plasticky look on skin textures. While they may pass off with small web images or tiny 5R prints, shortcuts like blurring will not be sufficient. Oscar from Rabiero.com shares […]

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Epic Slow-Motion Macro Captures Intricate Nature Activities

The Brain Power is an amazing website featuring the wonders of science, nature, and technology. Check out this mesmerizing video they created, edited by Roen Horn on the hidden beauty and happenings in nature that we almost never see with our naked eyes. Enjoy and share this with your friends and kids!

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Master This Fundamental Video Rules in Lighting and Sequencing and You’re Set To Make Great Videos

The 180-degree rule is something all videographers should know and master. It’s one of the fundamental rules that will help you produce more consistent videos and give you a polished output, much like basic photography rules like rule-of-thirds and such. According to Wikipedia: [quote]In film making, the 180-degree rule[1] is a basic guideline regarding the […]

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Post-Haiti Earthquake Experience An Interview With Marta Ramoneda Interview

The magnitude 7.2 earthquake on Haiti devastated millions of lives and as the country tries to pick up the pieces, Marta Ramoneda shares with UNICEF her experience of the hardships, struggles, and bravery of Haitians through her photography.

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Top 12 Powerful Conflict Photography By Flickr Artists

When the general populace and the governing bodies of a land fail to agree for an extended period, the violence that follows when things boil over never ends well. These amazing photographers on Flickr who specializes in being in the front line capturing the drama and tension of these conflicts are who we’re featuring in […]

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Battle of the Sixes | Nikon D600/610 vs. Canon EOS 6D Reviews

The emergence of prosumer, full-frame cameras from the two camera giants have confused many DSLR fans the past year or so. Most photographers who are in the market for a higher-end camera but aren’t ready to shell out top-of-the-line money are stuck between the best APS-C offerings or the entry-level full-frames. In this issue, we […]

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