Archives for February 2014

Breathtaking Space Photography

Since the Hans Lippershey invented the telescope back in the 17th Century, humans have not had a dull moment when looking up in the sky. As more powerful optics emerge, our universe have provided us with surreal images that leave us breathless on what else is outside our pale blue dot. Enjoy this great series […]

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Nikon D4S Unveiled – An Upgrade or An Update?

Nikon just announced that their flagship Nikon D4 has been updated. Sporting a lot of updates to the existing beast of a camera, upping ISO range to 400K, for instance, is nothing to laugh at. Check out some feature videos and early hands-on reviews.

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Wedding Photography Planning – Pete Collins Helps You Get Started

Wedding photography is one of the toughest assignment for any photographer. The fact that there is no chance of a do-over makes it an important job for any professional photographer to plan for ahead of time. In this video, Pete Collins and the crew at Kelby Media break down all the components and hardware you […]

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How To Create Surreal Composite Landscape in Photoshop

In a perfect world, we’ll have perfect skies and conditions when we finally get to our landscape shooting location, however, clouds and skies are just 2 things that rarely come out the way we want them to when shooting landscape and sometimes, a little Photoshop could go a long way when creating the final image. […]

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Taking Care Of Your Clients – The Client Care Binder by Amy Rizzuto

New York wedding photographer Amy Rizzuto of Amy Rizzuto Photography shares her little secret on how to keep track on her commitments to her clients as well as managing expectations of her clients with her simple binder system. Learn how she did it in this video below.

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Make Your Own Videocam Follow-Focus For $5

Follow-focusing systems basically do one thing, allows you to turn the manual focus ring smoothly and easily with it’s ergonomic design. It provides the videographer a tremendous amount of control compared to turning the lens ring directly. As always, branded, carefully-crafted commercial variants cost hundreds of dollars so Ryan Connolly of Film Riot provides us […]

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Photography Movie – Magnum —The Changing Of The Myth

This epic film by Reiner Holzemer is a must-see for any photographer, particularly if you like photojournalism and a history buff as well. See what the great masters of photography predicted what photojournalism would be like if the future and go ogle over how they thought process and shooting styles are and see if you […]

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Artist Feature – Hengki Koentjoro

If you’ve been on Flickr or Facebook photography pages long enough, you’ve probably seen someone post consistently stunning black and white images in square framing. If you’re curious as to who this photographer is, he’s no otehr than Hengki Koentjoro. His dynamic, consistent, and powerful use of 1:1 ratio crop and monochrome is a feast […]

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