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Photography Shooting Tips

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Creating Photo-Realistic Reflections in Photoshop

Here's a neat beginner's Photoshop tutorial on how to create a nice, realistic reflected image for your "edge of water" type of scenes. … [Read More...]

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How To: High Contrast Lighting for Bodyscapes

Barry Kidd's approach to nude bodyscapes is keeping things simple yet powerful. This tutorial shows you how to achieve a nice, high-contrast lighting with minimal fuss. Note, video contains photo nudity (obviously). … [Read More...]

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How to Use Ring Light for Portrait Photography

A ring light creates a very distinct light and catch eye for portraits. While it's relatively simpler to use than a standard 3-point lighting, when not careful, the image may look flat and dull. Watch this video on how to make use of this great light … [Read More...]

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Beginner’s Lighting Guide – Soft vs. Hard Light, Diffusers, and Reflector Guide

Lighting can be a complex topic for beginners to learn, from lighting patterns to light modifiers involved. This video tutorial and introduction video by Tony Northrup clears up a lot of questions for beginners. … [Read More...]

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Post Processing Tutorials

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Creating “Ghost” Mannequin In Photoshop for Clothing Photography

We've all seen clothing catalogues where the product seem to be floating in thin air. The inside tags are showing while body features like muscular chest or arms are clearly defined underneath the clothing. The process isn't easy, but here's how … [Read More...]

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Lip-Smacking Enhancement with Photoshop

Glossy lips really makes a fashion or headshot portrait pop, you can tweak it beyond what the make-up artist have put on with this great video tutorial. … [Read More...]

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Channel Masking to Extract Complex Subjects in Photoshop

Watch this quick and detailed tutorial on how to use Photoshop's powerful channel masking features to isolate complex elements from a background. … [Read More...]

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How to Replace Backgrounds with Content-Aware Fill

Replacing or removing background elements have always been one of the first tricks Photoshop users want to learn, and with every release of Adobe Photoshop, this task is made simpler and simpler. … [Read More...]

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Gears and Reviews

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DIY Your Own 1000W LED Light Panel for Photo and Video

Everybody needs light... The cheaper, the better, right? In our current technological stage where video shooting is as important as still shots, having a constant, non-flash light source is indispensable, especially when you don't have access to good … [Read More...]

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How to Use Ring Light for Portrait Photography

A ring light creates a very distinct light and catch eye for portraits. While it's relatively simpler to use than a standard 3-point lighting, when not careful, the image may look flat and dull. Watch this video on how to make use of this great light … [Read More...]

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Beginner’s Lighting Guide – Soft vs. Hard Light, Diffusers, and Reflector Guide

Lighting can be a complex topic for beginners to learn, from lighting patterns to light modifiers involved. This video tutorial and introduction video by Tony Northrup clears up a lot of questions for beginners. … [Read More...]

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Business of Photography

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Should You Really Start a Photography Business?

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How to Upsell Your Photography Service with your iPad

Scott Wyden Kivowitz shares this cool iPad app that will help you sell more to your clients using your trusty tablet. … [Read More...]

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Professional Photography Marketing & Sales Tips

Ask any photographer who makes money off their photos, they'll tell you that until you make a sale with your photos, you're not really a … [Read More...]

Video Shooting Tips and Tricks

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Breaking the 180-degree Rule in Videography

The 180-degree rule is a simple but essential guide to follow for all videographers to allow smooth transitions and editing. Like all rules, there are situations where rules are meant to be broken. … [Read More...]

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Amazing Bike Stunt Video Shot Entirely with an iPhone

This video is a perfect example of how solid techniques, editing, and story telling trumps equipment. Check this out! Flip Champagne - iPhone 5S short movie from Léo Ginailhac on Vimeo. … [Read More...]

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Be Inspired! Featured Themes and Photographer Interviews

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Beyond the Cliché, Superb Mother and Child Portraits by Mexico Rosel

Tired of the fake poses, heart-shaped hands on belly type of mother-child/pregnancy photos? Mexico Rosel brings a classy and low-contrast documentary style to show the intimate relationship between … [Read More...]

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Amazing Bike Stunt Video Shot Entirely with an iPhone

This video is a perfect example of how solid techniques, editing, and story telling trumps equipment. Check this out! Flip Champagne - iPhone 5S short movie from Léo Ginailhac on Vimeo. … [Read More...]

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11 Great Photos Showing The Awesomeness of Being a Child

There's nothing like having a great childhood. The memories of having fun without fear, real friends, not caring what others might think of our ambitions and dreams, all activities that adults can … [Read More...]

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Brandon Stanton, Photographer of Humans of New York Interview

Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you've probably heard of the popular photo blog named Humans of New York. A project of Brandon Stanton, this blog has transformed into a daily chronicle of … [Read More...]

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