Day: February 17, 2017

50,000 Photograph Timelapse of the Western United States

When cinematographer Zach Rogers relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada, there’s no doubt that he anticipated bright lights and plenty of action. However, the city itself did little to capture his eye or his heart. Instead, he was captivated by the barren deserts that lie just outside of city limits: Comprised of nearly 7,000 individual photographs shot primarily […]

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An Apple a Day Keeps Creativity Awake

Do you find yourself lacking inspiration? Without new ideas? Or just unsatisfied with your average looking images? Pablo Picasso – the famous and talented artist – once said, “Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” This exercise is designed to help you achieve exactly that, and awaken your creativity. An old English proverb […]

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Leica SL gallery update

Image taken using a Minolta M-Rokkor 40mm F2 adapted using the Leica M-Adapter T and processed to taste in Adobe Camera Raw. ISO 2000, 1/125 sec, F2. Photo by Carey Rose As we move towards completing our full review of the Leica SL, we’ve been toting it around town just about everywhere, from the grit […]

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Photographer Reveals ‘Secrets Hidden In Your Skin’ with UV Light Experiment

A French photographer who runs various experiments for his YouTube channel collaborated with one of his peers in order to create a DIY UV lighting setup to expose what our skin looks like when different, everyday cosmetics are applied. [ Read More ] Jack Alexander Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide […]

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How to Properly Hold a Camera

When taking pictures, one of the biggest frustrations one can experience is camera shake, which often happens as a result of the way the camera is held at lower shutter speeds. Properly hand-holding a camera can drastically reduce human-induced camera shake and result in many more sharp images and keepers. In this article, we will […]

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