Day: May 12, 2017

Angle of Incidence Tutorial for Photography Lighting

Any experienced photographer will attest to the fact that light is the foundation of any image. Harold Ross is no exception. Here, he speaks in depth about the basic principles of light: Simply put, the sentiment is this: the angle of reflection is always equal to the angle of incidence. What that means is that when a […]

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Dude Be Nice – Mastering the Art of Constructive Criticism

Several years ago, one of the local high schools near me put on an anti-bullying campaign called “Dude, Be Nice!” During the time that the campaign was going on, I’d often see students, parents, and teachers wearing navy blue t-shirts with the slogan in huge white lettering across the front. I loved seeing those shirts […]

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National Geographic highlights early ‘People’ entries to Travel Photographer of the Year 2017 competition

Travel Photographer of the Year 2017: People entries National Geographic’s Travel Photographer of the Year competition is open once again for entries, and its editors have shared a few of their favorite early contenders in the ‘People’ category. Submissions are being accepted until June 30th, and a Grand Prize win will get you a ten-day […]

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Simple Ways to Manipulate Natural Light in a Boudoir Studio

Many boudoir photographers starting out may be green with envy on studio owners with larger square footage. In many cases the ability to move around furniture and props without tripping every step is a welcomed luxury. However, the grass is not always greener on the other side. Having a large studio also means having more […]

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