Day: July 9, 2017

Take Your Studio Game to the Next Level for Less Than $40

Virtually all photographers’ portfolios have some form of studio work in it. The clean white background has been used the world over, from high-fashion shoots to everyday e-commerce. Here’s an effective way to give your model or product shoots a touch more class for little to no cost. [ Read More ] Paul Adshead Click […]

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Haunting photos from inside the wrecked cruise ship Costa Concordia

In August of 2014—two years and seven months after the cruise ship the Costa Concordia sank off the coast of the Tuscan island Giglio, claiming 32 lives—photographer Jonathan Danko Kielkowski swam aboard to document what was left. At that point, the ship had only recently been raised from the bottom of the ocean, having spend […]

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How to do Photography of Frozen Flowers

Have you ever received a beautiful bunch of flowers and wondered how they might look frozen solid? No? Well, me neither! Actually, up until recently, I was more interested in keeping flowers in a good old conventional vase. But photographers are a mighty creative bunch. Provided with some of nature’s most basic ingredients, we put our […]

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Lightroom Before and After

When editing a photograph in Lightroom, it is often useful to compare what the image looked like when you started out (the “Before”), to the changes you have made so far (the “After”). This way, you can keep track of your edits and understand how the different sliders and check marks within Lightroom affect your […]

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Quick Macro Photography Tricks

If you delve into the incredible world of macro photography, with the aid of a few digital photography tricks, you can take photographs of insects that will blow your mind. Photo by Patricia Dessoldi; ISO 400, 1/10 exposure. A normal housefly may seem just annoying, but up close and personal, you can capture a macro […]

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