Day: December 20, 2017

Interesting Photo of the Day: Magical Winter in Yosemite

At first glance, this almost feels like a shot from the movies, but Oxus007 manages to capture an ice cold moment at Yosemite. Yosemite is no stranger to tourists as an attraction during the winter season. Many plan camping trips to enjoy skiing, ice skating, and stargazing, along with several other activities during the winter […]

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The Myth and Reality of Shooting in Manual Mode

I’ve heard it. You’ve heard it. And it’s a great big steaming pile of…baloney. Myth – Professionals Only Shoot in Manual Mode I recently read an account of a new photographer who heard that “expert” photographers only shoot in manual mode, so he headed out to shoot. Camera firmly set to M, he shot away, […]

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Five Easy Street Photography Photos You Can Take on Your Commute

Street photography is a genre of positioning and opportunity, meaning you can often end up going to a specific place and waiting a while for the right shot, something that not all of us have the time to do. This neat video shows you five common shots you can find easily, even on your commute. […]

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Where Do You Print Your Photos?

Many of our readers have been asking us to write detailed howto articles on printing, a topic we have certainly neglected over the years. Getting our work seen is very important for us photographers, because that’s why we shoot in the first place. While posting images to Facebook and Instagram is something many of us […]

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Annie Leibovitz teaches photography in new MasterClass

MasterClass has announced the launch of a new course from master photographer Annie Leibovitz. The course is composed of 14 video lessons from Leibovitz herself, as well as a workbook with things like lesson recaps, resources and assignments. As part of the MasterClass, Leibovitz will offer office hours via video and participate in Q&A with […]

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