Tag: Photographing

Photographing Traffic at Night in the City

Related reminder: only a few days left for the popular 5 Day Photography Deal Moving traffic is like a city’s bloodstream—it’s always moving, pulsating through veiny streets, which can bring your photography to life if you know how to capture it. When it comes to traffic moving in the evening, you have a few technical options […]

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Tips for Photographing Autumn Colors

Photographing autumn colors can be the most fun you have with your camera. The fall is a great time of year for photography. There are an unlimited number of sights, sounds and smells to stimulate your senses. After reading this article you should be able to pick a great subject to display and dress it […]

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7 Things I’ve Learned from Photographing Children

Photographing children always charges me up with positive energy. I’ve been doing it for years now, and not only do I believe they can be great teachers, but also that I’ve become a better photographer by learning from them. In no particular order, here are seven ways photographing children has improved my photography. 1. Perspective […]

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Photographing Jennifer Lawrence: A photographer’s dream come true

Clay Cook is an Advertising and Editorial photographer who has worked with clients ranging from the NFL to Red Bull, and been published in Forbes, Popular Mechanics, Adweek, USA Today, ESPN, and more. To see more of his work, visit his website or follow him on Instagram. This article was originally published on Clay’s blog, […]

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Photographing Alaska Part 1: Planes, Train and Automobile

Who hasn’t dreamt of a trip to Alaska? It may not seem such a big deal for residents of west coast or NW USA, but for the rest of us it seems as far away as the moon. Even so, wherever we traveled we’d run into someone who waxed lyrical about their Alaskan cruise. Finally, […]

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Photographing a Demolition Derby Race

And now for something a little different. I’m so terribly sorry it’s not yet another article about the latest camera body but it might offer a visual break and much needed respite from the torrential salivation that most of the photography community seem to be afflicted by lately (their absolute prerogative, of course). I was […]

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Photographing Bees with Extension Tubes and Five Different Lenses

Many photographers have an interest in close-up photography but may find it hard to justify the cost of adding a dedicated macro lens to their existing interchangeable lens camera kit. They may decide to use extension tubes instead. The objective of this article is to demonstrate how extension tubes can be used with a range […]

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