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Joe is a rising fashion and commercial photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. He blends creativity and edge with a strong style of lighting and emotion in his photographs. Be sure to check out his work at www.fotosiamo.com and connect with him on Google Plus and on Facebook

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Photographers Rejoice! Google Drive's 1TB Storage Drops to $9.99/mo

Google Drive drops its 1TB storage option from $49.99/mo to an amazingly cheap $9.99/mo
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On Filming Oscar-Winner 12 Years a Slave

12 Years a Slave is not only one of the best movies of 2013, it was also has one of the best cinematography. Time.com interviewed the movie's Cinematographer, Sean Bobbitt, to...
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Friday Funny: Photoshop's Best Kept Secret!

Photoshop is simply an amazing software that is indispensable for many photographers and retouchers such as myself. One of the reasons why Photoshop is still the defacto...
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Panasonic GH4: First Impression and High ISO GH3 Comparison

I recently had a chance to use the Panasonic GH4 for about an hour and from my first impression as a GH3 user, Panasonic may have a real winner here. We will cover the video...
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Help Brooke Shaden Build a Photography School for Human Trafficking Survivors

When it comes to photography, it is pretty easy to get lost in all the talk about the latest gear and better ways to shoot. So it's good to remind ourselves that photography...
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How to Heal & Clone Non-Destructively in Photoshop

Heal and Clone Brushes are powerful tools in Photoshop. But did you know that you can Heal and Clone "non-destructively"? Here is how to do it.
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Fantastic Fine Art - Chess Portraits by Francesco Ridolfi

Inspired by the game of chess, Francesco Ridolfi created a fantastic fine art project that depicts that light and dark duality of human nature.
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The Winners of National Geographic's 2013 Photo Contest

They say timing is everything. For wildlife photographer Paul Souders, his image of a Polar bear submerged just below the surface of the water won him the Grand Prize Winner for...
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A Merry Movi Christmas Video by the Screenagers

What's better than taking 200 glasses of water to make an office-size musical instrument? Filming the whole musical act using a MoVI gimbal. Check it out.
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The Six Most Stolen Photography Gear of 2013

Gear theft happens. Lenstag.com compiled an infographic that shows which DSLRs and lenses are the most sought after by thieves, and where they are most likely to happen.
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Christmas Composite Image

We kicked off the holiday season by sharing our behind-the-scenes video on how to we shot an advertising image for UNDFIND’s Fishbomb. To create the image, we lit and shot two...
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Modern Corporate Studio Shoot - How We Shot It

Shooting a clean and modern shoot on white background is easier than you think. It's also great when you have to shoot a group image. Here is how I shot this corporate image.
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