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The Best Way To Create, Use, & Alter Lens Flares In Photoshop

Lens flares can add some great interest to an image, but can also make you look like a fool. Here's how to create them fast and easy, and tips on when to use them.
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Renowned Street Photog Joe Wigfall on Shooting From The Hip To Maintain Connection

Joe Wigfall speaks from the heart in an inspiring short walk and interview where he advises on how to keep connection with your subjects, and how to balance what you love with...
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One Light, One Photographer: Shooting Dramatic Portraits Without An Assistant

In the following video from our friends at The Slanted Lens, Jay P. Morgan takes off to blustery Maine to shoot some dramatic portraits of fishermen, with one light and no...
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What Major Publications Go Through & Look For When Hiring Photographers

A follow-up segment on the brilliant interview by a.a.Productions as part of #BehindtheGlass, Brad Smith expands on what it takes to be hired, and also how the businesses think...
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Clever Short Film Digitally Removes All Signs of Life In London | With Tutorial

Zombie apocalypse or digital wizardry? This clever short film empties London of its people and as a bonus, shows you how it's done.
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Using Flags To Control Light For Cinematic Style Images

Flags are great tools for shaping light in the the studio or out in the field, and can be used to shape light exactly how you want it for a more cinematic look to your images.
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DIY Photography Galore! Three Projects to Save You Money

Have some time this weekend? Don't have a lot of money? Make your own panoramic timelapse with your phone, build an inexpensive dolly, and create a free ring light.
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Using Gels To Set The Mood Of Your Images | Joe McNally

Joe McNally shows us how the use of a simple gelled light can set the mood of an image.
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What Is The Fastest Lens Possible? How 'Fast' Should We Go Before It Makes No Practical Sense?

Matt Granger explores just how fast a lens is possible, in theory, and then commentary on the implications for function and practicality.
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Quick Tips On Shooting A Lifestyle Shoot Into The Sun & Processing In Lightroom

In this video tutorial, Serge Ramelli takes a common situation we often find ourselves in, shooting into the sun, and shows how to handle it in camera and in post.
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MinutePhysics Briefly Explains How Pinholes and Apertures Work

In How to See Without Glasses, Henry Reich demonstrates a technique making a pinhole with your fingers to see at greater distances; the same way we stop down a lens to increase...
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The Best Way to Build Your Email List to Better Market Your Business

Today, I’ll talk about a potential method to build an email list, and you will see why using an email marketing service is critical.
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