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The Making of High Energy Portraits of World Cup Soccer Fans | Monte Isom

Go behind the scenes with Monte Isom as he makes high energy portraits of World Cup soccer fans.

How To Make Realistic Lens Flares In Photoshop & In Camera

Phlearn's Aaron Nace shows how to make realistic lens flares in Photoshop, and I explain what they are and how they're formed in camera.

Making the Most of Studio Portraits with Limited Lighting Equipment | Joe MacNally

Joe McNally show us how to create beautiful studio portraits with limited lighting equipment.

Lunar Eclipse Star Trail - How We Shot It

The Photo (Click here to view a larger version!) The Equipment and Settings Nikon D5300 Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 @ 11mm Heavy, (very old) rock-steady Slik Tripod...

How You Shot It: "StudioFun" Kids Portrait by Jan Bon Jr.

How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Today's post comes from Jan Bon Jr. a photographer in Belgium, whose shot of his adorable daughter Fien,...
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YouTube Roundup: Best Wedding Photography Tutorials/Tips

Here's another week of Youtube videos that I've found while digging through our archives. If you don’t subscribe, head over to YouTube so you don’t miss any awesome content!...

How To Easily Add Copyright In Lightroom & In Camera

Copyright seems to be an ever growing concern for a lot of the photographic community. Lightroom makes it easy to apply it.
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How You Shot It: Pottery Product Shoot

Today's How You Shot It post comes from David Hill, a photographer from the UK, who has only been shooting about 18 months. He specializes in portraits, but enjoys the challenge...
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You Gotta Know When to Hold 'Em - BTS of Gotham City's

Here is a fun set piece of a Gotham City Rogues version of the familiar (and oft parodied) “Dogs Playing Poker.”
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Easy studio Lighting for Noir Portraits

Create timeless noir portraits with simple constant lights.

Fire Wave B&W - Valley Of Fire | How We Shot It - SOOC Edition

The Photo (Click here to view a larger version!) The Equipment and Settings Nikon D5300 Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 @ 11mm FotoPro C5C Tripod Sigma EX Circular...

How To Choose Your Best Images: Top Tips On Culling Your Photos

Learn how to effectively cull and select your best images, and why doing so is crucial to your success as a photographer.