Photographing the Milky Way

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Gear & Apps Sigma 14-24mm F/2.8 ART Quick Review
By Ryan Longnecker on July 20, 2018
The new de facto choice for 14-24mm

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Shooting Tips Cinematic Lighting: 5 Lighting Setups in One Room
By Jay P Morgan on July 20, 2018
Your small space should not be a total limitation
Shooting Tips Using A C-Stand As A Tool & To Add Flare To Portraits | How I Shot It
By Brittany Smith on July 16, 2018
Shooting through elements such as windows, prisms and lace are an easy way to add...
Shooting Tips How To Shoot Editorial Photography With Only 1 or 2 Lights
By Elaine Torres on July 10, 2018
It’s not necessary to use complex setups of four to even six lights to create...
Shooting Tips Creating Artistic Portraits Using A Tilt-Shift Lens
By Jay Cassario on July 9, 2018
Simply put, a tilt-shift lens is a lens that tilts and shifts, and throws the focus...
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Shooting Tips Photographing The Milky Way | Ideal Camera Settings
By Matthew Saville on July 5, 2018
Capturing the Milky Way can be a real challenge, but here's help to overcome the hurdles.
Shooting Tips How to Capture Stunning Fireworks Portraits
By Pye Jirsa on July 3, 2018
I recently shot a wedding with a firework show and I wanted to show you how I captured...
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Shooting Tips How To Create Epic Environmental Portraits
By Shivani Reddy on July 3, 2018
How to approach them, and what gear to use.
Shooting Tips Intro To Color Theory & Practical Tips | The Divisor Between The Pro & Amateur
By Kishore Sawh on July 1, 2018
Color can literally make or break an image, and yet it's understood and consciously...
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Shooting Tips How To Photograph The Milky Way With A Portrait Subject
By Matthew Saville on June 27, 2018
Here's how to execute some beautiful astro shots with a human subject
Shooting Tips Best Lenses For Milky Way Photography
By Matthew Saville on June 25, 2018
Looking for the best lens for milky way photography? Look no further, we've got you...
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