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Quick Gear Tip | How To Maximize Your C-Stand

C-Stands are a staple in photography, and probably one of the most versatile pieces of gear in your arsenal. However,...

10 Reasons Every Photographer Should Own A 5-in-1 Reflector & Our Recommendations

They’re cheap, portable, and possibly the most versatile piece of lighting equipment you’ll ever own; 5-in-1...

DIY Studio Tips | 5 Uses For Foam Board

The best method for producing great photography on a budget is finding accessories that can fulfill multiple tasks....

Off-Camera Flash Techniques For Wedding Photographers

During a wedding, you see it all when it comes to lighting – the good, the bad, and the terrible. This guide has...

How To Light People With Glasses And Avoid Shoot-Crippling Glare

Among the many considerations that surround lighting your subject, the fact that they wear glasses can easily be...

How To Capture That “National Geographic Style” | Bob Holmes

Bob Holmes is a National Geographic travel photographer and, as such, he finds himself constantly confronted with the...

How To Use Light To Separate Your Subject From The Background

Understanding the effect lighting on your subject opens up a wide range of possibilities for your photography. You...

Improve Your Night Photography With Foreground Lighting

One of the biggest challenges when it comes to night photography is incorporating good foreground elements, but...

The Laws of Light Pt.1 | The Slanted Lens

Learn how to easily light spherical objects (like a head) with these quick tips from The Slanted Lens.

Image Deconstructed | How To Recreate & Shoot A Modern Mario Testino Shot

Recreating another photographer’s work that you admire is a truly valuable learning opportunity. You...