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Top 5 Prestigious Photography Classes Worth Completing

If you’ve always been passionate about photography and you want to learn more about how to take breathtaking pictures, you should consider attending a photography class. Since photography is a discipline that is studied by people all over the world, it makes sense that there are a lot of course options available to you, depending […]

I Frankensteined a model from all her best parts

I had the pleasure of shooting with Amy Wilder again! It is always such a joy to shoot with someone who is so on top of their shit. This girl knows how to work it. Normally when I do a shoot I’m trying to get as much “right” in one frame as possible. Aka the […] The post I Frankensteined a model from all her best parts appeared first on DIY Photography.

A story of French photojournalist who photographed gangs and wars for 40 years

How far would you go for a shot? French photojournalist Yan Morvan spent his 40-year long career shooting gangs and wars. He was exposed to dangers, gunshots and bombs all the time, and even got kidnapped by one of the most notorious rapists and murderers in France. Show More Summary

Stanford boffins develop Lithium Ion battery with built in fire extinguisher

Lithium based batteries power a lot of stuff these days. Phones, cameras, laptops, and even vehicles. There’s a lot of “best practise” advice out there when dealing with Li-Ion and Li-Po batteries, but it’s not common knowledge. Most consumers don’t know how to look after their batteries. Show More Summary

CMYK process explained with only four acrylic coasters

Sometimes it takes a lot of time and resources to demonstrate something, and sometimes only a few props are enough. Physicsfun shared a short video which demonstrates exactly how CMYK works using only four acrylic coasters and a famous painting. Show More Summary

I Walked on Frozen Baikal, The Deepest and Oldest Lake on Earth, to Capture Its Otherworldly Beauty

Baikal is impressive. It’s the deepest and the cleanest lake on Earth. When we were planning a trip, we didn’t even suspect it is so wonderful, majestic and fairy. We were raptured over its beauty so much, that we almost didn’t sleep all 3 days we were here. Show More Summary

The Paradox of Instagram

Without a doubt, Instagram is one of the most exciting social media platforms anywhere. It is now ranked the number two most active social media platform (by number of users), just behind Facebook, with over 600 million participants....Show More Summary

Three main reasons to stop chimping right now

When it comes to chimping, it seems that photographers are divided into two groups: those who cry against it, and those who can’t get rid of this bad habit. It’s especially bad if you photograph sports, events, concert and other fast-changing environments and events. Show More Summary

How to make things float in your photos with fishing line, hooks and a little Photoshop

Making things float in photographs is something that seems to pop up for many photographers. Sometimes it’s the entire point of the shot, and at other times, floating objects are merely decoration for a wider scene. Whatever your reasons, there’s easy ways to do it, and there are hard ways. Show More Summary

How to use composition patterns to improve your travel and people photography

When doing photography in general, and in my case Travel photography, the use of a photography template can be very beneficial and help improve the overall performance. By photography template I mean pre-defined, well-known and efficient...Show More Summary

Log video is coming to your smartphone with a new FiLMiC Pro update

FiLMiC Pro has been my go to app for mobile video for the past few years. Whether I want to shoot a quick personal clip or shoot some behind the scenes footage, it mostly works great. There’s one or two issues, like drifting audio and...Show More Summary

The Best Lenses for Landscape Photography

Regardless of whether you are a hobbyist or professional you will want to get the best quality images for the time that you spend photographing nature. Part of getting great results involves being properly equipped. There are so many...Show More Summary

This universal automotive crane can be mounted onto almost any vehicle

Capturing footage with a moving car has typically meant one of three things. Either you’ve got an operator clutching a camera pointed through a window or missing door. The camera is fixed to the vehicle itself, strapped to all manner of poles, suction cups and various other things. Show More Summary

How to safely turn any bag into a camera bag with only three accessories

Do you use several bags to pack camera gear for different occasions? Sometimes you need the gear for a professional photo shoot. On other occasions, you only need the basics because just want to have the camera around in case you run into something interesting. Show More Summary

Top tips for choosing and packing photo and video equipment when travelling out of the country

Travelling with equipment can be difficult. You don’t want to take so much that you’re overloaded with redundant equipment. But you also don’t want to leave vital kit at home when you need it. The bags into which you pack that gear is also important. Show More Summary

US Presidential Inauguration will be live-streamed with customized Nikon KeyMission 360 cameras

The US Presidential inauguration is only a few days away. It will take place on January 20th, and we now know the technology behind the event coverage. In case you live far away and don’t want to miss a thing, Nikon and USA Today have enabled live streaming. Show More Summary

Can this vehicle with a built-in drone be the car for photojournalists of the future?

Photojournalists go through many dangerous situations during their career. Have you ever wondered how this could be changed? Dillon Kane has, so he designed a car of the future – a concept created especially for photojournalists. He submitted his design to Magna International’s “Main Event” design competition, and won the first place. Show More Summary

Pilot who crashed a drone onto Seattle’s Space Needle may face charges and end up in jail

New Year, new beginnings. But for a drone owner from Seattle, the beginning of 2017 probably wasn’t what he was hoping for. On New Year’s Eve, his drone was circling around the Seattle’s iconic Space Needle, when it crashed onto the platform. Show More Summary

Five Photography Business Goals for The New Year

I love the beginning of a new year – its a perfect time to reflect on what you did well last year and what you’d like to accomplish in the new year. In this article, I thought that I’d share my personal top five photography business goals for next year. Show More Summary

The fear of photographing in public and how to overcome it

The joy of Photographing on the street comes from close and engaging photos. Displaying the human nature and emotions in a way that the audience can relive these moments requires the photographer to be close and engaging as well. Unfortunately...Show More Summary

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