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Setting Up Epic Vehicle Shoot in Two Hours

In Photo Basics by Bastian Bodyl2 Comments

In this article I want to show how you can make epic photos within two hours from the shooting to the final picture. This is a good project for photography beginners to learn about the exposure triangle and editing. It is also a possible income source for photographers. There are a lot people who like …

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5 Reasons Photographers Should Join PPA

In Marketing/Business by Bryan Striegler7 Comments

It seems like I’m always spending money on something. I’ve got yearly fees for Dropbox, Vimeo, websites, and plenty of other services. Don’t get me wrong, these services are necessary and help me run my business, but there’s still this sting every time I see $200 come out for this and $400 come out for …

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Ten Reasons to “Shoot to a Theme”

In Uncategorized by Rick Ohnsman4 Comments

Often photography is about grabbing your camera, going to an interesting place, and looking for subjects that catch your eye.  No real plan, grab your camera, take a walk, and see what photo opportunities present themselves.  There’s nothing wrong with that. Often serendipity will meet your skills as photographer and a good shot will result.  …

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Dual Pixel Autofocus: What is it and what cameras have it?

In Gear by Frank GallagherLeave a Comment

Canon introduced phase detection dual pixel auto focus (DPAF) in 2013, with the EOS 70D camera, calling the technology “revolutionary.”  Since then, DPAF has been a feature on most new camera models released by Canon, from the $10,000 EOS C300 cinema camera, to the pro-level EOS 1DX MarkII, to Canon’s mirrorless EOS M6, to the …

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11 Locations Where Photos Aren’t Allowed

In Features by Andy Perkins10 Comments

It’s hard to push back against the tide of the photograph.  By one estimate, humans upload more than a trillion digital images to the web annually. That means more images of more people and more places. Every Day. Despite the ubiquity of the casual smartphone photo, some locations still steadfastly refuse to permit photography. Whether …

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How to Split Underwater Photos

In Photo Basics by Bastian Bodyl2 Comments

Underwater pictures are always fascinating and open the eyes for a new unknown world. But sometimes you have beside the great underwater world also a great overwater world. With split underwater shots you can combine these two worlds in one photo. But how can you make them? The easy answer is: Get an underwater case …

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Conquering the Circle of Confusion for Photography

In Photo Basics by Brad Goestsch8 Comments

It is likely that there has never been a term that is more aptly named than the circle of confusion. Through an understanding of the Circle of Confusion will come a mastery of depth of field. A mastery of depth of field will dramatically enhance every photo you take. If you’re like most people, when …