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On Photography: Jeanloup Sieff, 1933-2000
Hiding and showing Lightroom Classic panels
On Photography: Dewoud Bey, 1953-present
On Photography: Corky Lee, 1947-2021
When to photograph brackets for HDR
Lightweight powerhouse from Tamron a lens worth getting to know
On Photography: John Paul Caponigro, 1965-present
Photographing smoke
On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present
On Photography: Anne Geddes, 1956-present
Exposure Tactics: Mastering exposure
Canon R6 offers solid still performance in a compact body

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On Photography: John Paul Caponigro, 1965-present

On Photography: John Paul Caponigro, 1965-present

“Every photograph is altered, to one degree or another.” — John Paul Caponigro Immersed in creativity John Paul Caponigro is an environmental landscape fine art photographer who includes drawing writing and photographing in his creative pursuits. He encourages everyone who

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How to photograph smoke

Photographing smoke

There are times when a photographer needs some smoke. Want to make a candle look like it’s just gone out? Smoke. How about a steaming cup of coffee? Smoke. Make the cigarette or cigar look realistic? Smoke. Add some magic

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On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present

On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present

“My first ‘f8 and be there’ opportunity was when I saw smoke from a fire on the horizon, grabbed my camera, and was first on the scene at a major gasoline fire in Doraville [Georgia] in 1972.” -Ron Sherman Ron

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On Photography: Anne Geddes, 1956-present

On Photography: Anne Geddes, 1956-present

The best images are the ones that retain their strength and impact over the years, regardless of the number of times they are viewed. -Anne Geddes Anne Geddes is known for her creative, sensitive and evocative photographs of babies. Her

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Exposure Tactics: Mastering exposure with Kevin Ames

Exposure Tactics: Mastering exposure

This Exposure Tactics post explains what a “technically proper” exposure is and how to get there. Remember I said technically proper, not creatively right. The three photos above are with different exposures. Each one brings out a different feeling or

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What the heck is the exposure triangle?

What the heck is the exposure triangle?

And why should I give a you-know-what about it? The exposure triangle, simply, is the three ways of controlling the amount of light a camera captures. Two of these three settings provide creativity control, too. The three sides of the

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On Photography: Jay Maisel, 1931-present

On Photography: Jay Maisel, 1931-present

“Always carry a camera, it’s tough to shoot a picture without one.” — Jay Maisel Jay Maisel, photographer Jay Maisel’s sixty-plus yearlong career as a professional photographer started in 1954 after he studied graphic design at Cooper Union and Yale.

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MDRN Photobooth Company and DNP printers

MDRN Photobooth is an event success

MDRN Photobooth Company is a super-successful event photography group based in Ottawa, Canada. Using DNP printers they provide not only memories for events for attendees, but also branding for event sponsors by printing lanyards. Event lanyards The lanyards included the

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On Photography: Bruce Davidson, 1933-present

On Photography: Bruce Davidson, 1933-present

“I don’t always know why I’m photographing something. It’s my learning machine.” -Bruce Davidson Darkroom magic Bruce Davidson was born and grew up in Oak Park, Illinois. In an interview with Chris Wiley in the New Yorker, he said, “Well,

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One of our favorite backpacks is on sale

The WANDRD FERNWEH backpack is on sale, at 15% off! Perfect for whether you’re hiking in the snow or enjoying the warm sunshine, the FERNWEH gives you ample room for all your photography gear (and then some). Save over $50

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Building your pricing structure

Once you know what types of goods and services your photography business will be offering, you can develop a pricing structure for them. What do you need to consider when determining the price of your services? In this chapter, instructor

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Three reasons to add grain to your photos

Grain is a word used in film photography to describe the fineness of detail a film or paper is capable of capturing. Landscape photographers typically want the finest detail possible, which comes from fine grained films. Documentary photographers and journalists

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