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Nightcrawling through the neon streets of Japan
Beyond Technique: Building relationships around the world with Matthew Jordan Smith
Tension relief: Pay attention to the edges of your image
The Traveling Photographer: Shooting wildlife in wintry Japan (Part 1: Choosing a trip)
Traveling Photographer in Japan: Eastern Kyoto
Traveling Photographer in Japan: Kyoto and Arashiyama
Japan for the Traveling Photographer: Part 4: Tackling Tokyo
Japan for the Traveling Photographer: Part 2: Getting around the country
Japan for the Traveling Photographer Part 1: Why go?
Stories From The Set: Saving Face Saves The Day

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Iconic Kinkakuji, the Golden Pavilion, in Kyoto, one of Japan's most splendid World Heritage sites

Traveling Photographer in Japan: Kyoto and Arashiyama

In our prior posts, I suggested starting points for exploring the sprawling metropolis that is Tokyo, modern Japan’s capital. If you missed those posts, here are links: Tokyo & Tsukiji and Tackling Tokyo Kyoto is another essential element in exploring Japan. 

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Stories From The Set: Saving Face Saves The Day

Shortly after the nuclear disaster in Japan, Dr. Shoichiro Toyoda of the Toyota Motor company came to the United States to raise money for the victims. As it happens, Vanelli was hired to photograph a meeting between Toyoda and a prominent local

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Commonly misunderstood photo words

I took the time to read comments on this site, as well as a few other sites, and found that there are some terms that need some clarification for use in the photo world. Some are quite comical, and some

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Stretching and Roving Keyframes

Stretching and roving keyframes

If you have keyframed multiple layers in After Effects and need to change the duration of the animated segments, you can use the stretch keyframes method to avoid individual keyframe adjustment. Simply highlight the beginning and ending keyframes on the

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Quick tips for winter street photography

This year, many photographers won’t be able to head to the countryside to shoot gorgeous winter landscapes. However, that doesn’t mean they can’t hit the streets to document the beauty of cities blanketed in snow. It will definitely be challenging

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