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Category: Sports Photograph: daniel bailey “Heading to the gate” Daniel’s photograph of two horse jockeys chatting is one of my favorite sports behind-the-scenes shots I’ve seen. It’s simple and minimalist, and there’s a distinct focus on the dialogue happening between
Category: Sports Photography Photographer: Tony Prince The separation of red and blue colors on the track help to frame the motorcycle rider, while still showcasing the great speed that the race is taking place. Originally shared with the Photofocus Flickr community right
Category: Sports Photography Photograph: “Drift Honda S2000” by Tomas Salinka Tomas’ ability to capture the motion of the Honda car really makes this photo shine. While the car is kept perfectly in-focus and sharp, the smoke surrounds it, making for a surreal look. Originally
While the printed photograph is the final expression of a photographer’s vision, making inkjet prints is problematic and expensive. That’s why there are still labs printing photos. There is a printer company that offers affordable, ink-free prints for photographers to
Thinking of getting into stop motion photography? One of the first things you have to familiarize yourself with are the different frame rates you can use. Your choice will influence how your results will turn out, so it’s important that
Been saving up for a new camera and think it’s finally time for you buy one? There’s no problem with that if you’re in urgent need of an upgrade, especially if you’re a professional photographer. However, you may want to
Recently, ON1 announced that its plugin suite — ON1 HDR, ON1 Portrait, ON1 Resize and ON1 Effects — would work with Capture One as native plugins. As someone who occasionally does HDR work, I was excited for the chance to
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