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Photographer of the Day: Robertino Radovix
Category: Street Photographer: Robertino Radovix "Rimini, plazza Cavour" Reflections are a street photographer's best friend. They can turn something like...
Portrait Tips: 3 Good Reasons You Should Wear Your Glasses
I spent yesterday making portraits at a corporate event, and several people tried to insist that they wanted to remove...
Photographer of the Day: martijnvdnat
Category: Travel Photograph: martijnvdnat "Silent City" I've never been to the Netherlands, but looking at this photograph makes me want...
Portrait Tips: Vitreous Eyes (Even With Hats)
Vitreous is a great word. It’s used to describe something that looks glassy or shiny. It comes from the Latin...
Quick Tip: How to use a Polarizer
Recently I wrote an in depth article on circular polarizers, where and how they come in handy. To use a...
Photographer of the Day: Patrick Gorden
Category: Sports Photography Photograph: by Patrick Gorden The emotion that Patrick captures with the man in the kayak gives a calming...
Photographer of the Day: Kevin Einzelgänger
Category: Nature Photographer: Kevin Einzelgänger Title: Untitled Reflections are a powerful element in any photo. When the reflection and source...
Photographer of the Day: Brock Slinger
Category: Nature Photographer: Brock Slinger Title: Reflection Like so many hard-won skills, mastery is a demonstrated by the choices one...
Why Christmas is the perfect time to take that protective filter off!
We all have been in that situation at the camera store where the salesman asked us if we want to...
Photo of the Day: Architecture – Past and Present
Category: Architecture Photograph: Architecture: Past and Present, by Manuel Buetti. Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr community, right here. To...
Photo of the Day: Perth, Western Australia
Category: Architecture Photograph: Perth, Western Australia, by Simon Leau. Originally shared on the Photofocus Google Plus community. To learn how...
Taming Interior Reflections
Photographing interiors means dealing with tons of reflective surfaces just waiting to spoil the fun. These little mirrors are everywhere...

Photographer of the Day: Robertino Radovix

Category: Street Photographer: Robertino Radovix “Rimini, plazza Cavour” Reflections are a street photographer’s best friend. They can turn something like a wet, overcast day into something magical. Robertino does exactly this, capturing a couple in the top half of the

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Photographer of the Day: martijnvdnat

Category: Travel Photograph: martijnvdnat “Silent City” I’ve never been to the Netherlands, but looking at this photograph makes me want to hop on a plane and take a trip! This photograph captures the city of Leiden in South Holland to

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Quick Tip: How to use a Polarizer

Recently I wrote an in depth article on circular polarizers, where and how they come in handy. To use a polarizer, screw the filter onto the front of your lens (using the right filter size, of course!). Once it is

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Photographer of the Day: Patrick Gorden

Category: Sports Photography Photograph: by Patrick Gorden The emotion that Patrick captures with the man in the kayak gives a calming reflection of the life lived by the man. And the trickles of water behind the kayak shows that there’s still

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Photographer of the Day: Kevin Einzelgänger

Category: Nature Photographer: Kevin Einzelgänger Title: Untitled Reflections are a powerful element in any photo. When the reflection and source object make something new, the result can be magical. Such is the case with this bridge in this image. Coupled

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Photographer of the Day: Brock Slinger

Category: Nature Photographer: Brock Slinger Title: Reflection Like so many hard-won skills, mastery is a demonstrated by the choices one makes. There are many excellent choices made in this image. First, portrait orientation shows the underwater stones in the foreground,

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Taming Interior Reflections

Photographing interiors means dealing with tons of reflective surfaces just waiting to spoil the fun. These little mirrors are everywhere bringing unwanted reflections into what would be an otherwise inviting inside space. The answer is simple. Show those offensive mirrored

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Quick Tip: How to use a Polarizer

Recently I wrote an in depth article on circular polarizers, where and how they come in handy. To use a polarizer, screw the filter onto the front of your lens (using the right filter size, of course!). Once it is

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Patrick Gorden

Category: Sports Photography Photograph: by Patrick Gorden The emotion that Patrick captures with the man in the kayak gives a calming reflection of the life lived by the man. And the trickles of water behind the kayak shows that there’s still

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Photographer of the Day: Kevin Einzelgänger

Category: Nature Photographer: Kevin Einzelgänger Title: Untitled Reflections are a powerful element in any photo. When the reflection and source object make something new, the result can be magical. Such is the case with this bridge in this image. Coupled

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Photographer of the Day: Brock Slinger

Category: Nature Photographer: Brock Slinger Title: Reflection Like so many hard-won skills, mastery is a demonstrated by the choices one makes. There are many excellent choices made in this image. First, portrait orientation shows the underwater stones in the foreground,

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Taming Interior Reflections

Photographing interiors means dealing with tons of reflective surfaces just waiting to spoil the fun. These little mirrors are everywhere bringing unwanted reflections into what would be an otherwise inviting inside space. The answer is simple. Show those offensive mirrored

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There’s Just 1 Trick to Photographing Glasses

The trouble with photographing eyeglasses is that they’re made of glass, which is generally pretty reflective and reflections of my flashes may obscure the eyes behind the glass, and if we can’t see a person’s eyes we might as well

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Removing Reflections from Glass

If you shoot any imagery that contains glass you’re likely to run into the problem of reflections. Find out how to deal with reflections in post in this tutorial. Watch more at . This tutorial is a single movie from

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