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Today on The Artists’ Notebook: April 7, 2020
Custom made prints of my photos in a gym
Webinar: Badass portraiture in sports photography, with Michèle Grenier
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Covering my first international sports event, part three
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Today on The Artists’ Notebook: April 7, 2020

Whether you’re at home with your kids, have had photoshoots canceled or just wondering what’s next, we hope that our latest project will help you fill the creative void. This week on The Artists’ Notebook, we’re discussing color and design theory,

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Huge print Xpozer in a gym

Custom made prints of my photos in a gym

I’ve always wanted to display custom made prints of my photos in a gym. That dream recently became a reality with a very cool project! A very cool opportunity I was approached by Xpozer, which wanted me to try and

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Sports portraits: Understanding your talent

Before you photograph an athlete, it is important that you research your talent’s atmosphere. What are the rules of the game? What does the athlete wear while playing the game? What equipment do they use? In this ThinkTAP Learn video,

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Don’t forget to style the photoshoot

Sometimes photographers can get so wrapped up with the technical side of a photoshoot that they forget to add a key element that makes the purpose of the image clear. Forgetting this element can cause confusion and make the viewer

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Techniques for panning

In this video, Natalie Fobes explains the most effective techniques for panning in motion-centric photographs. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. There are times that you want to stop action and yet still convey motion, so the

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Monetizing personal projects: The musician

The subject of monetizing personal projects is near and dear to my heart. I put together a ninety-minute presentation about the subject and shared it with my fellow photographers to a wonderful reception. A phone call leads to art In

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Astrophotography mistakes beginners usually make

There’s no question that astrophotography is one of the most interesting genres to get into. Photographing deep sky objects is especially exciting and rewarding, whether you’re a beginner or already years into it. However, to be able to make the

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Fun with a fisheye: The Sigma 15mm f/2.8

“Fisheye lenses are gimmicks.” Lots of photographers think so. Most have never used one, but I don’t travel without one. The 15mm f/2.8 fisheye lens from Sigma is less than three inches in diameter and length. It weighs in at

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Free photoshoots: Why do I do them?

This image that you see right here — the cover one — is a photo I took with a triathlon athlete for her blog. Did I get money for that? No. Am I happy with that? Yes. Will I do

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