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John Ganun | Photographer of the Week

Some projects speak louder to us as photographers than others. They may not be our first or our last, but at a certain point in our lives, they define us.

The Fencing Prince | How I Got the Shot

Sometimes I get a big idea. This one was all about creating a series across several athletes and sports. I wanted to photograph different sports using the same lighting and

Photographers and Photoshop

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Glenn Guy, Travel Photography Guru. We all enjoy receiving positive feedback about our work. It feels good, reassures us and helps maintain

Featured Photo by Svetlin

My idea was to create a connection between the three points in the image: between the mountains, the skiers and the house on the left corner. I used my Canon

Noam Galai | Photographer of the Week

Noam Galai’s story is a wild one, and quite simply the most unique among any active photographer. How can I make such a blanket statement? Because in addition to being

Featured Photo by JustConnieB

Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community. This picture was taken at a little man made lake in Victoria BC. The lake is stocked

Featured Photo by Philip Slotte

Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community. I took this photo from the Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York. Ive always wanted a shot

Daytime Lacrosse with Auto ISO

How I Got the Shot For today’s case study, let’s go to the Carrier Dome in Syracuse New York. I’m getting ready to shoot a Lacrosse game between Syracuse and

Colorize a Black and White Photo in Photoshop

Take a ‘boring’ black and white photo, and give it some color in Photoshop! This tutorial covers selection methods, Adjustment Layers, and Layer Masks, all of which will help you

Featured Photo by Amanda Hughes

Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community. This photograph was taken in a forest near my home in essex.I always wanted to shoot a

Rebecca Britt | Photographer of the Week

Rebecca Britt embodies almost everything that could fall under the designation “commercial photographer.” She’s one of the big names in EDM concert photography, she excels in studio headshot portraiture, tackles

Remembering Your Worth

One of the toughest things to learn in the photography industry is to learn how to value yourself. Going through art and photography school it was practically blasphemous to even

Featured Photo by Marco Calandra

Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community. This picture was taken in the Valle del Bove in Sicily, Italy. On October 26th, 2013, the

Change Eye Color in Photoshop in 1 Minute

In a hurry? We’ve got you covered. In 1 minute, learn how to change eye color in Photoshop using a basic selection, masking, and Adjustment Layers. Disclaimer: This is just

Cinematic Video Composition in Photoshop

In this Photoshop tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a cinematic video composition using a few video clips, blending modes, and Adjustment Layers! Disclaimer: This is just

Michael Woloszynowicz | Photographer of the Week

Michael Woloszynowicz, like many of the other talented photographers out there, started with humble beginnings, honing his craft and developing a personal style. Portraiture started out with basic tools like

Featured Photo by Mark Bridger

Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community. This photo was taken in Kenya, at the Masai Mara, in September 2013. I used my Canon

Featured Photo by Jano Boscher

“Escape. Taken in a cornfield in the northernmost region of the Philippines, in a hot summer afternoon.” To see more of Jano’s work, follow him on or WordPress. If you