Tutorials

The Ultimate Lomo Photography Effect Tutorial – Lomography Photoshop Video Tutorial

Lomo Photography or Lomography has gained quite the cult following in recent years. And it’s no wonder. These little Lo-Fi cameras, such as the Lomo LC-A, produce some really cool and compelling images. Aside from the Lo-Fi look of the Lomo, the other main feature […]

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Stupid Photoshop Tricks #3: Faux Reflections – Pt 1

There’s something very compelling about photos that capture reflections. These reflections can come from puddles on the ground but they’re not limited to wet environments. In fact any shiny surface can reflect its surroundings. If you’re not lucky enough to encounter a reflection worthy of […]

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Tips for Replicating Outer Space Shots

Are you hankering for an interesting subject for your next photo adventure? How about something light years away? Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner read Stephen Hawking’s popular treatise on recent advances in theoretical physics, The Universe in a Nutshell, and felt challenged to find universal truths—as […]

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How to use Auto Print with a Multi Opening Border

This video will show you how to create and use Auto Print with a multi opening border. Create the border for the size print you want to use and insert as many photo openings as you want. Each opening should be numbered with a different […]

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High Speed Powder Photography Tutorial

Materials: Two packages of holi powder from Amazon.com 2x 10lb packs of the cheapest flour. I purchased these at my local grocery store, but you could get them from Amazon.com as well. Plastic Ziploc bags Dust Pan 1 Einstein E640 Strobe with a beauty dish […]

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Long Exposure Photography: Two Techniques for the Winter Months

Long Exposure Photography can give some very beautiful results. In the northern hemisphere the longer nights are drawing in now. This means shorter hours of daylight and longer periods of low or even no light. This makes me rub my hands in glee. There’s something […]

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Photography Workflow: Getting it Right

Do you have a photography workflow? Do you know what a photography workflow is? If you don’t – your not alone. There’s a lovely scene in the movie, The Graduate. The hero, Benjamin Braddock, has been cornered by a friend of his father, Mr McGuire. […]

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Car Photography Tutorials

In this fast tip I take you into a new domain for CarPhotoTutorials … video. That’s right, in this article I am not showing you every single step to go from start to finish over multiple images and lots of text … instead I show […]

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Why Being a Photographer Is (Probably) the Best Job in the World

I’m a photographer because my life is filled with hot models all day, every day, right? No, but really, photography, as a career, should not be taken for granted. Let’s be honest, we’re hardly saving lives here, and we should be very grateful that we […]

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Dynamic Landscape Editing Lightroom Workflow

Lightroom allows us to breathe new life into photos normally reserved for the trash bin. This video will show you the Lightroom workflow behind taking a dull and dark image to dynamic and vibrant. Learn how to push your landscape photos to the limit, then […]

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Selfie: Narcissism or Marketing Tool for Your Photography Business?

Some people use social media platforms as their emotional outlet, some for vanity purposes. I use social media to brand my photography business. This approach may not fit every photography niche, but I would like to explain how it fits mine, and I am sure […]

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How to Photograph Wine Bottles on White Background

You can produce professional-looking product photos without having to hire a professional photographer. By following simple instructions from online video tutorials, you can create rich product images for very little cost. Here is a list of online video tutorials for product photography. There are general […]

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How-To: Create Surreal Milk Bath Photography

Dive into one this popular photographic technique. Preparing the Bath There are a few common questions I get about this type of shoot: “How do you make it look like that? Is it real milk? How much?” I have only ever used real milk. Usually […]

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Hands On With Your DSLR: Best Camera Tips For The Amateur Photographer

kay, this is a kind of a personal project. I just graduated from a basic entry level DSLR to an intermediate DSLR. Something, that’s right on the cusp between amateurs and professionals (the very powerful Canon 7D). Even as I heft the camera in my […]

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How to photograph frost

Winter is not many people’s favourite season, but even so, it does have some advantages for an outdoor photographer. The light is low throughout the day, which is great for texture and shape in landscape photography. And if you like the idea of photographing at […]

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How to Photograph Cats

Cats can be mysterious, but with the right knowledge, you can get great pictures! Seth shows how to find a unique moment of expression when photographing cats. Other topics include how to take positive pictures of cats in kennels, working in a foster home setting, […]

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Tips For Shooting the Best Slow-Motion Video

Classic films like Reservoir Dogs, Top Gun and Wayne’s World employ slow-motion for emotional impact. Now that Casio, Samsung, JVC, LG and Ricoh cameras and phones tout slow-mo, amateurs can wield this same mighty power: First, How Slow Motion Actually Works Understanding the basic principle […]

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Stupid Photoshop tricks #2 – Fold a Photo

I love the texture of old heritage photos, particularly those that have been kicking around for some years and which have managed to accumulate folds and crinkles. While it can take many years for a printed photo to develop this sort of quality, luckily Photoshop […]

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Interviews

Martin Lawrence

After many years as a keen amateur photographer, I decided to start a small landscape photography business called Lakescenes which I ran alongside my main job as an IT Manager. As business increased, I found myself working long, but rewarding, hours just to keep up […]

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Rob Sheppard

Rob Sheppard is a naturalist, nature photographer and videographer who says his favorite location is the one he is in at any time. He is the author/photographer of over 40 books, as well as a well-known speaker and workshop leader, and a Fellow with the […]

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Gary Hart

Gary Hart has photographed California’s natural beauty for over 30 years. Gary’s photos and writing have appeared in many publications, most recently Outdoor Photographer and Sierra Heritage magazines. You’ll also find his images in greeting cards, postcards, calendars, and many galleries and private collections throughout the world.

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Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz

Originally from Poland, based in London UK, Jaroslav has background in Fine Arts, degree in Architecture, and wide array of experience. Being an Architect taught him how to be resourceful and to solve complex problems with simple, yet innovative solutions. Constant passion for graphic & […]

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What's Hot

Long exposures of the night sky

Next time you’re in the countryside at night do yourself a favour: look up. If it’s clear and conditions are right you’ll see a seemingly infinite number of stars twinkling like diamonds on a sheet of black velvet. As a visual pleasure it’s hard to […]

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Dealing with Contrast

Contrast is usually at its highest when a scene is backlit. In this image there wasn’t much that could be done to lighten the shadows. I exposed so that the highlights weren’t too badly burnt out and didn’t worry too much about the shadows. Contrast […]

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Black and White Portraits : Weekend Assignment

Colour can be distracting. Stripped of colour an image is entirely about the subject (unless of course the entire point of the subject is its colour…). This is particularly true of portraiture. Black and white arguably conveys the inner soul of the subject more powerfully […]

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