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Composition can make or break a photograph. Here’s a 7-minute video by photographer Peter McKinnon in which he runs through three tips to help you improve the composition of your photographs.McKinnon shares his tips with a focus on outdoor portraits, demonstrating how he would use architecture and other environmental elements to compose his images.Tip #1: Look for Environmental ElementsThe
Fstoppers Alex Cooke has written a very helpful article about "15 Little Things You Should Carry in Your Camera Bag." We certainly think about the photography gear we should be carrying, cameras, lenses, filters, tripods, etc. But we don't often think about the non-photography gear that can prove to be the difference between making a great shot or not, or gear that can save your bacon in the
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Photo apps for travelersPhotographers take great care in choosing the right gear for a trip. Why not make sure your smartphone is well equipped for photography too? After all, it's probably the camera you'll have with you in the event that your DSLR battery comes up short, or your shoulders need a break from the weight of your photo bag.While the stock camera app will serve most people just fine,
Players of the next version of PlayStation’s Gran Turismo Sport will be able to create professional looking photographs of their cars using a new feature that offers a surprising amount of ‘photographic’ control over the way the images turn out. For us mere photographic mortals, it might be the closest we'll ever get to shooting a $2.5 million car with a $50,000 camera...The Gran Turismo features
Whether you’ve been shooting for five minutes or five years, there will likely come a time when you’ll have to book a shoot with another person. Maybe it will be a friend or coworker and maybe it will be a full-time professional model.Whoever you’re contacting though, they’ll need to know some fundamental facts about what’s involved in your shoot before they agree to
This image was shot in Myvatn, northern Iceland. I’d been shooting there for several years now, but this was the most magical I had ever seen it. The entire area was covered with fluffy frost and snow, created by a combination of fresh snow, high humidity and low temperatures.The highlight was the snow-laden trees. After shooting a blazing red sunset with my northern Iceland workshop group, the c
Though copyright is automatically granted to creators for their created works in the United States, the option remains to officially (and voluntarily) register those copyrights with the U.S. Copyright Office. As detailed on Copyright.gov, this registration bestows certain benefits and may, in certain circumstances, be necessary: "Before an infringement suit may be filed in court, registration is
At the end of the Tsauchab Dune Valley in Namibia is the famous Deadvlei, which was cut off from Sossusvlei—and any water source—by a low dune an estimated 700-800 years ago.The lack of water, the arid climate and the hard wood of the Namibian Camel Thorn tree have kept the trees of Deadvlei from decomposing. The result is a collection of ghostly trees rising from a cracked white clay surface. Th
Legendary photo editor John G. Morris died today in Paris. He was 100. Morris was a titan in the world of photojournalism, serving as photo editor for LIFE, The New York Times, National Geographic, and Magnum. Photographers he worked closely with include Robert Capa and W. Eugene Smith.Morris was born in Maple Shade, New Jersey, on December 7, 1916. As the London Picture Editor of Life magazine d


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