Articles tagged "inspiration"

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Video: Four common composition mistakes and what to do instead

Correct these four common composition mistakes and your photos will be more balanced, tell a better story, and lead your viewer's eye where you want it to go.

Photographing Jennifer Lawrence: A photographer's dream come true

Photographer Clay Cook tells the story of his most ambitious photographic dream and career goal coming true: photographing A-list actress Jennifer Lawrence.

These are the winners of the 2017 EyeEm Awards, the world's largest photo competition

A month and a half after revealing the finalists of the 2017 EyeEm Awards, the photo sharing community and licensing marketplace has finally revealed the winners.

Behind the scenes with Albert Watson: Watch a photographic legend shape light

Watch legendary photographer Albert Watson at work, shaping the light as he sets about capturing three unique portraits of ballet dancer Sergei Polunin.

Capturing the same sunset, 2 years apart

An interesting example of how time, taste, and technique can lead to two photos of the exact same location that look totally different from one another.

Behind the scenes: Mountain bike self-portrait under the Milky Way

As his time in New Zealand winds down, photographer Sarnim Dean wanted to capture something special: a mountain biking self-portrait under the Milky Way. Here's how he did it.

Photographer transforms disabled kids into Justice League heroes for touching photo project

Photographer Josh Rossi recently embarked on an incredibly touching portrait project: turn a group of disabled and sick children into the Justice League superheroes, and surprise them with the results.

Photo story of the week: Hyena at Night

Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas tells the story behind this night portrait of a lone hyena in front of a backdrop of stars in a remote National Park in the west of Zambia.

Humans of New York is turning into a TV series on Facebook, debuts next week

Humans of New York creator Brandon Stanton has filmed over 1,200 interviews over the past four years, and he's turning those interviews into a HONY TV series that debuts on Facebook next week.

How the viral 'climber eclipse' photos were shot

Photographers Andrew Studer and Ted Hesser captured some of the most iconic images of this week's eclipse, showing a climber standing in the middle of the glowing corona. This is the story behind those images.

Video: Six lighting tips for flash photography newbies

In these videos, talented photographer and filmmaker Daniel DeArco breaks down several tips that will help flash photography newbies start experimenting with artificial light.

Shooting 101MP black-and-white photos with the Phase One XF IQ3 Achromatic

Photographer Rick Wenner recently captured an odd event called the Race of the Gentlemen with a rather odd camera: The Phase One XF IQ3 Achromatic, the world's only 101MP black-and-white digital back.

Photo story of the week: Drone portraits bring healing and awareness after wildfire

Award-winning photographer Jeremy Cowart tells the moving story behind this drone photograph, captured in the aftermath of the devastating wildfire in Gatlinburg, TN in 2016.

Video: Four top-notch portrait photographers shoot the same model

Joey L, Dani Diamond, Brandon Woelfel and Jessica Kobeissi go head-to-head in an episode of "4 photographers shoot the same model."

This iconic still life photo was shot at f/240... for 6 hours!

Edward Weston was one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, and in this episode of Advancing Your Photography we learn the extreme technique he used to capture one of his most famous still life photos.

Inspiration: All the reasons why you shouldn't be a photographer

If you've ever felt down, defeated, unmotivated, uncertain and unsure whether you should go on being a photographer, then this video is for you. In other words: this video is for all of us.

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