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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Workshop – Flash Bouncing, Even Via Colored Surfaces

INTRODUCTION | Photographers use flash bouncing as a simple, versatile option for achieving a soft, directional light from an on-camera flashgun. But imagine taking the concept of flash bouncing a step farther. Imagine what would happen if there were no
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Photographing Buildings: A Brief Guide

Most of us know the advantages of planning for an important shoot. But “how” we prepare is just as important. This is especially true for subjects that are new to us. Architectural photography is an example of a specialized subject
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Astrophotography – A Photographic Tour of The Universe

In his book, Astrophotography, author and world-renowned astrophotographer Thierry Legault teaches the art and techniques of astrophotography: from simple camera-on-tripod night-scene imaging of constellations, star trails, eclipses, artificial satellites, and polar auroras to more intensive astrophotography using specialized equipment for
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Hard Work & Great Marketing Sell Photographs

The human brain is divided into two equal hemispheres. While alike in appearance, shape, and size, these two halves have far more differences than similarities. The left side is often referred to as the rational side, being more analytical, thought
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