Moshe Golan

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Coin, the universal credit card, finally ships

When Coin debuted two years ago, it promised to streamline your wallet by putting all of your credit cards, debit cards and gift cards on a single …

Headshot Photography Techniques

Peter Hurley believes he has the coolest job you could ever have. He arrived at his headshot photography career through trial and error. Just like …

6 Ways to Reduce Blown Out Highlights in Your Outdoor Photography

Shooting outdoors means dealing with challenging and changing lighting conditions which can sometimes lead to blown out highlights in your images. …

5 Tips for Staying Infatuated With Photography

It takes a lot to hold my interest. Scratch that—it takes a lot to get my interest, then hold it, and finally (and especially) to keep it. This makes …

Headshot Portrait Lighting on a Budget

Chances are, no matter what your specialty is, you’ve been asked to photograph headshots. Professionals from many industries use these images to …

Useful Photography Tip #62: Remember to Take Advantage of the Warmer Times

As I am writing this this, the New York area is dealing with another heat wave. Shooting in the middle of the day is down right insane at the moment. …

Using Complementary Colors to Make Your Photos Pop

Opposites attract. That’s what they say. Typically this saying refers to people. The quiet shy girl likes the talkative outgoing boy, the short man …

Elements That Make a Striking Photograph

What does it take to create a really stunning image? There are six basic elements and certain factors that influence composition and make a really …

87 Photography Articles and Images To Put a Smile On Your Face

The internet is home to a terrific group of artists and bloggers creating great content on a regular basis. Toad Hollow Photography has been …

Review: Leica M Monochrom is Not Quite a Black and White Decision

“Monochrome is the new color” The world was introduced to color photography when Kodak introduced the revolutionary Kodachrome film in 1935. But fast …

Review: Canon 28mm f2.8 IS (Canon EF)

Canon’s 28mm f2.8 IS is one of the company’s latest additions into the wide angle image stabilized market. Like the 35mm f2 IS that we also …

Photographing with Limitations

As part of my photography workshops, I like to start off with a jarring but hopefully inspiring exercise. Because I know from personal experience how …

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DISCUSS: When you Photograph People in Black and White, you Photograph their Souls

Canadian photojournalist – Ted Grant – is quoted as saying: “When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you …

Beware the Coming War Against Personal Photography and Video

Are you ready for the imagery war — the war against personal photography and capturing of video? You’d better be.<p>The title of this piece actually …

Interesting Photo of the Day: Water Droplet Umbrella Effect

An endless fascination among many photographers is the pursuit of that elusive perfect water droplet shot. With liquids being so fickle and a drop …

Adorama's Flashpoint 180 Monolight Is Cheaper Than Some Speedlites and Has More Power

For those moments where you need something more powerful than a speedlight but without carrying a massive unit, a small monolight can usually do the …

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Win over $30,000 in awards with EXPOSURE 2013

May 10, 2013 /Photography News/ Photographers, you’re invited to join EXPOSURE. See.Me presents the 4th annual international photography competition …

To ‘Shop or Not? The Hard Part of Being a Good Photographer

Pictures like this drive me nuts. I call it <i>Meanwhile, Back at the Supreme Court</i>. It captures the boisterous scene outside that building as right and …

Modern Motorcycle Diaries: Man Captures His 500-Day Trip Across the Americas

If you feel feelings of wanderlust and jealousy easily, you might want to stay away from the story of Alex Chacon. He’s a guy who recently completed …

How to Photograph a Volcano

There aren’t many things that Nature can cook up that will deter the determination and daring of human beings, but volcanoes certainly come close. …

Photographs of the Sky, Captured Across New York City at the Same Moment

When people living in the same city look up into the sky, they likely see the same clouds and colors, albeit from slightly different perspectives. …

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The Best Travel Books of Spring

Though it might not be quite time to hang up your winter coat for good, a bushel of books have sprouted to inspire a bout of warm-weather wanderlust.<p>There’s something here for fans of every genre: memoir, fiction, adventure, natural history, history, even poetry. But what binds each of these books …

Fuji May Announce Entry-Level X-Series Mirrorless Camera with Tiny 2/3 Sensor

<b>Update</b>: It seems that this rumor was off base. The latest word is that there is indeed a 2/3 sensor coming, but it will appear in a new XS2 fixed …

Data Shows Confidence in Apple is Actually Returning. Can It Make a Difference?

Strange though it may sound, the public at large, and the commentariat, is beginning to take a more sober view of Apple‘s future. As counter-intuitive as it may seem, confidence is returning. And many of the emotions surrounding Apple are turning positive, even as the critics sharpen their knives …

Sir Norman Parkinson, fashion photographer, celebrated in Google doodle

Modern fame is a birthday lottery. If you were born a hundred years ago, and did anything, Google might celebrate you on its search page. It's a …

Taking The Next Step In Your Photography

Besides deciding which camera or lens to buy, the other most often question I get asked is how one can take the next step in their photography career.<p>…

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Learning to See, Final

Make Photographs for Yourself, Critics are Critics for a Reason Over the past ten installments from the Learning to See series (linked to below), I …