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Using Clipping Masks and Drop Shadows to Turn Any Portrait Into a Sculpturesque Image

Although they often get overlooked in the Photoshop workflow, clipping masks can make for some very interesting effects in images. A perfect example …

7 Beginner Tips For Sharper Photos

Scott Kelby, the author of many digital photography books says, <i>“If your photos aren’t sharp then the rest doesn’t matter.”</i> Key to any image is its …

Home Studio Essentials Episodes 1-10

If you’ve been watching my recent videos over on Adorama TV you’ll have noticed a pattern forming. Over the past months the majority of the videos …

How-to: Recognizing Good Light for Nature Photography

It is often said that light is the lifeblood of photography. What exactly does that mean? Aside from the obvious fact that without illumination there …

10 Mobile Photography Tips to Better Mobile Photos

Tip 01<p>Look for Leading Lines<p>With Pei Ketron<p>Pei's Advice:<p>When composing, look for lines (literal or figurative) that will provide a sense of movement …

Photographs That Reveal the Intricate Innards of Old Mechanical Calculators

Photographer Kevin Twomey has a fascination with capturing complex objects in the most simple of compositions, and his series <i>Low Tech</i> is the epitome …

A Quirky Portrait Series that Features ‘Elderly Kids’

Los Angeles-based photographer Zachary Scott of Sharpe & Associates was recently commissioned by <i>New York Times Magazine</i> to shoot a quirky series of …

Midden City: Photographs ‘Printed’ Directly Onto Abandoned Concrete Slabs

More often than not, photographs are displayed on high-quality photographic paper, but that hasn’t stopped people from experimenting with …

Penumbrae — Modern Dutch Surreal Photography - Photographs by, and interview with Juul Kraijer | LensCulture

<i>The visual artist Juul Kraijer began her career in drawing, then expanded into sculpture, and for the past two years has focused on photography as her medium. She was one of the international photographers who participated in LensCulture FotoFest Paris 2013. We had the opportunity to meet in person</i> …