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15 Salad Recipes For People Who Hate Lettuce

Lettuce is not an essential part of a great salad. Here's all the proof you need.<p>Some folks just don't like lettuce. We get it. Sometimes leafy greens are wilty and wrong, and taste bland in comparison to all the good stuff also found in a salad bowl. In those cases, lettuce is just an annoying …

20 Make-Ahead Camping Recipes for Easy Meal Planning

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29 Interesting Vintage Photographs of Photographers Posing with Their Cameras from the 19th Century

There is something very immediate and wonderful to see actual images that show the pride and affection of photographers from many eras as they pose …

In the Future, We Will Photograph Everything and Look at Nothing

“Today everything exists to end in a photograph,” Susan Sontag wrote in her seminal 1977 book “On Photography.” This was something I thought about when I recently read that Google was making its one-hundred-and-forty-nine-dollar photo-editing suite, the Google Nik Collection, free. This …

Lightroom’s Hidden HDR Advantage

In my online class released yesterday on how to use the now free Nik Collection of plug-ins, when I got to covering Nik’s HDR Efex Pro plug-in, I …

Pioneering 19th-Century Photographer Félix Nadar on Men, Women, and the Single Most Important Factor in Becoming a Commercially Successful Artist

“To seek honor before profit is the surest means of finding profit with honor.”<p>Gaspard-Félix Tournachon, better known as <b>Félix Nadar</b> (April 6, 1820–March 23, 1910), is best remembered as a trailblazing photographer. A champion of aeronautics, he became the first person to take an aerial photograph …

If I Were Starting My Photography Career Over Today, Here’s What I Would Tell Myself

Dear Friend,<p>Oh how life has changed in such a short number of years. When I started out in photography I was still shooting film and sending …

The Story of Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham and a Pot Plant

Imogen Cunningham<p>In 1975 I was in California and stopped to visit Ansel Adams in Carmel, but I was way too intimidated to get out a camera and ask …

Video: How to Use the Sun During Shoots at Sunrise, Noon, and Magic Hour

The sun can be a photographer’s best friend: it is a constant source of light that lasts all day and doesn’t require any power from your end to keep …

Refine Edge – Your Best Friend in Photoshop

Being able to create precise selections of objects, even if they have fuzzy edges is of major importance in Photoshop. You're not only going to need …

3 Ways to Manipulate Selected Colors in Photoshop

If you have a good understanding of composition and photographic techniques, you have many tools at your disposal for making your images stand out …

7 Things I Learned from My Portfolio Review

Last weekend I went to the small city of Ballarat in Australia for the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. I took a portfolio of prints of my most …

Shooting Artistic Interiors You Can Be Proud Of

In real estate photography, the goal is to portray the indoor locations in the most realistic yet welcoming way possible. For more artistic purposes, …

NYC, Leica M6 and a pocket full of Tri-X By Arda Ozum

Glitterbombs of Truth for Photographers

Here are some glitterbombs of truth about photography and being a photographer…<p>If the photo you are posting to Facebook is the very top of a …

Watch ‘Grab a Hunk of Lightning,’ A PBS Documentary About Dorothea Lange

If you can carve a couple of hours out of your day, you should watch the film “Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning.” It’s a 2-hour-long …

35 Photography Links to Blow Your Socks Off

With another terrific week behind us in the wide world of photography, Toad Hollow Photography has been searching all known corners of the internet …

Still Life Photography in 5 Steps

If you’ve been participating in the Light Stalking forums lately, you will have probably also been following the rise in popularity of Mila Pinchev’s …

Beautifully Vivid Portraits from the Early Days of Color Photography in 1913

Electrical engineer Mervyn O'Gorman captured these beautifully vibrant photos of his daughter Christina at Lulworth Cove in Dorset, England in 1913. The century-old photos depict Christina wearing vivid red clothes, the saturated hues standing out in sharp contrast to the muted tones of the …

How Your Camera Gets in the Way of Creating Great Photos

I am the kind of person who loves nothing more than to read a new camera manual back to front. When the Canon 5d MK3 came out the manual was over 200 …

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Lightroom 6 & CC – Everything you need to know

So, yesterday was the big day for everyone in the photography community. The new version of Lightroom was finally released. Pages leaked, serves …

The Eye of a Photographer

The world looks different to a photographer than it does to everyone else. Why can a photographer capture flat images and turn them into art? The eye …

Shooting Portraits with a Giant $10 Room Camera

Photography enthusiasts Diego Veríssimo and Ana Magalhães (seen in the portrait above) recently shot a series of portraits using a gigantic camera …

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Street Photography Documentary

In this three part video series, filmmaker, Chris Weeks, and a team of his friends explore the lives of a handful of street photographers in hopes to …

How To Build The Foundation For Your Photography Marketing Strategies In 5 Steps

Building photography marketing strategies for your photography business needs a solid foundation.<b>Today’s topic should be a welcome one for any</b> …

A Look Inside the World’s First Photo Book from 1843

Want to see what it’s like to flip through the first photo book that ever appeared in the world? The online show <i>Objectivity</i> recently paid a visit to …

Behind the Scenes of Elgin Park, a Retro City of Optical Illusions Photographed by Michael Paul Smith | Colossal

<p>Here at Colossal we’ve long been fans of photographer Michael Paul Smith whose broad life experiences lead him to the creation of Elgin Park, a …

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