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moody cinematic photos by masashi wakui explore tokyo's luminous landscape by night

jan 12, 2018<p>in a series of uncanny tree-men-like hybrids, the artist maps an imaginative trail through the woods narrating the absorption of human …

5 Unspoken Rules of Photography Every Beginning Photographer Should Know

Even though photography is a creative exercise, and, ultimately, you should decide what your photographs look like, there are an awful lot of rules …

Landscape Photography

How to Capture Portraits That Are More Than Just Snapshots

It seems some photographers have a natural inclination for portraiture; nearly everything they do has all the elements of a great portrait and they …

Dissecting a Photograph: The Split Rock

While photographing famous landmarks and photo spots is usually a safe way to obtain a beautiful photograph, being able to scout and find own subject …

Landscape Photography

The Ultimate Guide To Object Removal In Photoshop [Part 2] | The Clone Stamp Tool & So Much More!

Whatever it may be, being able to remove objects in Photoshop is an essential skill for every photographer. In part 1, I covered what I call the …

Rain Photography Essentials

“What if it rains?” This is a question that every professional and amateur photographer will hear eventually. We’re living in a golden age of …

Non-Destructive Photo Editing in 60 Seconds

Non-destructive photo editing is a powerful technique that lets you preserve your image's original data while still modifying it. You can even and go …

Tutorials

How to Take Good Photos at a ‘Bad’ Time of Day

What do you do when you find a good location to photograph, but the time of day isn’t right due to strong sunlight and harsh shadows? That’s the …

Photography

Humanistic Photography

Berkeley, 2014Dear friend,I wanted to write you this letter on some of my thoughts on “humanistic photography” — how this might be a better …

Street Photography

Start Making Photographs to Become a Better Photographer

Photography

How to Use a Wide Angle Lens for Outdoor Portraits

When it comes to portrait photography, wide angle lenses aren’t the natural choice. Longer, faster lenses are preferred by portrait photographers for …

Getting Started with Layer Masks in Photoshop – a Beginners Tutorial

Much of the power of Photoshop comes from its use of layers, which can best be thought of as transparency over your image. Layers have lots of …

Tutorials

A Night in the Life of Edo Zollo, Nighttime Street Photographer

<b>Edo Zollo</b> is far from the only street photographer in London. The bustling city is packed full of them. But while 99% of these photographers spend …

Street Photography

Catalan Spirit: Street photography that reveals the warmth of Barcelona

Spain

My Ultimate List of Photography Videos to Learn From

My name is Chris McCann, and I’m a photographer based in San Francisco. In this post, I’m sharing a list of photography videos I’ve found that have …

Tutorials

How to Use the Histogram in Photoshop

The post How to Use the Histogram in Photoshop appeared first on Phlearn.How to Use the Histogram in PhotoshopThe histogram is a graph that displays …

Tutorials

7 Thoughts About Always Being Prepared as a Photographer

You never know when a good photo opportunity will present itself to you. Always be prepared.<p>I’m a Boy Scout (Eagle Scout), and “always be prepared” …

Street Photography

10 Tips for Photographing Great Headshots

Photographing a headshot can seem like a daunting prospect. To have one person in front of your camera, looking to you for direction and positivity, …

Think 10 stops of ND is a lot? How about 17 hour exposures with Lee Filters' new 15 stop Super Stopper

Announced today via Lee Filters UK distributor, Linhof Studio, a new member joins the Stopper family, adding to the 10 stop Big Stopper and 6 stop …

Here’s a Trick for Removing Noise in Photoshop While Keeping Details

Want to remove noise in a high ISO photo while preserving the details and textures in your shot? Here’s a simple photography and Photoshop technique …

How a Flash Helps to Create Sharper Images

Allow me to let you in on a secret that so many very experienced photographers have known for years and have come to embrace: a flash in the right …

How to Get Better Landscape Photos Through Correct Metering

Here's a test for you-<p>What do you believe would be the most difficult photographic situation, (in general), to get a proper meter reading from your …

What is the Best Gear for Street Photography?

When you make your living from photography, you are always asked gear related questions. And now, I want to answer one particular gear related …

How to Pack Light for Travel Photography

While anyone can be a travel photographer with a little practice and some investment in equipment and study, the truly professional travel …

3 Reasons to Add a Prime Lens to Your Bag

A Prime Lens in the Bag<p>There are so many options when it comes to lens choice these days. Kit lenses, telephoto, fast, budget, manual focus, art, …

Tilt-shift

4 Simple Strategies to Awaken Your Photographic Creativity

The nature of creativity is often at the center of heated debates. There are some who imagine that creativity is most often a spontaneous reaction to …

Film Street Photography Manual

Dear aspiring filmtogs,I want to share my newest creation with you: “<i>Film Street Photography Manual</i>.” Print it out on standard printer paper, fold it …

Street Photography

How to Achieve Three Portrait Styles With One Flash

So you’ve got a speedlite. Now what? A lot of photographers only use their flashes in one particular way, switching to different lighting rigs for …

Shutter Speed

Shadows vs. Blacks | What’s The Difference & When To Use Which?

You know what photographers love? To be told they’re doing something wrong; to have the potholes in their knowledge-base pointed out, and to have it …

Tutorials