Shane Cooke

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Scene Exercises

You will use a lot of different types of scenes to accomplish very specific parts of your overall story. Sometimes the main purpose of a particular …

Get Ready for the Holidays with this Tutorial on How to Photograph Christmas Lights

In honor of the holiday season, Jay P. Morgan of <i>The Slanted Lens</i> decided it would be a wonderful idea to show the world how to photograph Christmas …

Compositing Techniques - Live Presentation at Adobe Headquarters for The Creative Cloud User Group

Cinematic Photos Influenced by Traditional Chinese Aesthetics Explore Fictitious Memories

Youjia Qu (BFA 2015) is a Chinese photographer and a senior in Photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. With a background in cinematography …

Fuji X100s for Street Photography (by Tranquillin Stephane - France) - INSPIRED EYE

[This is a reader submitted article, the opinions contained therein might not reflect Inspired Eye's views]<p>I started looking for a camera for street …

Hans – A German Photographer shows us why his models are the most beautiful in the world

Hans is from Germany, a very ambitious and artistic photographer who relies totally on natural light with exquisite models. This portfolio is …

Photography

Spiegelstadt: Bruges

Belgium

A Beginner's Guide to Dynamic Range (Plus Useful HDR Photography Tips)

If you have created even one photo with a digital camera you are already aware that what you see is almost never what you get. This is due to several …

How to Use LAB Color in Photoshop to Add Punch to Your Images

Have you ever wished you could stretch out the color palette of your picture? Or that you could separate colors that looked too flat or close …

'Serial': the new podcast that's already a cult phenomenon

Never has a podcast collected a loyal cult following in such a short amount of time like <i>Serial</i>.<p>The nonfiction series, which unravels a story …

Grids for Mac: a Better Desktop Instagram Experience

Instagram may be among the most widely adopted imaging social networks, but there’s a limitation to the app’s presentation, especially if you often move back and forth between mobile devices and a desktop or laptop computer.<p>Sure, Instagram itself offers a more or less serviceable desktop …

Searching an Identity

The 10 Lightroom Tools That Are A Landscape Photographer's Dream

As we know, Lightroom has become a very powerful tool not only for image management but also for post production. Amongst the tools available are …

10 Free Must-Read Street Photography eBooks

<b>Image Copyright Michael Ernest Sweet Courtesy of Brooklyn Arts Press</b><p>Photography books are expensive, really expensive. I've collected dozens and dozens over the years and I kind of feel as though I have tied up a lot of money in books. It's not a bad thing, but I do wonder about the end result. …

Street Photography

Point of View: Japanese Street Photography - Photographs and text by Yusuke Sakai | LensCulture

These photographs were taken on the street.<p>In this series, I regard an impending spectacle as an aggregate of figures.<p>When I have found my place, I wait for the moment when each figure will harmonize beautifully.<p>—Yusuke Sakai

Street Photography

Video: A CGI Artist’s Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Composition

The basic rules of composition apply to almost every visual art there is, be it photography, painting or graphic design. Whether it’s the rule of …

Moving Beyond Auto Mode: Which Exposure Mode Should You Choose?

A newcomer to photography is often daunted by the different exposure modes a camera may offer. In fact, there are only four, real exposure modes and …

10 Tips to Help You Grow as an Artist in Photography

Over the past few days, I’ve thought about what’s helped me become a better photographer over the years. It’s a constant journey, and developing as …

The Top 10 Things Photographers Wish They Learned in Photo School

Hindsight is always 20/20 – which is why if you’re a photography student or about to launch your photo business, you should turn to those who have …

Chris Hadfield Explains How Zero Gravity Makes it Possible to Take Sharp, Hand-Held Long Exposures

Have you ever noticed how, in every photo of an astronaut using camera gear in the International Space Station, there’s pretty much never a tripod or …

Travel Lens: Amy Toensing’s World

<b>Amy Toensing</b>, an American photojournalist committed to telling stories with sensitivity and depth, is known for her intimate essays about the lives of ordinary people. A regular contributor to <i>National Geographic</i> and <i>National Geographic Traveler</i> magazines for years, her work has been exhibited …

These 6 Essential Composition Skills Can Turn You Into a Really Good Photographer

Composition isn't just about knowing where to place elements in a frame. It isn't just about finding lines that lead to your subjects, or identifying …

Joel Meyerowitz on Visual Storytelling

Street Photography

Lauren Marsolier: Transition

The constructed photographs of <b>Lauren Marsolier</b> seem to be every where these days and with the launch of her new book, <i>Transition</i>, published by Kerber …

Pauline Gola: In the Deep

<i>Mirror in the Sky</i><p>Photographer and artist, <b>Pauline Gola</b> has created a deeply considered body of work, <i>In the Deep</i>, where she uses the visual language of …