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Even Ansel Adams Had to Advertise His Photo Business

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Every legendary photographer had to start somewhere. Before Ansel Adams became a household name in the photo industry, he was working hard at improving his skills and growing his business like any photographer early in their career. Writer Avital Andrews found an advertisement placed by Adams in a 1929 issue ...

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Photobucket Just Broke Billions of Photos Across the Web

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Since 2003, the popular photo hosting service Photobucket has been letting users upload and host images for free on their servers. They have over 10 billion images stored by 100 million registered users. But now they’re going to start charging, and that means billions of images around the Web are ...

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How to Stop Lens Creep for Free Using a Rubber Band

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“Lens creep” is that really annoying thing in which your lens slips and zooms itself out of position. It happens on all sorts of zoom lenses that have an externally moving part rather than an internal one. In this quick 2-minute tip by Dr Jake, an ordinary rubber band is ...

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How to Photograph Glassware on a Pure White Background

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Glassware makes for beautifully contrasting shapes on a white background. Taken under studio lighting, this high-key style of photography looks really impressive. If you’re into product photography, then this 8-minute tutorial by photographer Dustin Dolby of workphlo is one you will want to watch. By positioning a strip light box directly behind the ...

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