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Teaching Photographic Style


I’ve been thinking about photography and personal style and the different ways to teach it. I’m trying to help, share and guide people along their way in finding their unique photographic style. Seeing if I can find that quick fix, that beaten path someone else has already made for us. ...

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How to Shoot Photos of Flying Food


Want to learn how to create a “flying food” photo without actually making food travel through the air? Food photographer Skyler Burt of We Eat Together made this 5.5-minute tutorial on one way to freeze time and space. Levitating food is often seen in advertisements, allowing the viewer to see ...

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This Guy Made a Real ‘Potato Camera’


When low-quality photos or videos are posted online, people often say that they were shot with a “potato camera.” But if you actually want to shoot photos with a literal potato camera, how would you go about doing so? The production studio Corridor Crew‘s creative director Niko recently decided he ...

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Did You Know That a Reflector Can Do This?


Did you know that you can bend your reflector to change the quality of the light on your subject? Held in the concave position, the light becomes more concentrated – this option results in a very sculptured look, giving the image an editorial feel. Held in the convex position — ...

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