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Portraits of Rare Identical Quadruplets


Here’s a photo shoot you don’t see everyday: identical quadruplets. It’s estimated that there are only around 70 sets on Earth, and photographer Cassandra Jones of Noelle Mirabella Photography recently did a photo shoot with one of them. Jones was the same photographer who was hired to shoot portraits of ...

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Shooting College Football on 35mm Film


I’m sitting in the end zone and Tennessee’s quarterback is ready to throw for a touchdown against Missouri. There are only three frames left on my roll of film and I think to myself, “That’s more than enough.” I could never understand that pressure older photojournalists told me about when ...

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6 Simple Tips for Getting Started in Sports Photography


Sports photography is both challenging and rewarding. It requires practice, the right equipment, and a dash of luck. There wasn’t a lot of literature available on the discipline when I was starting out, so I resorted to learning from the professionals at work around me (I was an athlete), adopted ...

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The Best Photo I’ve Ever Taken Was a JPEG


Alright, I don’t know if it’s the best photo I’ve ever taken, but it’s one of my favorites and it’s been the most popular photo I’ve posted recently on Facebook and Instagram. It’s a pretty standard belief in photography that if you’re a serious photographer, you have to shoot RAW. ...

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The Winning Photos of the 2018 Nat Geo Photo Contest


National Geographic just announced the winners of the prestigious 2018 National Geographic Photo Contest. Photographer Jassen Todorov stood out from nearly 10,000 entries and was honored with the top prize for his photo “Unreal,” which shows thousands of recalled cars sitting in a desert. The photograph was also the 1st ...

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