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Portrait photography master Gregory Heisler says photographers should "cough it up" before they die, and share their creative process with others who want to learn from them. In this video he explains how he made one ...
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Philippe Echaroux went out into the streets with a Hasselblad and an Elinchrom Ranger Quadra setup and took some great street portraits. More of Philippe's work can be seen at www.pays-imaginaire.fr
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This is a wonderful look back at photos that were taken in the same location and then being recreated with the same location, props and sometimes wardrobe pieces. Photos by Irina Werning. See more at her website
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Heres another great video of the portrait work by Brian Smith. Check out his book Secrets of Great Portrait Photography: Photographs of the Famous and Infamous (Voices That Matter) the book 30+ years in the making...
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This is the full edit version of Jeff Johnson, who has a dream job as a Patagonia staff photographer. He gives his tips for outstanding travel and photojournalistic images.
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An interesting video that shows some great portrait images of model Imogen. Though there aren't any tips other than camera settings, it gives you a good idea what you can accomplish with a Nifty Fifty lens. See mor...
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Joey Lawrence has been an inspiration to many and shares his insight on what he looks for in working with people and getting an emotional connection with the viewer. His composition secret is creating a good balance a...
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This is a good behind the scenes look at shooting with Kid Rock.
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The Silver and Light project was created with the same spirit that America was founded on. Their intentions are to connect everyone in America through the lens of this one of a kind wet plate camera and social network...
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This is an interesting twist on the "Nifty Fifty"