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NIKON’S BEST CAMERA YET? // NIKON Z6 FULL REVIEW

I just rented a Z6 from Lensrentals.com and I am super impressed with the overall quality, but the autofocus speed is unlike anything I have ever used from the D850 to the D500. Also using the adapter for my DX lenses, the autofocus and sharpness has been fantastic. (Visited 8 times, 2 visits today)

How to Become a Social Influencer

http://thepathtoprofitability.com/insider So often we struggle sticking out in a sea competition, or question how to be seen in the midst of an avalanche of advertisements. I get it. But it’s perspective I refuse to dwell on. I might not be more talented than my competition, I might not be able to spend thousands on ads…but […]

How I decide if a photo should be color or black and white

🎨 PRESETS MADE FOR THIS EPISODE All post processing in this video was done with my simple Classic Chrome and Across LR adjustment presets. I’m selling them for a couple bucks here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/698635017/fuji-street-looks-includes-2-presets 🛒 Special thanks to http://PhotoSavings.com. They are offering a 10% discount on your cart by using our coupon code: “Denae_Andrew” at checkout. […]

People Say Your Work is Terrible? Good. Now go run a business.

So often we become consumed with what people think of what we make/create/produce, as if their opinions will be the thing that will predict our success. Let me break it to you: what industry peers think of your work DOESN’T matter. At all. My advice is simple: create work you’re proud of, connect with customers […]

Paris Through Pentax

Maison Carnot created an imaginative video using a Pentax 67 Viewfinder as the viewpoint. Beautifully edited and we love the music by A. Taylor setting the mood for the video. (Visited 13 times, 2 visits today)

Photographing the Dead Forests of Patagonia

In 2011 a visitor to Torres Del Paine National Park started a devestating forest fire that changed the park forever. The native forest that was destroyed comprised of trees that grow slowly and reach maturity only after approximately 200 years. These trees make for an interesting subject to photograph, but tell a story of destruction […]

How to Create Formal Family and Wedding Party Portraits that Sell

Most wedding photographers despise group & family portraits, which is understandable – they are tough to light, it takes a couple minutes to pose them properly, and there is always that one blinker. Learn how to create stunning editorial bridal party portraits using the unstoppable Profoto OCF Beauty Dish. Article Link: http://www.slrlounge.com/editorial-bridal-party-portraits-profoto-ocf-beauty-dish/ For More of […]

America in Pictures: the Story of Life Magazine

Life magazine’s legendary photographers, who shot the big moments in American history – from the assassination of Robert F Kennedy to the Vietnam War. Next to National Geographic, Life Magazine was the source for wonderful photographs and this documentary shares the stories behind some of their iconic images. (Visited 15 times, 2 visits today)

Pro Commercial Photography Tips – Vincent Laforet

Interview with Vincent Laforet, a former New York Times photographer. He advises people to put the camera down, walk around, and ask themselves a series of questions, such as “What really is special about this place?” Learning about the history of a photo shoot location or finding the best time of day for shadows and […]
Under an Arctic Sky – Behind the Scenes
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Under an Arctic Sky – Behind the Scenes

Before Under An Arctic Sky was even an idea or a film it was a love affair with surfing in cold water. Over the last decade Chris Burkard (Director &) Ben Weiland (DP) traveled across the globe seeking out waves in some of the coldest and most remote conditions on the planet. Why would anyone […]
Episode 0058: Interview with Troy Paiva, Night PhotographerLost America – Interview with Troy PaivaLost America – Interview with Troy PaivaLost America – Interview with Troy Paiva
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Episode 0058: Interview with Troy Paiva, Night Photographer

Troy Paiva has explored the abandoned underbelly of America since the 1970s, wandering the deserted back roads of the American Southwest. In 1989 he decided to start taking photos of this wanderings and developed his own style of “Light Painting” against a full moon and abandoned homes and vehicles. In this video Troy talks about light […]
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