Photography Everyday Superheroes on the Edge of a Skyscraper

Fantasy Photographer Extraordinaire Benjamin Von Wong illustrates how he created these stunning photographs from the top of a 45 story building. Every child has dreamed of being a superhero It’s a fantasy we’ve all had at some point. We imagine ourselves standing on the edge of a building, overlooking the city, hair blowing in the Read MoreRead More

We Now Know What the Future of Canon DSLR Video Will Be

Want to raise the ire of any online filmmaking forum – mention Canon DSLRs. Well, take a breath, and check out David Shapton’s rational take on the new still camera offerings from Canon that have video as an after thought. Canon has just announced two new members to the EOS 5D family: The 5DS and the Read MoreRead More

How to Compose Images with Leading Lines

PhotoVenture looks at leading lines in photography – how can you apply more leading lines in the composition of your shots? Whenever people talk about compositional aids the ‘rule of thirds’ is usually the first topic of conversation. It’s a useful and simple device that can go a considerable way to improving many photographs. ‘Leading Read MoreRead More

Digital Rev pits the Canon 5D MkIII against the 7D MkII

If you’re looking to buy a more advanced DSLR from Canon, you’d probably consider the EOS 7D Mark II or 5D Mark III. Although they’re different cameras, they both a good set of features for the budding amateur enthusiast photographer or professionals. But which one should you get? Kai takes both out for a spot of Read MoreRead More

How to Make a Delicious Bokeh Wall for Product Photography

Laya Gerlock shows how to shoot a delicious bokeh wall with a relatively simple setup. I had another article in mind for this week also using perfumes as my subject but I thought about making this article instead because I haven’t been using my El-bokeh wall for a long time now. This is a step by step Read MoreRead More

8 Travel Photography Hacks for More Budget and Versatile Photography Gear

Brendan van Son shares 8 simple tips to work fast and light. 1. Macro Extension Tubes Macro extension tubes are something that I’ve had in my photography gear for ages. Essentially, what they do is take your lens farther away from your sensor allowing you to focus closer to your subject. They only cost about $50 Read MoreRead More

This Man Helps Nat Geo Photographers Get the Shot

Cheetah-proof flashbulbs, custom wide-angle lenses, and cameras that take two photos at once: It’s all in a day’s work for Kenji Yamaguchi, a master photographic engineer at National Geographic. For 32 years, his custom contraptions have helped photographers capture iconic images on assignments all over the world.Read More

George Eastman House Presents the History of Photography

The George Eastman House presents a 12 part series that covers the science of photography from the first experiments up to digital photography. Chapter 1 - Before Photography Chapter 2 - The Daguerreotype Chapter 3 - Talbot’s Processes Chapter 4 - The Cyanotype Chapter 5 - The Collodion Chapter 6 - The Albumen Print Chapter 7 - The Platinum Print Chapter 8 Read MoreRead More

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