Discovering Magic

I've always enjoyed shooting out of focus (on purpose) for images that feel more like dreams than reality.
By Tracey Clark Of Shutter Sisters
It's amazing to me that after all these years immersed in the world of photography, I still find myself stumbling onto techniques—both technical and creative—that I never knew existed. I guess it shouldn't surprise me, considering I'm neither a school-taught photographer nor an avid manual reader, and have always subscribed…

5 Game-Changing Photo & Video Apps

I’m not one who typically takes my phone photography particularly seriously
By William Sawalich
I'm not one who typically takes my phone photography particularly seriously. But since I started using Instagram I've found myself growing increasingly enamored, not only with that service in particular (especially for the way it brings me the work from great photographers around the world) but with my cell phone…

Surf's Up

With over 120 magazine covers to his credit, Sean Davey understands the power of print as the ultimate expression of a photograph.
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{mp4}epson/SeanDavey_Epson_Final{/mp4} With over 120 magazine covers to his credit, Sean Davey understands the power of print as the ultimate expression of a photograph. Delivering a top quality fine art print is essential for Davey when marketing his work. "When i sign a print, I'm telling that customer that they're getting…

How To Photograph Art Like an Expert

My friend Elon Schoenholz is a talented photographer who is often hired by museums to photograph gallery interiors and artwork
By William Sawalich
My friend Elon Schoenholz is a talented photographer who is often hired by museums to photograph gallery interiors and artwork. He is also a former staff photographer for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, where he photographed everything from tiny paintings to large sculptures and installations. When I wanted…

Photographic Copy Work

The foundation of photographically reproducing two-dimensional images is called copy stand photography, or copy work
By William Sawalich
The foundation of photographically reproducing two-dimensional images (such as paintings, drawings, prints or photographs) is called copy stand photography, or copy work. It involves making the closest duplicate of the original image as possible. That means minimizing distortion with the right lens and camera position, and lighting the subject so…

Ultimate Imaging Combo

What does it take to show off the capabilities of advanced photo-printing technology?
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{mp4}epson/1-17-EpsonBTS_Motorcycle_LaRoche-Hasselblad{/mp4} What does it take to show off the capabilities of advanced photo-printing technology? Go on set at Stage 3 Productions in Warren, MI, as Epson teams up with Hasselblad to create a stunning 1.2GB RAW file image that pushes the limits of digital imaging and printing. You'll also get…
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