Go Wild!

Make your wildlife park pictures look like Out of Africa images
By Rick Sammon
An African photo safari is a dream come true for wildlife photographers. Not all wildlife photographers, however, have the time or the funds to make that dream come true. Still following their love for wildlife photography, photographers who can’t make the trek to Africa enjoy photographing at wildlife parks. With…

Product Photography How-To: Dual Exposure

Combine flash with a long exposure to see the screen on an electronic device
By William Sawalich
If you’re photographing an iPhone or a tablet, a laptop or a TV screen, one thing is key to making the shot work: the screen has to appear brightly illuminated. But you can’t just turn on your device and assume that any old strobe exposure will work. In fact, when…

Shooting Campaigns From The Saddle of A Bike

Jeremy Dunn captures adventure-sports images, often side by side with the athletes, and has turned to film point-and-shoot cameras and compact digitals to make it possible
Text & Photography By Jeremy Dunn
Photographer Jeremy Dunn has shot numerous national campaigns and magazine pieces. Because he needs to travel with the athletes he covers, he uses lightweight point-and-shoot film cameras and compact digitals. The result is a look that’s grainy and reminiscent of vintage European sports magazines. Always having a camera in your…

Life In Motion

Some of the best photo opportunities aren’t found at your destination, but on the way getting there
Text & Photography By Meredith Winn
Welcome to my playground: the space between home and destination. We live in a busy world. Fast-paced and often hurried, we are always in the state of getting from point A to point B. Recreation, work, or everyday life—this is a life in motion. Often, while the big camera is…

The Deliberate Divide

The rules of composition are fundamental to creating great photos—and any great art
By Tracey Clark Of Shutter Sisters
When it comes to photography, I’m big on storytelling. I know that part of why I’m drawn to capturing photographs is because of the stories that can be told through the beauty and wonder of the ordinary. Ironically, of all the photography classes and lessons I’ve taught (both online and…

Creating Truly Seamless Studio Backgrounds

Paper sweeps are great studio backgrounds, but incorrectly placed lights can bring out textures and inconsistencies in the seamless.
By William Sawalich
When shooting indoors with a seamless paper background most photographers want to achieve a pure seamless background. It might be white or gray or black or blue or almost any color under the sun, but what it can’t be is a patterned or mottled paper. Yet sometimes seamless paper backgrounds…
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