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Bloodline Camera Work -Analyzed Cinema for Wedding Techniques

Welcome back everyone. Huge thanks for all of the amazing support! I appreciate all of you! Today we are going to take a look at a cinematography technique used in the TV series “Bloodline.” We can apply this technique to any kind of photography, but it’s especially excellent for any wedding photographers out there. I’ll...

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Photography Composition with Cutouts Transforms Landmarks

There’s a rather cheeky british fellow roaming around Europe and creating humorous compositions with his playful cutouts. His name is Rich McCor and you can find his photography on Instagram under the name “paperboyo.” Let’s see some more of his creations and how it relates to mastering composition.

Four Fun Lighting and DOF techniques

325/365 Today I wanted to show the differences between photos with hard light and shallow depth of field and vice versa…a total of four different scenarios. Does the difference in these contrasting techniques make it more pleasing to the viewer or communicate your visual message easier? I guess we’ll find out!...

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Look at that Camera, You’re Not a Serious Photographer

301/365 I had a beginner photographer tell me a story of how their photography instructor didn’t take them seriously because they were using an olympus dslr camera. He shoots with a Canon 5D Mark III, so he must take way better pictures right? Not only did the instructor discourage his student, when he’s suppose to be
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Ansel Adams: Love for Music, Photography, and Life

293/365 Here is a great documentary about Ansel Adams that is worth sharing with everyone. It tells us about his awkward childhood, his first love, his passion for music and photography, and his ground breaking discovery. I’ll also provide plenty of examples of his work and some commentary as well. Get to know this artist...

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Buying a Wide Angle Lens: What I Didn’t Know

272/365 Welcome back everyone! Wide angle lenses are great, and they can be used to capture extremely different perspectives of scenes that you’re use to seeing. But there are some nuances to be aware of before you spend your money on one…especially if you’re use to a 50mm lens like I am....

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