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  • Vikings S05E01 – ANALYZED CINEMA
    #498 Welcome back everybody, huge thanks for the continued support! You keep in-depth articles like this coming. Much love! As artists, we can learn a lot from cinematography. If a film has an experienced cinematographer, like P.J. Dillon of Vikings, they will present the majority of scenes with nice lighting, composition, and design. All which […]

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Color Theory Inspired by Birds

#495 Welcome back everyone, thanks for joining in today! I appreciate all of the support! Today we are going to be taking a very close look at birds for color theory, and comparing them to famous photos and paintings. Doing this will allow us to learn and be inspired by Mother Nature. Connecting the dots...

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Paolo Roversi Photography Analyzed [7 Techniques]

#494 Welcome back everyone! Huge thanks for all of the awesome support, you’re truly appreciated! Today we are going to be deconstructing the remarkable photos of fashion photographer, Paolo Roversi. We’ll look close at his design techniques and unique artistic style (see Day 122), then discover the secret recipe to his best photos. We’ll also see...

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How the Subject’s Gaze Can Control the Frame

#492 Hey everyone, welcome back to another insightful article! Thanks a ton for all of the continued support, I can’t say that enough! Today we are going to see how the gaze of your subject can control the frame of the image. Yes, actually control it! Gaining this insight allows you to affect the viewer...

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Alexey Titarenko Long Exposure Photography [Hauntingly Beautiful]

#491 Welcome back to another inspiring article! Thanks for all of the continued support everyone! Today we are going to be taking a close look at the long-exposure techniques of Alexey Titarenko. His photos are hauntingly beautiful, so if you frighten easy, please don’t proceed. If you want to learn more about the design techniques...

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The Masterful Design Techniques of Martine Franck [Cartier-Bresson]

#490 How’s everyone doing today? I hope you’re doing well! Thanks for the awesome support, I appreciate it tons! 😀 Today we are going to dig deep into the masterful design techniques of Martine Franck in a two-part video. Martine was a very talented photographer, and the second wife of Henri Cartier-Bresson (see #460). When you’re in
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The Masterful Set Designs of Mary Howard

#486 Welcome back everyone, much love for the continued support! Today we are going be looking at the amazing set designs by Mary Howard. You may not have heard of her, but you have definitely seen her beautiful work. She is one of the set designers for Annie Leibovitz! Set design may not sound interesting,...

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Photo Shoot Think Sheet

#467 Hey everyone, thanks for joining in today, I appreciate all of the continued support! Today we are going to take a look at a nifty tool I use to flesh out all the important details of a photo shoot. It’s a think sheet for location, props, action, model, composition techniques, lighting, etc. I’ll show...

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Our Fascination With Toned Images

#464 Hey everyone, welcome back to another awesome article. Huge thanks for all of the continued support. Much love! With the recent fascination of tones from Instagram filters, phone filters, color grading videos, LUT’s…it all had to stem from somewhere, right? Today we are going to look at toning an image and how it relates to...

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Why is the Rule of Thirds Grid on Pro Cameras

#462 Welcome back everyone, thanks for all of the continued support! Ah yes, the battle against the status quo of composition continues after all of this time. Rule of thirds still remains the number one composition technique to teach artists of photography, painting, drawing, you name it. Why is this? The excuse “because it’s easy”
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Bloodline Camera Work -Analyzed Cinema for Wedding Techniques

#456 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....

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