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An Experiential Review of the Atomos Shinobi External Monitor for Photography

An Experiential Review of the Atomos Shinobi External Monitor for Photography

The use of external monitors in shooting stills at honestly seemed unnecessary at first, especially in shooting more pace-sensitive kinds of photography. But as an architectural photographer who generally has more room for precise compositions, it seemed more feasible.

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Get Lost in a Guided Photo Tour of 1907 Minneapolis

Get Lost in a Guided Photo Tour of 1907 Minneapolis

You’ve heard the saying “a picture’s worth a thousand words.” A recently published panorama of historic Minneapolis photographs gives us a visually verbose account of an iconic Midwestern city over a century ago.

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How I Shot It: Five Steps for a Foolproof Airbnb Shoot

How I Shot It: Five Steps for a Foolproof Airbnb Shoot

In the share economy, more and more people are finding their side hustle in the form of renting out extra rooms or vacation homes through services like VRBO and Airbnb. Earlier this month, I did a quick and easy property shoot for one such hopeful side hustler. Using a minimal photo kit and about an hour of editing, I created a nice set of images, sure to help them get bookings. Here’s how I did it.

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Five Simple Tips for Cityscape Photography

Five Simple Tips for Cityscape Photography

Shooting cityscapes is something many people never get tired of. The urban jungle is an ever-changing landscape that never ceases to amaze many people with its often grandiose theme and bright, distinct, and often colorful details.

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Mike Kelley Critiques Your Architectural Photos

Mike Kelley Critiques Your Architectural Photos

In the latest video from Fstoppers, professional architectural photographer Mike Kelley critiques images submitted by fellow photographers. All of the images were submitted by architectural photographers who are part of a closed group on Facebook.

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Are Drones Revolutionizing Photography?

Are Drones Revolutionizing Photography?

Drones have enhanced viewer experiences in a wide range of media, from documentaries to sports coverage. That they have had a massive impact on the film and photography world is undeniable, but have they revolutionized photography?

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Critique the Community Real Estate Photography

Real Estate Photography

Submit your best real estate image for a chance to win a free Fstoppers tutorial.

Real estate photography is a thriving business opportunity but it takes skill to shoot a home. Do you think your images are good enough to meet the industry standards?

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If Precise Lines and Architecture Is Your Passion, Check out This Instagram Project!

If Precise Lines and Architecture Is Your Passion, Check out This Instagram Project!

We all know someone who is obsessed with geometrical precision when it comes to their photographs, and it may even be you! If you want to satisfy your visual taste buds, check out this Instagram project!

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‘Ask Me Anything’ With Architectural Photographer Mike Kelley

‘Ask Me Anything’ With Architectural Photographer Mike Kelley

Architectural photographer and Fstoppers alumni Mike Kelley recently did an AMA (ask me anything) over on Reddit that’s easily worth checking out.

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Mike Kelley vs Lee Morris, The Rematch

Mike Kelley vs Lee Morris, The Rematch

One year ago to this very day I competed with Mike Kelley to see who could take the best photos of the famous “Dome House” and I won. For 12 months Mike has been plotting his revenge and today, we meet again, at an even more extravagant home in Charleston.

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Two Photographic Tools That Have Made My Job Way Easier

Two Photographic Tools That Have Made My Job Way Easier

Over the last few years there have been a few pieces of photographic equipment that have either sped up my workflow or turned awkward, finicky techniques into simple and swift processes. But there are two specific tools that have made my life so much easier, especially when used in conjunction with each other.

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The Best Wide-Angle Lens is a Tilt Shift Lens

The Best Wide-Angle Lens is a Tilt Shift Lens

The primary reason that I’ve remained a loyal Canon user is due to their range of tilt-shift lenses. In 2013, I acquired a 17mm tilt-shift lens. In this article, I’ll explain why this and the 24mm tilt-shift lens have been crucial lenses in my camera bag ever since.

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