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Are You Making These Common Mistakes in Your Architectural Photography?

Are You Making These Common Mistakes in Your Architectural Photography?

Architectural photography is an exacting discipline. Consequently, small mistakes can make a large impact on your body of work. In this article, I cover five common mistakes that I’ve observed in architectural photography.

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Critique the Community Dogs

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Submit your best dog photo now for your chance to win a free Fstoppers tutorial

Pet photography can be a huge business and there are some among us who make their living photographing man’s best friend. Do you think your pictures of dogs are good enough to be in a professional portfolio?

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The Importance of Reaction Shots in Films

The Importance of Reaction Shots in Films

Reaction shots are like the icing on the cake for a film scene. Their importance is as significant as the action the reaction is to. In this video tutorial, you will see why directors choose to incorporate such shots.

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Why Is Kickstarter Being Used to Launch the Most Expensive Travel Tripod in the World?

Why Is Kickstarter Being Used to Launch the Most Expensive Travel Tripod in the World?

The camera press went a little crazy this week as a small company announced that something tiny will sell for something massive. As someone who hates tripods and will go to some lengths to avoid using them, trying to get my head around the column inches has been fascinating.

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Pye Jirsa Explains Why These Are the Two Lenses You Should Own First

Pye Jirsa Explains Why These Are the Two Lenses You Should Own First

When we think of “need to own” lenses, sometimes we ignore the utility for the aesthetics. Other times, when looking at new equipment it really comes down to the usability of a lens and whether it should be the taking up space in your bag. If you’re trying to make those decisions now, Pye Jirsa may be able to help.

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A Tale of Three Firmware Updates: Two Were Fine, One Was Awful.

A Tale of Three Firmware Updates: Two Were Fine, One Was Awful.

Software and firmware updates are a fact of life for photographers. They don’t come all that often and usually offer bug fixes or new or improved features. As a longtime Canon user, I found firmware updates easy and unintrusive. Having recently moved to a Sony a7 III, I’m rather shocked at the complexity of what should have be a simple operation.

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A Music Video Highlights the Disturbing Reality of the Porn Industry [NSFW]

A Music Video Highlights the Disturbing Reality of the Porn Industry [NSFW]

Obviously, no one watches porn video,s but the adult industry represents 30% of internet bandwidth with a greater visitor count than Amazon, Netflix, and Twitter combined. The French artist Hierophante, who specializes in social satire, made a short video depicting all the cliché of porn videos.

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Three Concert Photography Tips

Three Concert Photography Tips

Have you always wanted to photograph live concerts, but are anxious about how to start? Were you recently hired for your first concert photography gig, but don’t still looking for more ideas on how to capture great moments of the show? Well look no further, and keep reading.

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Is $2,700 Fair for Canon’s New Lens?

Is $2,700 Fair for Canon’s New Lens?

Canon’s new RF 85mm f/1.2 L has been officially announced, along with a hefty price tag. Considering the specifications and market this lens will compete in, is the price fair?

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