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7 Incredibly Creative Photography Ideas That Are Surprisingly Easy to Try

7 Incredibly Creative Photography Ideas That Are Surprisingly Easy to Try

Inspiration can be hard to source at the moment, I’m sure I’m not alone on that. Fortunately, one photographer is printing creativity en masse and giving it away for free.

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Why 2003 Was the Tipping Point: Nikon Relinquished Its Advantage and Canon Cemented Its Digital Future

Why 2003 Was the Tipping Point: Nikon Relinquished Its Advantage and Canon Cemented Its Digital Future

It was the year of the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, iTunes, the final Concorde flight, and the invasion of Iraq. George W. Bush was President, and Tony Blair Prime Minister, whilst Serena beat Venus at Wimbledon and the Devils won the Stanley Cup. In cinemas “Matrix Reloaded,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Finding Nemo,” and “Lord of the Rings: Return of the King” first aired. But what happened during 2003 in the photographic world?

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Fstoppers Photographer of the Month (April 2020): Hugo Valle

Fstoppers Photographer of the Month (April 2020): Hugo Valle

The Fstoppers community is brimming with creative vision and talent. Every day, we comb through your work, looking for images to feature as the Photo of the Day or simply to admire your creativity and technical prowess. In 2020, we’re featuring a new photographer every month, whose portfolio represents both stellar photographic achievement and a high level of involvement within the Fstoppers community.

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Here’s How a Photographer Took a Wet Plate Portrait Over a Live Video Chat

Here's How a Photographer Took a Wet Plate Portrait Over a Live Video Chat

Photographers directing virtual photoshoots through video calls has become the new trend, since lockdown laws were enforced throughout the world. However, one photographer has gone a step further and has managed to produce what may just be the first ever wet plate portrait taken over a live stream, through video call app Zoom.

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How 1995 Saw the Birth of the DSLR but Manufacturers Kept on Making Film Cameras

How 1995 Saw the Birth of the DSLR but Manufacturers Kept on Making Film Cameras

Bill Clinton was President, John Major was Prime Minister, the 49ers won the Super Bowl, and Pete Sampras and Steffi Graf were Wimbledon champions. It was the year that the Space Shuttle docked with the Mir Space Station, the World Trade Organization was formed, there was a serin gas attack on the Tokyo subway, OJ went on trial, the Oklahoma City Bombing took place, Windows95, Dolly the sheep was cloned, eBay went live, and Braveheart, Toy Story, Babe, and The Usual Suspects were released. But what happened in the photographic world?

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The Magic of Ken Yu’s Polaroids

The Magic of Ken Yu's Polaroids

There’s something magical about watching a Polaroid coming to life in your hands. The little piece of instant film is a moment of captured time that is always a joy to have, but there is something about the scope of Ken Yu’s Polaroid Project that makes it truly special.

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How 1987 Led to Canon’s Domination of Photography

How 1987 Led to Canon's Domination of Photography

In 1987, Ronald Reagan was president, Mathias Rust landed his light aircraft in Red Square, and the stock market crashed on October 19, dropping 22% in a single day. Fox also made its primetime debut, the Simpsons aired for the first time, and “Robocop,” “Dirty Dancing,” and “Good Morning Vietnam” were all released. But what happened in the photographic world?

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Getty Museum Photo Challenge: Can You Recreate a Masterpiece During Lockdown?

Getty Museum Photo Challenge: Can You Recreate a Masterpiece During Lockdown?

Quarantine has seen photographers launch themselves into a crazy number of photo challenges, some with great results, some that are already feeling a bit like hard work. The J. Paul Getty Museum has hit the ball out the park, though, with their photo challenge: recreate a work of art using three objects you have lying around at home.

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The Incredible Work of Molly Baber

The Incredible Work of Molly Baber

Molly Baber is a multi-disciplinary visual artist and fashion photographer creating conceptual works that evoke blood, death, and feminine power, as well as a subconscious fantasy through ritual, divination, and mythology.

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