Part 1 of 3 Camera Reviews: In a new series, professional lifestyle and assignment photographer Josh S. Rose reviews the cameras he works with for professional and personal shoots. Josh starts with the Nikon D850, taking us through a year of photoshoots with it, including notes on the camera.
A camera and lenses aren’t the only things professional photographers pack with them on a shoot. Where and what you’re shooting dictates what’s needed, but here are 15 essentials you should never leave home without; plus budget and pro options of our favorite gear.
It’s inspiring to see what budding photographers are doing to really make an impact in the industry. Here are some of the rising stars from LensCulture’s 2018 Emerging Talent Awards, celebrating today’s best.
Astrophotography is an incredible artform in that it lets viewers take a closer look at the beautiful mysteries of the universe. Here are the winners of the 2018 Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest.
Every photographer strives to turn everyday life into a cinematic still frame that romanticizes and hero-izes things most people don’t even notice. But, that’s not always an easy feat. Here are 10 ways of looking at a scene so you can capture the epic in the normal.
Having a daily routine has been proven to boost productivity. Here are five photographers with unique and essential habits that kept or keep them producing amazing work to help you get inspired to develop the rhythms and rituals that could lead to your best work yet.
The winners of this year’s Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition prove that beauty can be found in even the tiniest of spaces. Here are the top 10 incredible microscopic images that were selected from an impressive 2,500 entries.
Stephen Lioy was an amateur travel photographer when he got his first major break covering the World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan for BBC Travel. Now he enjoys a full life there, traveling around the country and documenting his excursions.
Ready to leave the safer world of still lives and nature to capture a bit of real life on the street? Great! We’ve put together 25 of the best tips for getting yourself ready to do street photography at a high level, by learning to blend photojournalism with fine art and documentary storytelling.
It’s easy to forget the little things. Here are 20 tips that every photographer needs to be reminded of. These quick little tips, from essential composition techniques to finding inspiration, will make sure you stay focused and help you improve your craft.
These photos cover a variety of historical incidents and required the ideal timing, perfect composition, iconic and stirring moments that could just have easily been missed if a vigilant photographer wasn’t present. They each tell a powerful story that continues to have meaning well into the present.
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