Surreal self-portrait artist Natalia Seth has become quite the Instagram sensation, working with the likes of Adobe and Club Med – and she’s only 18! In our interview, Natalia talks about her new book, her Instagram success and her new PHLEARN tutorial.
The fog of the Pacific Northwest is legendary and offers landscape photographers amazing scenery like nowhere else on Earth. Ross Buswell adds a unique spin by capturing North Vancouver’s subtle color variations in light and fog, creating atmospheric and dramatic imagery.
Learning how to bracket exposures provides another opportunity to create striking images. This guide has everything you need to know about exposure bracketing so you can add eye-catching contrasts to your interior, landscape and street shots.
When Danielle Pritchard let her five-year-old son, Max, play with her camera one day, she was amazed at what happened. Max, who is on the autism spectrum, was a natural and now uses photography to analyze the world around him.
Wildlife photographer Gerda van Schalkwyk explains how she and her husband, Wille, spent an afternoon discreetly following an African leopard in it’s native South African Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park to get these beautifully intimate and candid shots.
Erik Johansson is a Swedish photographer and image creator currently based in Prague, Czech Republic, specializing in surrealism, photo manipulation, and montages that will really make you question reality. Let’s have a look at what’s in his camera bag.
Which side of the Photoshop/Lightroom debate are you on? Each has their advantages, that’s for sure, but which one is better? We wanted to know which differences really matter, so here’s our comparison of the unique functions and uses of each.
Leah Frances uses only a few vintage fixed lens cameras to capture quiet, everyday moments of life – familiar scenes that evoke feelings of nostalgia and recall some of the more idyllic perceptions of what American life is, or what it used to be.
While on a photo walk, Stevyn Durham came across this perfect UK-fashion scene and wanted to capture a stylish model to go with it. He tells us how he set about capturing a charmingly candid, high fashion shot on a London street.
In a collection of B&W photos, Matthew Genitempo gets to the core of what it’s like to live in isolation, deep in the woods of the Ozarks. His new book, Jasper, is an intimate look at the sequestered men who live in the wilderness.
Ever noticed those little balls (or shapes) of light that look like they’re dancing lightly across a photo? That’s called bokeh. It’s a beautiful effect, but there’s so much more to it than just the obvious shapes you see. This guide will show you all the amazing things you can do with bokeh in your photography.
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.
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