Where I Want To Be And What I Really Care About: A Talk By Portrait & Lifestyle Photographer Matt Carr

Specializing in portraiture and lifestyle, Matt Carr is an award-winning visual storyteller with a background in photojournalism and a penchant for delivering honest, believable and beautifully lit scenes. His photography has been published in The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, ESPN, GQ, Men’s Health, Premiere and Rolling Stone among other

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Writing The Future | A Man With A Mission – Legendary Photographer Sebastião Salgado

Photographer Sebastião Salgado’s works are stunningly beautiful and deeply political at the same time. His elegant black and white images show us people in need and nature at risk, in all its beauty and brutality – from gold diggers in the Amazon to the genocide in Rwanda and the signs

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Fine Art Photography: 7 Useful Tips & Three Clichés To Avoid, If You Want To Be A Good Fine Art Photographer

Art is subjective in nature. Its definition can vary from person to person. What seems art for one can be trash for another. After street photography, fine art photography is the most debatable term. What is fine art photography? You will find ample amounts of debate over the internet about

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A Discussion – Supermodel Helena Christensen And Portrait Photographer Mary Ellen Mark

Supermodel Helena Christensen and Documentary Photographer Mary Ellen Mark discuss their work, travels and inspirations with Mark Seliger.  From Johnny Depp to the circus performers of India and from the villages of Peru to the celebrities of Hollywood, Christensen and Mark talk about the challenges of finding the essence of

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Tips For Portrait Photographer For Planning And Executing A Beautiful Sunset Portrait Session

In this article you will get some solid tips for planning and executing a sunset portrait session. Learn how to take the images that you and your subjects will love. Plan Ahead For A Successful Sunset Portrait Many photographers feel overwhelmed when they start photographing portraits, professionally or for fun.

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Become A Better Photographer By Self-Portraiture

Meaningful self-portraiture photography is no small feat. It involves focus, persistence, and an endless openness to improvement. As both the photographer and model, you’re in charge of posing, lighting, and camera settings. As challenging as these responsibilities are, they’re more than just extra work. They’re opportunities to become a better

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Wedding Photography: 21 Know How’s For Beginner Wedding Photographer

Help me, I’m photographing my first wedding! Give me some wedding photography tips, please!” It’s a question that photographers frequently ask. So while I’m not a pro wedding photographer, I thought it was time to share a few tips on the topic of wedding photography. I’ll leave the technical tips

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Once Upon A Time in Kazimierz: A Talk By Fine Art Photographer Richard Tuschman

Best known for his “Hopper Meditations” series, Richard Tuschman creates miniature diorama stages into which he digitally inserts human actors to create lush, atmospheric and psychologically charged depictions of ordinary lives. Tuschman will discuss his practice and his current project, Once Upon A Time in Kazimierz, an open-ended novella told

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Tips For Beginner Wedding Photographer: How To Deal With Difficult Lightning Situation At Wedding

A wedding photographer has to be prepared for pretty much anything. Big belly laughs, impromptu outbursts of song and bear hugs can happen at any moment. Not to mention that the light is constantly changing and you’ve got yourself a schedule to keep. Let’s just say weddings keep you on

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