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7 Aug

How to Shoot Cityscapes

While many landscape photographers will take the free weekend to run over to the countryside and capture a blissful landscape where the mountains touch the sea, others choose to work with what they’ve got at home, in the city. That is, of course, urban landscape photography. Today we’ll talk about shooting Cityscapes. Even if you haven’t done this type of photography before, surely, you’ve seen photos of cities shot during dusk, showing the sky glow after sunset, city lights and car trails. Such a photograph can have a powerful effect due to the mixture of different light sources, capturing at the same time what is a chaotic urban world, and a peaceful calm that is the natural sky. For the same...
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31 Oct

Snap Halloween Photos That Jump Out

Halloween is the time of year designated for being anything we want to be. We can be an ironic Ken Bone, a zombie bride, our favorite superhero, and, undoubtedly, someone will be a Minion. This ephemeral moment deserves to be captured by photographers the world round. Whether we're trying to take a timelessly terrifying portrait or a group shot at a party that's a cultural snapshot of the zeitgeist, Halloween can be one of the most interesting times of year to shoot. Don't be afraid of monsters In order to get that quintessential Halloween portrait, you're not going to be able to be shy. Sure, some of your friends probably have great Halloween costumes, but you'll need to make some new friends to...
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8 Aug

The Gear and Know-How You Need to Shoot the Perseid Meteor Shower

Space: the really awesome final frontier. Coming up on August 12th, be sure you don't miss out on the Perseid meteor shower as the Earth passes through the trail left behind by Comet Swift-Tuttle. The Perseids will be in "outburst" this year for the first time since 2009, meaning they'll be appearing at double the normal rate. And though Earth has been passing through this starry trail since mid-July, August 12th is the peak point, meaning you'll see the most meteors in the shortest amount of time - so you know it's going to be a great show. If you have big plans to head out and snag some images of this event on camera, here are the tips and...
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