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Pro Tips for Taking Social Activism Pictures for Stock – Photography Article

Try these expert tips for safely capturing social activism pictures when you’re on-the-go at world-changing protests and events. With worldwide events that deserve coverage, such as climate change, there’s no shortage of social activism pictures to create. No matter where you are in the world, from the current Hong Kong protests to anti-government marches in Moscow, social activism events need more coverage. And unfortunately, social activism pictures are few and far between in our Shutterstock library, despite that library currently…

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10 Common Types of Knitted Fabric – Photobook Photography Article

Using needles, you can make knitted fabrics through interlocking yarns. Loops are created through the yarns that run either horizontally or vertically. The rows of loops are called courses and ribs or wales, respectively. Knitting can be done manually, using your deft hands, and of course, mechanically with the help of an industrial knitting machine. Why love knitted fabrics? There are a lot of reasons to admire and be fond of knitted fabrics. They are light and comfortable to wear.…

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Podcast: Do You Still Need a Photo Website in 2019? – Photography Article

Before the rise of social media and the ubiquity of apps like Instagram, photographers established and flexed their brands through their personal website and blog. Social media took over the industry (and consumer lives in general) in the late 2010s, and ever since then, the website has seemingly taken a backseat in relevance and importance.But social media like Facebook and Instagram have a number of shortcomings – both from a feature and experiential perspective – that make maintaining a website,…

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Mauritius – Kristine wanders – Photobook Photography Article

So earlier this week Boobae and I returned from a week long trip to Mauritius. Now I know people are always saying they left their heart in some random exotic locale, but honestly guys, I really think I left a piece of mine on the eastern shore of Mauritius. Was it the sugary unlimited cocktails? The lulling sound of the waves hitting the rocky shore? The wind blowing through my hair? Or the ever changing shades of blue as I…

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Mauritius – Kristine wanders – Photobook Photography Article

So earlier this week Boobae and I returned from a week long trip to Mauritius. Now I know people are always saying they left their heart in some random exotic locale, but honestly guys, I really think I left a piece of mine on the eastern shore of Mauritius. Was it the sugary unlimited cocktails? The lulling sound of the waves hitting the rocky shore? The wind blowing through my hair? Or the ever changing shades of blue as I…

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Top 3 Places to Photograph Vienna – Timelapse Travels – Time Lapse Photography Article

Earlier this summer I went to Vienna, Austria for a weekend and had a chance to explore the beautiful city.  I wanted to give my top 3 favorite places to take photographs! 1. Schönbrunn Palace This is the winter palace of Vienna which is just a short train ride away from the city centre.  This location is perfect because it’s perfect for architecture, landscape, and nature photography.  The palace grounds have several nature walks including a hill after a steep…

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How to Capture Incredible Sunrise/Sunset Photos – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Bracketing Bracketing helps you capture more detail in the sky and in the foreground of your scene than you could otherwise. Bracketed images ares a series of photos at different exposures, then blended together in post-processing.  And the technique is ideal for sunrise/sunset photos where the sky is bright but the foreground is dark.  Here’s how to braket your photos.  If your camera features built-in bracketing, set it up according to your camera manual.  But if your camera lacks this feature,…

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Drone Insurance – Do You Need It? – Aerial Photography Article

Getting insurance for your drone may not be a federal legal requirement (yet, anyway), but there are many owners of drones who recognize just how important it can be. There is always a risk of a drone being flown too close to people or property and doing damage, in which case having insurance can protect you financially. Not only that, but an insurance policy will also save you money should your drone become badly damaged or get stolen. Initially, the…

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500px Blog » Ambassador Spotlight: Meet Hayden, Laura, Kalle, Julia, and Sam – Photography Article

For part two of our Ambassador Spotlight series, we’ll learn more about photographers Hayden Stinebaugh, Laura Ferreira, Kalle Lundholm, Julia Wimmerlin and, Sam Brockway and find out how photography has shaped their lives. Why did you become a photographer?:“I became a photographer because it’s truly something that I am passionate about. It changed the way I look at the world around me.” How has photography changed your life?:“Photography became my full-time job, it allowed me to buy a home, it’s…

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Showtime! « Joe McNally’s Blog – Photography Article

When it comes to splash, color and the unabashed exuberance of the stage, it’s hard to beat Vegas, and its coterie of wildly diverse, talented, athletic, sensual, magnetic performers. Luckily for me, I know a few, none more vibrant than Joli Irvine, who has dazzled many a Vegas goer from numerous stages on the legendary strip.We have happily been involved here at our studio in a two month, all-consuming series of shoots which occurred in January and February of this…

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Tips For Capturing Amazing Real Estate Photography – Aerial Photography Article

Potential buyers of real estate are always going to be enticed by high quality photographs of the properties they’re interested in, and if you get it right, one inspirational photograph could clinch the deal. So, how can you capture amazing real estate photo’s that will grab your client’s attention? A tripod will help you to capture more professional shots of the interior of a property, since it helps you to keep the camera still and at a stable height. You’d…

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8 Advantages of Efficient Oil Production in an Economy – Photobook Photography Article

Fossil fuel, such as oil, is responsible for the primary source of power generation. It gives new boosts to different innovations in society. The resulting economic growth enables us to better the quality of our life. It has generally resulted in increased productivity, and a new direction for technology to evolve. The effects of oil-based industries have been profound in different nations. Take the example of OPEC countries. Before the drilling and extraction of the oil, many of their citizens…

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Your Guide to Building a Sandblaster – Photobook Photography Article

There are a lot of ways a sandblaster can prove to be useful. It can be termed as a tool which is used for shaping, cleaning, and smoothing hard surfaces. The process of sandblasting is done by applying force on the solid particles to pass at a relatively high speed through a speedy nozzle across a surface. Sandblasting is a widely used technique. There are varieties of professional tools and machinery used for sandblasting. Starting with dedicated automatic models having…

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AlSoudah Season – Kristine wanders – Photobook Photography Article

This past weekend I flew to Abha to visit the nearby AlSoudah Season festival. It’s part of the new Saudi initiative called “Saudi Seasons” by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage which aims to put Saudi on the map as a travel destination. The month of July was dedicated to Jeddah Season and August features both AlSoudah and Taif Seasons. AlSoudah Season takes place in the Asir region of Saudi Arabia which is south of Jeddah sharing a…

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AlSoudah Season – Kristine wanders – Photobook Photography Article

This past weekend I flew to Abha to visit the nearby AlSoudah Season festival. It’s part of the new Saudi initiative called “Saudi Seasons” by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage which aims to put Saudi on the map as a travel destination. The month of July was dedicated to Jeddah Season and August features both AlSoudah and Taif Seasons. AlSoudah Season takes place in the Asir region of Saudi Arabia which is south of Jeddah sharing a…

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Oregon and Washington Landscape Photography Vlog – Time Lapse Photography Article

Seascape Photography and Aerial Video on the Oregon Coast The Pacific North West is by far one of my favorite places to capture images. I am excited to share this new vlog series with you all, where I cruise around with my girlfriend Jenny. Capturing Landscape Photography, Timelapse and Aerial video of Oregon and Washington. In this episode we head up the Southern Oregon coastline. We check out the beautiful redwoods and shoot a memorable sunset in Bandon. Capturing Flowers…

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Call for Submissions! Olympus Visionaries to Critique Your Outdoor Photography – Photography Article

Call for Submissions! Olympus Visionaries to Critique Your Outdoor Photography – CreativeLive Blog Home > courses > upcoming > Call for Submissions! Olympus Visionaries to Critique Your Outdoor Photography This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Kym Cortigiano Source link

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Complete Guide to Wheel Lock – Photobook Photography Article

If you own a vehicle, then providing security to the same needs to be the only priority. In order to provide security to your vehicle, you need to use wheel locks. These are basically used instead of the lug nuts which are available on your wheel. Although you need to remember that, there are various types of wheel locks available in the market which are appropriate for different kinds of wheel style. In this article, we will discuss complete details…

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Jigsaw vs Reciprocating Saw – Comparison – Photobook Photography Article

If you work in a woodworking workshop, then you have probably heard of reciprocating saws and jigsaws. They have several basic similarities, but at the same time, very different functions. Jigsaw is basically used for cutting intricate shapes on any material, you can make any desired shape and size depending on the user. On the other hand, the reciprocating saw is a far more powerful tool which is only used for demolition purpose. In this article, we will discuss the…

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Heavylift Live-Event Drone Coverage – Evel Live 2 – Aerial Photography Article

Last years cinematic trailer, a one-take drone shot for Evel Live: On July 7th, 2019, Beverly Hills Aerials provided live cinema-camera heavylift drone coverage of History channel’s Evel Live 2 stunts and event. Evel Live 2 is the second installment of Evel Live, a live broadcast where last year adrenaline junkie Travis Pastrana jumped over the Caesar’s Palace water fountains in Las Vegas. While we shot cinematic trailers for both events, this was the first time we had provided live…

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The Photography Experience Of The Summer – Photography Article

The most basic requirement of taking a good photo is having a camera and for 100 years Olympus has been dedicated to getting as many people taking pictures as possible. Now they’re going one step further by teaming up with CreativeLive for an immersive online learning workshop streaming live August 14-16, 2019. Enjoy 3 free days of photography classes taught by a variety of outdoor and nature professionals covering topics such as location scouting, lens selection, light control, techniques for…

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How Big Can You Print a Drone Photo? – Aerial Photography Article

How large can you print a drone photo? You’ve been taking a lot of amazing aerial photos with your drone and you want to share them with your friends, hang them around your house, or use them for commercial purposes. Which prompts the question––how do you print your drone photos and what sizes can they be? Watch our short video explaining everything you need to know: The Short and Simple Answer To figure out how large you can print your…

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Would You Relinquish Your Privacy to Look Old? Don’t Use FaceApp – Photography Article

Everyone once in a while, a “fun” website or app that requires us to upload a photo of ourselves goes viral. In 2015, it was Microsoft’s How-Old.net, which would guess your age based on a selfie. It turned out to be a showcase for Microsoft’s facial recognition technology. Microsoft’s “How-Old” website guesses your age after you upload a selfie Amazon followed in 2017 with its version that showcased its Rekognition API – the same controversial technology used by law enforcement,…

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Fast Food Just Got Faster – Aerial Photography Article

If you haven’t noticed how drones are continuing to be used by companies for a wide range of purposes, and are increasingly being featured in news reports the world over, then you must have been living in a social void for the past couple of decades! The future is very much drone shaped, and several industries have been using them with great success to deliver items within a certain weight range. Companies like Flytrex and Google have started using drones…

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Skip Photo School and Learn Everything On YouTube? – Photography Article

With college costs skyrocketing and uncertainty around job prospects, more students are contemplating whether 4 years of photo school makes financial sense. In the age of YouTube, you can learn virtually any photo technique – from capture to post processing – online, and often for free. Content providers are publishing materials at an unprecedented pace, and making a living while doing it. In this episode of Vision Slightly Blurred, Sarah and Allen contemplate a college-free world for professional photographers while…

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Everett Registration Page – DJI Aerial Photography Academy – Aerial Photography Article

DJI Aerial Photo Academy Everett, WashingtonSeptember 27th. This Day Will Change Your Drone Experience Forever. We Promise.Five fun & fast-paced hours of priceless information from the most experienced drone photography instructors on the planet. Tips & tricks to accelerate your skills by months or years, in your pursuit of quality aerial photography.Business guidance from drone industry experts who led the Still-Photography Development Team in DJI headquarters.Face-to-face question/answer time with instructors in a small class environment.Hands-on photo post-processing instruction with Adobe Lightroom, the industry…

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Japan’s Tough New Drone Laws – Aerial Photography Article

You may not have realised that it’s even become a problem, but clearly some countries are facing an unwanted epidemic of drunken drone operators, and in Japan, politicians have taken matters into their hands by issuing a blanket ban on drone flying while under the influence of alcohol. After a spate of nasty accidents in which drone pilots were found to be flying irresponsibly while under the influence of alcohol, the lower house of parliament in Japan passed the new…

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Kaaterskill Falls Day Trip – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

If you live in the NYC / NJ area and want to explore or hike then I recommend Kaaterskill Falls in the Catskill Mountains. The waterfalls are two stage and very impressive. The trail is about 2 hours from NYC and is a perfect day trip. We got there around noon and hiked the half mile to the waterfalls. There are several viewpoints after a steep climb. The first one is of both waterfalls and has some cool perspectives. After…

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It’s time for some Peri-Peri – All About KSA – Photobook Photography Article

As many of you may know that Nando’s has opened its three branches in a couple of years in Riyadh and fourth one is underway. I would like to say that if you have not tried Nando’s yet then you are missing on to something amazing. If you die for the juicy grilled chicken like we do then you need to visit them. Our love affair with Nando’s started almost six years ago when we first had it in Islamabad,…

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Just Fix It In Post ???? – Photography Article

Like nails on a chalkboard! CreativeLive asks photoshop experts how they’d respond to the ever-common request “Can you JUST fix it in post?” and filmed their response. Truth be told, with the right skills, a little humor, (and the right price!) these Photoshop Week pros prove almost anything can be done. What would you do? Shoot back a snarky email or accept the challenge? If you picked the later option we encourage you to join us for Photoshop Week 2019! We’re…

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