Monthly Archives: October 2015

3 Body Language Hacks to Improve Your Portrait Photography

I’m going to ask you to put your camera down for now. I know it’s a lot to ask, but the secret I’ve discovered to better portrait photography has, in fact, very little to do with your camera. One of … Continue reading

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Fall Photography Tips: Shoot from above

As trees are usually much taller than us, it is common is for us to look upward at leaves or minimally view them from a side perspective. Also typical is for the leaves to be facing, at least to some … Continue reading

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Supporting Your Off-Camera Flash – Tripods, Monopods or Light Stands?

I’ve generally been a natural light photographer. I understand natural light and love its variability. Normally it’s enough to get some beautiful photographs; many photographers stop here and go no further. Constantly critical of my own photographs, I realized that … Continue reading

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New Gear: Tenba Announces Cooper Camera Messenger Bags

Tenba’s DNA Messenger bag has been one of its most popular options for a while, and now they’re giving it an attractive sibling in the form of the Cooper messenger bags. The outer portion of the bag is made of … Continue reading

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Best lenses for street photography and travel reportage

For street and travel photography, you’ll want to travel light 
yet be prepared to capture anything you might come across. For street and travel photography, you’ll want to travel light 
yet be prepared to capture anything you might come across. … Continue reading

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24 Magical Images of Light Trails

Capturing light trails of something moving, often a vehicle, is somewhat magical because it’s something you cannot see with the naked eye. So only through the use of a camera and the right exposure techniques can this be possible. Remember … Continue reading

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Canon Refurb. Inventory Refreshed with 15% Off Savings

The Canon Store has just refreshed its inventory of refurbished DSLR cameras, lenses and Speedlite flashes. And on top of that, you can get 15% off your purchase with coupon code JACKOLANTERN. (thanks Ben) Several rarely-in-stock items can be found right … Continue reading

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Down the Pelican’s Throat

Pelicans are terrifying creatures. They swallow everything whole—birds, fish, fellow baby pelicans in their first few years of life. After dying from suffocation, the eaten animals are slowly digested by the birds’ stomach acids. But, hey, look how cool their mouths look … Continue reading

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