Losing My Macro Virginity

Losing My Macro Virginity

LIVING SMALL Losing My Macro Virginity Moshe Levis, Founder / Photographer / Writer A reverse ring? What the hell is a reverse ring? was my initial reaction when I fisrt heard someone using that term. I remember, a couple of years after I started shooting more...

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The Long Wait

The Long Wait

AS LONG AS IT TAKES The Long Wait Ed Morris, Photographer / Writer When is a good day to capture an image? Well, there’s no such thing as a bad day. That’s how I approach my photogra- phy. When I’m out and about I’m always on the lookout for perhaps a sudden change in...

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Unicorn of Landscape

Unicorn of Landscape

GOOD READS Unicorn of Landscape Allan Pudlitzke, Photographer / Writer There is something to be said about the waterfall. One of the most majestic scenes you can capture with a camera. Some photographers strive to capture their beauty with long-exposure photographs,...

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The World of Lenses

The World of Lenses

When asked to write this article, I found myself thinking there is so much to write about. I enjoy shooting many types of Photography. Shooting from Macro shots to Concerts, and many things in between, I enjoy the challenges of the different situations. Owning also a Studio that has Green Screen, which holds another interesting world of endless creativity with backgrounds.

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Freezing Cold

Freezing Cold

GOOD READS Freezing Cold Jevgenija Sitik, Photographer / Writer Freezing weather creates some fantastic opportunities for macro photography. Explore the world in miniature. Cold and freezing nights bring a lot of photographic potential. When the nights get longer and...

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Glowing Forests

Glowing Forests

GOOD READS Glowing Forests Allan Pudlitzke, Photographer / Writer There are so many woodland scenes around the Pacific Northwest. Mt. Hood is a great location just east of the Portland Metro area, and has a ton of hiking trails with spectacular scenery. The Pacific...

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Shooting Polocrosse

Shooting Polocrosse

GOOD READS Shooting Polocrosse Laurie Olmstead, Photographer / Writer This past summer I was invited out to watch a polocrosse game and take some photos. I am an avid horseman myself, having over 30 years of experience riding, teaching, training, and breeding, and my...

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The Finding – Part 1

The Finding – Part 1

PHOTO FICTION The Finding - Part 1 Nancy M. Griffis, Writer Everyone knows Earth is doomed. A hundred years, two at most, and the rising seas will engulf all the history and human life. Civilization that took many thousands of years to create, destroyed in less than...

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Photographers: Four easy steps to pack light

Photographers: Four easy steps to pack light

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS Photographers: Four Easy Steps to Pack Light Tammy Murga, Photographer / Writer Photography is an inevitable part of traveling. Whether you’re headed to soak up some Hawaiian sun or a walk through the ancient streets of Rome, you’re bound to snap a...

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The Lens for All Occasions

The Lens for All Occasions

ALL ABOUT THE LENS The Lens for All Occasions Iain Stanley, Photographer / Writer When you first start out with photography everyone tells you that the most important thing is ‘glass’. “Build your lens collection, man” is what everyone said to me when I first asked...

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Black and White Photography Conversion

Black and White Photography Conversion

BLACK & WHITE Black and White Photography Conversion Judy Colbert, Writer Purists have and will continue to discuss the merits of black and white photography, even in this age of digital miracles. Old and new darkroom enthusiasts will rhapsodize over watching an...

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Sunrise Photos From Waking Up to Final Results

Sunrise Photos From Waking Up to Final Results

THE GOLDEN HOUR Sunrise Photos From Waking Up to Final Results Heidi Horvath, Photographer / Writer I have to say, It’s not easy getting early morning sunrise shots if you are a night owl like me, Hahaha.. BUT, I must say, when I have captured such gorgeous morning...

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MSTD Not What You’re Thinking

MSTD Not What You’re Thinking

BEYOND THE STARS MSTD Not What You're Thinking Moshe Levis, Photographer / Writer Meteors, Shutter Release, Tripod, Donuts Early this morning (late last night, August 13) there was an annual meteor shower over California and other parts of the world. I have seen many...

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The Lone Wonderer

The Lone Wonderer

BLACK & WHITE The Lone Wonderer Mateo Bezuh, Writer First snow of the year came in like a hurricane, in Zagreb every street was lightly covered by snowflakes just as we entered the new 2016. Croatia as a small country surprisingly has many beauties to show, but...

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Avian Photography

GOOD READS Avian Photography Steven Servantez, Photographer / Writer One of my passions is photographing birds. The interest stems from my need to express myself in photography, the difficulty in capturing fast-moving subjects and the need to be outdoors. Whether...

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Reykjavik’s Best Photo Spots

Reykjavik’s Best Photo Spots

AROUND THE WORLD Reykjavik's Best Photo Spots Dagur Jonsson, Photographer / Writer I have always considered myself an artistic person and I have always been involved in art in one way or another. Photographing is something new and an exciting form of expression for...

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7 Best Locations to Shoot in California

LOCATION SCOUTING When in Cali: 7 Best Locations to Shoot in California Claudia V. Mercado, Writer November 7th, 2016 Ask any native for the best places to shoot in California and you’ll probably get an endless list. There’s a reason many flock to California; be it...

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Landscape Photography Rules of Thumb

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS Landscape Photography Rules of Thumb Vishpala Kadam, Photographer / Writer October 24th, 2016 Landscape photography, in my opinion, is being over-simplified by many of us, the photographers. In today’s era of social networking and digital photography,...

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11 Quick Landscape Photography Tips

11 Quick Landscape Photography Tips

Intuitive Tips 1. Take Time to Observe When you end up deciding to explore a new destination, spend time scouting then familiar area. Drive or hike along designated paths to different locations, observing the scene from different vantage points. 2. Lines are the...

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Balance Photography With Traveling

Balance Photography With Traveling

It’s that time of the year again – you just booked your vacation – for relaxing’s sake! Where are you headed? Off to explore a new city, a new country, or even a new continent? Wherever you end up travelling, chances are, you will want to take some photographs. Be it...

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Photoshop Tips – Simple Yet Powerful

Photoshop Tips – Simple Yet Powerful

Simple Yet Powerful Photoshop Tips and Tricks from NOTINDOOR #1 - Merging All Visible Layers to One New Layer If you are working with a lot of layers you know by now that a clutter is almost inevitable, so why not make life a little easier? Merging all visible layers...

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500px Photographer Best Friend

500px Photographer Best Friend

Photos - Courtesy of 500px IS 500PX THE BEST PLACE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS? From its launch in 2009, 500px has been synonymous with quality, attracting strong participation from professional photographers and serious hobbyists around the world. The amazing work...

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From Glaciers We Drink

From Glaciers We Drink

There is a place. A magnificent place. A place where vast, upswept earthly monuments adorn the rugged landscape with regal vigor and longstanding distinction. A place where prehistoric ice and snow compliment an ever so frigid and mountainous terrain. Sheer exalted...

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Quick and Dirty

Quick and Dirty

Photos: Manuel Fassler As a photographer who specializes mainly in people-photography, with nature photography (wildlife, landscape and macro photography) being only some kind of “hobby“ for me, I consider my way of shooting macros as “quick and dirty” as there are...

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The Unseen Flowers Around Us

The Unseen Flowers Around Us

Featured image: Thomas Jerger I started working on flowers as a subject of photography just a few years ago. I had just left working on high risk information systems projects as a project manager due to health issues in my family and decided to spend time working on...

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Would You Sell Your Wife For $7.5M?

Would You Sell Your Wife For $7.5M?

My wife and I dated for 1 year, before we got engaged in 2014, and got married. We have the best relationship a couple could ask for. Some of you are probably saying: "Call me in 10 years…" In 1781, in South Carolina, a "Bill of Sale" of a "Wife and Property" for "Two...

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