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How To Take Great Photos, According To A National Geographic Channel Photographer

Posted 12.01.2014 | Technology

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a National Geographic Channel photographer? What it’s like to go to far-flung locales and bring stories t...

How Photography Made Me An Eternal Student

Kuntal Joisher | Posted 12.06.2014 | Travel
Kuntal Joisher

Despite a happy marriage, I have been involved in another relationship for over 25 years. My tryst with photography began way back in 1988. When I was just eight years old, my uncle bought me a Minolta film camera.

More Followers on Instagram: 16 Tips From the Pros

Global Yodel | Posted 08.19.2014 | Arts
Global Yodel

Over the past year we've picked up some great tips from true Instagram masters. Rather than keep all their words of wisdom to ourselves, we compiled some of their best advice below.

Secrets to Taking Better Photos

Scott Mowbray | Posted 09.26.2013 | Arts
Scott Mowbray

For years I'd ben alienated by photo advice books. Then I met George. he guy you can hand your point-and-shoot camera to and he'll take a better picture than you just took with exactly the same camera 60 seconds ago. Without adjusting anything on the camera.

10 Things A Photographer Should NEVER Do

petapixel.com | Posted 05.15.2013 | Weddings

With over 2 million weddings taking place each year worldwide, there are over 2 million opportunities to make mistakes-countless pitfalls just waiting...

The Megumi Project: Ralph Gibson

Phil Chan | Posted 12.28.2012 | Arts
Phil Chan

"I had no choice, but then I became very serious about it very quickly. It was my life's vocation. When you have a vocation at seventeen, it's the same as being born very rich. "

Creativity Exercises (PHOTOS)

Peter Carroll | Posted 06.02.2012 | Arts
Peter Carroll

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Street Photography -- Close Vs. Distance

Peter Levi | Posted 05.26.2012 | Arts
Peter Levi

To take candid photos I prefer to use a smaller, silent camera. A big camera intimidates easily, and the slamming mirror inside a DSLR reveals your presence faster than it takes to say "cheese."