Category: Photography Technique

Exploring Ikuru Kuwajima’s ‘Tundra Kids’ photography series

Since the dawn of the millennium, the world has changed at a faster rate than any previous time in human history. Culturally, climatically and in just about every other guise, a sweeping global transition has been underway. However, the Russian Tundra seems so far-flung and impenetrable that its place in the global consciousness as the world’s last outpost of the past has wrongfully remained. 

It is a measure of our current interconnectedness and the binding ties of climate change that even the Tundra is a region in rapid transition. 

Moscow-based Japanese photographer, Ikuru Kuwajima, travelled to the far reaches of

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Michael John Hunter. The More Things Change. JPS Gallery

JPS Gallery is delighted to present The More Things Change, a solo exhibition of Michael John Hunter, on view at the gallery’s Hong Kong location in LANDMARK ATRIUM.

Showcasing a series of works that challenge our perception of the “real and imaginary”, the exhibition features iconic works of Hunter, including the photography work of Falling Army Man Toy (2021). The sculpture work of the image debuted and gained immense attention in Art Central earlier this year. Academically trained in photography, Hunter also found great passion in sculpture making. This present series is a manifestation of the artist’s two artistic pursuits

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Dog Photography so Cute it Will Melt Your Heart (Enjoy the Cuteness!)

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We love dogs here at The Phoblographer. They’re adorable. So, when a photographer sends us anything relating to canines, it immediately gets our attention. If you’ve ever attempted to photograph “El Perro,” then you’ll understand the difficulties associated with it. Dogs have a mind of their own, and communicate with them can be a struggle. Any photographer who can master the technique of getting a dog to pose deserves a treat

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Oh, snap! | News, Sports, Jobs

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Buddies Rick Houchin and Steve Jakubcin show their pearly whites for the camera. Learn more about how to use yours in their photography course at Art in the Loft.

ALPENA — Snapping photos can be fun, meaningful and therapeutic, depending on what you’re seeking. Whether it’s capturing a moment in history, documenting a family event, or just preserving nature’s beauty, taking photographs has become a large part of our lives.

But how do you know if it’s a good photo? What could make it better? How can you take photos that “Wow” the viewer?


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Nikon Z50 and Z fc to get Laowa 9mm F2.8 ultra-wide prime lens

Laowa has announced it will be producing a Nikon Z version of its 9mm F2.8 APS-C prime lens which is already available in Sony E, Fujifilm X and Canon EF-M versions. It’s not a new lens, but the Nikon Z version is big news given the relative lack of lenses right now for these cameras.

We really rate the Nikon Z50 as a powerful and compact mirrorless camera for enthusiasts, together with its new stablemate, the beautiful retro-themed Nikon Z fc. The problem for both cameras, though, is that apart from the retracting Nikkor Z 16-50mm f3.5-6.3 DX VR kit

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How to select the right Lensbaby lens

Spend more time with your camera and less time editing by using a Lensbaby lens for creative results. However selecting the right one is key, Angela Nicholson speaks with three photographers to find out more.

Lensbaby may have started out with one simple bendy lens that had a plastic optic, but these days it offers an extensive array of lenses, optics and housings to enable a range of effects on just about any camera. They’re not for everyone, but there are legions of photographers who love them for their creative results. With different types of lenses available

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Have your photo exhibited at The Photography Show 2021!

Fancy having your photos exhibited at The Photography Show and The Video Show 2021? Well, you’re in luck! Simply take part in the weekly Fujifilm Printlife photo challenge to be in with a chance of having your image exhibited at The Photography Show from 18-21 September at the NEC, Birmingham. 

By entering, you could also win one of an amazing selection of photo prizes, including a voucher of 100, 150 or 200 EUR for your country’s Fujifilm photo printing platform, a Fujifilm instax mini 40 or a Fujifilm instax mini 11 with 10 shots package. 

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The secrets to great long exposure photography

I remember the first time I saw an image captured using the long exposure photography technique. It blew me away. The skies were stretched across the sky and the water as soft as silk. How was it even possible?

Little did I know that this technique would become a game changer for me. Not only did learning this technique help me understand the fundamental camera settings, it helped develop my creative vision.

A decade later I’m still fascinated with long exposure photography. My approach has changed during the years but it’s still part of who I am.

It’s fair to

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Great Reads in Photography: August 15, 2021

Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy!

L.A. Times Photographer Shares an Olympic Journey: Robert Gauthier – LA Times

Tokyo, Japan, Tuesday, August 3, 2021 - USA gymnast Simone Biles is congratulated by her coach Cecile Landi as it becomes evident she will earn a medal in the Women’s Balance Beam Final at Ariake Gymnastics Centre. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times)
USA gymnast Simone Biles is congratulated by her coach Cecile Landi as it becomes evident she will earn a medal in the Women’s Balance Beam Final. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times)

Robert Gauthier has been with the Los Angeles Times since 1994. Besides the Tokyo Olympics, he has covered the Olympics in Athens, Greece; Beijing, China; London, England; Rio

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12 Productivity Tips for Photographers Working From Home

If you’re a professional photographer, staying productive while working from home can be challenging. In between at-home photoshoots and long editing sessions, you may find yourself struggling to stay on task and complete your goals.

Fortunately, there are ways around this. Here are some productivity tips that every photographer should keep in mind when working from home.

1. Establish Boundaries

You might think that you can still be productive while working from your bed or in your living room. However, that’s not quite true; playing Netflix while you work or having a friend drop by isn’t going to help with

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