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Virtual Tour – As If You Were There!
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Virtual Tour – As If You Were There!

In the last issue of PhotoNews, I used some pictures from the Ice Hotel to illustrate my article on panoramas. When I shoot at the Ice Hotel, I always arrive at around 3 a.m. so I can work all night without being disturbed by guests, visitors or employees.

Understanding How Soft Boxes Work
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Understanding How Soft Boxes Work

Sure, you know what a soft box is, and you may already own one, but it’s helpful to take a step back and get a fresh look at the world’s favorite lighting accessory.

Recreating Loft Style Lighting by Paul Markow
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Recreating Loft Style Lighting by Paul Markow

Simple is good. Paul Markow shows us why as he revisits classic high key lighting reminiscent of Irving Penn’s series of Vogue Magazine covers from 1943.

Better Summer Photos by Darwin Wiggett
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Better Summer Photos by Darwin Wiggett

Summer is the season when photographers work hard, shooting everything from weddings and family events to soccer games and backcountry nature scenes.

Recreating 1920's Portrait Lighting by Mark Rockwood
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Recreating 1920's Portrait Lighting by Mark Rockwood

For thirty years, Mark Rockwood has worked as a highly sought-after commercial photographer for local and national accounts that include L.L. Bean and Brookstone.

The Composite/HDR Portrait
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The Composite/HDR Portrait

In this lesson, Michael Corsentino taps into the power of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography and combines it with the technique of background dropout to create a dramatic sports portrait.

How to Have Fun with Night Photography by Michel Roy
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How to Have Fun with Night Photography by Michel Roy

Shooting after dark is a challenge for the avid photographer, but if you are well prepared, you can create amazing images after the sun goes down.

Panorama! Expanding your Photographic Horizons by Luc Villenueve
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Panorama! Expanding your Photographic Horizons by Luc Villenueve

For the past five years I have been tweaking the technique, and today shooting and publishing panoramic images has become a specialty. Each assignment is a visual and intellectual challenge – but the results are always stunning.

The Magic of HDR by Michel Roy
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The Magic of HDR by Michel Roy

With the popularity of digital photography, and the ability to combine images in post-processing, new techniques have emerged that add special visual qualities to traditional images.

Lighting on Location by Eli Amon
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Lighting on Location by Eli Amon

Shooting professional portraits on location is always an interesting break from my studio work.