- Backyard Nature Photography Tips
- This is Now The Most Viewed Selfie of All Time
- Portrait Posing Ideas for Female Subjects in 14 Photos
- A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Photographer (Video)
Posted: 03 Mar 2014 04:03 AM PST
You don’t have to travel very far to get great nature photography shots. There are many opportunities for nature photography right in your own backyard. There is an abundance of nature if you know how to look for it.
If you have flower beds, trees, bushes, or just wildflowers, you have many opportunities for some good nature pictures. I am going to give you a few ideas on how and what to look for. Go back to things that you have taken pictures of before but this time, look at them from a different perspective.
Challenge yourself to try something new. Go back to some of the pictures you have already taken and take them from different perspectives. You may surprise yourself!
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Posted: 03 Mar 2014 12:29 AM PST
Ellen Degeneres took this selfie at the Oscars and it is now the most viewed selfie of all time with nearly 2.5 million retweets so far, what do you think?
A few different angles:
Posted: 02 Mar 2014 11:02 PM PST
People's definition of a beautiful woman changes based on geographic location and time period. It’s interesting to study the way photographers and fashion brands choose to pose them:
After all these beautiful portraits, it’s time to take your camera and seize the day! Tons of photos are waiting to be taken–for your mother, sister, girlfriend. International Women’s Day is March 8th. Arrange a photo session and make a perfect present for the special women in your life! For extra tips, check out our article How to Take Great Portraits, or look up for more interesting information on the differences of women around the world.
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Posted: 02 Mar 2014 03:06 PM PST
Scenic fly fishing, misty mountain panoramas, wild bears trekking the riverside–this is the life of professional wildlife photographer Charles Glatzer, who gave up his job as a successful commercial photographer to found Shoot the Light by teaching and shooting nature exclusively. See it here:
The video doesn’t offer many tips for aspiring wildlife photogs, but it does argue convincingly in favor of quitting your day job, putting on some soothing indie post-rock, buying a pair of bulky beige fly fishing trousers and living in a cabin for the rest of your life. (Assuming you can afford it–Glatzer shoots with a Canon 7D and a Canon L superzoom lens.)
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