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Learn how to get great sports footage with a GoPro HERO camera. Learn how to use wrist, chest, and helmet mounts, record interviews, and protect your camera in the process.
Get the most out of one of the world's best camera phones, the iPhone 5S.
Get even more impressive time-lapse footage by shooting from a moving car. Learn about hyperlapse equipment, setup, and capture.
Take a trip to Zion National Park to shoot an HDR time-lapse video, compliments of Rich Harrington and the crew at RHED Pixel.
Capture the surroundings, the personality, and the traditions of a favorite family getaway spot.
Keep track of your travel memories and your travel photos with this guide to geotagging and journaling apps, tools, and techniques for the traveling photographer.
Learn how to set up your GoPro HERO to start capturing stills, video, or even time-lapse photography.
Connect your DSLR camera to a computer, an external monitor, and even an iPad or mobile device, and open up a brand-new world of image-making opportunities.
Explores the creative and technical decisions involved in photographing textiles.
Learn the concepts, tools, and techniques for lighting with flash—from improving built-in flash results to shooting with wireless off-camera flash.
Gives beginning photographers a brisk but thorough look at using strobe lights in a studio setting.
Learn what makes effective product photography, from styling to lighting to gear, with insights from an industry professional.
Learn how to style, light, and photograph jewelry, from rings to watches and more.
Follow along with photographer Richard Klein as he demonstrates the best shooting and lighting techniques for photographing buildings.
Follow along with photographer Richard Klein as he shows techniques for lighting and composing photos that make interior spaces look their best.
Photographer Richard Klein discusses the art and science of photographing architecture, from interiors to exteriors and from small houses to skyscrapers.
An introduction to the micro four-thirds format, from strengths and drawbacks to shooting tips.
Hit the road with photographer Mikkel Aaland to learn how to tell the story of a road trip to a small seaside town.
From holding the camera to stitching the shots, learn how to turn a series of separate shots into beautiful seamless panoramic photos.
Follow along with renowned photographer Mikkel Aaland as he assembles a photographic portrait of San Francisco's iconic North Beach neighborhood.
Photojournalist Paul Taggart discusses the art of photographic storytelling—how to shoot and sequence a series of photos that tell a story about a person, place, event, or trend.
Follow photojournalist Paul Taggart as he photographs an artist and creates a photo essay that tells the story of his art and working environment.
Photographer David Hobby employs multiple strobes to capture young soccer players in action and in portraits.
Travel to the desert wilderness of Death Valley National Park with author, teacher, and landscape photographer Ben Long to learn the unique considerations involved in shooting a desert environment.
Photographer David Hobby captures the strength and grace of a dancer in motion, lighting her against a blow-away white background.
Photographer David Hobby visits a conservation center and lights close-ups and portraits using a variety of strobes and light modifiers.
In a photo shoot with a model, photographer and Strobist blog publisher David Hobby demonstrates the basics of lighting with compact flash units.
Renowned photographer Douglas Kirkland explores the process of shooting a series of photos that connect to tell a story.
Experiment with a low-cost technique for macro and close-up photography.
Explore the world of the small with this guide to macro and close-up photography gear, lighting, and technique.
Expand your lighting options and get the most out of your flash by learning the concepts and theory behind flash exposure.
From ultra-wide angle to ultra-telephoto to macro, tilt-shift and more, discover the creative options that specialized lenses and attachments provide.
Learn how to use your Canon 5D Mark III digital SLR—and improve your photography in the process—with this guide to the camera's features, controls, and exposure options.
Learn how to use your Nikon D800 digital SLR—and improve your photography in the process—with this guide to the camera's features, controls, and exposure options.
Introduces the techniques behind lighting for portraiture.
Learn the art and craft of creating inkjet prints that do justice to your photos and get the most out of your printer.
Photographer, author, teacher, and frequent traveler Ben Long details the hardware, software, and workflow issues that photographers need to consider when shooting on the road, whether on vacation or on assignment.
Teaches you the basic skills you need to get most from your camera.
Details the features, controls, and options in the Canon Rebel T3i.
Details the features, controls, and options in the Nikon D5100.
Details the features, controls, and options in the Canon EOS D60.
Photographer and author Ben Long details the features, controls, and options in Nikon's popular D7000.
Covers advanced techniques for staging, lighting, and photographing your handmade crafts, as well as for sharing the images you create.
Discover how to stage, light, and photograph your handmade items in a way that maximizes their appeal to viewers and customers.
Photographer Douglas Kirkland uses a large-format film camera to shoot portraits.
Demonstrates the use of off-camera wireless strobes to light a product shot, and provides tips that apply to product shots of all kinds.
Photographer Douglas Kirkland uses a medium-format film camera to shoot a portrait for Kodak's OnFilm series, which features portraits of directors, cinematographers, and other major players in the film industry.
Renowned photographer Douglas Kirkland shows how to shoot photographs for publication.
Provides the essential foundation that photographers need to make the leap from still pictures to video.
Shows how to understand, choose, and properly use lenses.