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A reading tip for cozy days

There’s nothing more beautiful than spending your Christmas holidays reading by a warm fireplace, I think. That’s why I was especially happy with the book my grandpa had put under our Christmas tree this year. It’s called “Fotografieren für Blogger – So machst du Fotos mit Klickfaktor“ written by Katharina Dielenheim. After some brief paging ...

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When leaves change their color…

The days get shorter, the leaves change their color and temperatures drop. It’s autumn – a wonderful and nice season of the year for taking pictures! The light conditions are very special and offer incredible opportunities in photography. In the following article I’d like to list some tips and tricks for you (or me, at ...

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Learning photography on YouTube? Benjamin Jaworskyj

Over the last couple of years I’ve often heard the name Benjamin Jaworskyj in connection with photography. Last week I had the chance to listen to one of his lectures at the Photo Festival in Zingst. He’s a German photographer working in Berlin. In 2008 he started giving online video tutorials. His YouTube channel is ...

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Tips & tricks in wildlife photography:

Hey guys, it’s me again, Tamara. Today I went for a little walk. I felt like taking pictures of animals and telling you a couple of tips and tricks on how you can take great wildlife photos by using simple methods. Unfortunately, I only came across some chickens on my little tour. Apparently the horses, ...

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Tip: Elena Shumilovas Photos of her Kids and Four-Legged Friends

As a young mother, Elena Shumilova undeniably misses time to get intensely involved with photography. Two sons and a farm full of diverse four-legged animals claim a lot of time and attention, as you can probably imagine. As if it’s not remarkable enough to be distinctly talented and find time for great photos, Elena discovered ...

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Tip: Lara Jo Regan’s ‘Dogs in Cars’

Who doesn’t know the feeling of going for a spin in good weather and letting down the windows to feel the airstream in your hair? It’s a fantastic feeling! Now, just as us humans, dogs seem to enjoy this feeling equally well. They’re doing diverse facial expressions while cruising, all of which make them appear ...

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‘Sigma Factory Tour’ Report on imaging-resource.com

Regardless of whether you own or are interested in Sigma lenses or whether you are a hardcore fan of Canon/Nikon/Pentax/Sony and invariably purchase lenses of the camera manufacturer – any photo technology devotee is obliged to peruse the imaging-resource.com report on Sigma’s factory tour. Dave Etchells, author of the article, depicts the lens production right ...

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Tip: Jon Uriarte’s The Men Under the Influence

When Jon Uriarte photographically investigated relationships and gender roles for the first time, he did so by taking photos of couples inside their houses and flats. It soon dawned on him that the photos he took couldn’t appropriately portray what he wanted to get across. He wanted to portray the confusion and desperation of men in ...

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VideoTipp: 360 Time-Lapse of the Milky Way and FAQ for Mars Curiosity Rovers Cameras

Just as last Sunday, I surfed the web and came across two very intriguing videos. The first one is a thrilling 360-degree time-lapse video by a well-known name in the astro-photography scene, Stéphane Guisard. It depicts the Milky Way as it floats across the sky.  The second one is a FAQ-session for the photo-system (system, ...