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Lee Jeffries. Street Photography.

Sam Droege. Super Macro Photography.

Filip Wolak. Nightlife Photography in NYC

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BOOGIE. Life in the city. Issue #18

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SIGAL MIZRAHI. Let the music play. Issue#16

Adriana Soares. Special Interview. Issue#16

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Paul Zizka. Night&Nightlife Photography. #14

Water Underwater. Issue #12

Lior Yaakobi. Landscapes Photography.

Jakob Wagner. Urban Photography.

Marius Vieth. Street Photography.

Ekaterina Belinskaya. Fashion Photography.

Michal Solarski. Cultural Photography.

Mozes Nachumovich. Portrait Photography.

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23 DECEMBER 2015

5 Tips For Shooting In Black&White

5 Tips For Shooting In Black&White Learn To Think In Black And White If you’re shooting in black and white, your biggest handicap is that your own eyes see in Color. Color is vibrant and therefore dominating. Being able to perfectly visualize what you are looking at in black and white can massively improve your […]

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23 DECEMBER 2015

The History Of B&W Photography

The History Of B&W Photography By BobSt.Cyr The history of black & white photography is essentially a significant part of the entire story of photography. It is the story of a relatively “new” technology that began a little over 170 years ago in Europe. However, the actual process of a projected image appearing inside a […]

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22 NOVEMBER 2015

Nightclub Photography Tips&Tricks

Nightclub Photography Tips& Tricks For most people, nightclubs mean music, dancing, drinking and above all – having a good time.No matter how good your creative eye is, taking photos inside a nightclub is one difficult challenge.Aside from the fact that you’ll be shooting in low light, you’ll also have to capture the essence of all […]

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22 NOVEMBER 2015

Tips & Tricks How to Photograph the Milky Way

Tips & Tricks How to Photograph the Milky Way By YUVAL OZ I am Yuval Oz, and I’m a landscape photographer. Unlike many other photographers who started photographing at a very young age, I started late – at the age of 30. I was on a family vacation in Eilat, I took an old Minolta camera […]

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22 NOVEMBER 2015

Tips And Techniques To Get You Started On Night Photography

Tips And Techniques  To Get You Started On  Night Photography Good pictures should leave an impact on the viewer. Most of us capture our memories with a quick click, but with longer exposures comes a slower and more meditative approach. Night photography pushes the boundaries of time and how we seize it. Photography by definition […]

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4 NOVEMBER 2015

Macro Photography Is Like Magic!

Macro Photography Is Like Magic! – By Allon Kira Since I held, somewhere in early 2000, my first Olympus digital camera, I was attracted almost inexplicable to macro photography. Macro photography (by definition): An extreme close-up photography. Photo at close range … and sometimes so close until suddenly it revealed a whole new world, full […]

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4 NOVEMBER 2015

WHAT IS MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY?

WHAT IS MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY? By Yehoshua Derovan Photography is all about light. When photographers state this what they mean is that through photography we get to see the world as we know it in new light (or lack thereof). Landscapes taken at the right moment and time take your breath away, portraits that are full […]

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4 NOVEMBER 2015

ABOUT MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY

ABOUT MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY Macro photography is a fancy way of saying close-up photography. Strictly speaking, macro photography is a photograph where the subject is magnified to life size or greater. Insects and flowers are perfect examples of macro photography. However, that’s only the beginning. You can also take interesting pictures of normal objects up close. […]

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4 NOVEMBER 2015

PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY BASIC

PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY  BASIC BY MIA ROSE Are You Looking For Portrait Photography Tips So That You Can Improve Your Picture Taking Skills? At first thought, portrait photography would seem easy, yet the results are often disappointing. Many of our pictures often include people, and whether you are photographing a model, taking a family photo, or […]

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4 NOVEMBER 2015

About Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography “I drove to the outskirts of Los Angeles, where she lived in a two-room apartment. What impressed me in the living room was the obvious striving for self-improvement. I saw a photograph of Eleanora Duse and a multitude of books that I did not expect to find there, like the works of Dostoevsky, […]

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