Lens Magazine Documentary Photography Issue 35 PUBLISHED!
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Allan Kliger. Emotional Moments.

Mathieu Willcocks on Lens Magazine

Jimmy Nelson. Cultural Photography.

Marco grob. The Wild Side #17

Lee Jeffries. Street Photography.

Sam Droege. Super Macro Photography.

Filip Wolak. Nightlife Photography in NYC

MIGUEL VALDIVIESO. The Big Black&White Issue #15.

BOOGIE. Life in the city. Issue #18

Brooke Shaden . Thw Wild Side #17

SIGAL MIZRAHI. Let the music play. Issue#16

Adriana Soares. Special Interview. Issue#16

Dr. Akira TAKAUE. The Big Black&White Issue#15

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.

Ohad Romano. Fashion Photography.

Lior Yaakobi. Landscapes Photography.

Assaf Gavra .Wildlife Photography.

About Photography

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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2 NOVEMBER 2015

10 Interior Photography Tips

10 Interior Photography Tips From The Professionals By Tom McCallum With the rise in interior design websites and blogs, the need for excellent interior photography and expert 3D renderings of inside spaces is at an all time high. Alongside eye-catching initial designs, architecture firms, real estate agents, restaurants, cafes and hotels must get their interior […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

5 Architectural Photography Tips

5 Architectural Photography Tips Architecture is an incredibly fascinating area of design. The seemingly impossible physics, the play of light, the masculine textures, it all comes together to create an incredible sense of fantasy and wonder. The magic of great architecture is highlighted and even amplified significantly when presented by the right photographer. These 5 […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

Wildlife&Nature Photography HINTS

Wildlife&Nature Photography SOME HINTS by Assaf Gavra: • Do not be afraid to go inside the water, its bring your photo to a higher level. • Always try to have your desired photo in mind prior to your photo session • When the low light environment is present try to work with positive exposure compliance (most […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

Wildlife and Nature Photography

Wildlife and Nature Photography by Kevin Lewis Circle of Fear Animals, including ourselves, have a natural circle of fear. As you approach an animal it will normally watch you getting closer and gradually becoming more afraid and at some point will either run/fly off or attack you. You have just stepped inside its circle of […]

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2 NOVEMBER 2015

Tips & Tricks To Shoot Amazing Landscape Photographs

Tips & Tricks To Shoot Amazing Landscape Photographs Learn how to take creative and incredible shots of land & nature How many times have you stopped to take a photo of a beautiful landscape – an incredible coastal seascape, mountains in the distance or a field of sunflowers – only to find that what caught your […]

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1 NOVEMBER 2015

A BRIEF HISTORY OF LIGHT & PHOTOGRAPHY

A BRIEF HISTORY OF LIGHT & PHOTOGRAPHY By  Robert Leggat Light Behind every photo there is a story, and like paint on a canvas, we use a combination of different elements for making the photo influence. One of these key ingredients is light. Whether it shows the mood, creates depth, or highlights a subject or […]

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1 NOVEMBER 2015

Cityscape Urban Photography

Cityscape Urban Photography Urban landscape photography -In some way describe a town or city -Represents an attempt to understand our experience of the city -Shows a dedication to the subject, expressed through a body of work rather than isolated images -Concentrates on structures or processes rather than on people -May deal in either details or […]

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