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A Skydiving Studio Photo Shoot with Flash Lighting in Midair

Adventure photographer Jesper Gronnemark recently did an impressive skydiving photo shoot using flashes and other studio equipment in midair while free-falling at 125 mph (~200 km/h). Armed with aProfoto B1X flash and Sony a7R II, Gronnemark wanted to “push the boundaries” of outdoor adventure photography by shooting “studio” images during an actual skydive. Team Flux […] petapixel.com

2017-12-14 22:55

Photographer Challenges Herself To Shoot In Ugly Location, And Results Prove That Its All About The Skill

"Instead of searching out the usual beautiful locations around where we live, I had the idea to do just the opposite. I wanted to go somewhere 'ugly' by all conventional photography standards and then see what we could do with it. Lowe's seemed like the perfect option." boredpanda.com

2017-11-22 13:53

We Used Military Retired Kodak Film To Shoot Surrealistic Landscapes Of The Dolomites

This project was initially conceived as a game, an experiment. We are very lucky that we can call those mountains a second home, cause we’ve been there so many times, especially during winter, snowboarding on the best slopes in the Alps, and this summer we decided to try to look at these familiar places with different eyes. boredpanda.com

2017-11-29 13:53

This Husband Did A Pumpkin-Themed Dudeoir Shoot For His Wife, And The Result Will Make Your Heart Beat Faster

For most couples, the start of fall means taking corny photos at apple orchards, family cottages, and Starbucks cafes. Nashville-based photographer Gayla Thompson and her husband Ryan, however, decided to buck tradition and do something infinitely better - they held a 'dudeoir' photoshoot in the middle of a field, with Ryan wearing nothing but rolled-up boxer briefs and a series of strategically-placed pumpkins. Oh, and a bottle of Bud, of course. boredpanda.com

2017-10-18 12:09

How to Shoot an Annie Leibovitz-style Group Portrait with Affordable Gear

One way portrait photographers like Annie Leibovitz light large-scale group photos is by lighting smaller groups by themselves and then compositing everyone together into a large group. Photographer Barry Harley recently employed this technique with relatively affordable gear for a group photo with friends while on vacation. Harley, his wife, and a group of friends […] petapixel.com

2017-9-30 18:33

Photographer Uses Burned Teapot as a Camera to Shoot Wildfire Damage

Back in August 2016, the Blue Cut wildfire tore through Cajon Pass in Southern California, burning 37,000 acres, dozens of cars, and over 300 homes and structures. Local photojournalist James Quigg documented the fire’s damage in a creative and unusual way: he found a burned teapot and turned it into a pinhole camera. Quigg has […] petapixel.com

2017-9-7 18:49