Photography TechniqueAs a photographer, there are handful of things a lot more satisfying than mastering a new photography technique. Even so, what we need to have carried out in the inspirational posts is not just offer you with some inspiration for your work, but also present helpful photography tactics and photo tutorials which can help you to accomplish optimal pictures for your designs. Light painting requires that you use artificial lights to paint a topic or produce an effect. If there is one overarching take away from these photography composition ideas, it must be to slow down and make your photographs.… Read more

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The color and light burst from the photograph with otherworldly beauty.

Sunlight pokes past ominous looking clouds above the angular facade of the Indiana State Museum. Bronze sculptures of running deer burst through mist and golden-hued water of a fountain. The amplified colors of autumn play off the deep blue sky reflected in an Indianapolis pond.

Wesley Montgomery-Bell has a keen eye for finding scenes of sublime beauty and capturing them with his camera. But it is his skill at digitally altering the photographs that add that surreal quality.

“It doesn’t look like anything you’d go and take a photo

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Phone photography has come a long way since its flip phone origins. Today, you might not even be able to tell the difference between a photo taken by a phone and a dedicated camera.

I always encourage experimenting with phone photography. Without the extra gear, phone photography can be a great way to hone fundamental skills and techniques. In this article and video, I’ll be demonstrating how you can use mobile photography to become a better photographer. I’ll be photographing three different scenes on the phone, then translating the technique to my dedicated camera, the Canon EOS R5 paired with

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Charles “Bud” Ford Dorsey Jr., a longtime Louisville photographer who captured stories in his own community and around the world, died Thursday, according to the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage.

He was 80.

Dorsey was born to Charles Sr. and Anna Lewis Dorsey in Louisville’s Beecher Terrace Housing Complex in April 1941, according to his 2017 book, “Available Light: Through the Lens of Bud Dorsey.” He went to Madison Street Junior High, where Muhammad Ali — then Cassius Clay — was one of his classmates.

Dorsey’s passion for photography started at an early age as he carried around his

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