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Photograph of the Week: Rajat Gupta

Congratulations Rajat Gupta! Rajat stayed a little later after the sun set and captured this amazing low light/night shot! He used a slow shutter speed and excellent composition with lines to get this incredibly clean shot. Not only was this a great testament of good white balance, but it intrigues us to look more closely!Learn More
  • 31 Jan, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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Travel Blog: Greece

When picturing Greece, we usually have an image of the ocean, the views, the architecture, and the heat. The truth about Greece is it ACTUALLY is all of those things and more. Last summer, I was invited on an incredible cruise through Europe. I went to a handful of ports in Italy- Venice, Rome, Florence,Learn More
  • 24 Jan, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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Equipment Recommendation: Neutral Density Filter

The reasoning behind getting a filter is sometimes hard to justify because honestly, no filter can substitute being at the right place with perfect natural lighting. But, that photographer’s heaven I just described is a lot harder to plan for and is mostly just the luck of the sun, clouds, and everything else falling rightLearn More
  • 17 Jan, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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Photography of the Week: Howard Olympia

Congratulations Howard Olympia! Howard took this amazing shot that looks like it should be in a magazine! He changed his perspective and found an interesting subject to shoot capturing this unique rock. Creating the Bokeh affect with the background makes this simple rock stand out with beautiful detail! Howard took this shot at our PhotographyLearn More
  • 10 Jan, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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Equipment Recommendation: Softbox

If you are interested in headshots, portraits or just elevating the lighting in your shoots to the professional grade, it is time to purchase a Softbox. A Soft box is a type of photographic lighting device. A good softbox will create even and diffused lighting on your subject by pushing light through a diffusing materialLearn More
  • 3 Jan, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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