Create Projects + Collaborate

Andrew S. Gibson

If you don't know what to photograph, Andrew S. Gibson has some insight on how a personal project or collaboration can get your creativity flowing.
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Mirrors or Windows?

Rafael Rojas

Is photography a reflection of what is seen in mirrors or through windows . . . or both? Rafael Rojas shares his experience.
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2018 Mentor Series Workshop: Varanasi, India

SOLD OUT Add yourself to the waitlist Ten years ago I took my first trip to India and fell in love...
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F/ The Rules

David duChemin

Rules, schmules. David duChemin on why he thinks we should f-(stop) them more often to hone our craft.
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Drawing the Eye With Selective Focus

Kathleen Clemons

Choosing your focus is one thing; selecting it can produce dreamy results! Kathleen Clemons tells how she uses selective focus in her work, and how you can, too.
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C&V Fujifilm Giveaway Winner Announced

Congratulations to Dennis Ducklow, the winner of the Fuji X-T2, 18-55mm lens, Domke satchel, and a signed copy of David duChemin's latest book, The Soul of the Camera!Thank you...
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In Conversation: Willem Wernsen

Cynthia Haynes

Wonder why some street photography grabs your attention and some leaves you flat? Willem Wernsen can help you hit the streets with intent.
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Exposing for Highlights

David duChemin

What to do when bright sunlight leaves you with a lack of mood? Expose for the highlights and create a different story. David duChemin tells you how.
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Using Fill Light to Create Dramatic Portraits

Adam Blasberg

What's the unsung hero of cinematic portraits? Learn how fill light can help you create more dramatic portraits.
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Cameras Don't Make Photographs

David duChemin

Does using Photoshop (or other tools) make you dishonest in your art? David duChemin says make your photographs any damn way you please.
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Shooting with Your Final Image in Mind

Bruce Percy

Bruce Percy tells how not to differentiate between "photographing" and "post-processing" to make stronger images.
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10 Ways to Make Better Black and White Photographs

Piet Van den Eynde

Learn Piet Van den Eynde's top ten ways—both in-camera and in post-processing—to make stronger black and white images.
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