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Introduction to Astrophotography with Ian Norman

If you’re joining us in Moab, Utah for our second annual landscape photography conference, you’ll definitely want to try some night sky photography. Ian Norman is the creator of [...]

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Shooting and stitching panoramas

When shooting cityscapes, and especially skylines, I like using wide image aspect ratios to showcase the width of the city. While sometimes it just means cropping 2:1, I often shoot panoramas to [...]

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The landscape photographer’s perspective on city shooting

The smell of wet earth, the rustle of tall field grass in the wind, the sound of dry twigs crunching under my feet as I make my way to where I will be shooting. These are the triggers for my [...]

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Capturing monumental interiors

Chicago is a city of incredible architecture — inside and out. Much of it can be explored during the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s annual Open House Chicago, which I’m privileged to help [...]

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Creating photographic series

The whole working in series idea can be elusive and difficult to do, especially when you’re somewhat new to photography, or even not-at-all new, which was the case for me. The whole idea of [...]

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The rush of the big city: Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal has been a landmark site in Midtown New York originally built in 1871. The site, which has experienced several renovations (major overhauls) over the past century. In 2013, [...]

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Architectural Photography Workshop at the Chicago Architecture Foundation

We’re teaming up with the Chicago Architecture Foundation for a mobile photography workshop this Saturday, October 1. Most of the architecture images you make can be made with a smart [...]

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An abstract preparation for iconic New York architecture

The Out of New York Conference is nearly here and I couldn’t be more excited! Despite visiting NYC a number of times I have yet to really photograph this iconic city and its awe-inspiring [...]

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One World Observatory: Shooting New York from above

Last year, after a long wait and a lot of anticipation, One World Observatory‎, the observatory at the top of One World Trade Center, finally opened. After 14 years, there is an observatory in [...]

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Getting started with nighttime long exposures

I spent much of this week so far working on some long exposure techniques. I wanted to play around with some different angles and heights that wouldn’t always be accessible. Lucky for me, I [...]

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