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    When Is Black & White Not So Black & White?



    When is black and white not black and white? Answer: Always. A lot of shooters oversimplify the black-and-white imagery they create. Because of this, a lot of black-and-white images are pretty average in quality.

    When I say “oversimplify,” I guess a better way to put it is a lot of shooters are very lazy in their approach to black and white. Most new shooters think of black-and-white images as nothing more than desaturated color images, which is not the case.

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    When Is Black & White Not So Black & White?
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    Fight Night: Lighting Athletes



    You can’t underestimate the power of planning. Being deliberate with your ideas, concepts and shoot plans pays massive dividends every time. Take time before your shoots to think about what you want to accomplish with your lighting.

    Make a detailed plan for the tools, techniques and logistics you’ll need to realize your vision. If you don’t, I guarantee the results will not be as strong was they could be.

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    Fight Night: Lighting Athletes
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    The Art of Street Shooting



    Street photography is the most exciting genre I’ve ever shot. In my debut article for Shutter, I look at the history and some of the basics of this ever-evolving art form.

    Street photography is one of the earliest and broadest styles of photography. It’s also known as documentary, photojournalism and reportage.

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    The Art of Street Shooting