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How to Photograph Landscapes

By NYIP Staff on July 6th, 2010

Editor's note:This article is the first of two. Readers should bear in mind that there is no simple formula for landscape photography. There is no one way to approach the…

Basic Model Release

By NYIP Staff on June 19th, 2010

One of the most frequent requests we get from photographers who visit NYIP is for information and samples of Release Forms. We can take a hint! Here's a general Release…

Teach Your Toddler How to Take Photos

By Richard Martin on June 15th, 2010

New York City professional photographer Richard Martin has accomplished many things over his career. Richard spent a decade working as an NYIP Student Advisor and still contributes articles to NYIP…

Father's Day Photos

By Chuck DeLaney on June 2nd, 2010

Here's a really great father-and-son photo. While not every Dad can ride a unicycle, NYIP student L. Wildman took advantage of strong side lighting and used the panning technique to…

Photographing the BP Oil Spill

By NYIP Staff on June 2nd, 2010

Jim Edds is a 1996 graduate of the New York Institute of Photography; his great success as a photographer comes not only from his skill and hard work, but also…

Photography Amplified with Audioboos

By Chris Corradino on June 2nd, 2010

Do you want to be heard? I mean really heard? If so, then listen up as we've got a solution for you! After launching in March of 2009, a London…

Color Management Made Easy

By Richard Martin on June 1st, 2010

"The colors in my prints don't match the colors on my computer monitor" is a complaint we often hear from students. The solution, in a nutshell, is a color-managed workflow.…

How to Take Great Baby Photos

By NYIP Staff on May 8th, 2010

Editor's Note:Here's the first of a two-part feature on how to photograph babies and young children. In this article, we concentrate on babies and toddlers. In our second piece we…

Picture of the Month Bridesmaid

By Jerry Rice on May 8th, 2010

At NYIP we teach our students a simple Three-Step Method for setting up every photograph they shoot: Step 1. Know your subject. Step 2. Focus attention on your subject. Step…

Lunar Eclipse Photos

By NYIP Staff on May 2nd, 2010

Weather permitting, a total eclipse of the Moon will be visible in most of North America on December 20 and 21. The eclipse will start in the early morning of…