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Behind the Image: Protesting the Vietnam War with a Flower • Marc Riboud •Magnum Photos

Magnum Photos Today marks 50 years since Marc Riboud took the famous image that would become emblematic of the anti-war movement. Behind the Image: Protesting the Vietnam War with a Flower • Marc Riboud •Magnum Photos Today marks 50 years since Marc Riboud took the famous image that would become emblematic of the anti-Vietnam war movement Read More at Magnum Photos

Adobe Cloak is Content-Aware Fill for Video

PetaPixel Impressive. Adobe Cloak is Content-Aware Fill for Video Adobe demoed a number of technologies at Adobe MAX 2017 yesterday, including something called Cloak. It’s basically Photoshop’s Content-Aware Fill for vide Read More at PetaPixel

Anyone else look vaguely like this early in the morning? ️ “Stay away” by Micha…

500px Anyone else look vaguely like this early in the morning? ☠️ “Stay away” by Michael Knudsen Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08RwpW0 #500px #night Read More at 500px

“The Sigma 24mm F1.4 Art has excelled in every aspect of testing. It is DUMBFOUN…

Digital Photography School “The Sigma 24mm F1.4 Art has excelled in every aspect of testing. It is DUMBFOUNDINGLY SHARP across all apertures, presents low chromatic aberrations, and is virtually distortion free.” 📸 Read the full review > https://digital-photography-school.com/review-sigma-24mm-art-lens/ 📸 Grab it on Amazon > http://amzn.to/2wT4Y64 (affiliate) Read More at Digital Photography School

These 5 hidden Photoshop tips and tricks will help speed up your worklfow

DIYPhotography Did you know about all of these techniques? These 5 hidden Photoshop tips and tricks will help speed up your worklfow I’m a big believer in post workflow efficiency. Whether working with stills or video, one can never seem to get their workflow fast enough. And these days, we all spend far more time at the computer than we’d like. I know I do. I spent countless hours in Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere and other… Read More at DIY […]

Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Up from Down Under

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Up from Down Under “The best photos happen accidentally,” states Australian landscape photographer Anton Gorlin. While this statement may have some truth to it, it’s hard to deny that the creative eye and technical finesse of the artist played a significant part in materializing today’s featured image: Though Gorlin’s… Read More at Picture Correct

Photoshop Trick: Here’s the Fastest Way to Remove Ugly Color Casts from Photographs (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine One click is all it takes. Photoshop Trick: Here’s the Fastest Way to Remove Ugly Color Casts from Photographs (VIDEO) How often have you photographed a great-looking scene, only to find an ugly color cast in all or part of the image? These unwanted and annoying tints may occur with both digital and film cameras depending about the lighting conditions during a shoot. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Create Unique and Dramatic Black and White Images With This Technique

Fstoppers There are a ton of ways to make a black and white image. This method really stands out, though. Create Unique and Dramatic Black and White Images With This Technique There are approximately 2,374,890 (and counting) ways to create a black and white image. However, this technique stood out to me a bit for its ability to isolate the subject and create a very eye-catching look. Here’s how to accomplish it using Photoshop. Read More at Fstoppers

Today marks 100 years since the birth of American jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie….

Magnum Photos Today marks 100 years since the birth of American jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie. PHOTO: USA. 1981. © Guy Le Querrec/Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

Magnificent Photos that Capture the Vivid Colors of the Northern Lights Whilst…

Exposure Guide Magnificent Photos that Capture the Vivid Colors of the Northern Lights http://goo.gl/P3Mqxc Whilst in the midst of winter, and while going through the bitter storms and wet snowy streets, it is easy to overlook that winter can also bring with it profound beauty. The magnificent Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis embodies this, which is shot in lovely green hues by photographer Arild Heitmann. Read More at Exposure Guide

Dear Minted, About Your $100 In-Home Photo Shoots…

PetaPixel “Just stick with making freaking adorable cards.” Dear Minted, About Your $100 In-Home Photo Shoots… Dear Minted, I’ve been photographing families for seven years. Let me tell you; it’s been a long slog. I’ve learned so many things through the years that m Read More at PetaPixel

“Washington Square Man” by Manuel Orero Profile: #500px

500px “Washington Square Man” by Manuel Orero Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08Q-fg0 #500px Read More at 500px

For this of us who compare ourselves to others.

Digital Photography School For this of us who compare ourselves to others. Read More at Digital Photography School

This AI tool makes a 3D model from a single portrait photo

DIYPhotography Turn yourself into a character from The Sims 🙂 This AI tool makes a 3D model from a single portrait photo Creating a 3D model of someone’s face usually requires multiple shots taken from different angles. But researchers from the University of Nottingham and Kingston University have created an AI tool that makes it from a single portrait photo. The scientists describe the 3D face reconstruction as a “pr… Read More at DIY Photography

Pancake Lens Photo Techniques

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Pancake Lens Photo Techniques The concept of the pancake lens has interested me for a while now, so when Canon announced its 40mm pancake lens I bought one. So far it has proved a useful addition to my lens collection. But what exactly is a pancake lens? Is the lens as good in practice as I hoped? Here are […] Read More at Picture Correct

WARNING: This Simple Photoshop Compositing Trick May Blow Your Mind! (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Simplify your workflow. WARNING: This Simple Photoshop Compositing Trick May Blow Your Mind! (VIDEO) Photoshop instructor Unmesh Dinda isn’t given to hyperbole. So when he says, “This flabbergasting Photoshop trick will blow your mind and change the way you edit,” you know it must be good. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Why You Need to Attend PhotoPlus Expo 2017

Fstoppers Are you attending PPE? Why You Need to Attend PhotoPlus Expo 2017 An annual pilgrimage for those among us who relish in new gear and the latest in our industry, PhotoPlus Expo 2017 is right around the corner. Taking place a few weeks after New York Comic Con, from October 25 to October 28, the Javits Center transforms into a digital wonderland loaded with the late… Read More at Fstoppers

Are behind-the-scenes photos more valuable than the final product? The debate a…

500px Are behind-the-scenes photos more valuable than the final product? The debate and more in this week’s #photography news roundup: https://hubs.ly/H08RvQf0 #weekend #reading Read More at 500px

How to Use Plastic Wrap to Create Neat Color Special Effects

Digital Photography School A hack to help you take some special effects photography How to Use Plastic Wrap to Create Neat Color Special Effects Here is a neat trick on how to use ordinary plastic wrap from your kitchen to create some neat special effects with colors. Read More at Digital Photography School

This custom DIY shoulder rig will turn your camera into a video making monster for $200

DIYPhotography Do you use a shoulder rig, or do you prefer to go tripod? This custom DIY shoulder rig will turn your camera into a video making monster for $200 If you shoot video with DSLR or mirrorless cameras and you want to get serious, you really should consider a shoulder rig. They basically turn your camera from being Bruce Banner into The Hulk. You get so much more stability, capability and control. They’re more versatile and dynamic than a […]

What Makes a Photographer a Photographer?

PictureCorrect Photography Tips What Makes a Photographer a Photographer? With the technology of photography having evolved in leaps and bounds, with the whole process of image making having become inherently simple, the distinction between a photographer and an amateur camera-wielder has simply vanished. What was once nothing short of magic has become commonplace. But ha… Read More at Picture Correct

6 Pros Share Their Lighting Secrets for Better Portrait Photography

Shutterbug Magazine It’s all about the light. (Nice shot Tony Gale!) 6 Pros Share Their Lighting Secrets for Better Portrait Photography As people move through different stages of their life, photographic records of these events are the mainstay of the portrait… Read More at Shutterbug.com

10 Helpful Tips for Finding Models to Shoot

Fstoppers Looking for models to shoot? We can help! 10 Helpful Tips for Finding Models to Shoot You’ve got that fancy new lens and a great concept for a shoot, and now, all you need is a model. Finding models to collaborate with is an art in itself, and making sure you’re going about it the right way can be the difference between a successful shoot and a concept that is never brought to fruiti… Read More at Fstoppers

The Rohingya’s Desperate Journey Out of Myanmar

Magnum Photos The New Yorker shares Moises Saman’s work documenting the conditions Rohingya refugees are facing as they flee to Bangladesh. The Rohingya’s Desperate Journey Out of Myanmar The photojournalist Moises Saman was in Bangladesh this past week documenting the conditions Rohingya refugees are enduring as they flee. Read More at Magnum Photos

Canon Patents a Giant DSLR Flip Screen

PetaPixel Whoa. Canon Patents a Giant DSLR Flip Screen Canon has filed a patent in Japan for a giant flip screen for the rear display of professional-form DSLR cameras. First spotted by Canon Rumors, the patent Read More at PetaPixel

“Little Corona Sunet” by Austin Neill Profile: #500px #nature

500px “Little Corona Sunet” by Austin Neill Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08RyTq0 #500px #nature Read More at 500px

How to Use Manual Mode to Make Artistic Choices for Your Photography

Digital Photography School This will help you get out of Auto mode How to Use Manual Mode to Make Artistic Choices for Your Photography When learning photography, it can be tricky to understand how your DSLR works. Most of us started shooting in automatic because we did not know what we were doing when we switched our camera to manual mode. Basically, your DSLR has four main shooting modes, they are; Program (P), Manual (M), Apertur… Read More at Digital […]

Here are 5 ways to change the color of anything in Photoshop

DIYPhotography Here are 5 ways to change the color of anything in Photoshop Here are 5 ways to change the color of anything in Photoshop There are several ways to change colors of objects in Photoshop, and plenty of different objects you may want to change: clothes, hair color, light color, furniture and so on. Nathaniel Dodson from Tutvid has created a fantastic video that shows you five techniques for changing the color of differen… Read More at DIY Photography

The Importance of the Subject in Your Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips The Importance of the Subject in Your Photography I cannot emphasize how important it is to give your subject the place of importance in an image. Its correct placement and the removal of any competition only makes the photo more effective. Besides creating photographs that are truly memorable it gives an overall quality to your photos. Let’s try s… Read More at Picture Correct

Landscape Photo Challenge: One Lens, One Location, and Three Great Compositions (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Give this a try and lighten your load Landscape Photo Challenge: One Lens, One Location, and Three Great Compositions (VIDEO) Romanian nature photographer Toma Bonciu (AKA “Photo Tom”) is one of our favorite sources of quick and helpful videos for outdoor shooters. This episode is what you might call a “learning how to see” tutorial that will also unburden you of carrying extra gear. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Why Less Is More for Portrait Retouching

Fstoppers Keep it simple when retouching. Why Less Is More for Portrait Retouching I regularly get asked on Instagram how I edit my studio headshots and yet keep them looking natural. In truth I’ve spent years learning the intricacies of Capture One Pro, Photoshop, and the various retouching techniques that are frequently discussed. Read More at Fstoppers

US Urging Airlines to Ban Cameras in Checked Bags

PetaPixel Cameras may soon be banned in checked bags. US Urging Airlines to Ban Cameras in Checked Bags The U.S. government is urging airlines around the world to ban cameras, laptops, and other large personal electronic devices from checked luggage, citing t Read More at PetaPixel

“Samantha” by Antonett Ewan Profile: #500px #people

500px “Samantha” by Antonett Ewan Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08Rzw40 #500px #people Read More at 500px

Tips for Outdoor Macro Photography >>

Digital Photography School Tips for Outdoor Macro Photography >> https://digital-photography-school.com/5-quick-tips-outdoor-macro-photography/ Read More at Digital Photography School

This video shows that Nikon D850 autofocus tracking is as bad as everybody feared

DIYPhotography Looks like Canon and Sony shooters have nothing to worry about in this regard. D850 video AF tracking sucks. This video shows that Nikon D850 autofocus tracking is as bad as everybody feared For shooting stills, Nikon’s autofocus system is pretty solid. I’ve thought so for a long time. Even my ageing Nikon N90s could keep up just fine with most everything I’ve thrown at it. Several cameras later, I picked up a D300s. The 51 point predictive 3D […]

Lightroom vs. Photoshop: Which One is Right for You?

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Which program do you use most often? Lightroom vs. Photoshop: Which One is Right for You? Even if you’re starting out as a photographer, it’s likely that you’ve heard of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. Both are essential tools for image makers, and just about anyone will tell you that it’s worth your while to invest in one or both programs. However, if you’re just starting out, it can be… Read More at Picture Correct

Street Shooters: Here’s How to Shoot and Edit Dynamic “Look-Up” Photographs (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Learn the two most important words for street photography. Street Shooters: Here’s How to Shoot and Edit Dynamic “Look-Up” Photographs (VIDEO) Sooner or later every avid street photographer makes a simple but important realization: If you always point your lens straight ahead, you’re missing out on a whole realm of dramatic angles and interesting compositional opportunities. Read More at Shutterbug.com

2017 Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year

Fstoppers Do you like astrophotography? Check this out! 2017 Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year On September 14, 2017 the Royal Observatory Greenwich announced the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year awards. The Guardian writes of the awards, “Awe-inspiring views of the Universe were celebrated at the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2017 awards ceremony, held at the Royal Gre… Read More at Fstoppers

As It May Be • Mumkin • Bieke Depoorter • The Hague Museum of Photography • Magnum Photos

Magnum Photos An exhibition of Bieke Depoorter’s award-winning series ‘As it may be’ opens tomorrow at The Hague Museum of Photography. As It May Be • Mumkin • Bieke Depoorter • The Hague Museum of Photography • Magnum Photos An exhibition of the series As It May Be/Mumkin by Magnum photographer Bieke Depoorter takes place in the Netherlands Read More at Magnum Photos

High-Line Climbers Juxtaposed Against Mesmerizing Natural Backgrounds Pictured…

Exposure Guide High-Line Climbers Juxtaposed Against Mesmerizing Natural Backgrounds http://goo.gl/OnRG4t Pictured here are some gravity-defying, vertigo-inducing images of daredevils doing some highlining. This ‘sport’ is part of what is generally referred to as slacklining, defined as “the use of a form of webbing that is tensioned between two anchor points to balance.” Read More at Exposure Guide