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How to Use Photoshop to Correct Perspective Distortion of Buildings in Your Images

Digital Photography School In this tutorial we talk about fixing distortion in Photoshop. How to Use Photoshop to Correct Perspective Distortion of Buildings in Your Images Follow these steps to learn how to use Photoshop to help correct perspective distortion of architecture and buildings in your images. Read More at Digital Photography School

Photography Composition Essentials: Depth or Perspective

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Photography Composition Essentials: Depth or Perspective If your photograph engages a viewer for more than five seconds, it means it has something for the viewer to look into. If we brush aside the story part and strictly look into the aesthetic aspects of a photograph, what composition rule or principle is actually responsible for all that viewer’s atten… Read More at Picture Correct

Here’s a unique perspective for our “Holiday’s theme from Bob Larson who explain…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a unique perspective for our “Holiday’s theme from Bob Larson who explains the shot: “Christmas lights strung up to form a Christmas tree on the outside of a concrete structure outside a church in Sun City, AZ. I went inside and shot straight up at f/22 to get the lights to shine like stars.” Read More at Shutterbug.com

Using a Wide-angle Lens with Wildlife for a New Perspective

Digital Photography School Wildlife Photographers: here’s some tips on using wide-angle lenses in your work Using a Wide-angle Lens with Wildlife for a New Perspective Tips for using a wide-angle lens to get more unique and interesting wildlife photos. Read More at Digital Photography School

Photo Series ‘Morning Views From The Tent’ Offers Unique Perspective on Landscap…

Exposure Guide Photo Series ‘Morning Views From The Tent’ Offers Unique Perspective on Landscape Photography http://goo.gl/1x1LbO You can skin a tent and a good view in more than one way, as Oleg Grigoryev demonstrates in his Morning Views from the Tent series. Read More at Exposure Guide

Beautiful Aerial Perspective Shows Impact of Human Beings on the Natural Environ…

Exposure Guide Beautiful Aerial Perspective Shows Impact of Human Beings on the Natural Environment http://goo.gl/UO04o3 Photographer Bernhard Lang’s Aerial Views Adria is a series that he shot while taking to the skies to document the sea of humanity on the beaches off the Mediterranean coast. What he is able to show is that in the perspective of height and distance we are all tiny creatures of much less significance than we perceive. The Adriatic Sea is where Byzantine, Roman, and […]

A perspective on British Army pomp and ceremony, captured by Stuart Franklin in …

Magnum Photos A perspective on British Army pomp and ceremony, captured by Stuart Franklin in 1987. Part of This is Britain, a selection of Magnum Collection posters exclusively available on the Magnum Store. Link in bio or at http://bit.ly/TIBposters. © Stuart Franklin / Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

How vanishing points work and how to apply them in photoshop for perfect perspective

DIYPhotography How vanishing points work and how to apply them in photoshop for perfect perspective http://bit.ly/2bIljpT How vanishing points work and how to apply them in photoshop for perfect perspective Hold on, we are going to show you what’s that weird point inside your transformation is. As most of the people who are doing image manipulation art, I find myself struggle with backgrounds – especially when it comes to creepy surreal backgrounds. I was building my own room in Photoshop […]

Enchanting Images of Our Planet from an Astronaut’s Perspective #space #sp…

Exposure Guide Enchanting Images of Our Planet from an Astronaut’s Perspective http://goo.gl/CpJs7M #space #spacephotography #astronaut #spaceshiptwo Read More at Exposure Guide

How to use vanishing point perspective in Photoshop to add graphics to a surface

DIYPhotography How to use vanishing point perspective in Photoshop to add graphics to a surface http://bit.ly/2e5S8hi How to use vanishing point perspective in Photoshop to add graphics to a surface The actual title for the latest video tutorial by Phlearn is “How to create a Packaging Design Mockup in Photoshop”, but it’s so much more than that. There is no doubt that the ability to create product packaging mockups is valuable. Maybe we’re doing it for ourselves, or ma… Read […]

Broaden your perspective in an intensive five-day workshop with Magnum photograp…

Magnum Photos Broaden your perspective in an intensive five-day workshop with Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata in Tokyo this October. Apply by Sept 21st: http://bit.ly/TokyoWorkshop PHOTO: Naples, Italy. 2003. © Antoine D’Agata/Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

Great composition and perspective by Arnab Dutta for our Photo of the Day. Read …

Shutterbug Magazine Great composition and perspective by Arnab Dutta for our Photo of the Day. Read about the image here: http://bit.ly/2cQMFot Read More at Shutterbug.com

These Composite Photos Put the Size of Massive Things in Perspective

PetaPixel Photos that show you just how big BIG things really are. These Composite Photos Put the Size of Massive Things in Perspective Without a frame of reference, it’s impossible to conceptualize how massive the world’s largest oil tanker, the world’s deepest mine, or a B-2 bomber’s wing Read More at PetaPixel

Broaden your perspective with a five-day intensive workshop with Antoine D’Agata…

Magnum Photos Broaden your perspective with a five-day intensive workshop with Antoine D’Agata in Tokyo next month. Apply now: http://bit.ly/TokyoWorkshop PHOTO: Japan. 2004. © Antoine d’Agata/Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

Lightroom CC Adds Guided Upright Tool For Correcting Perspective In Photos

Popular Photography This is a feature many Lightroom users have been eagerly awaiting. Lightroom CC Adds Guided Upright Tool For Correcting Perspective In Photos The new Guided Upright tool in Lightroom CC offers controlled perspective correction Read More at Popular Photography

An Exercise to Improve Your Perspective as a Photographer

PictureCorrect Photography Tips An Exercise to Improve Your Perspective as a Photographer Everyone usually has humble beginnings as a photographer, and they’ll be sure to tell you that fact when asked. Finding ways to improve involve going out to shoot whatever interests you and finding multiple ways to do so. Photographer David Bergman has some tips on how to be a better photographer by… Read More at Picture Correct

Using Depth of Field and Perspective for Better Composition

Digital Photography School Tips for using depth of field to create beautifully composed images. Using Depth of Field and Perspective for Better Composition We all know this problem. You take a picture of a beautiful scene but it just doesn’t turn out the way you want. Something is missing. It usually isn’t a matter of your camera or the settings you are applying. But what is it then? The question at hand is how do you get from … Read […]

Interesting Photo of the Day: It’s All About Perspective

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Interesting Photo of the Day: It’s All About Perspective Finding the right perspective for each photo isn’t rocket science. It also isn’t a proven science or method. Rather, it depends on the photographer and the message they want to portray in their image. A straight on shot of a subject can be bland if there’s nothing to it. Instead, you can explore the… Read More at Picture Correct

Examples of Perspective Change for More Dynamic Images

Digital Photography School This tutorial features photography advice from Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi! Examples of Perspective Change for More Dynamic Images There’s a line in Return of the Jedi that has always struck me as particularly insightful, especially considering its inclusion in a movie filled with a two-ton slug-shaped bounty hunter and a planet full of fighting teddy bears. In a conversation with his former mentor Obi-Wan Kenobi, newly-minte… Read More at Digital Photography School

Give your pictures a new perspective. Learn more on how to make 360 interior sho…

500px Give your pictures a new perspective. Learn more on how to make 360 interior shots on 500px ISO: http://hubs.ly/H07PWV_0 Picture by Dave Fitzsimmons Profile: http://hubs.ly/H07PXGD0 #500px #360Photography #InteriorPhotography #PhotographyTutorial Read More at 500px

Move Your Feet to Change Your Photography Perspective

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Move Your Feet to Change Your Photography Perspective Perspective doesn’t change the same way when you zoom your lens versus when you move your feet (zoom with your feet). Understanding this difference can help you overcome challenges when you’re out in the field shooting. This video from The Slanted Lens demonstrates how to change your perspective and… Read More at Picture Correct

We love the perspective in this Photo of the Day by Joshua T Moore. Read about i…

Shutterbug Magazine We love the perspective in this Photo of the Day by Joshua T Moore. Read about it & see a larger version here: http://bit.ly/2pctheM Read More at Shutterbug.com

Mobile photo editor Snapseed gets a UI facelift and new perspective correction tool

DIYPhotography What do you think of Snapseed’s new lighter look? Mobile photo editor Snapseed gets a UI facelift and new perspective correction tool Google have released a new version of Snapseed with a drastically overhauled user interface. Version 2.18 is available for both iOS and Android. You know Snapseed, it’s the reason Google bought Nik Software. A company which offered a fantastic suite of desktop tools Google then abandoned. They say t… Read More at DIY Photography

Unique Perspective of Iceland Filmed Through a Pentax 67 Waist-Level Viewfinder

Here’s a neat video filmed from a unique perspective. Unique Perspective of Iceland Filmed Through a Pentax 67 Waist-Level Viewfinder Inspired by a video created by Maison Carnot, Photographer and Videographer Andrew Szeto created a memorable Iceland travel video by shooting through his Pentax 67’s waist-level viewfinder. Stating that he “wanted to bring something different to the table” while visiting the popular photography dest… Link to the full Fstoppers Facebook post

Composition: Getting the Perfect Perspective

Composition: Getting the Perfect Perspective There’s a list of ‘rules’ regarding what makes a good composition and a pleasing image. Things like the golden ratio, the golden spiral, and the rule of thirds. What you have to keep in mind, though, is that these ‘rules’ are merely guidelines that work in certain scenarios. Understanding these rule… Link to the full Popular Photography Facebook post

Perspective in Your Photo Compositions

Perspective in Your Photo Compositions Throughout history, paintings have undergone a distinct revolution. When two-dimensional paintings were no longer popular, artists had figured out different ways to allow the third dimension to impact the painting. We call that third dimension “perspective,” and it’s just as important in photography… Link to the full Popular Photography Facebook post

Exploring London’s tube from the perspective of local street photographers. Read…

Exploring London’s tube from the perspective of local street photographers. Read more on the 500px blog: https://hubs.ly/H08Fmf10 Photo: “Night Tubes” by Arif Jawad Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08Fmf20 #500px Link to the full 500px Facebook post

As Rosh Hashanah begins, Patrick Zachmann and Abbas present authored perspective…

As Rosh Hashanah begins, Patrick Zachmann and Abbas present authored perspectives on the annual Jewish pilgrimage to Uman: http://bit.ly/2xvXHNu PHOTO: Jewish orthodox pilgrims coming from all over the world, gather in the former jewish area to celebrate the anniversary of Rabbi Nachman. Uman, Ukraine. September 2015. © Patrick Zachmann / Magnum Photos Link to the full Magnum Photos Facebook post

10 Tips for Photographing Babies

10 Tips for Photographing Babies Most regular Digital Photography School readers are aware that a month ago I became a Dad. Our new son’s name is Xavier (you’ll get to know him over the course of this tutorial). I’ve previously written about the topic of photographing babies and children from the perspective of someone who has had his services engaged … read more at digital-photography-school.com  

How to Correct Lens and Perspective Distortion Using Only Lightroom

Buildings looking strange in your shots? We can help! How to Correct Lens and Perspective Distortion Using Only Lightroom If you’ve ever been out and about and taken a photo of a tall building with a wide angle lens, you’ve probably noticed a weird phenomenon in which buildings appear to be falling away from you or into the center of the frame. This helpful video will show you how to correct perspective distortion usin… Link to the full Fstoppers story

Correct Skewed Perspective in Architectural Photos with These Easy Lightroom Tricks (VIDEO)

Watch this video and get it straight. Correct Skewed Perspective in Architectural Photos with These Easy Lightroom Tricks (VIDEO) Photographing tall buildings is often a difficult task that results in a skewed perspective with structures appearing to fall away and vertical lines converging. That’s because we often have to use wide-angle lenses and point the camera upward to capture the entire scene. Link to the full Shutterbug Magazine story

Using PC Lenses (Perspective Control, Not Politically Correct) in Fashion and Portrait Photography

Have you tried this? Using PC Lenses (Perspective Control, Not Politically Correct) in Fashion and Portrait Photography Perspective Control lenses for SLR cameras were developed primarily for architecture, interior, and still-life photography applications. PC lenses simulate some of the movements and control that photographers can get from a view camera. They are great for keeping lines parallel and subjects in focus… Link to the full Fstoppers story

Reflections are a great way to give your photos a different perspective. Join ou…

Reflections are a great way to give your photos a different perspective. Join our 500px Reflections Quest for a chance to win a MeFOTO GlobeTrotter tripod. Participate at: http://hubs.ly/H07BbXT0 Picture: “Mt Taranaki” by Ronnie Li. For more of Ronnie’s work, visit: http://hubs.ly/H07Bb1G0 #500px #500pxQuests #PhotographyMonth Link to the full 500px story

What’s So Normal About a Normal Lens?: There’s Really a Lot of Variation in Standard Lenses

Y B Normal? What’s So Normal About a Normal Lens?: There’s Really a Lot of Variation in Standard Lenses Karen Shostak inspects the hieroglyphics at the Temple of Hatshepsut in Egypt. The natural perspective of a normal lens helps to connect the environment and the subject. © Seth Shostak It wasn’t so long ago when every camera came with what’s called a normal lens. This, of course, didn’t refer to its… Link to the full Shutterbug Magazine story

Maps and Other Photographers To Locate Your Landscape Locations

Using Google Maps and Other Photographers To Locate Your Landscape Locations | Fstoppers We have all been there: you see an image online that gives you the best perspective of a location but you have no idea exactly where it is located. Sometimes the photographer lists the location on social media, but more often they leave you wondering where exactly they were standing. Last week I set out to film a time-lapse of one of the most photographed skylines in the […]

Tunnels Of Love

These are some of the most amazing pictures of a subway system I have ever seen. So how does one turn a metro system into something visually captivating? Well, it certainly doesn’t hurt when the subject is an architectural phenomenon as are the case in Chris Forsyth’s images. However, all train stations, new and old, have elements that can be pleasing or interesting to the eye. To start, train stations are loaded with interesting parallel lines that all lead to somewhere. […]

Buildings And Institutions Will Not Shape Your Child’s True Potential

At What Cost Does Our Current System Of Education Come? The developed world spends billions of dollars on education and is continuously moving the goal post on what is expected from our children. Absolutely, we should challenge our children’s potential. God created us with expandable capabilities, skills, and talents. So, we need to be all that we can be (As individuals, and not machines of course). But, have we stopped to think “at what cost” does this investment come? We […]

Exhausted On The Corporate Ladder? Climb This First…

Everything in life is relative. If we are open-minded, our perspective is constantly changing which is the way we were designed. As we learn and grow the more we know. A closed mind interferes with this process and makes us vulnerable to prejudice, ignorance, and neglect. Neglect for all the blessings in our life because we are not willing to know and appreciate the world around us. Many of us are at a stage in life where “climbing the corporate […]

You Say I Am Orphan; I Say I Am Loved!

By Greg Pai Inspired By Andrea Mani Photo Credit: Andrea Mani This is a time of the year where many feel lonely or empty.  Especially those who have no family to speak of. Our hearts have to place orphans at the top of that list. What we learn from this story inspired by Andrea Mani, is that we are all orphans if we don’t connect with and depend on God. Orphans have seemingly perfected that connection and dependence as a means of […]

The World According To The World. A Frightening Look.

Whatever belief system you subscribe to, I think most of us can agree that civilization is becoming increasingly self-destructive. I suppose we may have been more barbaric in the distant past (and that may be debatable). Yet, has man’s creation of increasingly complex systems including government, finance & economics, health & medicine, organized religion, education, agriculture, commerce, technology, science, communications, media, and transportation, promoted progress for the human race? Is progress leaving anyone behind? Are we eradicating sickness and poverty; improving the quality, […]