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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

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

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

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

Interesting Photo of the Day: ISS Long Exposure

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Interesting Photo of the Day: ISS Long Exposure Nineteen year old Marcus Cote is a college student and an amateur photographer based out of the Space Coast of Florida. He’s currently working on a 365 day photo challenge. This photo is a part of that ongoing process: On a day that the ISS was making a high angle and high magnitude pass, Cote set [… Read More at Picture Correct

Share if you’re ready for #Thanksgiving treats. Photo by Jaime Gonzales Profi…

500px Share if you’re ready for #Thanksgiving treats. 😋 Photo by Jaime Gonzales Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08Rz9H0 #500px #food #stilllife Read More at 500px

Yes, Using a Copyright Photo Without Permission Can Get You Sued…

PetaPixel Just because a photo is on Google doesn’t mean it’s free. Yes, Using a Copyright Photo Without Permission Can Get You Sued… Here’s a basic fact everyone should know: just because a photo appears in a Google search doesn’t mean it’s a free photo that you can use for any purpose. Read More at PetaPixel

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

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Meadow of Flowers on Mount St. Helens

PictureCorrect Photography Tips ISO 100, f/16 at 1/8 of a second Interesting Photo of the Day: A Meadow of Flowers on Mount St. Helens A carpet of brightly-colored flowers leads the eye toward the solitary tree, and the sun setting behind it on the Boundary Trail, Johnson Ridge Observatory, Mount St. Helens. Photographer Cody Wilson says he originally walked past this scene in his search for the perfect image. He wanted a shot with… Read More at Picture Correct

Douglas Croft Images’s awesome air show shot is our Photo of the Day. Read about…

Shutterbug Magazine Douglas Croft Images’s awesome air show shot is our Photo of the Day. Read about it & see a larger version here: http://bit.ly/2z3hpOl Read More at Shutterbug.com

Photo by 龙小独 Profile: #500px #nature

500px Photo by 龙小独 Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08RxV10 #500px #nature Read More at 500px

This Guy Photoshopped a Crane Out of a Building Photo as a Challenge

PetaPixel Challenge accepted… This Guy Photoshopped a Crane Out of a Building Photo as a Challenge It’s amazing what can be done with Photoshop these days with simple techniques and a lot of patience. Case in point: UK-based photographer Denyer shared th Read More at PetaPixel

Is it lunchtime yet? Read about our Photo of the Day by Don Reynolds & see a lar…

Shutterbug Magazine Is it lunchtime yet? Read about our Photo of the Day by Don Reynolds & see a larger version here: http://bit.ly/2wSl1Sz Read More at Shutterbug.com

Affinity Photo for iPad updated to iOS11 for speedy drag & drop workflow

DIYPhotography Multiple file drag and drop comes to Affinity Photo for iPad on iOS11 Affinity Photo for iPad updated to iOS11 for speedy drag & drop workflow Affinity Photo for iPad has rapidly become the hot favourite for editing images on the go. It’s a fantastic piece of software that’s extremely powerful. It contains the same processing engine as the popular Mac and Windows versions, but it’s optimised for the iPad hardware. Now, Affinity Photo for i… Read More at […]

Photo Tip of the Day: See Something Cool & Not Sure What It Is? Shoot First, Figure It Out Later

Shutterbug Magazine This image is not what you think it is. Photo Tip of the Day: See Something Cool & Not Sure What It Is? Shoot First, Figure It Out Later It’s entirely possible that this particular light display happens frequently in a particular Mission Viejo, California, house. It’s also very likely it attracts no attention. But on a certain April day in 2016, G. Dan Mitchell was in the house, Read More at Shutterbug.com

Did you see Erick Castellon’s stellar Photo of the Day over the weekend? Larger …

Shutterbug Magazine Did you see Erick Castellon’s stellar Photo of the Day over the weekend? Larger version here: http://bit.ly/2xuUD2c Read More at Shutterbug.com

Interesting Photo of the Day: Italy’s Mystical Dolomites

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Interesting Photo of the Day: Italy’s Mystical Dolomites The Dolomites, found in Italy’s northern Alps, are 18 mind-boggling peaks of vertical rock walls, steeples, densely packed valleys and hidden fossils that evidence Mesozoic systems from 250 million years ago, protected by the UNESCO World Heritage Convention. Prone to landslides and floods, the Dolo… Read More at Picture Correct

Famous Greek Monastery Bans Foreign Weddings Due to One Raunchy Photo

PetaPixel This is why we can’t have nice things. Famous Greek Monastery Bans Foreign Weddings Due to One Raunchy Photo Foreign weddings are now banned on a famous monastery on the Greek island of Rhodes after a British couple decided to shoot a raunchy wedding photo and sha Read More at PetaPixel

Interesting Photo of the Day: Attack of the Italian Pigeon

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Interesting Photo of the Day: Attack of the Italian Pigeon If you’ve ever visited Piazza San Marco in Venice (or any European square, for that matter), you’ve no doubt stood dumbfounded at the sight—the historic, beautiful architecture, the people, the vast number of… pigeons! Here, one tourist got quite the photobomb by one said pigeon, and it’s hilarious:… Read More at Picture Correct

Sebastiano Massimino’s Photo of the Day is a fine art beauty. Read about how he …

Shutterbug Magazine Sebastiano Massimino’s Photo of the Day is a fine art beauty. Read about how he captured it & see a larger version here: http://bit.ly/2hxVGXo Read More at Shutterbug.com

From the Gridiron to the Photo Studio: Lessons From the Huddle

Fstoppers What can football teach us about photography? From the Gridiron to the Photo Studio: Lessons From the Huddle Whether you live in a football-crazed nation like America, or are beholden to the whim as another sport, nothing is more exciting than the start of a new season. As the kickoffs are underway, I think today I’ll take it from the gridiron to the studio with a few lessons I learned in the huddle. Read More at Fstoppers

The 7 commandments for successful photo walks

DIYPhotography Do you follow these commandments in your photo walks? 🙂 The 7 commandments for successful photo walks In the last year, I’ve walked probably more than 2000 miles with my camera. I love photo walks, because they are so meditative. There is also great excitement when you get home to look at the photos, to see if you caught any great ones. It adds a dimension of extra beauty and flow to your regular lo… Read More at DIY […]

Reduce Your Photo Editing Time: Tips & Techniques

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Reduce Your Photo Editing Time: Tips & Techniques Don’t you wish you could spend less time going through hundreds of photos and get to the nitty-gritty of editing more quickly? Check out this eye-opening tutorial by photographers Rachel Gulotta and Daniel Inskeep. They give us a whirlwind tour of the software and methods they use to cut their editi… Read More at Picture Correct

A tranquil & beautiful Photo of the Day by Joshua T. Moore. Read about it & see …

Shutterbug Magazine A tranquil & beautiful Photo of the Day by Joshua T. Moore. Read about it & see a larger version here: http://bit.ly/2xBqNsS Read More at Shutterbug.com

A Drone Photo of Trees Knocked Down After a Storm

PetaPixel Unexpected art. A Drone Photo of Trees Knocked Down After a Storm Earlier this month, a storm named Xavier pounded Europe and caused extensive damage. A day after the storm, photographer Julian Stratenschulte took his cam Read More at PetaPixel

Photo Lighting Tips: Here Are Our Favorite Lighting Tools and Techniques

Shutterbug Magazine The right lights! Photo Lighting Tips: Here Are Our Favorite Lighting Tools and Techniques You can set up a home studio in any space, such as my 11×15-foot basement room (with that odd angle cut out of the wall) that gives a dedicated space to work and store my lighting gear—lights, reflectors, scrims, and backgrounds. It’s where I photographed Pamela Simpson in a kind of pseudo low-key i… Read More at Shutterbug.com

Photo Basics: This Super Helpful 2-Minute Tip on Color Space Will Change Your Photography (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Simple and powerful is a great combination. Photo Basics: This Super Helpful 2-Minute Tip on Color Space Will Change Your Photography (VIDEO) The more we understand about the inner workings of our camera, the better our images will be, right? In the video below, you‘ll see a quick demonstration of how a simple Color Space setting can have a dramatic impact on your photography. Read More at Shutterbug.com

60-Second Lighting Trick: Make Photo Subjects Look Thinner Without Changing Their Diet (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Your models will thank you! 60-Second Lighting Trick: Make Photo Subjects Look Thinner Without Changing Their Diet (VIDEO) We’re all familiar with the notion that the camera adds 10 pounds to people in our photos. Rather than debating the veracity of that claim, we’d thought we’d share the following video from SLR Lounge, describing a simple lighting technique for making portrait subjects appear thinner. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Follow These 7 Commandments for Great Photo Walks and Be a Better Photographer (VIDEO)

Shutterbug Magazine Thou shall not ignore these great tips! Follow These 7 Commandments for Great Photo Walks and Be a Better Photographer (VIDEO) There are often interesting photo opportunities lurking just outside one’s front door, and in the video below you’ll learn how to shoot great images on your next journey around the neighborhood. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Our Photo of the Day from yesterday by Iswar Biswal is a stunning pano of Alaska…

Shutterbug Magazine Our Photo of the Day from yesterday by Iswar Biswal is a stunning pano of Alaska. Learn more about the photo here: http://bit.ly/2ycZEj7 Read More at Shutterbug.com

Photographer Creates the Illusion of Invisibility in Trippy Photo Series Invis…

Exposure Guide Photographer Creates the Illusion of Invisibility in Trippy Photo Series http://goo.gl/s2dKv7 Invisibility occurs when an object cannot be seen. An object in this state is referred to as being ‘invisible.’ We often hear the term used in fantasy or science fiction, where things or even people are literally made unseeable via some means. ‘Invisibility perception’ is dependent on many optical and visual factors. For instance, invisibility depends on the eyes of the observer; or possibly the instruments being […]

Think Tank Photo TurnStyle V2.0 Sling Bag Review by the Bag Man

Shutterbug Magazine Jon “The Bag Man” Sienkiewicz looks at the latest sling-style camera bag from Think Tank Photo. Think Tank Photo TurnStyle V2.0 Sling Bag Review by the Bag Man Sling bags are one of the most versatile and comfortable ways to carry your cameras and lenses. Think Tank Photo upped the convenience level a couple notches when they introduced the TurnStyle series a few years back. In addition to providing easy conveyance and protection for your gear, the TurnSty… […]

Photo by Khlif Profile:

500px Photo by Khlif Profile: https://hubs.ly/H08xfbT0 Read More at 500px

Interesting Photo of the Day: Steel Wool Long Exposure in a Tunnel

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 30 second exposure at f/11 and ISO 200 Interesting Photo of the Day: Steel Wool Long Exposure in a Tunnel There are some pretty awesome light painting photos out there these days. Photographers are getting really creative with the tools they use to do the painting and the locations they set the images against. For this photo, Andrewlego72 uses a long exposure to capture an incredible moment in a tunnel…. Read More at Picture Correct

Explore Raymond Depardon’s Bolivia: PHOTO: Uyuni salt flats. Bolivia. 1997. ©…

Magnum Photos Explore Raymond Depardon’s Bolivia: http://bit.ly/2hXcQlo PHOTO: Uyuni salt flats. Bolivia. 1997. © Raymond Depardon / Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

This Photo of a Bear in a Dump Brought the Photographer to Tears

PetaPixel “This is the most heartbreaking image I’ve ever made.” This Photo of a Bear in a Dump Brought the Photographer to Tears Canadian photographer Troy Moth was on an assignment when a tip from a friend led him to a nearby landfill where bears had been spotted. After arriving and Read More at PetaPixel

How to Speed Up Your Photo Editing with the Right Lightroom Workflow

Digital Photography School Stop wasting time! Here’s how to speed up your Lightroom workflow How to Speed Up Your Photo Editing with the Right Lightroom Workflow Here is a quick tutorial to help you speed up your photo editing process by improving your Lightroom workflow. Read More at Digital Photography School

7 Unexpected Items That May Help with a Photo Shoot

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 7 Unexpected Items That May Help with a Photo Shoot This list by Peter McKinnon includes familiar items like duck clamps and gaff tape, but it also includes tools and contraptions you’re probably not so familiar with. So, without further ado, here are seven things that you should have with you at your next photo shoot: 1. Duck Clamps Duck clamps are… Read More at Picture Correct

Our Photo of the Day by Allan Pudlitzke has a great story behind it:

Shutterbug Magazine Our Photo of the Day by Allan Pudlitzke has a great story behind it: http://bit.ly/2kb99Jh Read More at Shutterbug.com