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TURKEY. Kabatas. 1972. © Ara Guler/Magnum Photos.

Magnum Photos TURKEY. Kabatas. 1972. © Ara Guler/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

The Rule of Doubles: A Modern Version of the Reciprocal Rule for Getting Sharp Photos

Fstoppers Want sharp photos? Here’s a great rule to follow. The Rule of Doubles: A Modern Version of the Reciprocal Rule for Getting Sharp Photos We all like to keep our ISO as low as possible to get high-quality shots, but that often means lowering the shutter speed to the point where we’re toeing the line of sharp photos. This helpful video will give you a good rule for making sure you can still get sharp images. Read More at […]

Want to Get Your Photos Published in Magazines? Here’s How

Fstoppers Want to get your work published? Watch this. Want to Get Your Photos Published in Magazines? Here’s How Seeing your photos you’ve worked hard on on a screen is great, but opening a magazine to see them in print provides a very different, tangible sense of pride and satisfaction. This great video will walk you through the process of getting your photos published. Read More at Fstoppers

Cull Your Photos Carefully – 5 Steps to Follow Before You Hit Delete

Digital Photography School Do you cull your photos or keep them all? Here’s a little checklist of things to consider before you delete your images. Cull Your Photos Carefully – 5 Steps to Follow Before You Hit Delete How do you cull your photos down from 100s or even 1000s to something usable? Here are 5 steps to follow before you delete forever. Read More at Digital Photography School

Waterfall Photos: 10 Tips for Photographing Water

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Waterfall Photos: 10 Tips for Photographing Water The highest waterfall in the world is Angel Falls in Venezuela, South America. It measures 3,212 ft (979 meters). Getting a good photo of Angel Falls could be a challenge simply because it is so high. You have to get the right lens—probably a wide angle lens—and you must find the right position from… Read More at Picture Correct

How I Shot These Photos With the Profoto Magnum Reflector

Fstoppers We’ll teach you how to shoot photos like these! How I Shot These Photos With the Profoto Magnum Reflector As is the case with most photographers, I have my usual go-to light modifiers that I know are a safe choice and can guarantee usable shots. However, sometimes, you need to step out side the box. Read More at Fstoppers

9 Annoying Types of Instagram Photos

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 9 Annoying Types of Instagram Photos I love Instagram, it’s the service that brings everybody closer to photography—easy to use and catchy, it gives anyone the chance to let their imagination run loose and create unique, stunning shots that can be shared at a tap. But with so many people using Instagram, it’s hard not to notice some re… Read More at Picture Correct

5 Tips for Better Landscape Photos

Digital Photography School Some simple yet practical tips for those starting out in landscape photography. 5 Tips for Better Landscape Photos Landscape photography seems simple to most people – there’s a pretty scene, you walk in, take a couple shots and you’re done … and chances are that you end up with a version of the scene that everyone else has.  So how do you take your “snapshot” to the next level?  Other than the “s… Read More at Digital […]

Step Into a Fairytale With These Photos

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Step Into a Fairytale With These Photos Fairy tales are stories of things that happened, as they always say, a long time ago. They show us the world of magic and untold mysteries. These fairy tale photos can make a story all on their own. If a photograph is worth 1,000 words, what do you think these photographs say? Do you have […] Read More at Picture Correct

West Germany. 1958. Center of Ruhr. © Erich Lessing/Magnum Photos.

Magnum Photos West Germany. 1958. Center of Ruhr. © Erich Lessing/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

France. Basque Country. 1957. Solar furnace. © Rene Burri/Magnum Photos.

Magnum Photos France. Basque Country. 1957. Solar furnace. © Rene Burri/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

5 Tips to Take Less Photos of Everything and Take More Photos That Mean Something

Digital Photography School Ever returned from a trip with thousands of photos and wonder why you took them? Here are 5 tips on how to take less (but more compelling) images. 5 Tips to Take Less Photos of Everything and Take More Photos That Mean Something How many photos do you have from a recent holiday, that you just haven’t had time to organize? Or, have you come back from a dream vacation and your photos just don’t seem to […]

Magnum Photos and the Environment. Two events during #COP21 in #Paris to addre…

Magnum Photos Magnum Photos and the Environment. Two events during #COP21 in #Paris to address climate change. ‘We Are The Power, We Are The Change,’ an exhibition by the United Nations Environment Programme and Magnum Photos at the Palais de L’Homme open until January 4. Meanwhile, #Dysturb paints the town in Magnum Photos’ work. Plus, a Magnum-curated series of ENVIRONMENTAL-themed prints, in the Magnum Store: http://bit.ly/EnvironmentalPrints USA. 1968. Robert Kennedy funeral train from ENVIRONMENTAL, which explores the relationship between photography […]

Join the Magnum Foundation for a poverty-focused conversation with Magnum Photos…

Magnum Photos Join the Magnum Foundation for a poverty-focused conversation with Magnum Photos nominee, Matt Black, on Monday, December 7, 7 PM at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in NYC – http://bit.ly/MagnumFNDBlack. Earlier this year, Matt Black was the recipient of the 2015 W. Eugene Smith Award, for his series, Geography of Poverty. USA. Alpaugh, California. 2013. Farmworker camp. Alpaugh has a population of 1,026 and 55.4% live below the poverty level. © Matt Black/Magnum Photos. Read […]

Magnum Photos and the Environment explore climate change in two events for #COP…

Magnum Photos Magnum Photos and the Environment explore climate change in two events for #COP21 in #Paris. ‘We Are The Power, We Are The Change,’ an exhibition by the United Nations Environment Programme and Magnum Photos at the Palais de L’Homme, open until January 4: http://bit.ly/UNEPClimateChallenge. Meanwhile, freelance photojournalism community, #Dysturb, paints the town in Magnum Photos’ imagery. See a Magnum-curated series of ENVIRONMENTAL-themed prints in the Magnum Store: http://bit.ly/EnvironmentalPrints Trinidad. Cocos Bay. 2014. This house collapsed due to coastal […]

Magnum Photos and the Environment. Two events during #COP21 in #Paris. ‘We Are…

Magnum Photos Magnum Photos and the Environment. Two events during #COP21 in #Paris. ‘We Are The Power, We Are The Change,’ an exhibition featuring climate change issues by the United Nations Environment Programme and Magnum Photos at the Palais de L’Homme open until January 4. Meanwhile, #Dysturb paints Paris in Magnum Photos’ imagery. Plus, a Magnum-curated series of ENVIRONMENTAL-themed prints, in the Magnum Store: http://bit.ly/EnvironmentalPrints G.B. Wales. Brecon Beacons. Wild pony colt. 1974. From ENVIRONMENTAL. (© David Hurn /Magnum Photos) […]

How to Take Great Photos of Your Christmas Tree: 7 Easy Tips

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Take Great Photos of Your Christmas Tree: 7 Easy Tips It’s that time of year again. Christmas is upon us. Your tree is all decorated and presents are piled up underneath. So how do you take photos of your Christmas tree? Here are a few tips: 1. Don’t use flash. Although this may seem counter-intuitive, if you use a flash, it’ll evenly light the tree, [… Read More at Picture Correct

Magnum Photos and the Environment. Two great events during #COP21 in #Paris. ‘…

Magnum Photos Magnum Photos and the Environment. Two great events during #COP21 in #Paris. ‘We Are The Power, We Are The Change,’ an exhibition addressing climate change by the United Nations Environment Programme and Magnum Photos at the Palais de L’Homme open until January 4: http://bit.ly/UNEPClimateChallenge. Meanwhile, Dysturb paints the town in Magnum Photos’ imagery. Plus, a Magnum-curated series, of ENVIRONMENTAL-themed prints, on the Magnum Store: http://bit.ly/EnvironmentalPrints Vietnam. Binh Dinh. 2015. Harvesting stage of rice fields. (© Chien-Chi Chang/Magnum Photos […]

Address climate change with Magnum Photos in our Environmental series and two ev…

Magnum Photos Address climate change with Magnum Photos in our Environmental series and two events during #COP21 in #Paris. ‘We Are The Power, We Are The Change,’ an exhibition by the United Nations Environment Programme and Magnum Photos at the Palais de L’Homme open until January 4. Meanwhile, #Dysturb paints the town in Magnum Photos’ work. Plus, a Magnum-curated series of ENVIRONMENTAL-themed prints, in the Magnum Store: http://bit.ly/EnvironmentalPrints Ukraine. Shyrokyne. 2015. Shyrokyne front line, a key step for pro-Russian forces […]

Norway. 2011. © Stuart Franklin/Magnum Photos.

Magnum Photos Norway. 2011. © Stuart Franklin/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

The Most Amazing Photos from SpaceX’s Historic Rocket Landing

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Congrats SpaceX!!! Incredible show! Everyone in our office was going crazy watching the livestream! The Most Amazing Photos from SpaceX’s Historic Rocket Landing The future is now, folks. On Monday, December 21, 2015, SpaceX launched the Falcon 9 rocket—carrying 11 satellites—from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. It successfully deployed the satellites and returned back to land for a vertical landing, making history—and some pretty impressive pho… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Make Yourself Look Really Good in Photos

Fstoppers Taking some self portraits? Watch this. How to Make Yourself Look Really Good in Photos It’s not easy taking photos of yourself, but it’s a really great way to connect with people and show them who you are. So when someone who has over 500,000 online followers tells you her secrets to looking great in selfies, it’s a great opportunity to learn. Read More at Fstoppers

6 Tips on How to Capture Great Fireworks Photos on New Year’s

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 6 Tips on How to Capture Great Fireworks Photos on New Year’s Why use relatively long exposures to photography fireworks? This is simply because long exposures can capture the burst of fireworks, producing moving streaks against the dark sky. Using long exposures will indeed produce stunning effects. Read More at Picture Correct

Top 10 WeeklyFstop Photos: Water

Fstoppers Check out this week’s winners! Top 10 WeeklyFstop Photos: Water This week’s theme on the WeeklyFstop was something we all need but rarely appreciate as much as we should. Our readers got their feet wet with an awesome top ten list all featuring photos of water. Read More at Fstoppers

FilmToaster lets you use your DSLR to digitize film photos

DIYPhotography FilmToaster lets you use your DSLR to digitize film photos http://bit.ly/1Q7aN8t FilmToaster lets you use your DSLR to digitize film photos Even if you’re a film photographer, it’s likely that at some point you will need to digitize your negatives. While Scanning is the optimal solution in terms of resolution and quality, it’s also possible to use a digital camera to take a picture of the negative, effectively giving you a true digital negative to work with. This isn’t […]

Seven Tips for Getting Better Photos With Your Wide-Angle Lenses

Fstoppers Grab your wide angle and get to work! Seven Tips for Getting Better Photos With Your Wide-Angle Lenses For every tool, or in this case lens, there is often a best case usage. However, breaking the rules and using your lenses in unconventional ways not only makes you a more creative photographer but also more prepared when a shoot or idea doesn’t go as planned. Read More at Fstoppers

How to Shoot Defocused Firework Photos

PetaPixel This is how it’s done. How to Shoot Defocused Firework Photos I’m photographer David Johnson, and in this tutorial I’ll be sharing how I shoot long-exposure photos of defocused fireworks. Gear List Canon EOS 5D Mark Read More at PetaPixel

Court Rules Copying Photos Found on Internet is Fair Use

PetaPixel No. Court Rules Copying Photos Found on Internet is Fair Use A Virginia district court has made a decision that photographers won’t be happy to hear: the court ruled that finding a photo on the Internet and then Read More at PetaPixel

500px Nukes 1M+ Creative Commons Photos

PetaPixel Sad day. 500px Nukes 1M+ Creative Commons Photos 500px just shut down its Marketplace stock photo platform in favor of selling photos directly through Getty Images and VCG, as the company announced a Read More at PetaPixel

Leaked photos reveal Sigma is set to release fast 50-100mm f/1.8 Art lens

DIYPhotography Leaked photos reveal Sigma is set to release fast 50-100mm f/1.8 Art lens http://bit.ly/1SEUMqK Leaked photos reveal Sigma is set to release fast 50-100mm f/1.8 Art lens Sigma already has a steady collection of ‘Art’ lenses on the market, but it looks like they have a few more up their sleeves for 2016. According to newly leaked photos and information, Sigma is set to release a 50–100mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art lens on February 23rd, 2016. As can be […]

View the iconic work of Magnum Photos’ Erich Lessing in ‘Lessing presents Lessin…

Magnum Photos View the iconic work of Magnum Photos’ Erich Lessing in ‘Lessing presents Lessing’, at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City till January 3rd. http://bit.ly/1GcmssH. France. Paris. Trocadero square. 1951. West-German chancellor Konrad Adenauer and French High-Commissioner in Germany Andre-Francois Poncet walking towards the Eiffel Tower during Adenauer’s first visit to Paris. © Erich Lessing/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

Kirby Jenner Got Cropped Out Of Too Many Celebrity Photos: An Interview

DIYPhotography Kirby Jenner Got Cropped Out Of Too Many Celebrity Photos: An Interview http://bit.ly/1SMoPfY Kirby Jenner Got Cropped Out Of Too Many Celebrity Photos: An Interview In late summer 2015, Kirby Jenner emerged in Instagram. By his own testimony, he is the twin brother of Kendall Jenner, their sister model and celebrity star Kim Kardashian. The pictures on the account of the mustached twin brother left no doubt about the authenticity of his story. We have an exclusive interview with […]

How to Shoot Photos of Flying Food

PetaPixel This is how flying food photos are shot. How to Shoot Photos of Flying Food Want to learn how to create a “flying food” photo without actually making food travel through the air? Food photographer Skyler Burt of We Eat Together Read More at PetaPixel

How-To: Create Dreamy Portrait Photos With a Tilt-Shift Lens

Popular Photography How-To: Create Dreamy Portrait Photos With a Tilt-Shift Lens http://trib.al/iYDRrMD How-To: Create Dreamy Portrait Photos With a Tilt-Shift Lens Photographer Heidi Browne shares her tilt-shift technique for creating surreal portraits Read More at Popular Photography

These Photos Show Why Everyone Wants to Go to Iceland

PetaPixel “The beauty of the country is simply out of this world…” These Photos Show Why Everyone Wants to Go to Iceland Iceland is booming. More than 2 million tourists visit Iceland every year. This comes as no surprise. As I am regularly guiding tours in Iceland, I have Read More at PetaPixel

The Winning Photos of Nat Geo’s Travel Photographer of the Year 2018

PetaPixel The best travel photos of 2018. The Winning Photos of Nat Geo’s Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 National Geographic has announced the winning photos of its popular Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 photo contest. The grand prize was awarded to Read More at PetaPixel

Don’t Get Tunnel Vision or You’ll Miss Some of Your Best Photos

Fstoppers Don’t miss opportunities. Don’t Get Tunnel Vision or You’ll Miss Some of Your Best Photos As photographers, we’re often taught to preconceive images, as this ensures that we can effectively realize our creative visions, anticipate issues, and generally take more control over the process of shooting compelling imagery. Still, we shouldn’t become so fixated that we overlook other great opp… Read More at Fstoppers

X-ray Beams Can Recover Lost 19th-Century Photos

PetaPixel Whoa. X-ray Beams Can Recover Lost 19th-Century Photos There’s a new photo recovery technique that may help humanity recover some of the world’s oldest photographs that were previously considered to be damaged Read More at PetaPixel

Looking back at the work of Magnum Photos in 2015 for International #MigrantsDa…

Magnum Photos Looking back at the work of Magnum Photos in 2015 for International #MigrantsDay: Syrians waiting to complete their registration in Mytilini, Lesbos. September 2015. © Paolo Pellegrin/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

Photos of Divers with Massive Schools of Fish

PetaPixel The ocean is beautiful. Photos of Divers with Massive Schools of Fish Mexican photographer and social anthropologist Anuar Patjane uses his photos to drive attention to the beauty of Earth’s oceans. In his impressive Read More at PetaPixel