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“I always get involved with my subjects more than most people…This is the pure…

Magnum Photos “I always get involved with my subjects more than most people…This is the purest documentary thing I’ve done.” – David Alan Harvey, ‘Tell it like it is.’ In 1967 Harvey traveled to Norfolk, VA to live with the Liggins family. Join us for a weekend takeover with works from the series featuring their story and his. Follow the link http://bit.ly/TellitLikeitIsHarvey to order a signed collector’s edition. (© David Alan Harvey/Magnum Photos). Read More at Magnum Photos

Diving by Fred de Geus:

500px Diving by Fred de Geus: https://goo.gl/WYltbt Read More at 500px

7 Ways You’re Using Your Camera Wrong

Digital Photography School 7 Ways You’re Using Your Camera Wrong 👉 https://digital-photography-school.com/using-your-camera-wrong-7-errors-to-avoid/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hummingbird Swarm

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Interesting Photo of the Day: Hummingbird Swarm They say patience is a virtue and patience really pays off when you have a hummingbird feeder. Photographer Brian Maffitt set up an angled mirror attached to a tripod under his hummingbird feeder and waited patiently. Using a remote shutter release he would take a burst of shots every time a bird ca… Read More at Picture Correct

Tony Zeljeznjak did a beautiful job capturing this serene scene for our “Monochr…

Shutterbug Magazine Tony Zeljeznjak did a beautiful job capturing this serene scene for our “Monochrome” theme. Read More at Shutterbug.com

The Best Way to Safely Clean Your Camera’s Sensor

Fstoppers Here’s how to clean that delicate sensor in your camera. The Best Way to Safely Clean Your Camera’s Sensor If you’re scared of damaging your camera’s sensor by cleaning it yourself, this short video will show you exactly how to do it and remove any fears you might have. Read More at Fstoppers

New Gear: Zeiss Otus 1.4/85 Lens Takes Aim at High-End Portrait Photographers

Popular Photography If you’re a portrait photographer, make sure you don’t drool on your keyboard. New Gear: Zeiss Otus 1.4/85 Lens Takes Aim at High-End Portrait Photographers The second lens in the Otus series goes a little bit longer Read More at Popular Photography

“In this case it was a cooperative family. Mom and dad, kids and they were cool …

Magnum Photos “In this case it was a cooperative family. Mom and dad, kids and they were cool about it. Of course I didn’t tell them that I was going to live with them for a month. I just told them I wanted to take a few pictures.” – David Alan Harvey, from the series ‘Tell it like it is.’ Order here http://bit.ly/TellitLikeitIsHarvey for a signed collector’s edition now available in the Magnum store. (© David Alan Harvey/Magnum Photos). Read […]

Rhino by Andre Villeneuve:

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5 Camera Bags That Every Travel Photographer Will Need At Some Point

Digital Photography School Travel Photographers: How many of these do you own and use? ❶ Day Bag ❷ Hiking Bag ❸ Sling Bag ❹ Toploader ❺ Hard Case We look at each and why they’re important in this new article 5 Camera Bags That Every Travel Photographer Will Need At Some Point If you are a travel photographer, having the right camera bag in each situation is a key to success. Here are 5 types of bags you may need […]

An Expert Guide to Macro Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips An Expert Guide to Macro Photography Macro photography is one of the most exciting photographic genres. Unlike, say, travel photography, where everybody and their brother has a decent picture of the Eiffel Tower, a macro lens allows photographers to explore the details of miniature worlds that normally go unnoticed by the human eye, of… Read More at Picture Correct

Lytro announces A first ever Light field virtual reality camera – Immerge

DIYPhotography Lytro announces A first ever Light field virtual reality camera – Immerge Lytro announces A first ever Light field virtual reality camera – Immerge Lytro just announced the first ever Light field virtual reality camera. This is an interesting shift in direction for a company that on one really got what they were doing. While their previous cameras were somewhat gimiky, this new camera may actually have real application in the emerging VR production world. Immerge, a spherical camera […]

Here’s a gorgeous image for our “Monochrome” theme by Thibault Roland.

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a gorgeous image for our “Monochrome” theme by Thibault Roland. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Everything You Need to Know About ISO

Fstoppers Learn about one of the most fundamental camera parameters. Everything You Need to Know About ISO Along with the aperture and shutter speed, ISO is one of the three fundamental components that controls light and exposure, but many people don’t quite get it. This video will help answer all your ISO questions. Read More at Fstoppers

New Gear: Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 Medium Format Digital Camera System

Popular Photography Lots of awesome, but pricy camera gear announcements this morning. Now, where’s our Mega Ball ticket…? New Gear: Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 Medium Format Digital Camera System Another medium format camera maker gets in on the CMOS business Read More at Popular Photography

Browse through the first solo UK exhibition of work by Magnum Photographer Harry…

Magnum Photos Browse through the first solo UK exhibition of work by Magnum Photographer Harry Gruyaert this month. His work helped to define a new territory for color photography: an emotive, non-narrative, and boldly graphic way of perceiving and communicating the world. http://bit.ly/1L2pupf Image: USA. Las Vegas. Ice cream parlour. 1982. © Harry Gruyaert/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

A Date in the Park by Raed Ammari Photographer:

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A reality check for those wanting to go pro with their photography

Digital Photography School A reality check for those wanting to go pro with their photography 👉 https://digital-photography-school.com/myths-realities-becoming-professional-photographer/ Read More at Digital Photography School

10 Free Photography Hacks

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 10 Free Photography Hacks As the golden adage goes, if you can find it for free, why pay? In this case, you don’t get it absolutely free though. You have to invest some of your precious time and a few raw materials that you’ll probably find gathering dust somewhere in your home. Confused as to what are we referring […] Read More at Picture Correct

DJI’s Concept Phantom X Presents the Future of Drones

DIYPhotography DJI’s Concept Phantom X Presents the Future of Drones DJI’s Concept Phantom X Presents the Future of Drones The future has never seemed less exciting. A new video released by DJI presents the Phantom X Concept drone, including a bunch of new(ish) and (kinda) useful technology. Claiming to “turn wide-eyed dreams of future possibilities into fact”, the Phantom X includes multi-angle shooting, artificial intelligence, obstacle avoidance and free-flight object tracking. Enlisting help from companies and brands such as Adobe, […]

Jana Luo captured some beautiful reflections on the beach in this image for our …

Shutterbug Magazine Jana Luo captured some beautiful reflections on the beach in this image for our “Monochrome” theme. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Seven Helpful Tips for Taking Sharper Photos

Fstoppers We all want sharper photos. Seven Helpful Tips for Taking Sharper Photos There are several things you have to get right to create a sharp photograph, and the lack of even one of them can ruin what might have otherwise been a great shot. This helpful video will give you seven tips to help you take sharper images. Read More at Fstoppers

Incredible Photos of Iceland’s Erupting Volcano

Popular Photography When nature shows off, someone is there to capture it Incredible Photos of Iceland’s Erupting Volcano A daring photographer captures the view of the Holuhraun eruption Read More at Popular Photography

#India. Uttarakhand. Haridwar. (© A. Abbas/Magnum Photos)

Magnum Photos #India. Uttarakhand. Haridwar. (© A. Abbas/Magnum Photos) Read More at Magnum Photos

Skin and Thorns by Mara Saiz Gomis:

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Some Cool Tools For Editing Your Photos Inside ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2018

Digital Photography School COOL TOOLS for Processing Your Images with ACDSee Studio Ultimate 2018 Some Cool Tools For Editing Your Photos Inside ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 For a one-stop-shop program at a cost-effective price (and no subscription model), ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate has a lot of benefits. Looking to get started in managing your photos, processing RAW images, and more in-depth editing, this is a good place to start. Here are some of the cool tools insi… Read More […]

Depth of Field in Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Depth of Field in Photography Depth of field is still something of a mystery to some photographers. In this simple guide Dylan A Bennett unravels it’s complexity by showing in a simple diagrammatic form, the various aspects of this very important photographic effect: So what is depth of field? The area in focus, in front and beh… Read More at Picture Correct

three Two Amazing Composites By DIYP Readers

DIYPhotography three Two Amazing Composites By DIYP Readers three Two Amazing Composites By DIYP Readers About three weeks ago, we asked you to go and use the free resources in our Image Manipulation Store to create the best image that you can for a chance to win $250 credit to the store. The idea was to use a bunch of free CC-BY licensed backplates, images, and textures along with your own photo to create a wonderful composite. We had this […]

Steven W. Looney captured this stunning image for our “Monochrome” theme: The gl…

Shutterbug Magazine Steven W. Looney captured this stunning image for our “Monochrome” theme: The glass-like calm of a marina in Safety Harbor, Fl. Read More at Shutterbug.com

A Beginner’s Guide to What the Focal Length of a Lens Really Is

Fstoppers What does focal length really mean? A Beginner’s Guide to What the Focal Length of a Lens Really Is We all have a fairly intuitive grasp of what focal length is in relation to taking photos: higher numbers mean more zoom. But what actually is the focal length of lens? This great video will show you what it is and what consequences it has on the lenses you choose and the photos you take. Read More at Fstoppers

A Brief History of Photokina: The World’s Biggest Camera Tradeshow

Popular Photography Photokina is a fascinating thing if you’re a true camera and photography nerd. Here’s some historical perspective. A Brief History of Photokina: The World’s Biggest Camera Tradeshow A look back at the long and quirky history of what happens when the photography world convenes in Germany Read More at Popular Photography

Belgium. Antwerp. 1992. #Carnival. (© Harry Gruyaert/Magnum Photos)

Magnum Photos Belgium. Antwerp. 1992. #Carnival. (© Harry Gruyaert/Magnum Photos) Read More at Magnum Photos

Skyline by Sam Assadi:

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10 Ideas for Photographing Nature in your Backyard

Digital Photography School How to photograph nature in your backyard 10 Ideas for Photographing Nature in your Backyard If you’re at a loss for what to photograph, here are 10 ideas to help you get outside and find some nature to photograph. Read More at Digital Photography School

This Brilliant Los Angeles Hyperlapse Looks Like Magic

PictureCorrect Photography Tips This Brilliant Los Angeles Hyperlapse Looks Like Magic These days, anyone can produce a timelapse or hyperlapse with a little bit of effort. But once in a while a brilliant example of a photographer’s passion and dedication is published online in the form of stunning footage that simply transgresses the borders of definition. Words can hardly do justice… Read More at Picture Correct

How To Properly Design A Mirrorless Camera

DIYPhotography How To Properly Design A Mirrorless Camera How To Properly Design A Mirrorless Camera It seems that with the rise of phone and mirrorless, DSLRs are dying, or with eve of DSLRs comes a new dawn of mirrorless cameras. But many still argue that Mirrorless is not there yet. To all those advocates, commercial photographer and educator Ming Thein has some ideas on where mirrorless should be going to become completely mainstream domination. Here is the interesting bit though […]

Here’s a gorgeous shot for our “Monochrome” theme. Photographer Craig Bill expla…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s a gorgeous shot for our “Monochrome” theme. Photographer Craig Bill explains: “The Sierra Nevada Mountain range has been a source of inspiration for photographers and other artists for generations. This mountain range runs 400 miles north-to-south, and is approximately 70 miles across east-to-west. Notable Sierra features include Lake Tahoe, Mount Whitney at 14,505 ft the highest point in the contiguous United States, and Yosemite Valley carved by glaciers out of 100-million-year-old granite. The Sierra Nevada range is […]

How to Use Tone Curves to Make Quick and Powerful Edits in Lightroom and Photoshop

Fstoppers Curves are one of the most powerful editing tools out there. How to Use Tone Curves to Make Quick and Powerful Edits in Lightroom and Photoshop When you’re working in either Lightroom or Photoshop, there are often many paths to the same destination, but some are more efficient and straightforward than others. This great video will show you everything you need to know about using curves. Read More at Fstoppers

David Godlis’ Secret New York of the 1970s

Popular Photography This is an interesting interview, but the old photos from CBGB are worth a click on their own (From: American Photo) David Godlis’ Secret New York of the 1970s A forthcoming photo book of the early CBGB scene Read More at Popular Photography

Life’s a Beach! There is no better artist than Martin Parr to conjure up the con…

Magnum Photos Life’s a Beach! There is no better artist than Martin Parr to conjure up the contemporary world and depict tourism practices in the system of globalization. In his series Life’s a Beach, Martin Parr deals with the subject matter in a humorous fashion and the utmost tenderness in countries as diverse as Brazil, Japan, Great Britain, Spain and Australia. Check out the exhibit now until January at Palais Lumière in Évian-les-Bains, France. http://bit.ly/LifesaBeachParr FRANCE. Evian. Piscine. 2015. © […]

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