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Only two days left to sign up for the Zurich documentary photography workshop wi…

Magnum Photos Only two days left to sign up for the Zurich documentary photography workshop with Stuart Franklin. Master of documentary photography Stuart Franklin, and author of one of the most iconic photographs of the twentieth century – the ‘tank man’ in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, 1989, is offering a one day intensive masterclass with a small group of photographers. During the workshop Stuart Franklin will lead two seminars exploring the history and future of documentary photography and photojournalism, reflecting on […]

Congrats Hiroki Inoue, NatGeoTravel Photographer of the Year 1st Place Nature wi…

500px 🎉Congrats Hiroki Inoue, NatGeoTravel Photographer of the Year 1st Place Nature winner: https://goo.gl/Ocb83O Read More at 500px

Join us at Barbican Centre for an exploration of the history of the photobook wi…

Magnum Photos Join us at Barbican Centre for an exploration of the history of the photobook with Martin Parr: http://bit.ly/2etshfh The event, which is part of the Magnum Photos Now series, also marks the launch of ‘Magnum Photobook: A Catalogue Raisonné’. PHOTO: Publisher Robert Delpire with a double exposure of Inge Morath, who is captured in the photograph behind her Leica camera. 1956. © Rene Burri/Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

The Magnum Square Print Sale is coming on October 31st! For 5 days only you wi…

Magnum Photos The Magnum Square Print Sale is coming on October 31st! For 5 days only you will be able to buy signed and estate-stamped, museum quality Magnum prints for just $100, exclusively from the Magnum shop. Sign up to the newsletter on https://shop.magnumphotos.com to be the first to know when the sale goes live. Read More at Magnum Photos

SPECIAL – all our eBooks are drastically reduced for the next 36 hours. Which wi…

Digital Photography School SPECIAL – all our eBooks are drastically reduced for the next 36 hours. Which will you pick up? Read More at Digital Photography School

Striking Black and White Street Photography Examples A typical photographer wi…

Exposure Guide Striking Black and White Street Photography Examples http://goo.gl/W8dr7P A typical photographer will take several years exploring the many niches in photographic style before arriving at a creative personality. This is a time consuming process where the truly artistic will assimilate, dispose, combine and ultimately create what hopefully is original. #street #photography #photooftheday Read More at Exposure Guide

10 Common Portrait Retouching Mistakes

Don’t make these mistakes! 10 Common Portrait Retouching Mistakes Whether you’re just getting started on portrait retouching or have been at it for a little while, there comes a time when you will realize you’re doing it all wrong (I know I did). The list of things that can go potentially awry in the beginning is massive, so I’ve narrowed it down to 10 amateur mis… Link to the full Fstoppers story

Meet 500px Brand Ambassador Oscar Nilsson ‘Oscarwastaken’! Oscar is a photograph…

Meet 500px Brand Ambassador Oscar Nilsson ‘Oscarwastaken’! Oscar is a photographer and social media creative currently based in San Francisco. He works with small and big brands on on-going projects and smaller activations. His photos include Travel, lifestyle, product, aerial, video, influencer work among others. Check out his 500px profile at http://hubs.ly/H0888sR0 #500px #BrandAmbassador Link to the full 500px story

“The incredible pleasure of photography is that you have to be there to do it.”…

“The incredible pleasure of photography is that you have to be there to do it.” David Hurn made several trips to Arizona between 1979 and 2001, turning his inimitable eye to the daily life of the Arizonians he encountered: http://bit.ly/2fb3h0M PHOTO: The marching bands are always led by baton twirlers, who practice their acrobatics before the actual march takes place. Preparation for the annual Christmas parade in Phoenix, Arizona. 1979. © David Hurn / Magnum Photos Link to the full […]

Here’s a Free Photoshop Course in 33 Videos

A free Photoshop course for beginners. Here’s a Free Photoshop Course in 33 Videos Want to learn Photoshop from the very beginning? Here’s a beginner’s guide by TastyTuts will let you jump-start your post production skills. It’s a se Link to the full PetaPixel story

The Surprising By-Products of Combating Phone Addiction

Are you addicted to your phone? The Surprising By-Products of Combating Phone Addiction Let’s face it, we all use our phones a little too often. The average person checks their device over 100 times a day. For this reason, I decided to use a fairly unknown hidden function on most smartphones to help curb my habits. Not only did it help tremendously, but it also brought some unexpected… Link to the full Fstoppers story

How Pro Sports Photographer Brad Mangin Makes Money Selling Baseball Photos Shot with His iPhone

Smart thinking from Brad Mangin. How Pro Sports Photographer Brad Mangin Makes Money Selling Baseball Photos Shot with His iPhone Josh Donaldson, then of the Oakland A’s, now with the Toronto Blue Jays, at spring training, 2014, in Phoenix. “I was lying on the ground with the tiny lens of my iPhone poking through a hole in the netting of the batting cage,” Brad Mangin says. “I wanted a picture that combined some action with th… Link to the full […]

The StandInBaby Is a Practice Dummy For Infant Photography—No, Seriously

The StandInBaby is a Kickstarter for a baby-sized dummy with which you can practice newborn photography The StandInBaby Is a Practice Dummy For Infant Photography—No, Seriously Link to the full Popular Photography story

Five Tips for Becoming a Successful Landscape Photographer

Landscape photographer? Watch this! Five Tips for Becoming a Successful Landscape Photographer Landscape photography is a weird genre: there are no people, and unlike something like product photography, it’s pretty much up to you to choose what to shoot and how to shoot it. So, it can often feel a bit nebulous as to how one navigates a world veritably inundated with imagery, particularly when… Link to the full Fstoppers story

Review: The Sony a9 is the Camera of a Wedding Photographer’s Dreams

“What a camera. So, so good. This is everything a wedding photographer has been dreaming of.” Review: The Sony a9 is the Camera of a Wedding Photographer’s Dreams Until 2016, I had photographed weddings using nothing but Nikon cameras. First the D90, then D700, D3s, D4 and then the D4s (while dabbling with the D800, Link to the full PetaPixel story

Canon 1D X Mark II: A Pro-Grade DSLR With 16 FPS Still Shooting and 60 FPS 4K Video

The Canon 1D X Mark II shoots 4K video at 60 FPS and full-res still photos with AF up to 16 FPS Canon 1D X Mark II: A Pro-Grade DSLR With 16 FPS Still Shooting and 60 FPS 4K Video Link to the full Popular Photography story

Nikon D850 Could Be First DSLR with a Hybrid Viewfinder, Rumor Says

This could be a game-changer. Nikon D850 Could Be First DSLR with a Hybrid Viewfinder, Rumor Says The first photos of the upcoming Nikon D850 leaked yesterday, and quite a few features and specs were gleaned from them. But there’s one speculation that c Link to the full PetaPixel story

Five Sources of Creative Inspiration

Get inspired! Five Sources of Creative Inspiration Inspiration is something we all wrestle with as creatives. Where do our ideas come from? Why can’t we simply come up with them on the fly? Why do we wake up at three o’clock in the morning with the perfect shoot planned out? How can we get more of these kinds of ideas? Let’s look at a few things tha… Link to the full Fstoppers story

Photographing a $2,500,000 Car with a $50,000 Camera

NYC required police to be present during this photo shoot. Photographing a $2,500,000 Car with a $50,000 Camera How would you go about photographing a $2.5 million car? That’s the challenge photographer Richard Thompson faced last year when he was tasked with shootin Link to the full PetaPixel story

Point Of View or Contention?

How do we make our different points of view blend and bend so they meet end to end?

This is the Canon 6D Mark II

Behold. This is the Canon 6D Mark II We’re about a week away from when Canon will reportedly announce the new 6D Mark II DSLR (June 29), but today we’re finally getting a first look at the cam Link to the full PetaPixel story

Transforming a Boring Photo Into a Dramatic One With Photoshop

How to turn a dull photo into photo art. Transforming a Boring Photo Into a Dramatic One With Photoshop The mere mention of image manipulation may make some photographers cringe, but there’s no denying that some skill with Photoshop can enable you to complete Link to the full PetaPixel story

Explore Diàna Markosian’s ‘Mornings (With You)’ on Magnum: PHOTO: Mornings (Wi…

Explore Diàna Markosian’s ‘Mornings (With You)’ on Magnum: http://bit.ly/2sGEoif PHOTO: Mornings (With You) © Diana Markosian / Magnum Photos Link to the full Magnum Photos story

Greg Pai On “The Voice of the Heart” and photographingGOD Podcast

Journey with photographingGOD founder and photographer, Greg Pai as he leads you through the perils of “the voice of the world” that distances us from our natural existence and connection with God as it defines, informs, and motivates us. Greg suggests an alternative voice that speaks from our hearts. And it was this very voice that inspired Greg to launch photographingGOD.

Do You Have A Train To Catch?

I know. Easier said than done. But how true and profound. Why are we so preoccupied with getting to the destination and so little attention is given to the journey. From when we are young, we are hammered to get good grades so we can go to a good college. We are convinced we need to do well in college so we can get a good job. We strive to do well at our job so we can climb the ladder. We […]