21. April 2021
von Serge Ramelli
Kommentare deaktiviert für Five Beginner Lightroom Editing Tips to Dramatically Improve Your Photos

Five Beginner Lightroom Editing Tips to Dramatically Improve Your Photos

Want to get the best out of your photos this year? Using one photo as an example — a photo I took in Paris with a Canon 5D Mark II to prove it can be done with a camera of nearly any age — I will show five easy tips that will make dramatic di… Read the rest “Five Beginner Lightroom Editing Tips to Dramatically Improve Your Photos”

19. April 2021
von Alessandro Soranzo
Kommentare deaktiviert für Selfie Culture: What Your Choice of Camera Angle Says About You

Selfie Culture: What Your Choice of Camera Angle Says About You

Over the past decade, selfies have become a mainstay of popular culture. If the #selfie hashtag first appeared in 2004, it was the release of the iPhone 4 in 2010 that saw the pictures go viral. Three years later, the Oxford English Dictionar… Read the rest “Selfie Culture: What Your Choice of Camera Angle Says About You”

19. April 2021
von Azriel Knight
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Look Back at the Canon EOS-1, the First Pro EOS Camera

A Look Back at the Canon EOS-1, the First Pro EOS Camera

Announced at a press conference in June 1989 in Bar Harbor, Maine, the Canon EOS-1 was a 35mm SLR meant to be a turning point in professional cameras.

Canon did away with traditional controls in favor of a push-button system, utilized ultras… Read the rest “A Look Back at the Canon EOS-1, the First Pro EOS Camera”

17. April 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für iPhone 13 Leak Shows Bigger Camera, iPhone 14 Said to Have 48MP Sensor

iPhone 13 Leak Shows Bigger Camera, iPhone 14 Said to Have 48MP Sensor

Apple looks set to beef up the iPhone camera in various ways over the next couple of years. New leaks are revealing plans for an even larger camera module on the back and a massive 48MP image sensor within.

CAD Leaks Show Bigger Bump on the iPhon

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12. April 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für No, You Can’t Take Great Pictures Without Knowing Light

No, You Can’t Take Great Pictures Without Knowing Light

Without light, there is no picture. Knowing how to use light to your advantage can help you in any genre of photography, from landscape to portrait.

What does photography mean in the simplest terms? Well, the Greek roots of the word suggest pRead the rest “No, You Can’t Take Great Pictures Without Knowing Light”

10. April 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für Camera Gear You Should Never Buy Used

Camera Gear You Should Never Buy Used

I previously wrote an article on some of the gear that photographers can buy used and how I saved $15,000 doing so. It feels wrong for me to buy any new gear — like I’m burning money when doing so. That said, here are a few photograph… Read the rest “Camera Gear You Should Never Buy Used”

5. April 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographer Using Video Game Photo Modes to Teach Photo Skills

Photographer Using Video Game Photo Modes to Teach Photo Skills

If you’re a video game enthusiast who’s also trying to get into photography, Texas-based photographer Miles Morales has a creative new video series for you: he’s teaching photography skills through the photo modes i… Read the rest “Photographer Using Video Game Photo Modes to Teach Photo Skills”

5. April 2021
von Alan Adler
Kommentare deaktiviert für How Much Does Lens Sharpness Matter? Less Than You May Think

How Much Does Lens Sharpness Matter? Less Than You May Think

Many of us enjoy quality. Be it a car or a lens, there’s a pleasure in using quality things. And in the case of lenses, how perceivable is the quality of the images captured?

The research for this article was prompted by my “lust&#… Read the rest “How Much Does Lens Sharpness Matter? Less Than You May Think”

31. März 2021
von Brian Matiash
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

A few weeks ago, I was speaking with a good friend — who is also a heck of a photographer — about the pros and cons of using creative profiles and presets as part of your photo editing workflow. His stance was unambiguous and straig… Read the rest “How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop”

31. März 2021
von Sean Gallagher
Kommentare deaktiviert für What It Was Like Photographing China’s Extreme Sandstorm

What It Was Like Photographing China’s Extreme Sandstorm

On Monday, March 15, 2021, a record-breaking sandstorm descended on northern China, engulfing cities including the Chinese capital, Beijing. In recent decades, northern China has suffered from sandstorms as a result of increasing des… Read the rest “What It Was Like Photographing China’s Extreme Sandstorm”

31. März 2021
von Jay P. Morgan
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Guide to Traveling with Lithium-ion Batteries as a Photographer

A Guide to Traveling with Lithium-ion Batteries as a Photographer

I’m photographer Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens. In this video and article, we’re going to take a look at batteries. What you can fly with, what you feel comfortable checking in your check bags, what you should carry on with you, an… Read the rest “A Guide to Traveling with Lithium-ion Batteries as a Photographer”

29. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für NFTs Explained on SNL with an Eminem Rap Parody

NFTs Explained on SNL with an Eminem Rap Parody

Non-fungible tokens in cryptocurrency have made a splash in the art world in recent days. If you’re out of the loop and don’t have time to read an in-depth explainer on what NFTs are, check out this humorous 3.5-minute Eminem ra… Read the rest “NFTs Explained on SNL with an Eminem Rap Parody”

29. März 2021
von Mattia Bicchi
Kommentare deaktiviert für Four Ways to Make Money With Timelapse Photography

Four Ways to Make Money With Timelapse Photography

Shooting timelapse is certainly a lot of fun, but trying to sell them and make money is an entirely separate story. So that leads to the question: how can you monetize the planning, time spent shooting, and the effort of editing hundreds or th… Read the rest “Four Ways to Make Money With Timelapse Photography”

27. März 2021
von Janette Greenwood
Kommentare deaktiviert für How Black Americans Used Portraits and Family Photos to Defy Stereotypes

How Black Americans Used Portraits and Family Photos to Defy Stereotypes

Unstable. Criminal. Impoverished. Absentee fathers. Neglectful mothers. “A tangle of pathology,” as the Moynihan Report, a 1965 study on Black poverty, put it. For decades, the Black family has been denigrated as dysfunctional.

When mRead the rest “How Black Americans Used Portraits and Family Photos to Defy Stereotypes”

26. März 2021
von Christopher Burkett
Kommentare deaktiviert für Answering an Age-Old Question: What Makes a Great Print?

Answering an Age-Old Question: What Makes a Great Print?

When I attempt to make a great photographic print, what do I look for? What process do I go through to make the image as perfect as possible? I have spent 40 years making my exhibition-quality Cibachrome prints and I’d like to explain what goes … Read the rest “Answering an Age-Old Question: What Makes a Great Print?”

24. März 2021
von Jay P. Morgan
Kommentare deaktiviert für A 50mm Lens is All You Really Need in Landscape Photography

A 50mm Lens is All You Really Need in Landscape Photography

I’m photographer Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens. In this video and article we’re going to take a look at why a 50mm lens is the only lens you need for landscape photography.

You might wonder why I say that? Well, when I was shooting wi… Read the rest “A 50mm Lens is All You Really Need in Landscape Photography”

23. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Studying These Tiny, Fast Insects Required Shooting at 73,000 FPS

Studying These Tiny, Fast Insects Required Shooting at 73,000 FPS

Dr. Adrian Smith is well-known for this slow-motion study of insect species and that skill set was perfect for a detailed study of insects known as “springtails.” They normally move so fast that normal cameras, as well as the h… Read the rest “Studying These Tiny, Fast Insects Required Shooting at 73,000 FPS”

18. März 2021
von Brian Matiash
Kommentare deaktiviert für How To Set Up Back-Button Autofocus And Why You Should

How To Set Up Back-Button Autofocus And Why You Should

I really do enjoy taking my time to get to know my new camera. One of the most effective ways to do that is to dive deep into the camera’s menu and begin customizing everything to meet my needs and requirements. Of all the settings that I en… Read the rest “How To Set Up Back-Button Autofocus And Why You Should”

18. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nat Geo Photographer Gets Swarmed by Bugs, Keeps On Shooting

Nat Geo Photographer Gets Swarmed by Bugs, Keeps On Shooting

National Geographic photographers can find themselves in all kinds of strange and uncomfortable situations while on assignment and hunting for the perfect shots. Just check out what Nat Geo photographer Thomas Peschak is up to in Africa… Read the rest “Nat Geo Photographer Gets Swarmed by Bugs, Keeps On Shooting”

15. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für How a Fresnel Lens Works, Explained with a Simple Blackboard Model

How a Fresnel Lens Works, Explained with a Simple Blackboard Model

If you’ve heard of Fresnel lenses in photography before but have no idea what they are or how they work, here’s a fantastic short primer. In this 3.5-minute video, physicist David G. Willey (AKA the Mad Scientist) explains the … Read the rest “How a Fresnel Lens Works, Explained with a Simple Blackboard Model”