17. April 2021
von Daniel J. Stein
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Milky Way Photos with Image Stacking to Clean Up Noise

How to Shoot Milky Way Photos with Image Stacking to Clean Up Noise

Aloha, and welcome back to my astrophotography tutorial write-ups. I wrote an article last month on the basics of photographing the Milky Way core season. Today I am going to continue this series and tell you about a game-changing techniqu… Read the rest “How to Shoot Milky Way Photos with Image Stacking to Clean Up Noise”

14. April 2021
von Delil Geyik
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Photograph the Milky Way: The Preparation

How to Photograph the Milky Way: The Preparation

Milky Way photos should first and foremost do one thing: fascinate. When the viewer’s gaze loses itself in the vastness of the motif and he begins to dream, the photographer has achieved his goal.

The Milky Way, our galaxy, is a specia… Read the rest “How to Photograph the Milky Way: The Preparation”

8. April 2021
von Adrian Hanft
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make a Digital Polaroid Camera for Cheap Thermal Instant Photos

How to Make a Digital Polaroid Camera for Cheap Thermal Instant Photos

In this article, I’m going to tell you the story of my latest camera creation: a digital Polaroid camera that combines a receipt printer with a Raspberry Pi. To build it I took an old Polaroid Minute Maker camera, stripped out its guts, … Read the rest “How to Make a Digital Polaroid Camera for Cheap Thermal Instant Photos”

8. April 2021
von Adrian Hanft
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make a Digital Polaroid Camera for Cheap Thermal Instant Photos

How to Make a Digital Polaroid Camera for Cheap Thermal Instant Photos

In this article, I’m going to tell you the story of my latest camera creation: a digital Polaroid camera that combines a receipt printer with a Raspberry Pi. To build it I took an old Polaroid Minute Maker camera, stripped out its guts, … Read the rest “How to Make a Digital Polaroid Camera for Cheap Thermal Instant Photos”

31. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Eight Photoshop Visual Pranks To Try on April Fools’ Day

Eight Photoshop Visual Pranks To Try on April Fools’ Day

Tomorrow is April Fools’ Day, and with such a bummer of a year leading up to this point (and things are only now just starting to look better in a few places), everyone could use some laughs. To that end, photographer Richard Wakefield s… Read the rest “Eight Photoshop Visual Pranks To Try on April Fools’ Day”

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?”

13. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Pronounce German Camera and Lens Brands ‘Correctly’

How to Pronounce German Camera and Lens Brands ‘Correctly’

Germany has a long history of producing some of the best cameras and lenses ever to appear in the history of photography, but German brand names can be a bit tricky to pronounce. In this 8.5-minute video, photographer Maximilian Heinrich of … Read the rest “How to Pronounce German Camera and Lens Brands ‘Correctly’”

9. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Real Estate Photo and Video, And Why You Should Do Both

How to Shoot Real Estate Photo and Video, And Why You Should Do Both

Photographer Kevin Raposo normally produces quick, easily digestible videos that only last a few minutes, but in a bit of a shift, his latest 14-minute video shows how he shoots both photos and videos for his Real Estate clients and explain… Read the rest “How to Shoot Real Estate Photo and Video, And Why You Should Do Both”

9. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Real Estate Photo and Video, And Why You Should Do Both

How to Shoot Real Estate Photo and Video, And Why You Should Do Both

Photographer Kevin Raposo normally produces quick, easily digestible videos that only last a few minutes, but in a bit of a shift, his latest 14-minute video shows how he shoots both photos and videos for his Real Estate clients and explain… Read the rest “How to Shoot Real Estate Photo and Video, And Why You Should Do Both”

3. März 2021
von Dan Stein
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Photograph the Milky Way Core Season

How to Photograph the Milky Way Core Season

Milky Way core season is right around the corner. I wrote this quickie guide on how to photograph our galaxy for anyone interested in going out to do some astrophotography this season!

So first a little bit about myself. I mean who would take a… Read the rest “How to Photograph the Milky Way Core Season”

25. Februar 2021
von Daniel Keating
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make Solid Developer Cubes for Easier Darkroom Film Processing

How to Make Solid Developer Cubes for Easier Darkroom Film Processing

Over the past year, it seems the whole world has been on hold due to the rampages of COVID-19. In the Facebook groups I’m in, many users were seeing shortages in analog photography supplies. Some online stores stopped shipping Rodinal (a cau… Read the rest “How to Make Solid Developer Cubes for Easier Darkroom Film Processing”

23. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why You Should Use a 100-400mm Lens for Landscape Photos

Why You Should Use a 100-400mm Lens for Landscape Photos

Photographer Michael Shainblum is known for some truly impressive landscape images and in previous videos has strongly advocated for the use of telephoto lenses. In this 10-minute video, he shows how he captured two days worth of images w… Read the rest “Why You Should Use a 100-400mm Lens for Landscape Photos”

22. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Faithfully Recreate Fashion Magazine Covers on a Budget

How to Faithfully Recreate Fashion Magazine Covers on a Budget

Photographer Andrew Parsons has shared a 6.5-minute video where he shows how he replicated the looks of four distinct fashion magazine covers. With clearly less budget and space, Parsons explains how the looks can be pretty faithfully re… Read the rest “How to Faithfully Recreate Fashion Magazine Covers on a Budget”

13. Februar 2021
von Jake Hicks
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Make a Negative from a Peel-Apart Instant Photo

How to Make a Negative from a Peel-Apart Instant Photo

Although the original Polaroid as a company is no longer manufacturing their film, their ethos and idea behind instant imaging is still very much alive and kicking.

Brands like the new Polaroid (formerly the Impossible Project) and Fujif… Read the rest “How to Make a Negative from a Peel-Apart Instant Photo”

8. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Modify a Monitor Arm into an Overhead Camera Mount

How to Modify a Monitor Arm into an Overhead Camera Mount

Though there are multiple off-the-shelf solutions for over-head camera angles, DIY-er Jay Doscher decided that there was a better way. By combining a VESA mount monitor arm with a few “universal” parts along with some 3D pri… Read the rest “How to Modify a Monitor Arm into an Overhead Camera Mount”

23. Januar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Colorize Photos in Photoshop with Just a Few Clicks Using AI

How to Colorize Photos in Photoshop with Just a Few Clicks Using AI

Adobe recently gave Photoshop the ability to instantly colorize photos using Adobe Sensei AI technology. Here’s a new 1.5-minute video tutorial by Adobe showing how you can now breathe color into a black-and-white photo with just … Read the rest “How to Colorize Photos in Photoshop with Just a Few Clicks Using AI”

20. Januar 2021
von Maximilian Simson
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Photographing Rainbow Eyes By Using Birefringence

One of the many fascinating effects of cross-polarization is called “birefringence”, which is responsible for the psychedelic gradients in the seen here.

This article is part two of a two-part series explaining cross-polarization and Read the rest “Photographing Rainbow Eyes By Using Birefringence”

19. Januar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für You Can Have Your Home Blurred for Privacy in Google Street View Photos

You Can Have Your Home Blurred for Privacy in Google Street View Photos

Google Street View cameras have now captured over 170 billion photos from 10 million miles around the globe. But if you’re not comfortable with the fact that anyone can “visit” your home digitally, did you know you can r… Read the rest “You Can Have Your Home Blurred for Privacy in Google Street View Photos”

14. Januar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für You Can Get Rid of the Yellow Tint from Vintage Lenses with UV Light

You Can Get Rid of the Yellow Tint from Vintage Lenses with UV Light

There are certain vintage lenses out there that are prone to have glass elements that yellow over time. If you have one of these lenses, you don’t have to live with yellow-tinted results: here’s a 3-minute video in which photog… Read the rest “You Can Get Rid of the Yellow Tint from Vintage Lenses with UV Light”

15. Dezember 2020
von Pat Brownewell
Kommentare deaktiviert für From Bombs to Bubbles: Repurposing a 610mm Spy Plane Lens for Macro Photos

From Bombs to Bubbles: Repurposing a 610mm Spy Plane Lens for Macro Photos

You didn’t ask to learn about bellows extension factors, but were going to cover it with the most absurd camera that you may ever see!

Built from over two sheets of plywood, scraps of 2x6s, old drywall screws, and the cheapest 610mm lens that I … Read the rest “From Bombs to Bubbles: Repurposing a 610mm Spy Plane Lens for Macro Photos”