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  • 12/12/17--16:00: x1d joe marquez

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  • 12/12/17--16:00: Dream Art Series
  • Stunning modern metal prints available for purchase. These are unique images and quite challenging to obtain. The result is a one-of-a-kind dream-like, ethereal photo of extraordinary beauty. Most are available as metal prints. Panoramas come in a variety of finishes. For larger or custom sizes email me for pricing. Mahalo.


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    Hotels in Gurgaon are popular for accommodating both luxury and budget prices. The National Capital Region of India is a melting point with companies from all over the world setting […]

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  • 12/12/17--16:00: Unedited Nutcracker 16

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    While some are still getting over the shock of Lightroom’s CC makeover, others are happily plodding along with the renamed Lightroom Classic. Some users have put off making the switch to new CC due to their familiarity with Classic, although some feel it simply lacks important features available with its older sibling. Some of those […]

    The post Adobe brings a major features to Lightroom CC including tone curve and split toning appeared first on DIY Photography.


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    Froylan Calderon a.k.a. @june.divine is a multi-talented photographer, retoucher, filmmaker and music artist who currently lives and works between Utah and California, USA. Froylan focuses on portraiture, she shoots gorgeous beauty, lifestyle and fashion photography. More info: instagram

    The post Marvelous Female Portrait Photography by Froylan Calderon appeared first on Photogrist Photography Magazine.


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  • 12/12/17--16:48: A Smoky Sunset Miles Away
  • The Thomas Fire in Ventura continues to burn. Late reports today claim 20 percent of the 230,000 acre, week-long fire has been contained. But it continues its march toward Santa Barbara where a Santa Ana wind could threaten coastal communities like Summerland and Montecito.

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    Although the moments captured on film may last for ages, time will always catch up with the current crop of veteran photographers. Soon, they will be replaced by a new batch of budding visual artists, journalists, and storytellers. These up-and-comers hold all the potential that guarantees an exciting future for the world of photography. Lara [...]

    The post The 10 Most Exciting & Promising Photographers Under 30 appeared first on Photographic Blog.


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    A new camera that can see polarized light was recently developed by researchers, Viktor Gruev and Missael Garcia at the University of Illinois

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    Cheap Levitra Generic Levitra How To Buy Levitra Generic Over The Counter. Generic Levitra is a cost-effective alternative to one of the best known and most trusted erectile dysfunction treatments sold today. Made with Vardenafil, the same active ingredient found in the brand name version, Generic Levitra works to help men regain the ability to […]

    The post Cheap Levitra * Best Place To Order Generics * Worldwide Shipping (1-3 Days) appeared first on Zarias.com.


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    Traditionally real estate photographers had two main options when it came to how they approached payment collection: Pay First: Require payment before shooting Pay Later: Deliver photos with an invoice However, with the shift to online payment and file sharing more photographers are choosing a third option: Auto-Delivery: Automatically deliver photos after payment There are […]

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    Frédérick Carnet, from Le fragile équilibre d'être (the fragile balance of being) Frédérick Carnet is an interesting photographer in that he works in series—Andrew Molitor, who drew my attention to him, wrote that he "sequences...with real genius." This requires more...

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    So great , love the true loving emotions when he took one knee . These moments , proposals , first time parent holds a child , they make you appreciate so much . Congratulations to your friends , These photos and the beautiful story will be in the family for generations. Beautiful 💕

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    It’s time to get our ultimate guides out of budget lens territory and back into the ultimate territory. So today we are going to do our ultimate lens guide for 2017. If portraits are your thing, and you are starting to think about possibly upgrading your kit while there are holiday deals or maybe at some point in 2018, then this will be a post you should see.

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    Follow a Photoshoot From Conception to Finished Image

    We're lucky to live in an age when learning photography is easier than ever, but normally, educational content tends to focus on specific techniques or ideas. While that's generally fine, sometimes, it's helpful to see the entire creative process from start to finish to understand why different steps were taken and different decisions were made. This helpful video will show you just that.

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    According to latest rumors coming to us, the Sony A6700 camera is coming in Q1 / Q2 of 2018. The camera is rumored to features newly developed CMOS Hybrid Sensor and High Resolution mode. Take a look at the rumored specs below

    Sony A6500 camera New Sensor Coming on Feb / March 2018 High Resolution Mode,

    Continue reading Sony A6700 Camera Coming in 2018 – Rumors


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    How to Add a Soft, Warm Glow to Images Using Photoshop

    A very popular and fun look for portraits and candid shots is a warm glow that seems to emanate from a soft, out-of-frame light source. This fun and easy tutorial will show you how to add that same glow to your images using Photoshop.

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  • 12/12/17--23:29: Harold Gough's Comment
  • "much less perspective distortion than a single picture taken from a close distance with a wide angle lens, and much deeper depth of field than a single picture taken with a telecentric lens".

    I don't think that will work in practice. DOF is a function of aperture and magnification and nothing else. It is the same whether taken as a single shot or combined from many.

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    Backyard trampolines – If you’re hoping to liven up your fitness routine or add some fun to your backyard playground, trampolines cover a range of features exercise equipment child serious recreational toy. All bounce trampolines provide surfaces through elastic sheet supported by suspension springs, trampolines but vary in design and function, so choose a trampoline that best suits your needs or fitness fun. If I gym if your goal, there are several ways to incorporate trampolines their regular exercise routine. Small trampolines calls rebounders are specifically designed for indoor use by beginners and experienced athletes. Rebounders are compact that store easily under your bed or...

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    In my recent posts about the Folders panel a request was made to do a similar deep dive into collections, which I thought was a great idea since they are both used for organizational purposes, but are very different in nature. In the first part of this series I’m going to take a closer look […]

    The post Mastering Collections in Lightroom Classic: Part 1 appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.


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    The Pixel 2 XL I love this new Pixel phone from Google. I’m thinking about writing a longer form article about what it means for photography going forward… I just need a bit more time to write and think about it! Daily Photo – Jogging in Millbrook with my Pixel Phone This is a shot […]

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    Some posts back, we've seen the Olympus OM-1 make it to a list of the best budget 35mm SLR cameras you can get to start shooting with film. In this beautiful video by Analog Insights, we'll find out more about what makes this legendary camera a top choice for film photographers today.

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    Tonton Moby revient plus optimiste que jamais avec « Like A Motherless Child ».   Celui que l’on connaît pour ses tubes dance des années 90 avec « In this world » ou « Why does my hurt feel so bad ? » (pas beaucoup plus réjouissant on l’admet), a bien évolué depuis, le style musical avec. Chanteur, musicien, interprète, producteur, photographe […]

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  • 12/13/17--01:32: 39 Perfectly Timed Photos

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    Freediver Pepe Arcos photographs the fascinating underwater museum off the Spanish island of Lanzarote

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    Alabama photographer Faith Grace was recently hired for a maternity photo shoot. But when her client discovered she is gay, she decided to fire her. As if it weren’t enough, Grace received pretty unpleasant text messages from the client, reading that “she doesn’t want her child to be influenced by people like her.” 21-year-old photographer […]

    The post Photographer fired from maternity shoot after client discovers she is gay appeared first on DIY Photography.


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    When we set out to shoot we generally have an idea, a commission, or a goal in mind. Maybe we will be shooting street...

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    It was cold again on Monday evening and when I woke on Tuesday morning the pool was a very chilly 67.8 degrees. By the time I got in the water it was up to a balmy 72. I swam 34 laps right after lunch and was planning on swimming another 32 laps before dinner [...]


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    World map wall art is one of the family art decorations. Mural features really pleasing to the eyes design and decor at high value of sophistication. Wall decals are available and optional in a wide variety on the market. Etsy has all best inspiring pieces of decals for walls. Kids’ room even family room and adults’ bedroom can be decorated with large world map decals. They are looking great as artistic decor to fill rooms with modern contemporary ideas. Colors like red, blue and green are most favorable among the others. Neutral gender is one of the benefits that means applicable both for boys and...

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    Street photography is not a niche of photography known to be much of a money maker, in fact if you get into street photography looking to make money you are looking in a very wrong place. This means that street photographers are often looking for more affordable kit options that allow them to get what they need for the look they are going for with the lowest hit to their wallet as possible.

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    A few weeks ago, Instagram began testing a new feature that would let you follow hashtags. As of today, this feature is officially available. In addition to Instagram users you like, you can now also follow hashtags that reflect your interests and passions. In addition to introducing a new feature, Instagram is testing another one. […]

    The post Instagram now lets you follow hashtags, testing “recommended posts” feature appeared first on DIY Photography.


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    Use Multiple Exposures To Reduce Image Noise

    Single Exposure / Multiple Exposures Need to make an exposure at a setting that’s sure to produce noise? Make a bunch of them. Then watch the noise disappear. You can reduce noise in an image by combining multiple exposures of the same composition in Photoshop. Photoshop can search for the differences between the separate exposures […]

    The post Use Multiple Exposures To Reduce Image Noise appeared first on John Paul Caponigro – Digital Photography Workshops, DVDs, eBooks.


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  • 12/13/17--03:20: ​PortraitPro Body 2
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    PortraitPro Body 2 is a new standalone full body retouching software and plugin for Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and Elements. Version 2 of the industry’s first and only dedicated body contouring software offers Warp Fixer controls, Photoshop Smart Filter, Lite Mode and is the fastest and most accurate PortraitPro Body ever.


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    It’s that time of year again where here on dPS we put together some amazing deals in the 12 days leading up to Christmas. In that time if you’re subscribed to our newsletter or watch the blog here you’ll get access to some mega-discounts on dPS products as well as some very special offers from […]

    The post All dPS eBooks just $9 Today! (Save up to 80%) by Darren Rowse appeared first on Digital Photography School.


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    Photographers using lighting equipment from recently liquidated Bowens International have been thrown a service and repair lifeline by Fixation, who have set up a dedicated team of lighting equipment experts to deal with all Bowens kit repairs and service requirements.


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    Adobe have updated the entire Lightroom CC ecosystem, including for Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, and the web, as well as updates to Lightroom Classic CC and Adobe Camera Raw. The new Auto Setting creates a better photo by using Adobe Sensei artificial intelligence to analyse your photo and compare it to tens of thousands of professionally edited photos. The Tone Curve has been added to Lightroom CC on desktop, along with split toning.


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  • 12/13/17--03:33: LiDAR News
  • BusinessWire: AEye (former US LADAR) introduces iDAR (Intelligent Detection and Ranging) that combines the world’s first agile MOEMS LiDAR, pre-fused with a low-light camera and embedded artificial intelligence - creating software-definable and extensible hardware that can dynamically adapt to real-time demands.

    AEye’s iDAR is designed to intelligently prioritize and interrogate co-located pixels (2D) and voxels (3D) within a frame, enabling the system to target and identify objects within a scene 10-20x more effectively than LiDAR-only products. Additionally, iDAR is capable of overlaying 2D images on 3D point clouds for the creation of True Color LiDAR. The introduction of iDAR follows AEye’s September demonstration of the first 360 degree, vehicle-mounted, solid-state LiDAR system with ranges up to 300 meters at high resolution.

    AEye’s unique architecture has allowed us to address many of the fundamental limitations of first generation spinning or raster scanning LiDAR technologies,” said Luis Dussan, AEye founder and CEO. “These first generation systems silo sensors and use rigid asymmetrical data collection that either oversample or undersample information. This dynamic exposes an inherent tradeoff between density and latency in legacy sensors, which restricts or eliminates the ability to do intelligent sensing. For example, while traditional 64 line systems can hit an object once per frame (every 100ms or so), we can, with intelligent sensing, selectively revisit any chosen object twice within 30 microseconds - an improvement of 3000X. This embedded intelligence optimizes data collection, so we can transfer less data while delivering better quality, more relevant content.

    AEye’s iDAR system uses proprietary low-cost, solid-state beam-steering 1550nm MOEMS-based LiDAR, computer vision, and embedded artificial intelligence to enable dynamic control of every co-located pixel and voxel in each frame within rapidly changing scenes.


    MIT Technology Review adds: "there’s one point that there is no getting around: AEye’s device only has a 70° field of view, which means that a car would need five or six of the sensors dotted around it for a full 360 degrees. And that raises a killer question: how much will it cost? Dussan won’t commit to a number, but he makes it clear that this is supposed to be a high-end option—not competing with hundred-dollar solid state devices, but challenging high-resolution devices like those made by Velodyne. For a full set of sensors around the car, he says, “if you compare true apples-to-apples, we’re going to be the lowest-cost system around.

    PRNewswire: Ouster emerges from stealth mode and announces the launch of OS1 model LIDAR, and $27 million in Series A funding, led by Cox Enterprises. The 64-channel OS1 Lidar has begun shipping to customers, and is rapidly ramping up commercial-scale production at a price point approximately 85% below that of its competition (Costs $12,000, according to Ouster site).

    The company was founded by CEO Angus Pacala, co-founder and former head of engineering of Quanergy, and CTO Mark Frichtl, a prior Quanergy Systems engineer who also spent time at Palantir Technologies, First Solar, and the Apple Special Projects Group. Pacala and Frichtl formed Ouster with the vision to create a high-performance, reliable, and small form factor LIDAR sensor that could be manufactured at a scale and price that would allow autonomous technology to continue its rapid expansion without the cost and manufacturing constraints currently present in the market.

    "The company has maintained a low-profile for over two years – staying heads-down and focusing on getting the OS1 ready to ship," noted CEO and co-founder Angus Pacala. "I'm incredibly proud of our team for their hard work to produce the most advanced, practical, and scalable LIDAR sensor on the market, and we're very excited about the impact our product will have in autonomous vehicles and other applications in robotics," Pacala added.

    Ouster's Series A funding will primarily be used for the manufacturing and the continued development of its next sensor designs. The company anticipates manufacturing capacity in the tens of thousands of sensors in 2018 based on its current product design, and Ouster's product roadmap supports continually improving resolution, range, and alternative form factors. Additionally, the new capital will support the company's expansion from approximately 40 employees today to 100 employees by summer 2018.


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    Yes, that’s right, the drone registry introduced in 2015, and deemed unconstitutional back in May of this year is now back. When the drone registration system was first introduced it was met with mixed response. On the one hand, there’s those worried about privacy, and on the other the “Well, if you’re not doing anything illegal, what […]

    The post Dear America, you do have to register drones with the FAA after all appeared first on DIY Photography.


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  • 12/13/17--03:51: Sony Sensors Compared
  • Basler publishes a white paper "Sensor Comparison: Are all IMXs equal?" by Dominik Lappenküper. Some food for thought from the paper:

    "The first generation of this new [Pregius] sensor series includes the sensors IMX174 and IMX249. They have a pixel pitch of 5.86 um. In the first generation of the Pregius sensors, a particularly notable feature is the very high saturation capacity of over 32 ke-.

    With the second generation of the Pregius series, Sony established a smaller pixel at 3.45 um. Due to the smaller pixels in the sensors of the 2nd generation, their saturation capacity greatly decreases, which results in values that are more typical for the CMOS sensors.
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    "EMVA1288 standard offers the measured value of the “absolute threshold value for sensitivity”. It states the average number of required photons so that the signal to noise ratio is exactly 1."


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    Andrew Handzyn is a talented self-taught photographer and CG artist currently based in London, UK. Andrew received his BA in Computer Animations from The University of South Wales. Handzyn focuses on portraiture, he shoots amazing beauty, fashion and lifestyle photography. His clients include: Honda, Burton Menswear, Gymphlex, Newlook, Sister Jane, Nordic Poetry, Henri Lloyd and...

    The post Gorgeous Street Style Photography by Andrew Handzyn appeared first on Photogrist Photography Magazine.


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    This year was a busy one for smartphone manufacturers, with major new handsets released from all of the big players. Take a look at some of 2017's noteworthy new phones, and vote for your favorite!


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    Dr. Mireya Loza, Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, researches labor history and her 1st book, "Defiant Braceros", won the Immigration and Ethnic History Society's Theodore Saloutos Book Award. #Groundbreaker

    Portrait of smiling woman with straight, brown hair looking off to the right.

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    Lowepro Passport Sling Camera Bag | List Price $59.99 | Save $40 | Today Only $19.99 Here’s a great Holiday Deal on a Lowepro Sling Bag that’s perfect for mirrorless cameras – Just $19.99 Today Only! (Order Here) Deal Ends 11:59pm EST 12/13/17

    The post Deal of the Day: Save $40 on Lowepro Passport Sling Camera Bag appeared first on Portrait Photographers Miami l Celebrity Portrait Photography Florida.


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    Cypress trees.  This is not how the image looked in daylight but this is how I envisioned it when making it. (click to enlarge)
    Fujifilm X-T2, 16-55mm f/2.8 lens @ 19mm; 10 sec. @ f/11; ISO 200; 10X ND filter + Polarizer
    Most of my practice of photography over the past many years happens as a solo endeavor.  Generally, I find photographing with others to be a distraction to my concentration on "seeing" and being creative.  This was especially important in the old days when I was professionally tasked with photographing events.  I know I had to totally concentrate on my surroundings to capture the essence of the event.  Distractions by others only served to help me miss critical moments.  I worked hard to keep to myself back then.

    As I photograph, I try to get into sort of a "zone," as would a runner, to give my full attention to visually editing the world around me, narrowing down "everything" to a small, select interesting subject, then subsequently creating images.  With others being around, I find myself mostly distracted and my concentration often broken.  It wasn't unusual for someone else to speak to me right when I was concentrating.  I would then have to struggle to get back into the zone.  However...

    The other day a good friend from out of state was in town.  We arranged to meet and get together to go out, wander, explore the rural areas of southeastern Virginia and photograph. Contrary to what I just wrote above, it was a wonderful experience.  I realized I now find even more value in photographing with others, especially friends, who are like-minded in interests, values and photographic subjects.  There is something to be said about sharing the day with a friend who has common interests, a shared vision and of great talent.  I'll call it serendipitous.

    Instead of being a distraction, I found the wide-ranging conversation stimulating which actually helped me create images.  Sometimes, as we moved through the countryside, I would see things to stop and photograph that he wouldn't.  Sometimes the opposite was true.  Collaboration, cooperation (and not competition) as well as helpfulness toward each other prevailed so both of us had a successful day quickly became the unspoken attitude.  As a bonus, he and I both use Fujifilm X-T2s and our gear was another subject of which we shared conversation.

    Sunken Meadow Lake (click to enlarge)
    X-T2, 16-55mm f/2.8 lens @ 16mm; 1/180th sec. @ f/16; ISO 200
    When we did see something of potential interest, we would stop the car at the interesting location and initially go separate ways.  We each explored the scene, made a few images from an initial vantage point, then shared what we had seen so the other would derive benefit from each others' vision.  Often times, I found what he initially saw more interesting than what I initially saw and vice versa.  Sharing vision.  Sharing the experience.  Helping each other be successful.  There is a lot to be said about that.

    If you are a solo photographer and haven't gone out in a long time with a like-minded photographic friend, I recommend you do so.  I would be interested in your experiences in doing so to find out what you see as the positives and negatives of "group" photography.

    Thanks for looking. Enjoy! 

    Dennis A. Mook 

    All content on this blog is © 2013-2017 Dennis A. Mook. All Rights Reserved. Feel free to point to this blog from your website with full attribution. Permission may be granted for commercial use. Please contact Mr. Mook to discuss permission to reproduce the blog posts and/or images.

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    The Glade Creek Grist Mill in Babcock State Park is an iconic location in West Virginia. This popular spot features the mill, small waterfalls, and amazing colors in the fall.

    The post Photographing the Glade Creek Grist Mill in Babcock State Park (West Virginia) appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.