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Professional photographer Dan Carr recently had a chance to borrow a set of ND filters by Aurora Aperture (edit: the filters were provided by B&H Photo, not Aurora Aperture) designed for the Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L and other Canon ultra-wide angle lenses. These are rear mount filters. The set of 4 ND filters from Aurora Aperture Read more...
At midnight, Saturday January 20th, 2017 the United States government shut down. A government shutdown essentially means, at a high level, most non-critical aspects of the United States government are not operating. Government employees will be furloughed and active-duty military may not get paid. Many of those furloughed are National Park employees, including Park Rangers. […]
We have rounded up the best photography contests from across the world based on popularity, participation criteria and prizes.
Introduction Hello dear NikonRumors readers! My name is Christophe Anagnostopoulos and I’ve been reading Nikon Rumors everyday for a long time now! I’m very happy to present you my first personal night sky time-lapse project named “Keep Looking Up” which I filmed for over a year using mainly Nikon cameras and lenses. I began filming […]
Before we being let me tell you that I want to believe the images we have recieved are real, I also want to believe the Canon G7X Mark III camera coming with New DPAF sensor, 4K video and external Mic support.The big question is the images we have received are real of fake ?
Bokeh aficionados rejoice: iPhone Portrait Mode image editor Focos was updated today and added lens effect presets emulating your favorite SLR lenses. Additionally, you can even create your very own dream lens with out-of-focus characteristics you always wanted.
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behind the scenes: Fashion catalog photo shoot in the studio From a recent photoshoot in the studio for a fashion designer, Isle By Melis Kozan, I want to give a bit of a glimpse behind the scenes. Further below there is a short video clip that shows what went down in the studio. Nothing frenetic Read more inside...
Police in Atlanta are crediting a news photographer with saving a baby's life after he spotted the child and led them to where she was left in freezing temperatures on the side of a road by a carjacker.
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Photographer Charlie Naebeck was on the latest episode of Inside the Photographer’s Mind For our second episode of Inside the Photographer’s Mind, we interviewed Charlie Naebeck. Charlie is a photographer here in NYC who is also a teacher. But what’s so special about Charlie is the fact that he started out in street photography, then
We’re back again with another installation of our roundup of reader photos from the Photography Bay Flickr Group. Clicking on the photos will take you to its Flickr page where you can read more about the shot, leave a compliment or connect with the photographer. As always, thanks for being a part of Photography Bay and sharing […]
Samsung patent application US20180012069 "Fingerprint sensor, fingerprint sensor package, and fingerprint sensing system using light sources of display panel" by Dae-young Chung, Hee-chang Hwang, Kun-yong Yoon, Woon-bae Kim, Bum-suk Kim, Min Jang, Min-chul Lee, and Jung-woo Kim proposes an optical fingerprint image sensor under an OLED display panel:
This guest post on the Nikkor 8-15mm lens ($1,246.95) is by Jeremiah Gilbert. You can check his work on his website and on Instagram. See also his previous [NR] guest posts here, here and here. I have been shooting with a circular lens for the past two years, so I was very interested when Nikon announced their AF-S Fisheye […]
Souvent, Beware vous parle de nouveautés : on cherche, on cherche, on déniche, on écrit et on cherche encore. Mais comme tout mélomanes, revenir aux classiques et à ce qui nous a tapé dans l’œil il y’a quelques temps, ça fait toujours plaisir. On vous a donc concocté une petite sélection d’une heure de musique […]
Three Times for Rene This location marks the third time Rene has fallen into the water with his camera. The first is when he was trying to impress a girl and stepped on a sea urchin. The second is when he was with me in Venice and fell in a canal. This is the third, […]
I spent the day with my borrowed Nikon gear. For now, I am withholding my overall comments until I get to know the camera and lens better. The 2nd San Diego IPT is now a sell-out and there are only two slots left on the Spoonbill Boat IPT. The Master Classes will be announced [...]
With your trip just ahead, it's time to learn how to make a travel video with any camera. These are Christian LeBlanc´s top 10 tips for making a cinematic and engaging travel video of your upcoming adventures. You may also like: How to REMOVE people from your TRAVEL VIDEOS without editing About Christian LeBlanc: QUIT my job to travel the world. This is my story of unconditionally
Less than a week to enter this year’s Our World Underwater Photo and Video Competition!
The civic authorities in Bangkok are beginning to outlaw the sale of fastfood on certain streets, especially those in trendy, up-and-coming areas like Thonglor. Not everyone is happy about it. After all, street food is trendy too.
Bangkok is unique in having the world’s most elaborate street food culture. A lot of vendors specialise in a single dish — and they get rather good at making it. Although the vast majority of vendors (there are an estimated 380,000) sell relatively low-cost meals, some of them use the finest ingredients and serve an up-market clientele.
For the street photographer, the existence of street vendors in Bangkok offers an excellent opportunity to get some great shots.
Lokenath Brahmachari (31 August 1730 – 2 June 1890) also known as Baba Lokenath was a Hindu yogi and mystic who lived during the 18th and 19th century Bengal and resided for 26 years at the village Baradi, Dist: Narayanganj, Bangladesh. His annual festival is held every year by millions of devotees and followers, in […]
Alberte A. Pereira (A Guarda – Galicia, 1964) Alberte is a self-taught and independent photographer. After the first approach to photography with his first film camera during the 80’s, it was not until 2012 when he really involved in photography, oriented towards street photography, but also towards documentary. Statement: A small camera is my constant […]
Learn the ideas about bathroom wall decals to feature art decoration so that able to create fine looking at high valued elegance and nursery. Wall art for bathroom has never been so simple yet with effective ideas. There are different choices to choose from based on your taste and budget affordability that indeed optional. At Hobby Lobby, there are best wall decals for bathroom both representing kids and adults’ personality. Murals and quotes can be combined for amazingly cute looking art decoration on the background. Over bath tub, sink and shower are strategic places where you can install the decals. Murals and quotes in themes...
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Living room area rug is the best chooses for your hoe designs and ideas when you are having the dream and desire to have really awesome living room design, thus one of its important requirements is its flooring. In your living room flooring, it has been increasingly very popular for people to have really awesome living room rug in which it will add the decorative look into your living room design. Many people apply this option into their living room area, and you know that you should also consider this option as very good idea that will enhance its look within the living room area...
Telefony to zmora prób teatralnych… Nic mnie tak nie mierziło, jak gapienie się w smartfona, bo „przecież ja teraz nie gram”, ale… Jak się ma tylko jeden papierowy scenariusz, to trzeba sobie jakoś radzić – najprościej go obfotografować komórką. Głupio wygląda, ale działa!
Creative backyard ideas you can be proud to show off? With a little creativity, a view of the backyard can be a lot more than some grass and a swing set. Look ideas backyard landscaping rare to get some ideas for your own home. Creative backyard ideas can you prove it by placing a little creativity with landscaping does not have to be all about color. Plants with touchable texture add another element to the experience of gardening and are very good for curious children and the visually impaired. Once you start looking, you’ll be surprised at how many plants there untouched. If you’re looking...
Is the perfect camera bag still eluding you? If so, Tenba has a great DIY option worth checking out. Dubbed the Tenba BYOB Camera Insert, it invites you to actually Bring Your Own Bag while still protecting your camera gear. Here’s more about what fits in the insert, plus pros and cons about using it […]
The post Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Professional Food Photographer? appeared first on Food Photography Blog.
It can be amazing just how much you can recover a dull under exposed images with the tools in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. This free Lightroom preset is my starting point for dull winter landscapes.
A hike from Annalong wood through to the steep incline to the summit of Slieve Lamagan through to Cove mountain, the Devil's coach road and back down to the Brandy Pad in Northern Ireland's Mourne Mountains.
January 21, 2008
January 21, 2008
As a corporate event photographer, I have a pretty standard setup that I take to each event I photograph. I typically use two lenses — my Panasonic 12-35 f/2.8 (equal to a 24-70) and Olympus 40-150 f/2.8 (equal to an 80-300). Then I have my flash, my MagMod MagBounce diffuser, and spare batteries. I take…
January 21, 2008
Colour interest Colour can add interest and emotional impact to your photographs; vibrant reds, oranges and yellows evokes energy while blues and greens are restful to our eyes. A popular subject of coloured pencils well captured by Capture queen Primary colours The human eye is drawn to contrast in a photograph, along with its [...]
Josh Morris and Morgan Daye, a couple from Tennessee, want to take their engagement photo shoot in front of Bald River Falls. Once they planned to shoot with Photographer Kellie Elmore the falls were freezing (25°F or -3°C). But they turned out entire shoot with stunning photographs. Please read entire story in Boredpanda. You can […]
Watch as Ed Gregory shows you how to shoot commercial Product Photography tutorial correctly while eliminating the need for editing. In this product photography photoshoot behind scenes you will see product photography lighting techniques for studio lighting. Ed uses Elinchrom mono heads for this watch product photography but any studio lights will work. Although this was shot at In
I don't know about you, but I often find myself in this weird limbo state with Instagram. Sometimes I feel like I'm doing really well with how I interact with those that I follow and those that follow me. Yet there are still plenty of other times when I stop and just wonder how the hell am I supposed to put this app to any use? Social media is changing the way that content is created, the way it is shared, and even the way it is understood by those who view it. I am continually learning about how to best put it to use the way that it is designed to function.
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Rumors are sometimes more interesting than reality. After all, within the realm of speculation all sorts of fantastical dreams can come to life as ideas are given substance when they normally would never amount to more than ether. While not everything can be true, some things may make more sense than others and nothing gets […]
The post Full-Frame Nikon Mirrorless to Feature All-New Z-Mount According to Rumor appeared first on Light Stalking.
MISGIVINGS OF A PHOTOGRAPHER: I had planned to photograph the Women's March anniversary event yesterday in Charlotte but it started at 10 a.m., in comparison to Charleston's sister event, which didn't kick off til noon, when it would be twenty degrees warmer. I fouled up and went to Charleston instead. No offense to anyone, my analysis is strictly based on picture making. I should have gotten up earlier to take advantage of a walking march traveling through morning light, bouncing off of city buildings in the downtown streets, instead of a stationary rally in a large flat open field at noon. Luckily, there was a sweet dance party, I brought my step stool and camera technology in 2018 is amazing.
Photos and words by Sean Rayford
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Episode 248 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 – Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: LUMIX Ambassador, PhotoJoseph In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may find us. Show Opener: LUMIX Ambassador, PhotoJoseph […]
Ziv TRS-10 Timer Remote + Video Control for Sony Cameras | List $87.95 | Save $43 | Today Only $44.95 Ziv TRS-10 Timer Remote with Video Control for Sony Cameras allows you to remotely trigger your Sony camera at distances of up to 328′. Featuring multiple programmable modes, it can start/stop video with Sony Multi-Terminal […]
Zofia Rydet (1911–1997) was a Polish photographer, best known for her project “Sociological Record”, which aimed to document every household in Poland. She began working on “Sociological Record” in 1978 at the age of 67, and took nearly 20,000 pictures until her death in 1997. Many of the pictures remain undeveloped. The photographs are predominantly […]
This episode of Critique the Community ended up being our biggest ever with over 500 comments on the submission post. Thank you all for your participation. Unfortunately, we we only able to give feedback to 20 images, although we did throw in an extra curve ball for Lee and Patrick and added an Elia Locardi image, who Lee and Patrick have filmed several landscape tutorials with. In keeping with our new tradition, we are also giving one participant a free Fstoppers original tutorial. And the winner is...
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Our next episode of Critique the Community will be focused around fine art. If you would like to receive feedback for your best fine art photo and have your chance to win a free Fstoppers tutorial, make sure you follow the instructions below. We will be selecting a total of 20 images next week so make sure to get your submissions in before Wednesday, January 24th at midnight.
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We’re told that the rumoured new EF-M prime lens that was expected in March for CP+ has been pushed back until later in 2018. Unfortunately we still don’t have [CR3] confirmation of the focal length and aperture yet. It’s not unusual for lens announcements to get pushed back. We’ve seen it with the EF 11-24mm Read more...
Several months at low temperatures open new spaces in Harbin, from the frozen Songhua river to the city canals. This post is part of the reportage Detour to China. Click each picture to enlarge.
Photographers have many different kinds of software for producing high dynamic range images, but Microsoft Excel probably doesn't make your list of photo editing apps. Well... be prepared to change your mind.
On the off chance you don't know what Microsoft Excel is, it's a spreadsheet application that's primarily used for business application. But in May of last year, Columbia University computer science student Kevin Chen showed that is was also capable of producing an HDR photo using some complicated math and a couple dozen GBs of RAM.
Before coming to Columbia, Chen worked as an intern at Apple, working on camera technology. It was that experience—understanding the math behind digital photography in general and high dynamic range imagery specifically—that allowed him to implement the "system of linear equations" that is typically used in HDR imaging.
After turning the original photo grayscale, and using each cell in Excel as a different "pixel", he was able to implement this math (and zoom way out) to reveal his final product. Here is the color before and grayscale after:
Sure, you probably don't want to make Excel your primary HDR processing software. But Chen's presentation reveals something that is easy to lose sight of when you're processing digital files and working with photographs: as far as your computer is concerned, it's all pixel values and math.
Check out the full presentation up top, and then head over to Chen's website if you want to know more about the young computer scientist.
Not long ago, I was a drone newbie. But then the Spark came along, and a new dimension was added to my photography. Here's what happened - http://thedigitalstory.com/2018/01/DJI-Spark-6-months-later.html
Vintage Folk Art Decoy in the shape of a Submarine. Enhanced with an added weapon! The bottom is filled with lead to sink down and dangled to attract fish for spearing. C. 1940 Upstate New York. Collection Jim Linderman.