jueves, 26 de febrero de 2015

These Are the Darkroom Techniques Photoshop’s Tools Are Based On

As a tribute to Photoshop for its recent 25th birthday, Lynda created this “before there was Photoshop” video that shows the darkroom tools and techniques that were used by film photographers before Photoshop and digital photography arrived on the scene. Photographer Konrad Eek works on a print by dodging, burning, adding gradients, using masks, feathering, […]



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How I Drastically Improved My Photography with Just Two Little Decisions

The question I get asked the most is: “Wow, nice pic! Which camera are you using?” Does that sound familiar? In the past, every time I heard this question I would answer in the same way: by telling people which camera I was using, but that it didn’t really matter in my opinion. Beginners and […]



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miércoles, 25 de febrero de 2015

Portraits of People and Their Essential Everyday Items

How much can you tell about a person from the small items they carry around every day? Do they provide a more comprehensive picture of who a person is? Atlanta photographer Jason Travis explores this question in his project Persona. It’s a series of diptych in which the top half of each image is a […]



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martes, 24 de febrero de 2015

Andy Mallalieu, Web Designer: Imagery Can Make or Break a Project





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Radiant Photos Of Myanmar Beautifully Illustrate How It Earned The Golden Land Moniker

Despite the tourism industry in Myanmar still in being somewhat in it’s infancy, the so called “Golden Land” is quickly gaining a reputation as being quite photogenic. Every year, the number of tourists that visit Myanmar is on the rise. As many of those tourist’s photos emerge into the world, more and more photographers are [...]


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8-bit vs 16-bit – What Color Depth You Should Use And Why It Matters

When going into an edit process there is much confusion about what color depth should one use. Some pieces of knowledge are more relevant than others and some are not relevant at all. Either way, the selection of color depth in which you edit will have a huge impact on the final editing result. The [...]


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Mark Seliger’s Portraits of Hollywood Celebrities From the 2015 Oscar Party

After the Academy Awards this past weekend, the winners attended a Vanity Fair Oscar Party, where they passed through an instant portrait studio set up by photographer Mark Seliger, Vanity Fair, and Instagram. This is how the little studio space was set up: Our set going up for this year's #vfoscarparty A video posted by […]



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