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Black+White Photography. Issue 246 – out 29 OctoberPierrot Men casts a loving gaze over his homeland of MadagascarSteve Mulligan goes in search of ancient observatoriesWilliam Castellana on the streets of New YorkIn praise of Edward WestonBeautiful pictures by Lori VrbaPLUSFabulous tips for coastal photography in B&WGreat ideas for improving your portrait photographyThe best printers for your workCelebrating James Ravilious’ classic photo bookNEXT ISSUE INFO: Please note next issue #247 will be on sale on 26 November in the UK.Order print editionSubscribe to B+W in printDownload... READ MORE
B&W Photography Magazine | 10-29-2020 4:13 AM
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With more draconian lockdowns likely between now and Christmas, Jan Enkelmann talks about how he got such great shots during the national lockdown earlier this year... READ MORE
Amateur Photographer | 10-29-2020 4:02 AM
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Getting comfortable with artificial intelligence can take a bit of getting used to. Being a Gen. Xer, we are perhaps seen (by some) as a little cynical — I mean we rode the computer generation wave to a degree. We saw the first home computer revolution, I watched as my children take to it with […]The post Getting comfortable with artificial intelligence appeared first on Photofocus.... READ MORE
PhotoFocus | 10-29-2020 4:00 AM
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Cities are incredible places to photograph. Even the dullest of cities will be chock full of life and locations. If we combine a bustling city with one of the best times to shoot, the blue hour, we arrive at a photographic utopia. If you want to be notified of the blue hour course where we […]The post Why You Should Be Photographing Your City At Blue Hour appeared first on Light Stalking.... READ MORE
Light Stalking | 10-29-2020 4:00 AM
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There are some places that are hard to reach or it’s had to get a permit to photograph them. But if you want to shoot “The Wave” in Arizona, there’s a pretty unique permit process. You need to sign up for a special lottery that only ten photographers can win each day. photographer Todd Dominey […]The post You can shoot this Arizona landscape only if you win special lottery appeared first on DIY Photography. ... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 10-29-2020 3:38 AM
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As much as I enjoy shooting in a studio and lighting my subject in a really beautiful or interesting way, I love the simplicity and ease of shooting natural light (specifically, the quality of light you can get from a natural light studio). [Read: Photographing Your Way Out of Creative Roadblocks]Sometimes, we simply don’t have access to the kind of natural light we want to use. That could be due to weather (even in Los Angeles, the weather doesn’t always cooperate), or the inability to gain... READ MORE
Rangefinder | 10-29-2020 3:16 AM
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The Panasonic S5 is everything I wanted in a camera from Panasonic.The truth about the photography market is that no one is making a bad camera. But bad decisions are surely made. And the Panasonic s5 is one of the best decisions the company ever made at the worst time. Released and announced during the pandemic, it’s a way to get people into their system pretty cheaply. However, I think if the Panasonic S5 were released ahead of the S1 and S1r, the system would... READ MORE
The Phoblographer | 10-29-2020 3:00 AM
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The Sigma 100-400mm f5-6.3 is an affordable superzoom lens for photographers shooting E Mount or L Mount mirrorless cameras.Many sports and wildlife photographers rely on super-telephotos. Of course, there are compromises for their versatility. The Sigma 100-400mm f5-6.3 DG DN OS Contemporary is no exception. It was designed specifically for mirrorless cameras. At the cost of a brighter aperture, Sigma kept the weight and size down. Its direct competitor, the Sony 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 G Master, has a similar tradeoff. However, the Sigma is more than... READ MORE
The Phoblographer | 10-29-2020 3:00 AM
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Want to make your texts stand out? In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make beautiful, customizable drop shadows in Photoshop to make your texts POP!By adding drop shadows to the foreground objects on your composite, it creates a contrast against the background and brings the object forward, which will grabs the attention of the viewer.Apply the Drop Shadow Layer StyleNow, start off with two things on your working document.On the Layers panel, there is a clean solid color Background layer and a simple Text... READ MORE
Photoshop Training Channel | 10-29-2020 2:41 AM
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The post 11 Easy Creative Photography Techniques You Can Try on Any Camera appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Bond.A lot of photography techniques can be complex and require a steep learning curve. But in today’s article, you’ll learn 11 easy creative photography techniques you can start using today! The techniques described below all require minimal extra equipment and don’t require additional post-processing. Read on to get the most creativity from your camera with these easy-to-use techniques.1. ReflectionIt’s worth getting... READ MORE
Digital Photography School | 10-29-2020 2:00 AM
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Discover everything you need to know about succeeding as a pro before—or even after—making the leap into full-time photography.Turning your photography hobby into a full-time paying dream job as a professional photographer is the dream. And while there are people living that dream, it’s not as easy as Instagram photos make it seem.Transitioning from hobbyist to professional photographer takes a lot of time, peppered by learning and real experience in the field. We chatted with seven photographers who run their businesses full time to learn... READ MORE
Shuttertstock | 10-29-2020 2:00 AM
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The scientific method is the most powerful invention humans have ever created. It’s not just for people in white coats and in labs. The scientific method has changed what we wear, what we eat, the health of our families, the way we earn a living–the world as we know it is a result of a simple process of hypothesis, testing and explanation.Unfortunately, school and other systems in our world focus on just one or two of the elements necessary to do it well.Know the rules,... READ MORE
Seth Godin | 10-29-2020 1:11 AM
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Entering a lottery in order to have the privilege to photograph a location is probably enough to get many people interested. But when it’s Arizona’s “The Wave” in Kanab, the hype is more than justified. PetaPixel reports that some 160,000 photographers attempt to capture “The Wave” each year via a lottery run by Arizona’s Bureau […]The post Arizona’s “The Wave” is a Photographer’s Dreamscape That is Accessible Only Via Lottery appeared first on Light Stalking.... READ MORE
Light Stalking | 10-28-2020 7:19 PM
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[My apologies! I finished this this morning and thought I published it around 11:00 a.m. But apparently I just forgot to click the "Publish Now" button. That's only happened rarely in years of blogging. Anyway..."Open Mike" is the off-again on-again...... READ MORE
The Online Photographer | 10-28-2020 6:15 PM
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Some awesome images aren’t planned. Sometimes, you can get some fantastic photographs when you are least expecting it. That happened when Reddit user Akubala took the following image when saying goodbye to his friend on a bus. As he describes, it was totally unplanned, yet what he was able to capture turned out very cool:“Saying Goodbye to a Friend” by Akubala (Via Reddit. Click image to see full size.)The image was taken with a Pixel 3a smartphone and was slightly edited in Snapseed. At a... READ MORE
Picture Correct | 10-28-2020 5:15 PM
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Pentax recently announced the K-3 Mark III, the third iteration of their flagship APS-C camera, which reinforces their stance that their future (and as they argue, the future of photography) is in DSLRs, not mirrorless cameras. With an industry increasingly focused on mirrorless cameras, why is Pentax going against the grain?[ Read More ]... READ MORE
FStoppers | 10-28-2020 4:00 PM
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Sometimes, you need to go a little “extra” with your gimbal rig. Sometimes, you need the two-handed holding power that only a solid frame can provide. Digitalfoto’s new Magic Ring II, is one of them. But it’s a little different to most. It allows you to attach a V-Mount battery to its base that passes […]The post The Magic Ring II is a grip frame for your gimbal with built-in D-tap power points appeared first on DIY Photography. ... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 10-28-2020 3:04 PM
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Whether you're a filmmaker, videographer, or just a stills shooter, there's a lot that can be learned from some of the greats of cinematography.[ Read More ]... READ MORE
FStoppers | 10-28-2020 3:00 PM
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If you’re a portrait photographer, what should you do when you when you’re unhappy with the photos you made for your client?A portrait photographer that earns money from their work has likely encountered a client that isn’t pleased with the images they paid for. Maybe they don’t like the edits, or sometimes they’re unhappy with the final selection. A client not being happy is part and parcel of being a photographer that charges their skills. But as photographers, we tend to be our own worst... READ MORE
The Phoblographer | 10-28-2020 3:00 PM
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Does how we place an image in history depend upon its presentation? A new quiz (and experiment) by Matt Daniels and Jan Diehm aims to test this question. The quiz, published on The Pudding, shows users a series of five images captured in the United States during the last century and asks you to estimate the year the photo was taken.We recommend taking the quiz before reading the rest of this article to preserve the integrity of the data results.The quiz shows some images in... READ MORE
DPReview | 10-28-2020 2:59 PM
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Today "About Photography" is going to challenge the Ricoh GR III which is he thinks the king of street photography with the newest iPhone 12. He wants to take a look at if the new iPhone will be able to replace at least to a certain degree your camera and if it still makes sense to buy a compact camera if the street photography is the main genre you want to use it for.Read the full article on  ... READ MORE
ISO 1200 | 10-28-2020 2:46 PM
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It’s always a good idea to have multiple sources of income. For many photographers, stock photography is a reliable source of passive income. However, in today’s market, stock photography is not easy at all. For one, the market is saturated with untold numbers of photographers; and two, the standard that stock photography agencies demand is very high. This means a lot of images get rejected. In today’s video, photographer Zdenka Darula shares some of her tricks to help you avoid rejections when submitting stock photographs:Darula... READ MORE
Picture Correct | 10-28-2020 2:41 PM
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The Capito Reef National Park is the least visited national park in Utah. The main reason for such low popularity is its remoteness. It is located far from major international airports of Las ... Read more... READ MORE
Photo Traces | 10-28-2020 2:26 PM
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It’s been an interesting one, this, ever since the first rumours started popping up. Could Canon actually be working on an APS-C RF mount camera? After they’ve specifically said that they’re going to continue working on the EOS M system alongside the new RF mount cameras? Well, as unlikely as that might’ve sounded in the […]The post There is definitely an APS-C RF mount camera on the way, report says appeared first on DIY Photography. ... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 10-28-2020 2:23 PM
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