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These loving, intimate portraits taken in the author’s vibrant backyard garden in Devon celebrate everyday beauty, interconnectedness, and metaphors of the garden and the human heart.... READ MORE
Lens Culture | 05-27-2024 5:00 PM
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Photographing an eclipse is an awe-inspiring experience, but what do you do with those images afterward? In this video tutorial, we’ll walk you through two creative ways to assemble your eclipse photos into striking composites using Photoshop. Follow along with Matt Kowski as he demonstrates the process step-by-step:Getting Started: Preparing Your ImagesBefore diving into Photoshop, ensure your eclipse photos are properly edited. One common adjustment is to tweak the black slider to the left, making the dark areas truly black. This helps avoid any unwanted... READ MORE
Picture Correct | 05-27-2024 4:54 PM
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With all the sophistication of modern metering systems, it seems like the good old “Sunny 16 Rule” can be dismissed as one of the old relics of the film era. But it is still a valid and useful rule nonetheless, and one that can teach growing photographers about the principles of metering. So if you haven’t heard about the Sunny 16 Rule or just need to brush up on it again, here’s a quick primer on this classic metering rule.What is The Sunny 16 Rule?The... READ MORE
SLR Lounge | 05-27-2024 2:37 PM
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Daily Photo – Castle HillHere’s a scene from the incredible area just near Arthur’s Pass on the South Island of New Zealand called Castle Hill. I did a road trip here last week and had a great time. Lots of great hikes and meditations! Castle Hill Photo InformationDate Taken2024-05-15 15:35:10CameraILCE-7CRCamera MakeSonyExposure Time1/1000Aperture4ISO100Focal Length24.0 mmFlashOff, Did not fireExposure ProgramManualExposure Bias... READ MORE
Stuck in Customs | 05-27-2024 2:23 PM
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May is a time of significant change across much of the northeast. There are newborn baby animals, unusual visitors, and much growth.[Read More]... READ MORE
PetaPixel | 05-27-2024 1:33 PM
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White balance is one of the most important functions that make the colors in your photos as accurate as possible. As the term indicates, it primarily ensures that white objects appear truly white and free of any color cast. There are many tried and tested approaches to achieving the right white balance. But in the video […]... READ MORE
PhotoFocus | 05-27-2024 11:00 AM
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A newcomer in the field of camera lenses, Thypoch recently announced its second series, Eureka. The release follows shortly after Simera 35mm f/1.4 and Simera 28mm f/1.4 have become an on-the-slip topic for manual lens lovers. Distinct from the Simera series which highlights modern imaging style, Eureka focuses on bringing back the historically classic lenses […]... READ MORE
PhotoFocus | 05-27-2024 9:00 AM
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I admit that not every photography project necessarily needs to show emotion. However, with some work, putting in the extra effort of capturing a certain...The post This is how a photographer captures emotion appeared first on DIY Photography.... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 05-27-2024 7:18 AM
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Retouch4Me has announced its latest photo-editing software 'Adams,' which serves as a centralized interface for batch retouching with Retouch4Me AI-Based plugins and honors two legendary innovators: Ansel Adams and Harry LeRoy Adams.[Read More]... READ MORE
PetaPixel | 05-27-2024 7:00 AM
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Funny. Thanks to James Boykin for finding this, and to the cartoonist, Adam Sacks, for giving me permission to publish it.I don't know about you, but, personally, it both amuses me and also makes me feel a bit skewered. I'm its target. In that way it's like that humor book you might have heard of, Stuff White People Like. If you don't know it—it's a book made from a blog—you can get a good handle on the vibe by reading the Amazon sample. Some of... READ MORE
The Online Photographer | 05-27-2024 6:55 AM
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It’s incredibly easy to settle into the comfort of the familiar—the same routines, the usual habits, and the paths well-trodden. But somewhere in the back of your mind, isn’t there a small voice urging you to shake things up, to take a risk, to venture into uncharted territory?  Maybe you’ve experienced this feeling while watching someone fully immerse themselves in their craft on stage—whether through music, dance, or a bold stand-up routine. Isn’t it absolutely thrilling? I’ve always been captivated by those moments. There’s something... READ MORE
Chase Jarvis | 05-27-2024 6:00 AM
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Every week, we ask newsletter subscribers a question about gear, creativity or life. We recently asked readers: If you could go back to your 20-year-old self, what camera-related advice would you give yourself?Recent VideosSubsequently, the DPReview editors also got in on the act:1. Shaminder DulaiStart organizing your photo and video archive and making it searchable. Make sure to save local versions of client work; websites will disappear and take your work with them. A good archival system makes it possible to earn a passive income... READ MORE
DPReview | 05-27-2024 6:00 AM
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Some studio photographers will certainly go for the “more is more” approach to lighting. And it can seem a little daunting when you’re starting out...The post How to shoot fashion-inspired portraits with just one (hard) light appeared first on DIY Photography.... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 05-27-2024 5:36 AM
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This week's challenge brought some nice memories to my mind and made me remember all the field lessons I learned while documenting Lucha Libre in my country. Somewhere between late 2018 and early 2019, Melissa and I had the sublime opportunity of getting closer to this sport. Sunday at 18:00, a private parking lot was […]The post Athletic Endeavours, Energetic Doggo and Bluetooth Transferring! appeared first on Light Stalking.... READ MORE
Light Stalking | 05-27-2024 5:00 AM
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Skylum has announced the release date for a brand-new photo-processing application aimed specifically at professional portrait retouching. The app will be released in September 2024,...The post Skylum announces Project Barcelona, a new app for portrait retouching appeared first on DIY Photography.... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 05-27-2024 4:42 AM
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2.4GHz wireless microphone systems are the industry standard for many creators. There are quite a lot of systems out there, so it’s refreshing to see...The post The Godox XT1 is affordable, tiny, and… transformable! appeared first on DIY Photography.... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 05-27-2024 4:30 AM
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Brewing beauty: Capturing still life magic with coffee beans and daisies, and the Hobolite Micro! Calling all coffee and flower enthusiasts (and photographers, of course!)! This blog post is for you! I recently brewed up a storm of inspiration with a still-life photoshoot featuring fresh coffee beans and delicate daisies, all beautifully illuminated by the […]... READ MORE
PhotoFocus | 05-27-2024 4:00 AM
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Rod Lawton explains what ‘bokeh’ is, how to say it, and what makes for good bokeh… The word ‘bokeh’ is typically mis-used, misunderstood or simply mispronounced. There’s a tendency now to equate ‘bokeh’ with background blur, but they are not the same thing.Blur is blur. You can have a lot of it or a little, and that’s all related to depth of field, but that doesn’t tell you anything about the visual appearance or quality of that blur. What this blur looks like is ‘bokeh’. You... READ MORE
Amateur Photographer | 05-27-2024 3:30 AM
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A scary incident at yesterday's Monaco Grand Prix had at least 10 photographers diving for safety as Red Bull's Sergio Perez slammed into the barrier.[Read More]... READ MORE
PetaPixel | 05-27-2024 3:16 AM
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The post How to Reduce Camera Shake (14 Powerful Techniques) appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Natalie Norton.We’ve all been there: you line up your camera, focus meticulously, and then…blur. What happened? More often than not, the problem is camera shake – those pesky vibrations that ruin your images without warning.The good news, however, is that camera shake isn’t an unbeatable foe. There are a handful of powerful methods you can use to ensure that your photos never suffer from camera... READ MORE
Digital Photography School | 05-27-2024 3:00 AM
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We’ve just seen the arrival of the latest Lumix camera, the Panasonic S9. This is a full-frame L-mount model that takes many of the features of the SLR-shaped Lumix S5 II and squeezes them into a much smaller body. According to Panasonic’s press release, it’s supposed to be “a stylish companion for content creators on the go”, and it comes in four attractive colours.I must admit, when I first saw the Lumix S9, I was completely smitten. It’s a fine-looking camera that has a real... READ MORE
Amateur Photographer | 05-27-2024 1:30 AM
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Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country.This post is dedicated each year to the memory of David Leimbach (shown above; the brother of my dear friend and colleague Jeff Leimbach), who died 16 years ago in combat in Afghanistan.Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect... READ MORE
Lightroom Killer Tips | 05-27-2024 1:16 AM
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Where’s your permit?Who said you could try to solve this problem?I don’t get it…That’s too original.It’s not original enough.You missed a comma.That’s not funny.That’s been done before.That’s never been done before.It’s not your best work.None of us are authorized to solve interesting problems.And there are no guarantees.Do it anyway. Generous creativity is the only way things can get better.      ... READ MORE
Seth Godin | 05-27-2024 1:11 AM
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