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20 03 2020
Understanding Front vs Rear Curtain Sync, and How to Use Both for Portraits

Understanding Front vs Rear Curtain Sync, and How to Use Both for Portraits Article by PetaPixel Photographer Ashley Boring has teamed up with lighting company Westcott to create a helpful educational video that explains the difference between rear- and front-curtain flash sync, and shows you how to use this knowledge to create some interesting portraits. The traditional focal plane...

20 03 2020
3 Easy Lightroom Tips that Will Make Your Landscape Photos Look Professional

Three Easy Lightroom Tips that Will Make Your Landscape Photos Look Professional Article by Shutterbug "Everyone wants to know what they can do for better landscape photography results," Johnston says. " I truly believe that actually taking landscape photos varies so much that the workflow is more important in post processing. In this Lightroom tutorial,...

20 03 2020
Foam at Home

Foam at Home Article by Foam Free access to the Foam Magazine digital archives - #FoamAtHome Take care and immerse yourself in the Foam Magazine digital archives. Sign up to access 50+ magazine editions digitally including many sold-out issues. This is a limited time offer to keep you company. Sign Up HERE.

20 03 2020
Adobe and Avid To Provide Free Software Access During COVID-19 Shift

Adobe and Avid To Provide Free Software Access During COVID-19 Shift Article by No Film School Accessing software is now a little easier for newly remote creatives. During this new world of remote work for all, Avid and Adobe want to make it a little easier to support creative endeavors from home. Both companies are...

20 03 2020
Getty Images Inclusion Scholarships | Photography & Media Industries

Getty Images launches new series of Inclusion Scholarships to promote greater representation within the photography and media industries Article by Getty Images Getty Images will offer a series of scholarships totalling US$50,000 to help tackle wider industry issues of diversity and inclusion. London, 16 March 2020 – Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, has...

20 03 2020
WHAT MAKES CORRECTLY TONED BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS FOR PRINTS

WHAT MAKES CORRECTLY TONED BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS FOR PRINTS Article by Resource If you’re looking to create inkjet prints of your black and white photos, these tips will help you get great, correctly toned results.  When it comes to printing black and white photos using inkjet printers, there are a few things to keep in mind...

16 03 2020
STAYING HOME: EMPTY PUBLIC SPACES DURING CORONAVIRUS

When Everyone Stays Home: Empty Public Spaces During Coronavirus Article by The Atlantic In cities and regions hard-hit by the coronavirus crisis, quarantine measures and self-isolation efforts have left many public spaces deserted. Classrooms, plazas, malls, sports venues, cafes, houses of worship, and tourist destinations appear eerily empty as people stay home, cancel plans, and...

Tokyo, Shinjuku, 5 a.m., 1976.
05 03 2020
Straight Out of Science Fiction | Unseen Photos of 1970s Tokyo

Straight Out of Science Fiction | Unseen Photos of 1970s Tokyo Article by My Modern Met Photographer Greg Girard is known for his explorations of Asian cities like Hong Kong and Shanghai, but a newly published series of photographs reveals a pivotal moment early in his career. Several years in Tokyo during the mid- to late-1970s...

Glacier - Vallée Duhamel
03 03 2020
YUP. THIS WAS SHOT WITH AN IPHONE.

Yup. This was shot with an iPhone. Article by Cult of Mac Great looking shot on iPhone videos are a dime a dozen nowadays, but we guarantee you’ve never seen anything like this one. The creative team behind Vallee Duhamel pushed the iPhone XS Max camera to its limit for their conceptual video Glacier that has to be...

03 03 2020
Why You Need to Work in 16-Bit Over 8-Bit | Photoshop Advanced

Why You Need to Work in 16-Bit Over 8-Bit Article by FStoppers. For photographers of a certain age, the decision of whether to work in 8-bit or 16-bit is as easy as the decision between playing Nintendo and Super Nintendo in 1991. More colors led to more realistic graphics and better gameplay. The 16-bit Super Nintendo...

Andreas von Grabowiecki
03 03 2020
What Happens When you Combine Digital Photography with a 174-Year-Old Hand-Printing Process

What Happens When you Combine Digital Photography with a 174-Year-Old Hand-Printing Process Article written by Andreas von Grabowiecki for PetaPixel We've got our annual Cyanotype Workshop coming up and in the spirit of alternative print, here's what happens when you combine digital photography with this 174-Year-Old Hand-Printing Process. I entered the world of photography when digital...

03 03 2020
Understanding Various Video “Rates”

Understanding Various Video “Rates” Article by DPMag For photographers making the transition into moving pictures, there’s a lot to learn—not the least of which are several video-specific technical terms. Some of them—such as bitrate, frame rate and refresh rate—sound awfully similar, but they refer to very different things. Here’s an explanation of the differences between...

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