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Canon's New ‘Virtual Camera' Tech is Something Straight Out of Sci-Fi

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Intel isn't the only one working on sci-fi-style virtual camera systems for things like sporting events. Canon just announced that it's developing a new “Free Viewpoint”...
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Conquering Your Camera Settings in Landscape Photography

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Understanding basic camera settings is important so that you know how to react in different conditions such as varying light, moving subjects, or to achieve maximum...
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This Guy Flew His Camera Drone Onto, Inside, and Under a Moving Train

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Camera drone operator Paul Nurkkala just released a video titled “Flight of the Year” that showcases his world-class drone piloting skills. He captured some seemingly...
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5 Ways to Change the Color of Anything in Photoshop

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Changing the color of an object using Photoshop is a typical use case for the software, and there are many ways to do it. This 20-minute video from Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid...
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Yashica to Unleash an ‘Unprecedented Camera' in October 2017

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Starting in early August, the iconic Japanese camera brand Yashica began teasing a big “coming chapter” in its life. While some people dismissed it as hype for a new clip-on...
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Stop Asking About Camera Settings

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Photographer Tony Northrup wants you to stop asking photographers about their camera settings. In this 7-minute video, he explains why the camera settings that were used for an...
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A Near-IR Photo of the Moon's Shadow During the Great American Eclipse

A Near-IR Photo of the Moon's Shadow During the Great American Eclipse

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During the Great American Eclipse, L. Paul Verhage sent up a high-altitude balloon in Eastern Oregon and captured this beautiful photo of the moon's full shadow passing across...
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Dickies Commissioned a Photographer to Shoot with an 8×10 Camera

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The clothing brand Dickies wanted to celebrate its 50th anniversary of their signature pair of trousers, so they commissioned George Muncey to take a series of portraits on his...
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5 Hidden Tips and Tricks in Photoshop That Save Time and Speed You Up

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Photoshop is such a hugely featured application that much of its feature set can be overlooked by even seasoned veterans. This 25-minute video tutorial from photographer Jake...
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How to Photograph White Wine on a Perfectly White Background

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White wine in product photography can be easily made to glow and give a beautiful color and gradient through the glass. In this 9-minute tutorial, Dustin Dolby of workphlo...
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I Shot My First Wedding and Didn't Mess It All Up. Here's What I Learned

I Shot My First Wedding and Didn't Mess It All Up. Here's What I Learned

My name is Alex Hengen , and I'm a non-pro, non-wedding photographer. Last year I took a few pictures at my sister's wedding, and my cousin, having his own wedding coming up... Read more ...

Pete Turner, Color Photography Icon, Dies at 83

Pete Turner, Color Photography Icon, Dies at 83

Pete Turner, the American photographer who's recognized as one of the first masters of color photography, has died. He was 83. The New York Times reports that Turner passed... Read more ...

Lowtide, Bayview..Watercolor..Texas Artist..Rae Andrews

Lowtide, Bayview..Watercolor..Texas Artist..Rae Andrews

Just finished this one, quite enjoying my watercolor escape lately. This image is really out of my head, I wanted to reflect the trees a little in the lowtide waters, and the... Read more ...

Urban Infrastructure: 1941

Urban Infrastructure: 1941

July 1941. "Work on streetcar tracks, Fourteenth and G Streets N.W., Washington, D.C." Medium format negative by Martha McMillan Roberts. View full size. Read more ...

The Tintype Photographer Who Works Out of a 1938 Harley-Davidson Sidecar

The Tintype Photographer Who Works Out of a 1938 Harley-Davidson Sidecar

Rob Gibson is a tintype photographer who works in what he calls “the world's fastest darkroom.” After photographing vintage motorcycle and car events, he develops his tintypes... Read more ...

IKC de Geluksvogel / UArchitects

IKC de Geluksvogel / UArchitects

East side. Image © Daan Dijkmeijer and UArchitects Architects: UArchitects Location: Maastricht, The Netherlands Architect In Charge: Misak Terzibasiyan Area: 2100.0 m2 Project... Read more ...

Newly Inspired

Newly Inspired

I'm always newly inspired after traveling. Last week we took a whirlwind trip to San Francisco, Napa, and Anderson Valley. I took so many incredible images, I've got reference... Read more ...

Monotype: Winter Geraniums

Monotype: Winter Geraniums

This is a post from Belinda Del Pesco's Art Blog Belinda Del Pesco . Do you Paint from Family Photos? The reference photo for the art above was snapped in the mid 1970's, in... Read more ...

Poised to Pounce: 1939

Poised to Pounce: 1939

July 1939. "Rooftop parking, Washington, D.C." Pedestrians look left, right, and up. Medium format negative by David Moffat Myers. View full size. Read more ...

Cultural Center of Beicheng Central Park in Hefei / Shenzhen Huahui Design

Cultural Center of Beicheng Central Park in Hefei / Shenzhen Huahui Design

Streetview. Image © Yao Li, Sui Sicong Architects: Shenzhen Huahui Design Co. Ltd Location: Beicheng New District, Hefei, Anhui, China Architect In Charge: Xiao Cheng Project... Read more ...