A lot of professional photographers have a growing frustration about losing jobs to part-time “photographers” doing horrible work for $30, or having clients tell them that another “photographer” will do the same job for $25. So, I got to thinking: what if other professions were treated like photography?
Here’s a sweet camera deal that’s currently available: the reputable eBay store robertsdigital is selling a nice kit with the original Olympus OM-D EM-5 camera. At $700, with what’s included, you’re essentially getting an EM-5 thrown in for free.
During the Great Depression in the US, the government had a role in creating the “golden age of American photography” by paying some of the best photographers to document the country. While many iconic shots emerged, other shots that weren’t as good were “killed”… with a hole punch.
Before I became a fashion photographer I worked as a retoucher and digital tech for other photographers. Full frame was still in its first or second generation, and from what I saw all the best fashion and advertising photographers were shooting digital medium format.
One of the things about film photography is that exposure on film, unlike in digital photography, is not equivalent at all to overall brightness of an image.
Whoa. Google just announced that it’s making its Nik Collection of desktop photo editing software 100% free.
Russian photographer Andrew Osokin is a master of winter macro photography. His photo collection is chock full of gorgeous super-close-up photographs of insects, flowers, snow, and frost. Among his most impressive shots are photographs of individual snowflakes that have fallen upon the ground and are in the process of melting away. The shots are so detailed and so perfectly framed that you might suspect them of being computer-generated fabrications.
Here it is… our first look at how Nikon’s new flagship D5 performs at high sensitivities up to its maximum ISO of 3,276,800.
With years of experience, I have learned how to handle most daily situations encountered as a photographer. With the emergence of social media, people can be very picky about photos and privacy. I understand.
It is often stated that, for photography, it is vital to use color management within your workflow, so that you can ensure accurate colors for your work.
It’s looking more and more like Flickr will soon find itself under the control of a new owner. It’s no secret that its parent company, Yahoo, has been struggling as of late, and now the latest word is that Yahoo is on the auction block and taking offers for its businesses.
Lens flare was once considered a problem in filmmaking and something that should be prevented with well designed lenses and special coatings, but now it’s something that’s embraced and seemingly in every movie that hits the silver screen. How and why did this change happen?
Companies like Facebook and Instagram have turned photo sharing into an industry dominated by smartphones and “Likes.” Nikon’s new DSLR ad campaign pushes back against this exploding culture.
Food photographers have all kinds of tricks they use to make food — or what appears to be food — look appealing on camera. Those tricks are revealed in a new photo project titled Faking It.
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Floating acrylic frames are an elegant way to display your photos on walls, but commercial solutions can be pricey. Here’s a 1.5-minute tutorial video by A Beautiful Mess on how you can go a cheaper do-it-yourself route for the same result.
Here’s a creative time-lapse of London by the filmmaker Matel. It combines day and night views of the city in each frame as a diptych.
How long does it take a person to learn photography? Can — or should — you make the jump from newbie to working professional professional in a heartbeat? That’s the question discussed in this insightful video by photographer Mike Browne.
Photographer Adam Nawrot wanted to chase light full time, so he bought an old NYPD surveillance van for $2,500 and turned it into his mobile home and editing studio.
My name is Ross Harvey, and I’m an international destination wedding photographer based in the UK. I just back from two weeks shooting street photography in Cuba, and it was a wonderful experience that I’d like to share with you.