iOS10.1 is here, and there are a couple of big photo related bits of news. First up, the fake depth of field effect is here. Love it or hate it, if you have an iPhone 7 Plus, you’ve got it. “Portrait” mode has met a mixed reception. Most don’t see it as a serious tool, [...] The post Fake bokeh is finally here for all iPhone 7 Plus owners appeared first on DIY Photography.
Playgirl is an American magazine was founded in 1973 by Douglas Lambert during the height of the feminist movement as a response to erotic men's magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse that featured similar photos of women. The magazine features general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news. Show More Summary
Tearing down a ship the size of a skyscraper is dangerous, back-breaking work. The post See Workers Tear Apart a 650-Foot Ship in Shanghai appeared first on WIRED.
You know that film cameras are perfect for storing memories. Now, this Leica M3 tin replica box will store, well, other stuff. This little tin box is made after the iconic Leica M3 and resembles the camera in size and looks (size-wise that means 138mm x 71mm x 77mm). Only instead of having optics and mechanics, it [...]Show More Summary
When it comes to photography, Photoshop, and all things related, I tend to lean towards the stylised work. Not just my own, but in people whose work I admire. So I am pleased to bring you the work of Mark Rodreguiz a.k.a Ecletic Anima. I always hear people complain that they don’t know how to [...]Show More Summary
Here is an interesting collection of adorable vintage photos that captured ladies showing affection toward other ladies. See more »
I’d like to share a few tips for portraits of musicians that will help you avoid the awkward photos that make any musician cringe. Sometimes we are lucky enough as photographers to be asked to photograph someone with one of their most prized possessions: their musical instrument. Show More Summary
This is one of those tutorials that’s great to play around with, maybe do it once or twice. But in the end, the thing they are great for is that they always teach you something. It may not be much, but it might help you think in a different...Show More Summary
Photographing wildlife of deeply contrasting colors, such as black bears or white waterfowl, can present certain challenges setting up shots that are properly exposed for the wildlife and also the surroundings. Harsh lighting also makes exposing for these subjects especially difficult. Show More Summary
Off-camera flash is a key technique that can really differentiate your photography style and make you and your imagery appear more professional. The tools needed to achieve off-camera flash are relatively simple, consisting of just a flash unit and a cord or triggers to connect the flash to your camera. Show More Summary
As a photographer, you might have noticed that photo walks are all the rage these days. Whether it’s an event run through meetup.com or eventbrite.com, or a more involved workshop from a teacher that you follow, photo walks are one of the best ways to see a place and to improve your photography. Show More Summary
Picture this, you are about halfway through editing a beautiful urban landscape in Photoshop. You’ve already put hours into the image when suddenly you notice that a particular area of the image doesn’t add up. A wall you were working on has accidentally been Clone Stamped to look as if it were hanging at an unnatural angle. It just looks wrong. Show More Summary
We do a lot of weekly challenges around colors but we haven’t done one on pink yet on my watch! So I thought it was time. Weekly Photography Challenge – Pink Pink is a color many people associate with femininity and girls or girly stuff. Show More Summary
Rose colored glasses, in the pink, tickled pink, pinkie finger and a pink elephant. This color can represent a lot of things. Here are some examples by different photographers who found unique pink subjects to shoot. The post In The Pink – 19 Rosy Colored Images by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.
Festivals, fairs, and carnivals are a great visual opportunity for any travel photographer because they provide us with a glimpse into the local culture. I remember working in the Gion Matsuri festival in Japan. While one can say that...Show More Summary
Lightroom gives you a million and one ways to complete most photo edits. Having options is important. No two photos are alike, so no two edits are alike either. In this article, I’ll show you how to correct skin tones using Lightroom’s color curves. Show More Summary