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What I’ve learned in my first year of photography

December 3rd, 2015 was the day I bought my first camera. I carefully chose one body and one lens (Nikon D5300 and a prime 50mm). These are some of the things I’ve learned throughout my journey: I still don’t know how to compose. My good...Show More Summary

2017 Pirelli calendar changes direction and shows beauty without retouching and makeup

There is hardly anyone who hasn’t heard of Pirelli. Even us who can’t drive have heard of this tire brand – thanks to their famous calendar. The company dates back to 1872, but the calendar was created in 1962. The sales had dropped, and they needed something to boost it. Show More Summary

Real World Review : i1 Filmmaker Kit – Get Your Color Right!

Oh, sure, you can buy the right cameras, lenses, microphones, grippage, etc., for your video productions Then you get into post. Make sure that the video files you are ingesting have been treated to the standards of the industry, from the time you start shooting, to your editing workflow. You know what they say: GIGO […]

Murder in Hitler's Bunker: Who Really Poisoned the Goebbels Children?

To this day, the murder by poisoning of the six children of Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels remains a mystery. Newly discovered records show that a doctor confessed in the 1950s to having been an accomplice, but that the judges in the case let him go unpunished. These are the last days of their lives, but the children don't know it. Show More Summary

Quick Tip: How to get X12 more time than the Sony camera battery

If you are shooting with a Sony camera, you know that they eat and spit batteries faster than I eat M&Ms. One trivial options is carry another set of batteries (though originals are about $45 each). What I am doing is using off the shelf...Show More Summary

43 Fantastic Medium Format Photos Captured Everyday Life of Thailand in the late 1970s

Here is a color photo collection that shows everyday life of Thailand in 1978. See more »

Can a $600 Godox AD600 compete with a $2,100 Profoto B1? Surprisingly yes

Here is something I did not see coming. Photographer Robert Hall did a full comparisson between the $600 Godox AD600BM and the $2,100 Profoto B1. While you’d think that the Profoto will nuke the AD600, this was not the case at all, and in most parameters it either won the battle or stood up fairly well. Show More Summary

Zoot Alors: 1943

July 1943. Washington, D.C. "Negro alley dwellings near the Capitol." Photo by Esther Bubley for the Office of War Information. View full size.

Vintage American Vaudeville Performer – 41 Old Portrait Photos Show Members of the Lovejoy Dancers in the 1930s

Before joining the Marcy Brothers act, Beatrice was a member of the Lovejoy Dancers. She was not a beautiful, but also a talented girl. This set was provided by her family that show members of this dancing group in the late 1920s and...Show More Summary

Second Graders: 1962

My second grade class at James Buchanan Elementary School, Levittown Pennsylvania, spring 1962. Teacher is Shayndel Sacks (which may have had a different spelling. Her first name was pronounced Shane-Dell, and her last name could have been spelled Sachs). Show More Summary

18 Stunning Vintage Photographs That Show How New Yorkers Celebrated the Holidays Back in the Day

There's nothing quite like Christmas in New York to get us all misty-eyed and nostalgic. Here, below is a collection of 20 stunning vintage shots of Gotham in holiday mode to compliment our modern-day photos of Christmas in NYC. Christmas tree lot, December 1903.  Children with sleds in Central Park, 1914. Macy's holiday windows, between ca. Show More Summary

DEADPOOL: the making of a superhero

Ever since the release of the first Deadpool trailer I knew I wanted to do a photo-shoot based on this character. The personality of this character leaves me with endless possibilities, from badass attitude to total irreverent behavior. Show More Summary

Fidel Castro: polarizing icon

People mourned and celebrated the death of the controversial and revolutionary leader of Cuba, Fidel Castro. Portraits of Castro appeared everywhere this week: in Cuban homes and streets, and in the hands of people around the world. A man shows his poster of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro in his home in Havana on Nov. Show More Summary

"The Car You Always Promised Yourself" – 19 Fascinating Ford Capri Ads from the 1960s and 1970s

The launch of the Ford Capri in 1969 introduced a sleek and sporty car into the UK market. It was claimed that the Capri had a spacious rear seat ensuring enough room for two adults as well as offering Custom Plans allowing customers...Show More Summary

Marilyn Monroe's Handwritten Drafts – Read Marilyn's Unpublished Personal Poems

When we think of Marilyn Monroe, we think of her with a copy of Ulysses — which is probably exactly how she wanted us to think of her, though not exactly the norm. Marilyn Monroe reading James Joyce's Odyssey, Long Island, N.Y., 1955. Show More Summary

How dog toys and toilet paper can improve your portrait photography

Coming up with new and interesting ways to improve your portraits in the studio can sometimes be challenging. You feel like you’re just going through the motions session after session. Photographer, Joe Edelman, recently posted a video...Show More Summary

29 Incredible Colorized Photos of French Army during WWI

Here is a collection of 29 incredible colorized photos showing everyday life of French soldiers from 1914-1918, during the World War One. Fort Vaux, November 22, 1916 French and British soldiers standing around a German A7V tank captured...Show More Summary

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