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Snapchat Spectacles are finally available for online purchase

Snapchat Spectacles have finally stopped being a rare treasure. If you’ve wanted to try them out, you can now get them on the online store of Snap Inc. These sunglasses with a built-in camera allow you to shoot videos and record what you see from your point of view. Show More Summary

4 Simple Ways to Get Sharper Photos

If I were to ask you what the best way to make sharper photographs is, your mind might instantly jump to something like, “Get a better lens.” While the quality of your lens glass certainly does play a huge role in overall image sharpness, it is not an absolute guarantee. Show More Summary

How to Introduce Lifestyle Photography to Families

Firstly, what exactly is lifestyle photography? Most people are familiar with a family photo shoot, where they go to a studio and get a nice group shot of the family, all smiling in front of the camera. While this is perfectly nice, it feels rather static. Show More Summary

Save 96% On The Ultimate Photography Bundle – 41 Training Resources That Will Transform Your Photography

This is a post I’ve been looking forward to publishing for months now because it has the potential to transform your photography and take average photos to great! Today dPS is proud to be part of putting together one of the most unbelievable...Show More Summary

This fantastic music video is designed for watching both forwards and backwards [NSFW]

Russian rock band Leningrad from Saint Petersburg has recently released a new video. It’s for their new song ??????? (Tattoo Artist), and it features an absurd sequence of mistakes in reverse. When I first saw it, I couldn’t stop watching. Show More Summary

This timelapse shows increasing importance of photography in New York Times since 1852

We’ve seen that captivating timelapse videos can be created without leaving your home. The one we’re presenting today is created entirely of front pages of The New York Times. Data artist Josh Begley created this timelapse that follows front pages of every NYT issue since 1852. Show More Summary

19 Tips For Shooting Better Portraits (#19 is my fav)

I am often asked how I manage to photograph a celebrity in a few minutes or what is the best way to shoot a good portrait. Here is my list of hints for shooting better portraits. Every year, I teach a few portraiture workshops. Photography...Show More Summary

What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned in photography?

No matter what you do, I’m sure you learn from your job and your hobbies. About yourself, about the world and about the people around you. Ted Forbes addresses this topic in this video that can really get you thinking. He shares the most important lesson he’s learned as a photographer. Show More Summary

Clearing my mind of digital bad habits with a pinhole film camera

Digital photography created a wonderful new world of opportunities but it also changed the way we photograph, instilling in us a lot of bad habits. One of the worst effects of digital photography is to make us shoot too much and post process even more. Show More Summary

How to get the “illustrative” look in your portraits

I can’t tell you how many times I get comments like “Wow this is so cool; it almost looks like a painting!” Not that I’m complaining about that whatsoever; I take it as a compliment. It’s one of my goals when creating a work of art –...Show More Summary

How to create stunning fake freckles with a toothbrush and no Photoshop

Freckles are one of those strange things in life. Many who have them try to hide them. Many who don’t absolutely adore them. Sometimes, though, you get a subject in front of your lens covered in freckles and extremely proud of them. That’s the ideal situation for a photographer who loves freckles. Show More Summary

The best LED video lighting kit you can get for $500

With as much competition as there is in today’s LED marketplace, it can be tough to know what’s worth buying. There’s so many models out there that look almost identical to each other (or are identical, but with a different brand name). Show More Summary

Amazing Wildlife and Nature Photos from Costa Rica

If you appreciate exotic wildlife and stunning landscapes, Costa Rica is location that will surely interest you. Larry Kimball and Barbara Magnuson, a married couple that has been working together for more than 25 years, have spent a great deal of time in Costa Rica, and have even written a book on the plants of the country. Show More Summary

10 beginner tips to up your photo game and improve your work

No matter how experienced we may get as photographers, there are always ways to improve. Sometimes it’s learning something new. At other times it’s simply seeing something in a new way. Occasionally, it’s just getting reminders to help us lose bad habits that might make us screw up. Show More Summary

This photographer creates artistic landscapes using only surveillance cameras

We’ve all seen all kinds of cameras and different ways of creating very artistic photos. But I have recently discovered one of the most interesting landscape series so far. Surveillance Landscapes is a series of photos by fine art photographer Marcus DeSieno. Show More Summary

Fujinon announces two cinema zoom lenses for Sony E-mount

Fujinon has announced two new cinema zoom lenses: MK 18-55mm T2.9 and MK 50-135mm T2.9. They are fast, compact, versatile, and affordable. If you are in the “Sony team”, you may want one for your camera, as they are compatible with E-mount cameras with Super 35mm-sized sensor. Show More Summary

Sony portrait lenses: GM 70-200mm 2.8 vs. 85mm 1.4

Choosing your portrait lens is not a trivial thing. most good portrait lenses are not cheap, and they will probably serve you for a long time. Preferences may depend on budget, size, focal length, aperture and any other number of factors. Show More Summary

Planet Earth II is BBC’s most cinematic series yet

When it was first broadcasted in 2006, BBC’s series Planet Earth was truly groundbreaking. And now, more than ten years later, there is its brand new sequel – Planet Earth II. It’s the most cinematic wildlife film yet. You could sit back and watch it, and feel like you’re watching a movie. Show More Summary

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