These old photos were taken by an amateur photographer during his trips to England and Europe with the family from 1907 to 1922. They documented everyday life of some Italian cities such as Rome, Milan, Florence, Venice... from the late...Show More Summary
At the beginning of January, I was having a drink with a friend of mine. As it usually goes at this time of year, we asked each other about the New Year’s Eve and what we did that night. He started telling me about his fun night out, and at one point he said: “It […] The post Photographing Nightlife: Do Cameras Kill all the Fun? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Here is an argument that may shut the race for new gear. President’s Trump’s official portrait was taken with a Canon 1Ds Mark III. Now, it’s a great camera, but it’s also almost a decade into the market. It was announced in august, 2007. Show More Summary
These are some weird and funny photos that show things in the past you have rarely seen today. Female sailor drinking while embracing the other beer bottles Little boy aims a rifle at his grandpa Man climbing a street sign Man drinking from a huge bottle Man fishing while waves breaking See more »
Washington, D.C., circa 1910. "Washington Monument, looking west." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
It’s perfectly OK for men to post cute photos of holding cats in their arms, but these guys have taken it to a whole other level! They’ve been posing with their cats, just like probably many men secretly do, however, the thing is that their pictures came out and are funny as hell! See more »
GIMP’s often toted as the main alternative to Photoshop for folks who don’t want to spend any money. GIMP has been around since 1995. In the last 22 years, it’s already seen a lot of progress, but it still doesn’t really hold up for most photographers in comparison to Photoshop. Show More Summary
Gear Adorama's new portable lighting kit uses Canon and Nikon's radio trigger systems Another portable strobe option enters the mix.
Our weekly pick of the best reads from around the web for photographers and filmmakers. The post Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking appeared first on PDNPulse.
Detroit (Highland Park) circa 1916. "Four o'clock shift, Ford Motor Company." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
Donald Trump, who upended American politics and energized voters angry with Washington, was sworn in today as the 45th president of the United States, putting Republicans back in control of the White House for the first time in eight...Show More Summary
The concept of official White House photographer was established in the 1960s and started with John. F. Kennedy. Since then, every president of the US, except Jimmy Carter, has had his official photographer. The latest video by DigitalRev shows a brief history of presidents and their official photographers. Show More Summary
Louis Armstrong playing for his wife Lucille Wilson at the Pyramids of Giza, 1961. If there was one legacy, among many, of president Gamal Abdel Nasser that Egypt could have done without – it is the peculiar suspicion of foreigners, to the point of embarrassment, that rode the region’s pan-Arab nationalism wave in the 1950s and 1960s. Show More Summary
?????? ?? ????????????? ?????????????????????? ????????? – ?????? ? ????????? ? ???? ????? ?????????? ??????. (Russia, Dagestan) #exploringdagestan A photo posted by Shapiev Magomed (@photo_shapiev) on Jan 16, 2017 at 6:38am PST When a country or region is associated with war and conflicts, it’s difficult to change the public opinion. Show More Summary
The English are known throughout the world for their eccentricity and behavior that leaves many foreigners scratching their heads. Before his death at the age of 30, photographer Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s traveling across England trying to capture a disappearing way of life. Show More Summary
Researchers at Virginia Tech test are hoping to enable drones to fly over people in the future. Therefore, they are testing the consequences of collision between a drone and a human. Okay, not a real human, but a crash test dummy. They...Show More Summary
Being able to see with a camera in complete darkness is a challenge. For stills we often have to resort to long exposures. For video it can be virtually impossible. Thankfully, the megapixel race is all but over, and camera manufacturers are focusing on high ISO capability. Show More Summary
When digital cameras became widely available, many photographers have switched from analog to digital shooting. Now we’re deep into the digital era, but it seems that analog photography is gaining momentum again. If you started yourShow More Summary