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How to create flawlessly retouched skin with dodge & burn

Retouching skin with dodge and burn is one of the most valuable skill a photographer can learn. It can have such a dramatic effect on your image, but it does it completely non-destructively. While dodging and burning has been aroundShow More Summary

A Vanished World: 27 Rare and Amazing Photographs Capture Jewish Life in Europe Before the Holocaust

Photographer Roman Vishniac created some of the most iconic images of Jewish life in Europe before the Holocaust, documenting a world that would soon vanish. He also chronicled the rise of Nazism and the aftermath of World War II. However,...Show More Summary

Oldest Known Photographs of 15 Famous Cities Around the World

The daguerreotype process, invented by pioneering French photographer Louis Daguerre, came into widespread use from the early 1840s to the late 1850s. The long exposure times required for these early photographs meant that they were not suitable for commercial portraits. Show More Summary

Google Street View now lets you explore the International Space Station

Google Street View lets you see almost all corners of the world, but now you can even see the world from another angle – from space. They launched the latest novelty to the web app, which lets you explore the inside of the International Space Station (ISS). Show More Summary

Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

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“Reading is a discount ticket to everywhere.”  ? Elizabeth Hardwick George Romero Gave Rise to Underdog Cinema – No Film School 9 Filmmaking Tips from George Romero – Film School Rejects How to Land the Cover of Sports Illustrated – Pro...Show More Summary

U.S. lifts the electronics ban from the Middle East flights

Earlier this year, the U.S. banned electronics on flights from eight Muslim countries. Even though there was a word it could happen on all international flights, the U.S. government has decided to lift the electronics ban altogether....Show More Summary

Photographer creates quirky monsters will bring out your inner child

When it comes to monsters, cartoons, and movies, I believe my mind and heart are still stuck somewhere in the childhood. And this is why I loved the latest project by photographer Jan von Holleben. Monster Heroes is a set of quirky super-creatures,...Show More Summary

Watch this model show off 30 poses in 15 seconds

Working with a model can be one of the most amazing experiences of your photographic life. This is especially true if you have an experienced model that can knock out poses in rapid succession by themselves so that you can concentrate on the photography. Show More Summary

The Gentleman's Guide to Self-Defense Maneuvers, c.1895

These images come from an untitled album from circa 1895, which catalogued numerous maneuvers a person can use if suddenly engaged in hand-to-hand combat. The photographs depict two finely dressed gentlemen demonstrate a variety of encounters and the holds, twists, chops and drops one can use to come out on top, pocket watch and coin purse intact. See more »

This 7 part crash course will teach you everything about post processing videos

If you’re into creating video content, then you’re definitely going to want to set aside some time to watch this one. Probably a few evenings. Adobe Worldwide Evangelist, Jason Levine, has put together this amazing seven video course on how to make great videos. Show More Summary

How To Photograph Landscapes At Night

The challenge of shooting in low light and nighttime lighting conditions can be daunting. While many of the same principles apply to night photography as photographing during the day, there is definitely a learning curve before you start taking great photos at night. Show More Summary

Santa Barbara: 1906

Circa 1906. "Santa Barbara, California -- General view from west." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

Learn how to light the inside of a cube for better interior architectural shots

Architectural photography has never really appealed to me. Not shooting it, at least. I do enjoy looking at it occasionally and there’s some fantastic work out there. For me, an interior is basically just an environment for a portrait rather than the subject itself. Show More Summary

51 Amazing Photos of Ballet Dancers of the Paris Opéra in the Early 1860s

Most of the portraits in this set from The Library of Nineteenth-Century Photography that show ballet dancers of the Paris Opéra in the early 1860s. They were taken by French photographer, and inventor of the carte-de-visite André Adolphe...Show More Summary

Can you spot doctored images? This study suggests you can’t

A picture is worth a thousand words, but when the picture is doctored – it’s a thousand words long lie. And when these fake photos hit the news and ads, it becomes a problem.  Sophie J. Nightingale of the University of Warwick ran a study to test how well people can detect doctored images. Show More Summary

How to get rid of four different types of flares

Sometimes flare is a matter of artistic preference and choice. However, there are plenty of instances when we don’t want it in photos. Koldunov Brothers show you four different types of flares, and the methods to get rid of them. In some cases, there are only minor improvements. Show More Summary

Photographer shoots an abandoned building he made from Styrofoam and wood

When it comes to amazing miniature photography, Felix Hernández is the man. He often builds his models from scratch using available materials. Although he’s had some works inspired by famous movies (like Star Wars or Back to the Future), this time he was inspired by the feeling of deep solitude. Show More Summary

How to Find Animals for Wildlife Photography Beginners

Wildlife photography may seem like an attractive field of photography to you, but one of the most daunting things for beginners is how to actually go about finding the animals in the first place. Thanks to mankind’s destructive nature...Show More Summary

10 Photography Bad Habits for You to Conquer

Let’s define what a bad habit is first; A habitual behavior considered to be detrimental to one’s wellbeing. However, this can be extended into learning a new skill set (like photography) where you may develop habits that can inhibit your learning progression, or even cause you physical injury. Show More Summary

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