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Instagram now supports multi-account use

If you're juggling multiple Instagram accounts for personal and professional use, the latest version of the app is about to make life a little easier. Version 7.15 for iOS and Android adds support for up to 5 accounts. Read more

Finally! Adobe updates Bridge CC for improved performance

Adobe has released a significant update to Bridge CC, its venerable file management program. Where Photoshop and Lightroom have seen multiple incremental updates over the past few years, Bridge has been left somewhat alone. That allShow More Summary

An Introduction to Boudoir Photography

24 minutes agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Myla Gonzalez Portrait photography can be extremely challenging, even when everyone involved is fully clothed, but bringing things into the boudoir can be an entirely different challenge. We asked boudoir photographer Myla González of...Show More Summary

12 Odd and Creepy Vintage Valentine Cards You Shouldn't Give to Anyone

1. How many can you keep on the string at one time?. 2. It STRIKES me that I love you. 3. I'll be green with envy if SOMEBODY ELSE is your Valentine. 4. Be my Valentine. I'm up a tree and awful blue. Give me your heart that's the thing to do. 5. Let me take a STAB at being your Valentine. See more »

Adobe Bridge 6.2 offers new automated cache features and brings back auto-stacking panorama/HDR

It might not be Adobe’s most widely used program for photo management, but Adobe Bridge plays a vital role in many photographers’ workflow, mine included. Today, Adobe has unveiled version 6.2 of Adobe Bridge CC, a substantial update that brings a plethora of new features to the table. First up is the addition of an [...]Show More Summary

Photo Editing Workflow for Travel Photography

Get Viktor’s Lightroom Rapid Editing System for Travel Photography Course 50% off now at SnapnDeals for a limited time only – February 9th-23rd, 2016. A few years ago, just as I returned with 5,000 brand new photos from a driving trip...Show More Summary

The International Space Station as Captured with the Nikon P900’s Monster Zoom

Shortly after its announcement I read a review of the Nikon P900 super-zoom bridge camera, where the author excitedly said it can be used to shoot objects as far as ten miles away. Judging by this photo of the International Space Station, captured by Naftali Maimon, I’m happy to say the P900’s 83x 2000mm-equivalent zoom [...]Show More Summary

Varoom With a View: 1928

San Francisco circa 1928. "DeSoto sedan cresting hill." Last seen here a year ago, making steady progress up Webster Street toward points unknown. 5x7 inch glass negative by automotive impresario Christopher Helin. View full size.

FilmToaster lets you use your DSLR to digitize film photos

Even if you’re a film photographer, it’s likely that at some point you will need to digitize your negatives. While Scanning is the optimal solution in terms of resolution and quality, it’s also possible to use a digital camera to take a picture of the negative, effectively giving you a true digital negative to work [...]Show More Summary

Photo Workshop: Savannah Lighting

4 hours agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Event date: October 21st, 2016 at 9:00am to October 23rd, 2016 at 1:00pm

Why Color Calibrate? Outdoor Photographer David Cardinal Weighs In

4 hours agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

Sponsored by Datacolor                               As an award-winning travel and nature photographer, David Cardinal knows a thing or two about color. Some days, he’s up at sunrise on the African savanna to capture a pack of lions hunting. Other days, he’s wandering […] The post Why Color Calibrate? Outdoor Photographer David Cardinal Weighs In appeared first on PDNPulse.

Lonely Buoy: 1935

Circa 1935. "Water scenes. Water and Sky I. Made for Mr. Sharpe of Potomac Electric Power Co." 5x7 nitrate negative by Theodor Horydczak. View full size.

“As Time Goes By” Captures the Stark Reality of Aging 

One of photography’s most powerful tools is its ability to create a tangible record or memory of who we were and who we have become. When Barbara Davatz began photographing her series, “As Time Goes By,” in 1982, she didn’t think it would turn into a 30-year project. Show More Summary

Adobe Bridge CC 6.2 Promises Faster Loading, Better Importing From Macs

5 hours agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Once Adobe brought Lightroom into the mix, the Bridge workflow software always seemed to occupy a bit of an odd space in its overall hierarchy. For those who are unfamiliar, Bridge is something of a companion piece of software for Photoshop that allows you to quickly browse and organize files before opening them in the image editing app. Show More Summary

Review: Think Tank Turnstyle Sling Bag

From messenger bags to suitcases, camera bags today come in just about every shape and form. After spending years tinkering mainly with backpacks and belt packs, I decided to try out a relatively new type of camera bag: the Think Tank TurnStyle sling bag. Show More Summary

Sony Xperia Z5 camera review

The Sony Xperia Z5 currently shares the top spot in DxoMark's mobile rankings with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. With a 23MP BSI CMOS sensor, F2.0 lens and hybrid AF system it's easy to understand how it might have ended up at the top of the rankings. Our full review digs into image quality as well as our experience using the Z5 for photography. Read more

Stunning Photos of Families in Alabama in 1950s

This is a stunning set of photographs taken by famed African-American photographer Gordon Parks during segregation in the 1950s. See more »

An Old Camera Collection Used To Decorate A Photographer’s Office

This is probably the best wall you are going to see in the next few years, and you can’t unsee it, so be prepared for some major drooling. Photographer Marco Marques build a custom display unit to show off his old camera collection. The collection shows 45 cameras (the 3 empty shelves have been filled) and [...]Show More Summary

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