April 18, 1925. Washington, D.C. "Geo. Washington High inter class track meet at Central High." Skinny Shorts trounces Billowing Bloomers. View full size.
Transcend, a lesser-known manufacturer of storage devices, has recently unveiled a new lineup of Industrial strength SDHC and MicroSDHC cards capable of withstanding extreme temperatures. They’re called the Wide Temperature lineup and as their name suggests, these SDHC and MicroSD cards are meant to be pushed to the limits. How far? Transcend claims these MicroSD [...]Show More Summary
1. The Harlem newsboy, originally captured by Gordon Parks. 2. Booker T. Washington in his Tuskegee University office, 1906. 3.Picnickers at a Sarasota trailer park, 1941. 4. Armed troops blocking off a road near an explosion at an oil factory near Texas City, Texas, April 17, 1947. 5. Frank "Slivers" Oakley, the Baseball Clown, 1904. See more »
In this video we take a look at the work of Cristina Mittermeier, a conservation photographer who has dedicated her working life to documenting our changing environment and the roles of human communities around the world in protecting it. Watch the video
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The DxO ONE smartphone companion camera is to benefit from a host of improvements and new features when the company releases new firmware early in December. Read more
The team behind the Lumu smartphone light meter has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of Lumu Power, their next generation device. In addition to ambient light levels, the Lumu Power is also capable of measuring flash exposure and color temperature. Read more
New York circa 1903. "Flat-Iron Building, Fifth Avenue and Broadway." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
It might not be as ubiquitous as Adobe Lightroom, but Capture One Pro is arguably a better piece of software for those wanting to truly get the most out of their images. Today, Phase One has launched Capture One Pro 9, the latest and most advanced iteration of its post-processing software. Along with the fancy [...]Show More Summary
Phase One has launched Capture One Pro 9, the latest iteration of its tethering and image editing software. Capture One Pro 9 offers a 'completely updated contrast engine,' additional brushes, color editor masks and new keyword tools, among other features. Read more
Over the last few weeks, we shared a few retouching tutorials, there was one about color and one about masks (and a few others here and there). If you are shooting for yourself then practice comes easy, you use the files you shot. But if you want to practice retouching (and leave photography for another time) you [...]Show More Summary
To shine light on the simplicity of creating a pinhole image, artist Kelli Anderson designed This Book is a Camera, a pop-up book that contains a real, useable pinhole camera inside. The book aims to explain how cameras work in the most basic way, and shows how easy creating a camera obscura really is. Show More Summary
Ricoh's string of teaser coverage for its upcoming full-frame Pentax DSLR continues today with a new image of the camera and a press release - though not much in the way of more concrete information. Read more
The Public Information Office of the Copyright Office is extending its hours on a pilot basis through December 31. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, staff will accept inquiries by telephone from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., eastern time. Show More Summary
(And then Missy took it way down regarding photograph–so far down, that she referred to herself in the 3rd person. xoxo) I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed. I have no idea how to wear a scarf without looking like it’s 1974 and I am constantly changing my online passwords because I can’t remember [...] The post Why Did It Change? appeared first on DIY Photography.
May 6, 1965. "World's Fair, Flushing L.I. Robert & Frances Vargo from Verplanck, N.Y., with Madame Grace Zia Chu, cooking Chinese Spare Ribs at Festival of Gas." Madame Grace, known as the "First Lady of Chopsticks," was a sort of Asian...Show More Summary
We’ve seen our fair share of interesting stabilization rigs, but this one might just take the cake. It’s a Mobius action cam strapped to the top of a tri-blade boomerang. Created by Victor Poulin of Boomerangs by Vic, this contraption uses a freely rotating swivel in the dead center of the boomerang and keeps the [...]Show More Summary
These amazing color photographs below show what streets of America looked like in the 1950s and 1960s... See more »
I am super paranoid about my photos getting deleted. Not just the photos I take for work, either, but all the photos, including the ones on my phone. Because of that fact, I’m very litigious about backing up my files. Not everyone has...Show More Summary