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These 5 hidden Photoshop tips and tricks will help speed up your worklfow

I’m a big believer in post workflow efficiency. Whether working with stills or video, one can never seem to get their workflow fast enough. And these days, we all spend far more time at the computer than we’d like. I know I do. I spent...Show More Summary

How to do High-Speed Photography – the Fundamentals

What is high-speed photography? High-speed photography is capturing the moments that happen in a fraction of time which you can’t see with the naked eye, like a bursting balloon or a splash of water. This photography is different from other kinds because it requires almost 1/20,000th of a second exposure time to freeze these moments. Show More Summary

30 Interesting Photographs Capture Street Scenes of London in the Early 1980s

The 1980s were an iconic time for the United Kingdom, and London was at the centre of it all. These interesting color photographs below show what London's street scenes looked like in the early 1980s. See more »

Instagram adds native profile support for stalkers to see who follows back

One of the biggest complaints about Instagram has always been that you can’t easily see who follows you back. Or at least, it’s one of the oldest complaints, if not the current big one. We’ve had to rely on a series of third party apps and websites to help figure out who’s following us back. Show More Summary

Can an Infringer Purchase a Retroactive License?

Many infringers attempt to purchase a license after the infringing act begins. Does the “retroactive license” absolve the infringement? No, said the court in Palmer/Kane, LLC v. Rosen Books Works, LLC, Case No. 15-cv-7406 (SD NY Aug....Show More Summary

Beautiful France in 1970 Through An Australian Traveler's Lens

These beautiful photos of France in 1970 that were taken by lindsaybridge, an Australian travel addict who also loves to write and take photographs to document daily life's moments. Open rear platform bus in Paris Palace of Versallies, near Paris Palace of Versallies, near Paris Paris from Notre Dame Cathedral Paris from Notre Dame Cathedral See more »

Oprema Jena revives Biotar 58mm f/2.0 lens with 17 aperture blades

After successfully funding a Kickstarter campaign for the resurrection of Biotar 75mm f/1.5, Oprema Jena is bringing back its “little brother,” Biotar 58mm f/2.0. The lens features unique bokeh, and it’s very sharp even at wide aperture. Show More Summary

Hot Texas Weiners: 1939

Spring 1939. "Washington, D.C., lunchroom." Offering, in addition to Lone Star tube steaks, "Tables for Ladies." Medium format acetate negative. View full size.

43 Glamorous Photos of Lucille Ball in the 1930s

Lucille Désirée Ball (1911-1989) was an American actress, comedienne, model, film-studio executive, and producer. She was best known as the star of the self-produced sitcoms I Love Lucy, The Lucy–Desi Comedy Hour, The Lucy Show, Here's...Show More Summary

A New Workshop for Learning Video

CREATE A 2-3 MINUTE VIDEO FOR SELF PROMOTION LINK to Enroll. We do it together. Creative Approach > Storyboard > Simple Special Effects (Slow Motion, B Roll, etc…) > Shoot Video to Storyboard > Assembling Assets: A Roll / B Roll / Audio...Show More Summary

Spritzed by an Angel: 1942

November 1942. Babies' Hospital, New York. "Nurse training. Nurses learn the care of patients suffering from burns. Here, the nurse paints a boy's burned back with sulfathiazole. The treatment of burns is of much public interest in these...Show More Summary

Lensbaby release new Sweet 80 lens and new Creative Bokeh Optic

In the past, I’ve not really been big on the whole Lensbaby thing. But, having now tried a few of them in person, I can safely say they’re winning me over. The “Sweet” range of lenses I particularly like for their aesthetic, especially when paired up with a Composer. Show More Summary

How I photographed Jennifer Lawrence

We all have our dreams, some are simple while others are complex, buried with the overwhelming mountain of hurdles. I began my creative career in the one of the most complex industries; music. The business of music is just like any other...Show More Summary

20 Haunting Photos From the Heyday of the Eugenics Movement at the Turn of 20th Century

The photos – from a time Britain and America would prefer to forget – show people’s heads being measured in order to determine their mental faculties as well as displaying the “undesirable” traits of people who “shouldn’t be allowedShow More Summary

Review: Nikon D7500 with 18-140mm Kit Lens

The 7000 series of cameras from Nikon have been very popular since they were first introduced in 2010. It is a mid-range camera in their lineup but sits at the top end of the amateur level cameras. As with many of these cameras the new...Show More Summary

This map shows you the drone laws for every country in the world

Flying a drone requires knowing the laws. If you travel with the drone, you need to get familiar with the laws of the country you’re visiting. To make this easier, foXnoMad has created a map that shows you the drone laws of every country in the world. Show More Summary

Four Photographers Honored in the 2017 Ian Parry Scholarship Award

Sharafat Ali has won the 2017 Ian Parry Scholarship, the board of the scholarship program announced yesterday. Ali, who is based in Kashmir and covers conflict, politics, faith and daily life in the region, won the Award for Achievement for his work on anti-India protests in the region. Show More Summary

Hands on review of the new Profoto A1 – Natural beautiful light. Easy to Use. Never miss a shot.

We all know and love the legendary lighting manufacturer that is Profoto. For decades, they have produced and supported the most durable, powerful, and consistent lighting equipment for professional photographers around the world. In...Show More Summary

Getty Announces 2017 Editorial Grant Winners

Getty Images has awarded grants of $10,000 each to five photographers to support personal documentary projects of “universal importance,” the photo agency announced on September 7. The editorial grant winners are: Alejandro Cegarra for...Show More Summary

Beautiful Black and White Photos of a 1951 Packard 300 4-Door Touring Sedan

The Packard 300 was an automobile built and sold by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan for model years 1951 and 1952. The 300 represented the upper mid-range Packard model and provided better appointments than the Packard 200 or the Packard 250 models. Show More Summary

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