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Main Street: 1905

Circa 1905. "Main Street -- Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

GodoxPhoto mobile app offers flash control for your DSLRs & Mirrorless cameras

Well, this is a pretty cool and interesting development from the Godox camp. There’s a new firmware out for each of the five Godox X1T triggers. Five, because there’s one each for Nikon, Canon, Sony, Fuji and Olympus/Panasonic. Releasing...Show More Summary

The Amazing Story and Photos of KISS Played at Cadillac High School's Homecoming in 1975

In the fall of 1974, Cadillac High School's Viking football team was down in the dumps. The year before, it had gone undefeated and reached the state playoffs. Now, two games into the new season, the Vikings had suffered two straight losses. Show More Summary

These Women's Matching Shoes from the Mid-1940s Are Totally Rad!

These photographs were shot by fashion photographer Nina Leen for LIFE magazine in 1946, and it seems that back in the day, people liked matching their shoes with other stuffs such as hats, gloves, jackets, umbrellas... The idea of walking...Show More Summary

Here’s where you can watch today’s Eclipse live over the Internet right now

If you’ve been on the Internet at any point in the last few weeks, you’ve probably heard of this eclipse that’s about to happen. It seems there’s a lot of feeds going up and down today as demand to view it online increases. I’ve been keeping an eye on a few of them myself. Show More Summary

This artist creates unique pinhole cameras made of clay

I’ve seen some stylish and unusual pinhole cameras over the years. But today, I stumbled upon the most unusual and gorgeous series of pinhole cameras so far. Steve Irvine is an artist passionate about photography and pottery. He has brought his two passions together, and he’s making pinhole cameras out of clay. Show More Summary

Ready for Their Close-Up: 1925

January 7, 1925. Washington, D.C. "Scientists of Naval Observatory with special camera to photograph eclipse of sun." 5x7 glass negative. View full size.

Executive Eclipse: 1925

January 24, 1925. "President & Mrs. Coolidge viewing eclipse of sun at White House." National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

This handy device turns almost any camera into a webcam

Game capture hardware maker Elgato has created Cam Link, a tiny and handy device that lets you turn any camera you have into a webcam. Although it’s aimed mainly at gamers who want to stream and record their gaming sessions, you can use it for other purposes as well. Show More Summary

Here are ten predictions about the future of photography

Photography has changed immensely over the years, and in the 21st century, the change seems to be faster than ever before. The team behind COOPH has created an interesting video where they suggest ten predictions about the future of photography. Show More Summary

Instagram turns to AI to fight the online comment trolls

No matter what the platform, the Internet is plagued with a common problem. Whether it’s Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, or a regular old fashioned forum on the web, trolls are everywhere. They have nothing better to do than try to mess up the day of other people. Show More Summary

Here's What First Class Air Travel Looked Like in the 1930s

Flying was very expensive. Most people still rode trains or buses for intercity travel. Only business travelers and the wealthy could afford to fly. America's airline industry expanded rapidly, from carrying only 6,000 passengers in 1930 to more than 450,000 by 1934, to 1.2 million by 1938. Show More Summary

What Does the Future of Photography Look Like?

2 days agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

What does the future of photography look like? Here are 10 compelling predictions. The post What Does the Future of Photography Look Like? appeared first on PDNPulse.

20+ gorgeous backlit rainy photos and a tutorial on how to take them

When it’s pouring rain, taking outdoor portraits is not the first thing most of us would do. But Japan-based photographer Ilko Alexandroff uses the rain to his advantage. He takes amazing backlit portraits in the rain, and they make it worth getting wet. Show More Summary

Optimizing Exposure: Shutter Speed

Shutter speed represents the amount of time the sensor is exposed to light. We use shutter speed to freeze motion. We use shutter speed to create movement and emphasize the feeling of motion. The various shooting modes of manual, aperture priority and shutter priority impact and manage shutter speed. Show More Summary

45 Cool Pictures That Show People Posing With Their Big Fishes in the Past

Do you think fishing is difficult? Have you ever caught fishes that are as big as yourself or even bigger? Just check these cool pictures to see how big fishes have been caught in the past. See more »

The new Atlanta Falcons stadium has an aperture roof

Football club Atlanta Falcons has a brand new stadium. The designers say it was inspired by Roman Pantheon, but as photographers, we found something else more interesting. The stadium’s retractable roof is inspired by camera aperture, and it opens and closes just like the aperture does. Show More Summary

Field Test: Loupedeck photo editing console

So I’m going to start this Field Test back to front and for one reason only, the LoupeDeck system blew my socks off and if you’re a wedding photographer.. in fact, if you’re into any genre of photography, the Loupedeck is a game changer. Show More Summary

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