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How to do Non-Destructive Editing in Photoshop

Picture this, you are about halfway through editing a beautiful urban landscape in Photoshop. You’ve already put hours into the image when suddenly you notice that a particular area of the image doesn’t add up. A wall you were working on has accidentally been Clone Stamped to look as if it were hanging at an unnatural angle. It just looks wrong. Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Pink

We do a lot of weekly challenges around colors but we haven’t done one on pink yet on my watch! So I thought it was time. Weekly Photography Challenge – Pink Pink is a color many people associate with femininity and girls or girly stuff. Show More Summary

In The Pink – 19 Rosy Colored Images

Rose colored glasses, in the pink, tickled pink, pinkie finger and a pink elephant. This color can represent a lot of things. Here are some examples by different photographers who found unique pink subjects to shoot. The post In The Pink – 19 Rosy Colored Images by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.

Shooting Festivals and Events – Tips for Travel Photographers

Festivals, fairs, and carnivals are a great visual opportunity for any travel photographer because they provide us with a glimpse into the local culture. I remember working in the Gion Matsuri festival in Japan. While one can say that...Show More Summary

How to Correct Skin Tones Using Lightroom’s Color Curves

Lightroom gives you a million and one ways to complete most photo edits. Having options is important. No two photos are alike, so no two edits are alike either. In this article, I’ll show you how to correct skin tones using Lightroom’s color curves. Show More Summary

Parrot Drone BeBop 2 Review

[easyazon_link identifier=”B0188LENCS” locale=”US” tag=”dojocamera-20?][/easyazon_link] Introduction The Parrot drone BeBop 2 is  mid-range video-capable quadcopter, a significant improvement over its successor, the Parrot BeBop. While it does offer a very similar, hardly distinguishable design to... The post Parrot Drone BeBop 2 Review appeared first on Camera Dojo.

The Syma X5C Quadcopter HD Review

[easyazon_link identifier=”B00MNG37C2? locale=”US” tag=”dojocamera-20?][/easyazon_link] Specifications: Dimensions: 310 x 310 x 80 mm Weight: 916 g Material: Plastic Colors: White Max. speed: 14.3 m/s Max. altitude: 50 m Max. photo resolution: 2 MP Max. video resolution:... The post The Syma X5C Quadcopter HD Review appeared first on Camera Dojo.

What Is A “Photographer” Anyway?

Photograph of me making a photograph on my iPhone in Rocky Mountain National Park by Grey Gibbs Recently, my friend and fellow artist Jerry OConnor and I took a drive/ride to Superior, AZ to do a little video of me blabbing about being a “photographer”. I wanted to use it for some promos I was […]

Fashionista: 1912

From the collection of film and 4x5 glass negatives I recently purchased that seem to have been taken in upstate New York about 1912. This is from a film negative that has been bent, hence the flare on the right side. The lady's dress is spectacular, and she is coordinated with gloves and white shoes. I don't think this was an inexpensive outfit. View full size.

Desk Set: 1955

January 25, 1955. "Becton Dickinson Inc., Rutherford, New Jersey. Entrance toward double secretarial desk. Fellheimer & Wagner, client." Welcome to the cubist man-trap known as Executive Reception, where Miss Stellwagon presides over the Secretarial Lair. Please have a seat and we'll be right with you. 4x5 inch acetate negative by Gottscho-Schleisner. View full size.

Photo Plus Expo: Nicklen, Mittermeier on the Urgent Role of Conservation Photography

Photographers Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier, who were the keynote speakers at Photo Plus Expo on Saturday, delivered an urgent message to the audience: Time is running out to save marine ecosystems and wildlife, and photography is vital for raising the alarm and changing the course of natural history. Show More Summary

It was cameras that killed the Internet last week

Chinese electronics component manufacturer Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology (Xiongmai) has said that its products inadvertently played a roll in Friday’s massive cyber attack that disrupted major internet sites including Twitter, Spotify and PayPal throughout the USA and other parts of the world on Friday. Show More Summary

Tips for photographers on Instagram – How small pictures can make a big difference in a mobile driven world

Quite often other photographers tell me “I don’t have time for another social network and I don’t need Instagram”. Yet they spend hours posting on Facebook, 500px and Flickr where almost zero potential clients will see their work. They’re basically getting followers, likes and comments coming from other photographers. Instagram can be useful in ways [...]Show More Summary

5 top tips to improve your food photography

Food photography is something we’ve pretty much all tried. Even if our gastronomical efforts are only limited to Instagram, it helps to be able to get a nice shot. In this video from Adobe, photographer Andrew Scrivani shares his top five tips to improving your own food photography. You might look a little odd bringing chopping [...]Show More Summary

9 easy tricks & hacks to up your DIY photography game

Nothing like a little creativity to get a reason to go out and shoot, and if creativity does not come from within, here are 9 easy tricks to give you a reason to go out and shoot. OR, if you are just looking or a fun weekend project, this little video by COOPH has your [...] The post 9 easy tricks & hacks to up your DIY photography game appeared first on DIY Photography.

Facebook to relax censorship restrictions on photos considered newsworthy

After a rather recent public controversy over censorship rules, Facebook are revisiting their playbook when it comes to newsworthy images. Those posting images like the one at the top of this post by photography Nick Ut, were warned to remove or pixelate them to comply with Facebook’s guidelines. When even Norwegian Prime Minister, Erna Solberg reposted the [...]Show More Summary

Photographer travelled the world’s airports to photograph hundreds of planes

For most of us, simply grabbing a quick snap or our plane at the gate, or perhaps the wing through the window by our seat is enough to satisfy out thirst for photography. Not for Mike Kelley, though, oh no. He camped out at some of the busiest airports in the world to photograph planes [...]Show More Summary

Amusing Polaroid Snapshots of a Wild Halloween Party from the 1960s

These amusing photographs, spotted on Dangerous Minds, of a Halloween party taken in sometime 1960s were just too good. There’s not a whole lot to say about them. They speak for themselves, don’t they? According to the site, these photos...Show More Summary

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