Washington, D.C. "Girls at Potomac Tidal Basin bathing beach pavilion, 5/28/23." National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.
Mentor Series The BEST OF photo gallery I could not have imagined that the Mentor Series Trek to Portsmouth, New Hampshire would turn out to be such a great experience for me. Our amazing mentor, Layne Kennedy, and…
Moving the camera is the single biggest way to add impact and production value to your video and timelapse sequences. In fact, camera movement has almost become expected these days. The Syrp Genie Mini is a fantastic tool which lets you do exactly that. You can check out our recent review here and see for yourself. Now [...]Show More Summary
Hello friends! My name is Eirik Halvorsen and I live in the south of Norway. I am one of very few dedicated full time...
My biggest problem with “the cloud” has always been that many cloud services seem to pop up overnight from nowhere. This means that they can also disappear just as quickly. This was the case with Picturelife, an image hosting service which was bought out by Streamnation last year. After 18 months of new ownership, Picturelife has [...]Show More Summary
As technology evolves, there are bound to be some bumps in the road; some gadgets which seem like a great idea at the time, but are eventually revealed to be epic flops. These antique gadgets were at the cutting edge of technology when they were released, but never quite managed to become household names. 1. Show More Summary
August 1923. Washington, D.C. "Dump story." The past is a bucket of ashes. Or a pail of water. National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.
One of the most confusing features of Adobe Lightroom for many users, is how to get your final results out of the software, to show them to friends or to send to customers. Different from other programs, there is only one way to “save” thing out of Lightroom – that is to an Export Images. Show More Summary
Gear It’s a lot classier than putting the camera on a skateboard The Edelkrome Wing can move a camera 16 inches along a straight line despite folding up to just 5.7 inches for transport.
Popular Photography Wedding Make your house look like a photo booth Drop It Modern makes wallpapers in the same patterns as its popular photo backdrops.
"Hate that gray? Wash it away! Loving Care colors only the gray without changing your natural hair color!"1960s ads for hair color that covers gray and rinses that make gray look better — though when we baby boomers were kids, we all knew at least one silver-haired woman whose gray hair looked kinda blueish. See more »
You’d think that recording a simple conversation would be quite straightforward. But it’s not as easy as it often looks. If you want to add a little drama you need to put some thought into it. This video from CinematicJ is primarily aimed at those shooting some kind of dramatic conversation scene for a movie. But, you [...]Show More Summary
Ireland is a diverse country, but everywhere you go, you can find people playing Gaelic football, hurling, camogie, Gaelic handball, and rounders—sports known collectively as the Gaelic games. Like many Irish people, Paul Carroll grew...Show More Summary
President Obama visits the flood-ravaged state of Louisiana today after this historic disaster killed at least 17 and destroyed about 60,000 homes. -- By Leanne Burden SeidelLeslie Andermann Gallagher surveys the flood damage to her home on Aug. Show More Summary
Gear The latest version of PaintShop Pro takes aim at the anti-subscription crowd The latest version of PaintShop Pro from Corel brings new features, new camera compatibility, and more software bundles.
In 2001, after many years as a film photographer, I bought my first digital camera. It was a Nikon Coolpix 995, and I still remember how excited I was when I opened the box and took my first pictures with it. I was really amazed with what those three megapixels were able to do. Show More Summary
The last place most people would expect to find portraits being shot is behind the back of a fish and chip shop. But, thats’ exactly what happens at Kazam Hakimi’s place on Oxford’s Iffley Road. He started his OX4 project, named after the area’s postcode, to create a “tapestry” of the characters that frequent his [...]Show More Summary
You may be surprised by the natural beauty that is available in Nebraska. The state has much more to offer than simply corn fields and flat plains. On this page we'll highlight some of the best places in Nebraska for landscape and nature photographers. The post The Best Places to Photograph in Nebraska appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.