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Specs and more info released as the Godox A1 mobile flash trigger goes on pre-order

The Godox A1 flash trigger for mobile devices is now available for pre-order. The price actually isn’t that bad, either. It’s about where I was hoping it would be, but lower than I expected. At $69.90, it is a little more expensive pricey than the X1T for DSLRs & Mirrorless cameras. Show More Summary

These are the first 12 things a filmmaker should buy

If you have decided to start making films, there is a list of items you need to have before you get started. Darious Britt shares a list of 12 things you absolutely need to get before you start shooting videos and films. If you are transitioning from photography to video, you already have some of these items. Show More Summary

Breaking down masterful composition of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s photos

We can learn a lot about photography by observing and analyzing the works of the masters. Henri Cartier-Bresson is one of my favorite photographers of all times, the master of the decisive moment.  Although he thought of photography as “immediate reaction,” he managed to combine prompt reaction with great composition. Show More Summary

Aaron Storry

4 days agoArts / Photography : Shotkit

I’m Aaron Storry, a wedding photographer and photojournalist from the UK. I’m based in rural Northamptonshire and travel throughout the country (and world) to...

Ruffles & Flourishes: 1900

"Parker, Mrs. F.W. -- between February 1894 and February 1901." The wife of one Dr. F.W. Parker. 5x7 inch dry plate glass negative from the C.M. Bell portrait studio in Washington, D.C. View full size.

The Body Beautiful – 47 Glamorous Photos of Marie McDonald in the 1940s

Marie McDonald (1923-1965) was a leggy, voluptuous blonde starlet who pursued her career with a vengeance but found little reward in the end. Her parents divorced when Marie was just 6 years old. Marie's mother remarried and the newShow More Summary

Mark Peterson: Photographing the Hate in Charlottesville Up Close

4 days agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

The New Republic has published Mark Peterson’s dramatic images of clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend between white nationalists at the so-called “Unite the Right” rally, and counter-protesters who showed up to demonstrate against the rising fascist movement. Show More Summary

How to photograph sorrow

I can’t tell you how often I had to tell how I got to make this picture. This image was created for the semi-final of the Dutch Canon Grand Prix 2017, and I had lots of talks to people about it, before and afterwards. Let’s start at the beginning. Earlier this year I got an […] The post How to photograph sorrow appeared first on DIY Photography.

This artist photographs satirical miniature worlds that play with your mind

The artists who build and photograph miniature worlds never cease to amaze me with their skill, patience, and ideas. One of such artists is a German photographer and model builder Frank Kunert. He builds his miniature worlds from scratch, but the scenes he makes don’t belong to the world we see with our eyes. Show More Summary

21 UV & protection filters are put to the test and the results are rather surprising

The “protective” filter debate rages on as always, but whether for them or against them, how do they all stack up? The folks over at Lens Rentals wanted to know. The man assigned to the task, Roger Cicala, didn’t really want to know, though. Show More Summary

Chess, Checkers & Whist: 1903

According to the charter of the social club, founded in 1880, "the purposes and objects of the corporation are to promote the knowledge and encourage the development of the scientific games of Chess, Checkers, and Whist." New Orleans circa 1903. "Chess, Checkers and Whist Club, Canal and Baronne streets." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative. View full size.

Deconstructing Henri-Cartier Bresson’s Composition

5 days agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

How the legendary street photographer Henri-Cartier Bresson used dynamic symmetry and geometry in his work. The post Deconstructing Henri-Cartier Bresson’s Composition appeared first on PDNPulse.

Drone pilot “amazed” to land on deck of Britain’s largest warship without being noticed

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry at this one. The HMS Queen Elizabeth (Ro8) is the Royal Navy’s largest warship. It’s brand new. It cost £3 billion ($3.9 billion) to build. It was only officially named last month, and it’s not even been formally commissioned yet. Show More Summary

Macphun launches Aurora HDR 2018, finally coming to Windows

Today, Macphun announced the release of the latest version of their HDR creation software. Aurora HD 2018 will soon be available for preorders, and what’s more – for the first time, it will be available for PC, and not only for Mac.Show More Summary

A forgotten solution for tack sharp photos

For a few years now, I’ve had in my collection one very strange lens.  I bought it primarily for it’s value as a collectible so, up until now, I haven’t really spent much time playing with it. Made in 1975, this manual focus MinoltaShow More Summary

Phone survives fall from plane and keeps recording video after hitting the ground

Whenever a new phone is released, a whole battery of non-scientific tests are performed for the benefit if YouTube viewers. One such test is the drop test. But drop tests get pretty boring, especially once the phone is in the hands of the masses. Show More Summary

How to successfully fail at photography

Photography is a lot of fun. For the most part it’s a solo pursuit where you are completely responsible for your own success or failure. But anyone can be a great photographer! Most people in the world are professional photographers now that phones are taking world class, billboard worthy images. Show More Summary

DJI will soon let you fly their drones without internet data transfer to protect data privacy

Not long after US Army banned DJI drones for “cyber vulnerabilities,” the leading drone manufacturer announced launching the new “local data mode.” It will allow users to fly without transferring data, in order to enhance security and data privacy. Show More Summary

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