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Garbage In: 1943

May 1943. "Mary Grimm, 8, doing the housework (in the kitchen also seen here). Her mother, a 26-year-old widow, is crane operator at Pratt & Letchworth, Buffalo, New York." Photo by Marjory Collins, Office of War Information. View full size.

14 Beautiful Vintage Knitted Sweater Coats for Women From the Early 1970s

The knitted sweater is a staple garment of everyday clothing, being functional, versatile, and fashionable. The hand-knitted "shirts" and "waistcoats," worn as underclothing by both rich and poor from the Seventeenth century, can beShow More Summary

How to fire your strobes 3 different ways and when to use each one

All the time, I see new flash and strobe owners ask “How do I fire these things?, which isn’t an unreasonable question. For speedlights, it’s fairly straightforward. You buy the one that fits your camera’s hotshoe, slide it on, and beyond that you read the manual to figure out what all the different functions do. Show More Summary

Sony’s new RX10 IV shoots 20.1MP stills at 24 frames per second

The Sony A7III announcement that some were expecting yesterday never happened. Perhaps Sony simply didn’t want to compete with Apple’s new iPhone releases. Regardless, Sony did still have an announcement yesterday, which included the Sony RX10 IV; a 20.1MP bridge camera with a Zeiss 24-600mm lens that shoots up to 24 still photographs per second. Show More Summary

This beautiful timelapse takes you to a 30-day maritime journey in just 10 minutes

Jeffrey Tsang is a maritime YouTube vlogger, sailor, and photographer. He sails on a container ship that travels across the globe, and in his latest timelapse he shows you a wonderful journey across the sea. He put 30 days of sailing into only 10 minutes. Show More Summary

Photography Guide to Nay Aug Falls (Pennsylvania)

Nay Aug Falls is a powerful, urban waterfall in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The post Photography Guide to Nay Aug Falls (Pennsylvania) appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.

1960s: The Era That Even Middle-Aged Women Looked So Cool

The 1960s saw a flourishing in art, music and fashion, and it was definitely for youth. But these cool snapshots prove that it affects more or less some middle-aged people, especially women. See more »

Photographer sues model Gigi Hadid because of Instagram post

Famous model Gigi Hadid is being sued for copyright infringement. Last week, Photographer Peter Cepeda filed a lawsuit against her because she posted his photo of her on Instagram without his permission.  She allegedly ripped the photo from a news outlet, removed the credit byline, and posted the photo to her profile. Show More Summary

Alex Nirta

6 days agoArts / Photography : Shotkit

Hello, My name is Alex Nirta and I’ve been a landscape and fine art photographer for the last 20 years! I started back in...

Trinidad and Tobago during WWII: A Found Photo Album of An American Soldier in 1943-44

Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island country situated off the northern edge of the South American mainland, lying just 11 kilometres (6.8 miles) off the coast of northeastern Venezuela and 130 kilometres (81 miles) south of Grenada.Show More Summary

Biscayne Bay: 1912

Florida circa 1912. "Biscayne Bay, Miami." Back when the highrises were mostly trees. 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

The iPhone X has dual front cameras, lets you relight your subject in post and shoots 4K 60fps video

There was a lot of speculation what the new iPhone. The strangest being what it would be called. Would it be the iPhone 8? The next logical number after the iPhone 7. Or would it be the iPhone X? To celebrate 10 years of the iPhone’s existence. Show More Summary

Fish in a Barrel: 1903

Gloucester, Massachusetts, circa 1903. "Handling a cargo from the fishing banks." 5x7 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

The Pretty Blonde of ABBA: 22 Beautiful Photos of Agnetha Faltskog in the 1970s and Early 1980s

ABBA was a very popular Swedish performing group during the 1970s and the early 1980s. The group was comprised of two females, Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid “Frida” Lyngstad, and two males, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. Agnetha...Show More Summary

7 tricks that will make anyone smile and give you more natural portraits

I’ve always found it challenging to capture a smile in photos so it doesn’t look staged. I’m still overcoming the feeling of awkwardness when photographing people, and one of the hardest things is to make them genuinely smile. Photographer...Show More Summary

This fancy photo booth promises high end headshots for professionals on the go

This has to be one of the silliest things I’ve seen for a while. Not the product itself, but how it’s being marketed. Iris claims to offer professional automated headshots in a booth for $20. Your $20 gets you a “photo session” including...Show More Summary

Photographer recreates famous Gustav Klimt paintings with real-life models [NSFW]

It’s amazing when one art inspires another and how they can intertwine. Austrian photographer Inge Prader was inspired by a famous artist Gustav Klimt, and she created photos based on his paintings. Her inspiration was Klimt’s Golden Phase, and she used real-life models, costumes, and props to recreate his works. Show More Summary

3 Ways Luminar May Cure Some of Your Post-Processing Headaches

Lately, I’ve been playing around with Luminar by Macphun. I’ve found that this program reduces the number of my editing headaches. I’ll share a bit of my experience with it, and you can see if it can help solve some of your headaches or challenges as well. Show More Summary

Tips for Dealing with Your Frustrations as a Photographer

Feel stuck? Frustrated? Feel like you want to hang up the camera, or that you’ll never make it as a photographer? Those feelings are terrible I know, you feel like you’re in a prison from which you will never break out. But take heart,...Show More Summary

5 Top Value Lenses for Getting Started in Wildlife Photography

Getting started in wildlife photography is one of the more expensive genres of the photo industry. The lenses and cameras that are often in the bags of pros are more often than not in the higher tier price brackets. However, to get started...Show More Summary

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