Month: October 2020

In 1951, the photographer Edward Steichen, serving as the director of MoMA’s Department of Photography, organized an exhibition devoted entirely to abstract photography. The 150 images featured in the show ranged from fine art pieces to scientific studies to light drawings, including meticulously planned compositions and works made by happy accident. Today, the individuals included
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In an attempt to prevent the “real-time spread of potentially harmful content” through its platform, photo sharing app Instagram has temporarily removed the “Recent” tab from hashtag pages ahead of the US Presidential election. The change was announced through the Instagram Comms Twitter account (the irony…), where the company said that it will be making
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Photoshop trick that you must know! Separating the foreground from the background in a photo gives you tremendous flexibility when editing your photos. You can apply blurs, distortions, and even move the main subject without affecting the background. I hope that you enjoy this Photoshop Tutorial! 📘 INDEX – Separate The Foreground From The Background
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In this tutorial, you will learn to use the Content-Aware Crop to straighten and crop photos. ► Subscribe to My Channel Here: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdQ_ZkYaMe6qPoueUyPQgpQ?sub_confirmation=1 Photoshop tutorial showing you how to If you have any questions, please leave them below or head over to this tutorial’s page on our website: ➜ https://photoshoptrainingchannel.com/ 👍 Subscribe + Like +
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According to a recent survey, the average internet user spends about 2 hours and 22 minutes on social media every day. That’s almost 36 days a year. While there is no doubt that social media is an invaluable tool for getting your work out there, you don’t need to spend that much of your time
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Jordan Drake and Richard Butler at DPReview recently put the latest Canon EOS R6 firmware update to the test, and what they found is extremely promising. The update more or less solves the overheating issues in “regular” shooting scenarios, and marks a “huge improvement” in overall overheating performance. As with the EOS R5 ‘overheating’ update
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