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[embedded content] Photographer interviews can often be quite insightful. Especially so when that photographer is a world-renowned Magnum street photographer like Bruce Gilden. And then even more so when the person asking the questions is the equally iconic, and also a Magnum photographer, Martin Parr. Martin’s been doing a series of “Sofa Sessions” interviews with
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National Geographic recently published a series of gorgeous photos by photographer Beth Moon that shows some of the world’s oldest trees under the stars. But one photo, in particular, is now raising eyebrows after sharp-eyed readers noticed something strange about it. The article, titled “See the world’s oldest trees by starlight,” was published on April
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Shooting directly into the Sun, whether it is sunrise or sunset, often results in some areas around the Sun getting clipped, and we get these rather harsh edges in our sky. Even when shooting bracketed or underexposing for the highlights, we may not achieve a pleasing result around the strongest light in a scene. This
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Canon upset photographers recently after it was discovered that its latest entry-level DSLR cameras lack the standard center hotshoe pin common on cameras, making them incompatible with many affordable 3rd-party flashes. But there’s good news: Godox has responded by releasing firmware updates that fix this issue. Photographer Michael Andrew (AKA Michael the Maven) first alerted
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Living in St. Louis almost my entire life, I was lead to believe the lights of the bustling city were too bright to make seeing stars anywhere nearby impossible. As I grew older and started getting serious about photography, I realized that was correct… kinda. You see, if you’re within an hour of St. Louis,
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The Noctilock comes from Walter Leica, a fairly prolific creator of Leica accessories. Typically, those accessories are to help the usability and safety of Leica cameras & lenses to improve the photographer’s overall shooting experience. Accessories like corrective eyepieces, high contrast lenses, straps, cases and memory card holders. But he does occasionally dip out a
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Photoshop tutorial showing you how to create a duotone effect If you have any questions please leave them below or head over to this tutorial’s page on our website: https://photoshoptrainingchannel.com/duotone-effect-in-photoshop Subscribe + Like + Share + Comment = More Video Tutorials! Thank you for watching! =================================== If you enjoyed this video be sure to subscribe
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Each week, members of the 500px team curate eye-catching photography from our talented and diverse community in Editors’ Choice. This week’s selections touched on visual themes like swirls in architectural patterns, comfortable ease in model expressions, and more. Check out this week’s roundup of some of the most intriguing photography on 500px, handpicked by our
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CatLABS has announced CatLABS X FILM 80, a new black-and-white negative film that is being launched in multiple formats. It’s a traditional slow-speed, fine-grain, high-silver-content film that’s “designed for a wide range of shooting conditions.” The “daylight” film aims to follow in the footsteps of Kodak’s Panatomic-X film and bring back “a classic touch with
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