The Queen of England decided to wear a solid green outfit for her 90th birthday celebration last Saturday, and Photoshoppers across the Internet all smirked in unison before taking full advantage of this “green screen” opportunity.
Nick Ut’s ‘Napalm Girl’ photograph is one of the most iconic conflict images of all time, and this short video shows you the horrifying moments before and after the photograph was taken. (Warning: The footage in this video is graphic and upsetting — proceed at your own risk.)
I hear a lot of chatter about how the decreased volume of camera sales is going to make some camera makers leave the market, or get absorbed by another company, or worse. Most of that speculation is all wrong for one very simple reason: it ignores the goals of the companies.
Remember the Filmomat automatic film processor that went viral in December 2015? If you said “want!” when you saw that machine, there’s good news for you: a new personal automatic film processing machine has already hit the market: it’s called the Osiris F1.
Felix Hernandez’s photographs are other-worldly. Using intricate miniatures and macro photography techniques, he takes his dreams and translates them into reality through the camera. His latest project, The Wardrobe, is no exception.
The Lion City II – Majulah is a photographic love letter to Singapore; actually, love novel might be more appropriate. A time-lapse overflowing with creative camera work brought together with brilliant editing, it’s not an understatement to say photographer Keith Loutit just raised the timelapse bar.
This is an older video, published back in February of 2015, but the lesson is timeless. The video’s creators call it “the one thing holding you back from compositional perfection,” and it’s this: style to the camera.
If you’ve bought any photos from the “Spaghetti” or “Apples” photo agencies through Facebook lately, watch out. Getty Images is after you. The photo agency is suing a man who allegedly sold thousands of stolen “Spaghetti” (an alias for Getty) images through a Facebook group.
Want to learn an advanced yet easy technique for reducing noise more intelligently in Photoshop? Blake Rudis of f64 Academy made this fantastic 8-minute tutorial on how you can target shadows for noise reduction using Photoshop’s “Blend If” feature.
I just got back from a trip to Yellowstone National Park to test out the Nikon D500, Nikon D5, and Pentax K-1 DSLRs and I wanted to share my experience, specifically my frustrations with visiting and photographing this amazing location, which has been my top spot for many years for photographing both wildlife and landscapes.
There’s a new 35mm SLR lens on the block, and it’s claiming to be the “world’s fastest.” We’re talking about the new Kerlee 35mm f/1.2 by Chinese manufacturer Shenzhen Dongzheng Optics Technology.
If RAW photography coming to iOS wasn’t enough exciting news for you today, get this: the highly-regarded pro photo editing app Affinity Photo is coming to the iPad.
Canon called the EOS-1D X Mark II a “remarkable combination of innovation and refinement” when they announced it back in February, but they should have just posted this video instead. Sure, that violates the space-time continuum, but I’m sticking by it.
London’s new mayor Sadiq Khan was only elected last month, but he lost no time fulfilling a big campaign promise. Now that he’s in office, Kahn is officially banning all ads that “conform to an unrealistic body image” in the London transit network.
Do you know your colors? Like REALLY know your colors? Because the “The Great RGB Guessing Challenge” wants to put your color competency to the test!
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How do you capture a photo of a wild, people-averse, flighty great white shark in the murky green waters off of Cape Cod? If you’re NatGeo photographer Brian Skerry, you pull out all the stops.
MoMo is a new soft-focus lens for digital cameras by the Japanese lens company Yasuhara. Inspired by a 100-year-old Vest Pocket Kodak’s meniscus lens, the Momo has a blurry quality that can be adjusted by changing the aperture.
Need a pick-me-up this morning? We’ve got you covered. It turns out Apple snuck a big photography announcement into the background of the WWDC presentation yesterday: RAW photo editing is coming to iOS 10.
A couple of weeks ago, my team and I pulled together a weekend poolside shoot with models, perfect weather, and a drone. I operated the drone and got some beautiful footage. Magnificent footage. Award-winning footage.
Phil Grishayev is an LA video producer with an interesting hobby: he revisit iconic locations from his favorite films and recreates the same shot to show the location “then and now.”