Max Asabin is a Russian hobbyist photo retoucher and digital artist who has been wowing the Internet as of late with his Photoshop skills. Many of his creations involve combining various photos together into seamless composite portraits of people.
It’s 2017, and Instagram is now 600 million users strong; that’s a lot of new images/videos and stories each day. An effervescent but non curated activity. Beside all the personal accounts and brands, there’s a few magazines. Some of them revolve around the third art: photography. Let’s get a deeper look…
Tetyana Dyachenko is a Ukrainian photo retoucher who often does restorations of vintage photos that are extremely damaged — often seemingly beyond recovery. Yet using her Photoshop skills, Dyachenko is able to recover (and recreate) extremely fine details in the photos.
Former White House photographer Pete Souza has been making headlines lately, but not the way he usually does. Souza, it seems, is using his old Obama photo archives to comment on, mock, and otherwise troll the new Trump Administration.
Adobe today launched Lightroom on Android 2.0, the world’s first end-to-end RAW mobile photography solution. It’s an app that lets you shoot, edit, and share RAW/DNG photos using an Android smartphone.
We’ve gotten used to drones capturing cool, cinematic, sometimes never-before-seen images and video from the skies. But last night at the Super Bowl, Intel flipped the script, making the drones the subject of the spectacle instead of the machines capturing it.
Is Instagram on the rise, or the decline? The folks over at DigitalRev would say it’s the latter, and they believe they know why: Instagram is trying to be too many things to too many people.
Need a little creative boost this week? Here’s a short video that shares 4 fun smartphone hacks that might just inspire you to create something different using the little computer in your pocket as either the camera or a prop.
Those ropes and signs at National Parks that people seem so eager to disobey are there for good reason. If you don’t believe us, just check out these photos and video that show the dangers of stepping outside the designated viewing area at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
But wait, there’s more! They never actually say it, but Westcott’s new Omega 360 Reflector is dripping with “But wait, there’s more!” The versatile reflector kit from Westcott touts itself as the world’s first 15-in-1 reflector.
At what point does something go beyond inspiration? Edward McGowan is a California based photographer who has an interesting situation in his hands.
It would be great if you could take advantage of an epic or picturesque backdrop every time you went out to shoot portraits. But since we don’t all live in Iceland, here are a few simple tips that’ll help you make the most of a crappy location on your next spontaneous portrait shoot.
Tamron has two major zoom lens updates to share today, and at least one of them will make Tamron fans very happy. Almost four years after the first generation lens was announced, Tamron is unveiling a new and improved SP 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD.
On a recent business trip to San Francisco to help my long-time friend and talented photographer Jenn Collins on her retouching workflow, she graciously gifted me in the best way possible. She knows my sense of humor and somehow found this loose-leaf paper book of the sassiest invoices I had ever seen!
We love a good in-camera double exposure; done right, they can look as surreal as anything we can create in post. But if you don’t have the skills, expertise, or interest in doing it in-camera, this quick tutorial shows you exactly how to fake the ‘double exposure effect’ in Photoshop.
Lino Manfrotto, the photojournalist who founded the eponymous Manfrotto line of tripods and camera accessories, died at his home in Bassano del Grappa, Italy, on Sunday, February 5th, 2017. He was 80.
Today is Google Maps’ 12th birthday, and graphic design student Matteo Archondis is paying the platform homage in a really cool way. A fan of timelapse and hyperlapse techniques, Archondis created a visual hyperlapse tour of the world using only screenshots taken within Google Maps.
The exodus continues. Warren Ng, one of the only recognizable faces left at DigitalRev, has announced that he, too, has left the company and its 1.7-million subscriber YouTube channel DigitalRev TV.
The next lens in Sony’s high-end G Master line has been revealed, and it promises the “highest ever quality bokeh for an alpha lens.” Say hello to the FE 100mm f/2.8 STF GM OSS.
Sony just debuted a new type of 3-layer CMOS sensor that captures images with incredible speed. At full tilt, the sensor can capture 1080p Full HD video at a blazing-fast 1,000fps, and all but eliminates the rolling shutter effect when shooting fast moving objects.