Much has been written about the Steve McCurry Photoshop scandal since we originally reported on the story earlier this month. The NPPA Ethics Committee writes that the new revelations have “triggered a troubling reexamination of McCurry’s storied 40-year career.”
One morning last December, I woke up and noticed that a dream of mine came true: I had taken a picture that went viral. A picture I took at a friend’s wedding had been shared by UNILAD on Facebook with the caption “Best wedding photo ever.”
Adobe announced today that the next Photoshop CC update will contain a brand new feature called Content-Aware Crop. It will let help to fill in gaps in your photos while you’re using the crop tool to rotate images or expand canvases. The 2-minute video above is a sneak peek demo at this powerful tool.
Steve McCurry is, perhaps, one of the most iconic names in the National Geographic pantheon. A travel photography giant, his vibrant images have inspired millions, but he’s recently come under fire over Photoshop use after a botched print at a show in Italy was found to have a serious issue.
Congratulations are in order for all of us couch potatoes: thanks to four incredible, dedicated sherpas, we can now ‘climb’ to the top of the tallest mountain on Earth from the comfort of the nearest recliner.
Dutch artist Purr Anders transforms old photographs into beautiful jewelry. After printing the images onto fabric, Anders crafts them into leaf and flower-shaped brooches. You can visit her Etsy store …
Earlier this week, reports that the old Sigma 85mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM lens had been discontinued sparked a lot of speculation that Sigma was preparing to release an Art version of the popular focal length. Now, one report is confirming this speculation.
Photographer Chia Joel (AKA idroneman) is capturing Singapore from a different vantage point. Using a DJI Phantom 3, he shoots captivating abstract aerial images that look straight down onto “the most expensive city in the world.”
Photographer Denis Cherim of Madrid, Spain, says that writing is not one of his strengths. Instead, he chooses to tell stories with pictures instead of words. He has a knack for spotting moments in which the subjects and shadows of his scenes line up in special ways.
Here’s a short and sweet 4-minute video that’s packed with 23 different “ninja tips” that can help you in your street photography (or your next photo walk). COOPH followed photographer Thomas …
This short little tutorial by photographer and educator Phil Steele might be too basic for most advanced and even intermediate photographers, but you might find it useful all the same. That’s because it tackles what Steele calls “the biggest confusion about Lightroom.”
Want to see what goes into a $11,000 Canon telephoto zoom lens? This image shows what the Canon EF 200-400mm f/4L IS looks like when you disassemble it into its individual components and arrange those parts out neatly.
Making an iconic landmark ‘disappear’ might seem like the purview of magicians, but it’s street artist and photographer JR who gets the glory this time around. Through clever use of massive photo prints, he managed to make the iconic Louvre Pyramid ‘disappear’ into the Museum behind it.
We already knew Chinese electronics brand Xiaomi would be releasing a drone today, but we were only hoping that it would be the first truly affordable UAV on the market. Well, Xiaomi has confirmed our hopes.
Since picking up a camera as a teenager several years ago and shooting her first snapshots of her dog, Polish photographer Alicja Zmysłowska has become a well-known dog photographer whose work has been published internationally.
In 2014, filmmaker Tom Leveritt used an ultraviolet camera to show people their skin like they’d never seen it before. Now, you can do the same thing with the Sunscreenr: a tiny, waterproof UV camera that is meant to keep you slathering on sunscreen by showing you when you’ve used enough and where it’s worn off.
Did you know that you can actually track, cent-for-cent, the amount of ink you use to print your professional photographs? Well, if you have the Canon Accounting Manager software and a compatible photo printer, you can.
Curious what film would work best in any particular situation? Or where you can send that film off to be developed? Or where to buy more film if you’re running low? If you shoot Kodak, the company’s Professional Film App can answer all of these questions and more.
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.
Planetary Resources, the company behind the ARKYD Kickstarter that promised you the chance to take a ‘space selfie’ for just $25, announced today that it is cancelling the project and will refund all $1.5 million raised in 2013.