Full-time attorney and occasional Uber driver Jesse Bright had an interesting run-in with North Carolina police last month. During a strange traffic stop, Bright was told by two officers that there was a “new law” that made it illegal to record police; however, as an attorney, he felt confident calling the cops’ bluff and continued recording.
Running a shoot from start to finish can be pretty demanding—working with creative staff, managing your camera, adjusting settings, directing, and ensuring that everything is going smoothly. It can be pretty daunting with the prospect of trying to handle all of this right?
As the digital marketplace grows, the demand for good content and eye catching media increases with it. More and more brands and entrepreneurs are taking the photography in-house to keep up with demand, while keeping production costs down.
As a product photographer recognizing the need for assistance, I wanted take the time to share 5 key thoughts and tips that could be useful.
Whether you’re interested in lifestyle photography, real estate imagery, or something in between, knowing how to capture great photos of interiors is a skill all beginners should master. Here are 5 quick tips that’ll help up your interior photography game.
Curious about how many people are actually watching your short Instagram videos? Soon you’ll wonder no more. Instagram announced today that it’s rolling out view counts on videos.
If you’re just starting out in Photoshop and would like to learn the art of making difficult selections to isolate things in photos, check out this great video tutorial by Tutvid. It’s a 37-minute lesson with 10 tips and tricks on methods that range from beginner to advanced.
Musician Ryan Adams got into another very public scuffle with a photographer this week. Midway through his set at the 2017 Gasparilla Music Festival, Adams, who suffers from Meniere’s disease, called out photographer Joe Sale for using flash photography and potentially putting the musician’s health at risk.
Less than a year after the famous Racetrack Playa dry lake in Death Valley was vandalized with tire tracks, someone has done the same damage to the nearby Badwater Basin salt flats.
Sony has just released an interesting new app for its mirrorless and high-end compact cameras. The app, called “Digital Filter,” lets you divide your sensor into up to 3 sections and capture each of those parts differently. It’s like a graduated ND filter built right into your camera’s software.
Actress and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson spent International Women’s Day hiding feminist books around NYC while she wasn’t giving a speech at the HeForShe Arts Week launch.
Photographer Dale Sharpe is a determined guy. It took two rings and two trips to the arctic circle, but he finally got engaged to the one person he loves, capturing the epic moment on camera while the northern lights danced above their heads.
While shooting for a conservation film about rhino poaching in South Africa, cameraman Garth De Bruno Austin was approached by a wild rhino who was apparently in search of a nice belly rub. The unusual encounter was captured in the 15-second video above.
Veydra Optics—the California-based lens manufacturer who made their name by releasing the first series of Micro Four Thirds cinema primes—fell victim to a huge theft this weekend. 200 of their “Mini Primes,” a large chunk of their total inventory, were stolen this weekend.
While researching locations for a series on Russian Palace Architecture, photographer David Burdeny discovered beauty in an unexpected place: the metro. Russia’s Stalin-era metro stations stunned Burdeny, leaving him no choice but to photograph them for his 2014-2015 series RUSSIA: A Bright Future.
Photographer Aydın Büyüktaş has published a new series of photos as part of his delightful Flatland series, which shows landscapes folding upon themselves like something out of the movie Inception.
Olympus has officially announced that it’s killing off its Four Thirds mount lenses and focusing instead on the Micro Four Thirds mount.
The inevitable just happened: nature has taken away what it created a long time ago. All parts of the world famous Azure Window in Malta are now gone — even its base was swept away by the sea.
Lighting is the most important element of a photograph. It is essentially the only thing that a picture is truly made of. And it’s the quality and type of light that really sets a picture apart from the masses of imagery, or limits a photo’s ability to really captivate an audience.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But I wonder, what else do “they” say? In order to find out I’ve culled together the best quotes on the subject of photography. I hope they inspire you.
There is a big craze for Sony full frame (FF) mirrorless cameras at the moment, and seeing people rush onto that bandwagon is like watching lemmings following each other over the cliff.