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 …
On Friday, I lost my $2,800 Apple MacBook Pro by following standard TSA security protocols at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Okay Google, eject the camera.
Five little words followed by a small ‘pop’ from the prototype phone sitting on the table in front of him, and Google’s Rafa Camargo made the the crowd at the Google I/O developer conference go wild.
The lesson of the video below can be summed up in one very simple phrase: always pay attention to your surroundings. This photographer didn’t, and he got called out on television for his lapse.
Color is one of the fundamental aspects of branding, and most major companies in the world of photography are known for using key colors in their branding.
Are you ready for the Canon 5D Mark IV? Because it’s right around the corner. A new report reveals that photographers are already testing the camera out in the wild, getting the software ready for the expected August release.
Every year, the MacArthur Foundation selects 20-40 exceptional people in the United States and awards them with $500,000 MacArthur Fellowship “Genius Grants” — prestigious awards that come with no strings attached. Winners are of all ages, come from all kinds of fields, and are selected purely because they “show exceptional merit and promise for continued and enhanced creative work.”
The 2012 winners were revealed today, and of the 23 people selected, two of them were photographers: Uta Barth and An-My Lê.
Dora Goodman’s hand-crafted custom cameras are beautiful… there’s no other way to put it. Built on top of fully-functioning classic cameras, she turns already beautiful retro hardware into something spectacular.
Police in Canada are using a super-telephoto camera setup to spot distracted drivers from afar and capture evidence of their misbehavior. The kit consists of a DSLR, 50mm lens, and a spotting scope.
When I started photography nine years ago, I didn’t have a problem going out and finding inspiration. Everything was so new and, subsequently, there seemed to be no end to the ideas I felt I could produce. Looking back, I can see that my work wasn’t particularly indistinguishable from many others—there was no depth, no originality.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how you can remove harsh highlights in portraits without affecting the shadow detail in minutes.
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.”
A while back we shared the world’s smallest tintypes, created with a tiny modified camera. Now here’s a look at the opposite end of the spectrum: the world’s largest tintypes, shot using a colossal room-sized cameras.
Olympus wants to shake up the action cam market, and they think the Stylus Tough TG-Tracker is the way to do it. And given how rugged and well-equipped the cam is right out of the box, the TG-Tracker may just be impressive enough to do it.
Over on Tumblr, there’s a new blog called Guns Replaced with Selfie Sticks. As the title suggests, the site features movie stills from action films with all the guns Photoshopped out and replaced with selfie sticks.
I was at John Wayne Airport on Friday morning before the sun rose, heading to a training event in Colorado. Whenever I travel by air and I’m waiting in the airport, my mind takes me back to an article that ran in a photography magazine in the early 1980s when I was a young photographer, still in school, and hoping to make a place for myself in this industry.
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.
Here’s a humorous video that’s making the rounds online: a guy named Mikey Grande (mikeygrande on Snapchat) visited a department store, snapped photos of various faces he found on display, applied Snapchat filters to them, …
The Hydraulic Press Channel is a staple of many people’s online video diet. Every few days another gadget, foodstuff, or toy gets crushed on video while millions watch on, and this week it was time to surrender a few “tough” action cameras into its clutches.
Abandoned places are an alluring subject matter for many photographers. Japan is a treasure trove of abandoned places, or “haikyo”, due to a perfect storm of an ageing population, a burst economic bubble in the 80s, and land tax loop holes.