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For All Filmmakers and Content Creators: Fstoppers Reviews Music Licensing Company Audiio – Photography Article

For All Filmmakers and Content Creators: Fstoppers Reviews Music Licensing Company Audiio Finding and licensing music: it has got to be one of those painful tasks for anyone who creates videos or slideshows for clients, which is why we are reviewing a new player in town, Audiio. When I started out in photography, I never imagined that I would be using music in my work. As I started shooting weddings and also families, I realized that slideshows or even brief video clips taken during…

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How Cindy Sherman Revolutionized Portrait Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

How Cindy Sherman Revolutionized Portrait Photography Untitled #574 by Cindy Sherman, 2016. Untitled #466 by Cindy Sherman, 2008. The camera acts as a proxy for consciousness: observing, distilling, and recording fragments of time for futures to come. Awareness of its presence often creates a schism on the person being photographed — a heightened awareness and sense of self-regard that make prompt posturing and performance, a desire to take on a persona and act the part. We wish to be as…

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Now You Can Take Portraits While on the Road – Photography Article

Now You Can Take Portraits While on the Road It is wonderful having a permanent studio to work in. But imagine being able to pack that studio into your camera bag and take it with you anywhere you want. You can do this by creating a portable portrait studio. The problem is, portable studios tend to take up a lot of space. I traveled from school to school with a portable studio. But it would take up my entire car,…

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Here’s a Free 3-Hour Tutorial on Travel and Landscape Photography – Photography Article

Here’s a Free 3-Hour Tutorial on Travel and Landscape Photography Want a high-quality lesson on travel and landscape photography without having to spend any money? Popular Canadian photographer Taylor Jackson has released this amazing 3-hour video tutorial that’s completely free (it’s supported by YouTube ads).Quite a bit of time and energy went into this video — Jackson spent a full week in Iceland, a full week in Tokyo, and then 5 full days editing it together. “It started as a…

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Dog CLT – a new website about loving and living with dogs in Charlotte NC — BARKography – Pet Photography Article

Dog CLT – a new website about loving and living with dogs in Charlotte NC — BARKography Have you heard of Dog CLT? If you love dogs, this site is for you! Gretchen, dog mom of Chester manages the page.I was contacted by her to offer some tips about photographing dogs. There is some great advice from some of Charlotte’s local dog photographers on her blog. I was honored to be included among them.Imagine my surprise when one of my…

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G Dan Mitchell Photograph: Abandoned Glove – Fine Art Photography Article

G Dan Mitchell Photograph: Abandoned Glove An abandoned glove in a gutter between red and white linesAbandoned Glove. © Copyright 2020 G Dan Mitchell – all rights reserved.An abandoned glove in a gutter between red and white lines.From my point of view, this is one of those photographs that is about what it is and about what else it is. (Admittedly, it is also a photograph whose capture may have led a few people around me at the time to……

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Underwater Surrealism and Digital Art – Underwater Photography Article

Underwater Surrealism and Digital Art Grasslands for Cover. Check out the masking job on those blades of grass!   Somewhere in everyone’s mind, there is a line between digital art and a photograph. The fact that this line is different for everybody leads to some very strong opinions on whether an image is art or photo. These strong opinions have led to extremely heated arguments over the years and some have become fanatical about post-process. Good news, we are not…

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Episode 327: Visionist And FiLMiC Firstlight Apps – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Episode 327: Visionist And FiLMiC Firstlight Apps – Tiny Shutter Elaine Taylor In this episode Greg, Dave, Matt and Joseph talk about a couple apps: Visionist & FiLMiC Firstlight. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Elaine Taylor App Mentions: FiLMic Firstlight, Imaengine Vector, Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD…

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Friday, 17th January, 2020. – Black & White Photography Article

Friday, 17th January, 2020. I’m so sorry this is late!  After behaving well for a few days my internet decided to play up again.  I’m just hoping it will last long enough for me to post this.Anyway, these are my favourites from last week.Follygirl (little walk), Elke (Nordseestrand), Julie (Reflection), James (Clope au bec), Molly (Abstract Shapes), and Saša (Japonska – Tokio). Click the links above or the photos themselves to view them full size – it’s worth it! ……

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Waves – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Waves – Monochromia When standing on the beach and watching the waves rolling in you can every now and then find things. In the surf, you can find stones, shells, algae or other sea plants and even human waste. At the same time, the surf washes away footprints or any other mark in the sand. Heavier waves are able to form the beach and even the coastline anew. This happens usually during the winter storms. Two and a half weeks…

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19 Iconic Fashion Moments from Cinematic History – Photography Article

19 Iconic Fashion Moments from Cinematic History Taking a look back at some of the biggest films in Hollywood, here’s a roundup of the biggest fashion moments in cinematic history. Fashion is one of the most memorable aspects of film. We all remember “that” scene from a film that marked cinema history. It could be a pivotal moment like Julia Roberts’s red dress, marking her Cinderella moment in Pretty Woman. Other times, it can influence high-fashion like Alicia Silverstone’s plaid…

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Seven essentials you need to remember when Licensing photos of animals – Photography Article

Seven essentials you need to remember when Licensing photos of animals Last year, when The New York Times digitized millions of their archival photographs, their editors recognized a recurring theme: dogs were everywhere. They appeared in the style pages, but they also cropped up in more unexpected places—like the sports sections and weather reports. For decades, animals—and their relationships with humans—have been a fixture of mainstream media, and if the last decade has taught us anything, it’s that they aren’t…

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Floral Friday – the garden today – Fine Art Photography Article

Floral Friday – the garden today Floral Friday is hard to do at the moment as the weather has played havoc, but I thought I would try and show the garden today. Some things are looking very sad after all that heat we had a couple of weeks ago. My hydrangeas really suffered. Two of them more than the other. Summer is always hard for flowers, but this year it seems even harder. There were quite a few plants…

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Researchers develop lithium-sulphur battery that can power a phone for five days: Digital Photography Review – Photography Article

Researchers develop lithium-sulphur battery that can power a phone for five days: Digital Photography Review Image courtesy of Monash University Researchers led by Monash University in Australia have developed what they say is the ‘most efficient’ version of a lithium-sulfur battery; one capable of powering a smartphone for five full days of continuous use. The team has filed a patent for the manufacturing process they developed and they report interest from ‘some of the world’s largest manufacturers.’ Prototype lithium-sulfur power…

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Molly's Gotcha Day – Pet Photography Article

Molly's Gotcha Day We just celebrated Molly’s Gotcha Day on January 14, 2020. We’ve had her for two years. I’m not a big New Years goal setter but I do have one goal I will accomplish this year. I want to take more photos of Molly.When we adopted her I’d hoped she’d love my camera but the truth is, she doesn’t. Most dogs can learn to like the camera over time by associating it with something positive… like yummy treats.Working…

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Winter Photography Tips for Shooting Outdoors – Photography Article

Winter Photography Tips for Shooting Outdoors Still, winter photography can be hard to master. Here are the best tips to help you get outside and take amazing pictures this winter.Do you need inspiration to take winter photographs? Start with snow-covered landscapes and finish chasing the northern lights. Find the winter in the cities and the mountains, observe how people change their lifestyles, and go after the perfect winter sunrise. Light is the key ingredient, as winter offers plenty of opportunities…

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Looking close-up at a black and white print – Fine Art Photography Article

Looking close-up at a black and white print Examining a 30 x 40-inch black and white print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta paper Detail photograph of a junked antique Cadillac shot by Keith Dotson. I recently had the opportunity to print this photograph for a client at 30 x 40 inches on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta paper. I recently switched to this stock for all of my fine art prints, and I love it. I thought I’d share a few…

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This is How a Full-Time Student Uses ShootProof – Photography Article

This is How a Full-Time Student Uses ShootProof Are you juggling school and a photography business? See how one full-time student uses ShootProof to keep her work – and life – beautifully balanced. (Featuring GRACE JICHA) “ShootProof is seriously such a life saver! I’m so impressed with the platform and the customer service!” Grace Jicha is a full-time journalism student with a weekday job in media relations and a weekend gig as a photographer. To call her “busy” is an…

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ICP to Reopen January 25 in New $29M Space – Fine Art Photography Article

ICP to Reopen January 25 in New $29M Space The International Center of Photography (ICP) will reopen on January 25 in its new 40,000 square foot space at Essex Crossing, a residential, retail and office complex on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The move allows ICP to consolidate its museum space and photography school for the first time since 2016, when the museum moved to temporary space on the Bowery and the school remained in Midtown. According to real estate news…

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Accor Partners with Bulldozer Group to Unlock more ‘limitless’ Experiences in the UAE – Photobook Photography Article

Accor Partners with Bulldozer Group to Unlock more ‘limitless’ Experiences in the UAE Collaboration with nightlife and restaurant specialist amplifies group’s new lifestyle loyalty programme. ALL – ACCOR LIVE LIMITLESS Accor, a world leading augmented hospitality group, has partnered with UAE entertainment giant, Bulldozer Group, to unlock more exclusive and dynamic experiences for members of its newly launched lifestyle loyalty programme, ALL – Accor Live Limitless. The collaboration builds on Accor’s ambition to become a lifestyle enabler, with Bulldozer Group…

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The Ultimate DJI Go 4 Tutorial – Aerial Photography Article

The Ultimate DJI Go 4 Tutorial DJI Go 4 is an essential yet complex app for drone pilots flying DJI’s prosumer drones. It’s packed with so many features and settings, it can be challenging to understand what they all mean! Like this video? Consider subscribing to our YouTube channel for more like it. To provide clarity on the essential DJI Go 4 application, we created this guide, complete with everything you need to know.  This guide includes a comprehensive and…

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New Rules & Questions related to Final Exit Visa Saudi – Photobook Photography Article

New Rules & Questions related to Final Exit Visa Saudi No. of Expatriates working in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia are in huge numbers and they are working in various departments and companies. Before 2017 most of the Jobs in the kingdom was carried out by Expats who come from different countries and work in Saudi Arabia.But due to the implementation of Dependent Fees starting 2017, we have many expatriates sending their families back to their home countries and also…

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Mark Banham + Maddie in Santa Fe — Jesse Freidin Photographer – Pet Photography Article

Mark Banham + Maddie in Santa Fe — Jesse Freidin Photographer For our Santa Fe dog photography session I met Mark and Maddie at their home because I wanted Maddie to be comfortable and calm. She is achey in her old age, and a lot of our time was spent lounging on the couch, or the bed, or in the sunny spot by the patio. Though Mark remembers the days when Maddie could walk for miles or hike up the…

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The Verdun Battlefield ∽ Past to Present – Black & White Photography Article

The Verdun Battlefield ∽ Past to Present My photo project about the First World War started in Verdun in 2009. Nine years later I started collecting stereoviews of the war. This created a nice interaction between these two passions. I’m now searching for stereoviews with images of locations that I’ve photographed during my photo project, but I also started taking new photos of locations that I recognised from stereoviews.Entree de l’ouvrage des 4 Cheminées 8592 – Entree de l’ouvrage des…

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Recommended Fuji X-T3 Settings – Photography Article

Recommended Fuji X-T3 Settings As the third iteration of the X-T series cameras, the Fuji X-T3 is the most advanced and refined camera. Sporting a fast quad-core processor capable of recording high-quality 4K videos, a high-resolution 26.1 MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS sensor, a fast and accurate autofocus system and superb ergonomics, the X-T3 has become a very popular camera among photographers. Despite its many strengths, the X-T3 has plenty of controls and menu options that can be confusing for…

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No Tears For The Creatures Of The Night Is Berger&Berger’s Atmospheric Installation – Fine Art Photography Article

No Tears For The Creatures Of The Night Is Berger&Berger’s Atmospheric Installation Laurent P. Berger and Cyrille Berger, respectively a visual artist and an architect, are known for their fusing of multiple art forms within their interactive works. With a consistent emphasis on balancing light and visuals, the pair’s works invite viewers to engage the senses while interacting with the spaces they create. In ‘No Tears for the Creatures of the Night’, an ostensibly straightforward maze of gray walls made…

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Saudi Hospital implants an amputated thumb successfully – Photobook Photography Article

Saudi Hospital implants an amputated thumb successfully A 30 years old worker was rushed to the Suleman Al Habib Hospital of Al Khobar. He got his thumb completely cut off during a work injury. According to Dr. Hillel Al Harbi, who is the medical director of the hospital, the patient arrived at the hospital two hours after the accident. He was then rushed to the emergency and was given first aid and necessary medicines. His amputated thumb was kept safe…

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Behind the Mask Live-Streaming Underwater Imaging Workshops – Underwater Photography Article

Behind the Mask Live-Streaming Underwater Imaging Workshops At this year’s BOOT Show from January 18–26, the team at Behind the Mask (BTM) is organizing an impressive lineup of underwater imaging workshops. Luminaries like Alex Mustard, Laurent Ballesta, Fred Buyle, Greg Lecoeur, Christian Vizl, Andy Casagrande, Imran Ahmad, Tim Ho, and many more—including DPG Editor Andrew Marriott—will be gracing the stage, providing an exciting opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business. That’s all very well if…

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Golden Turtle International Festival 2020 :: Wetpixel.com – Underwater Photography Article

Golden Turtle International Festival 2020 :: Wetpixel.com by Adam Hanlon Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 The Golden Turtle International Festival is calling for entries to its 2020 contest. It is offering 13 categories for its Photo contest, along with 2 in Art and 2 in Eco-Posters. The contest is free to enter and the deadline for entries is 29 February. Press release The Golden Turtle International Festival is hosting its Wildlife Art & Photography competition for 2020 and invites authors around…

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Let’s sum up 2019! SHOWREEL [VIDEO] – Time Lapse Photography Article

Let’s sum up 2019! SHOWREEL [VIDEO] 2019 is over, and we as filmmakers usually use this time to summarize the work we did during that past year. And this was one hell of a year Many things happened to me. First of all, please watch my 2019 REEL video, which contains my favourite timelapse and hyperlapse shots of that year and below, read a few words from me The amount of work didn’t let me write new posts or tutorials…

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