photography

My Favorite Shots From My Workshop Trip to China – Photography Article

My Favorite Shots From My Workshop Trip to China Mornin’, gang, and happy Friday! I finally got some of my favorite shots together from my recent workshop trip to rural China, and I shared the final images, with lots of behind-the-scenes shots and videos, and the stories behind it all.Here’s the link if you’ve got a minute. I hope you can give them a look.TIP: At the end of the post, I shared how I set up my three Custom…

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How to Build Your Brand /w Ben Von Wong – Photography Article

How to Build Your Brand /w Ben Von Wong Back in 2012, budding photographer Ben Von Wong stopped by my photo studio in Seattle to say hello. Fast forward to present day and he’s making headlines working with some of the world’s largest brands like Nike and IBM, create work that combines art & activism. His work has been featured numerous times on Buzzfeed, Gizmodo, Mashable and the Huffington Post to name a few. So when he stopped by the…

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Interactive Pano – Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider – Photography Article

Interactive Pano – Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider #TravelTuesday has come round again, and I’m here on ScottKelby.com. I’m Dave Williams and this week, I want to start by saying, “well done” to all the walk leaders of events around the globe as part of Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk®! Great work, team! To everyone who attended a walk, I hope you had a fantastic time and made some great, new friends! Don’t forget to enter the contests as there are…

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Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline – LEANNE COLE – Fine Art Photography Article

Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline – LEANNE COLE When I was looking for some photos for today’s Monochrome Wednesday I went back to the images of the coastline I took when down at the Great Ocean Road. Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline The Great Ocean Road is a great place for photos. There are things to photograph everywhere. It can be rugged and it can be calm, depending on where you are. I took so many photos that weekend. So many long…

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New photographs of an empty old farmhouse – Fine Art Photography Article

New photographs of an empty old farmhouse Fine art photographer Keith Dotson explores an empty farmhouse In this behind-the-scenes video, you can explore an empty old farmhouse with me as I look for photographic subjects. Explore an empty old farmhouse with me as I look for photographic subjects Black and white photographs of an old farmhouse Below are some of the photographs I made inside and outside this old empty farmhouse. Interior photograph of an abandoned farmhouse Looking through three…

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Lightroom’s Lens Correction Panel Just Became Absolutely Essential To Me (and lots of other folks, I imagine, too!) – Photography Article

Hi, everybody. I’m back from 10-days in China (my workshop with Rick Sammon), and I took Canon’s brand new 24-240mm RF-Mount Lens with me, and this lens has lens issues that have made Lightroom’s Lens Correction Panel absolutely essential to me or anyone else using this lens. I did a totally unfiltered Field Report on what it was like using the lens, and my field report actually includes a Lightroom Tutorial or two that you’ll want to see, even if…

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Field Report: The New Canon 24-240mm RF-Mount Lens for Mirrorless (and who should definitely not buy it!) – Photography Article

Hi, gang — I’m back from 10-days in China for my photography workshop there with my dear friend and colleague Rick Sammon. I took Canon’s new made-for-mirrorless 24-240mm f/4-f/6.3 RF-Mount do-it-all lens with me as my main body, and after shooting thousands of images with it, here’s my unfiltered field report. Some pretty shocking things about this news lens (as you’ll see in the video below), and I included some important tips that are absolutely critical for anybody who owns…

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Practical Color Management – How to Set Up Your Printer to Match Your Monitor – Photography Article

Matching the color you captured with your camera and edited on your computer screen can be a very serious challenge to reproduce on paper. The various technologies involved in the processes differ significantly from one another. If you’ve ever encountered problems matching the color of your printed pictures to the color you see on your computer screen, there’s a pretty good reason why. Color is not as simple to define as that box of Crayons you played with as a…

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First Northern Lights Timelapse – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

I was in Jasper national park two weeks ago and got a surprising opportunity to photograph the northern lights! It was our last day in the park and we had to leave early to get to the airport. We decided to try some astrophotography from 2 AM to 5 AM and head out from there. For those that dont know – – Jasper national park in Canada is the world’s second largest dark sky preserve where they restrict the amount…

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My Favorite Shots From My Trip To The Faroe Islands – Photography Article

Anyway, I finally got them together and I hope you’ll have a sec to check them out. Here’s the link. https://spark.adobe.com/page/kY4DWLrcs928p/ It’s taken me a few weeks to get these together — I was on a critical book deadline, but the book is done, and there’s time for fun (that would make such a great start for a “book author’s rap song”). We also wound up in Belfast, Ireland and Iceland for day as well, so I threw a few of…

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An Introduction to Amazing Abstract Automotive Photography – Photography Article

Some photographs document an event or show a person, place or thing. These are photos of record accurately capturing an image that represents what we see. Other times we want to take a more artistic approach, making a photograph more about a feeling than solely about the subject itself. Sometimes the two mix, for instance in advertising photography, where we might want to accurately show a product but do it in an artistic way that invites the viewer to also…

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Why I Bought Canon’s New 24-240mm Lens (and some news stuff) – Photography Article

Happy Friday, everybody! Here’s what’s up: OK, I finally got a new lens! I unboxed it live on The Grid on Wednesday when it came in from B&H. It’s been a while since I’ve bought a new lens, so…ya know…I was due. LOL! This is my first in Canon’s mirrorless R-mount line of lenses that match up with its EOS R mirrorless bodies. It’s the just-released 24-240mm f/4-6.4, and this is my new travel lens. Here’s why I bought it:…

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The Best Bargain Ballhead in 2019? – Photography Article

The Highline ballhead is billed by its creators, Colorado Tripod Company, as “ultralight,” with an “increased range of motion.” But does the ballhead live up to the hype? That’s what this Highline ballhead review is all about. I recently received a ballhead of my own, and I’ve been putting it through its paces. In the next few sections, I’m going to take you through my experiences with the Highline ballhead. And I’ll let you know if it’s something you should…

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500px Blog » ‘Life After Likes’: Event Recap – Photography Article

At 500px we’re firm believers that photography is something you should do because you love it and that your success shouldn’t be measured by likes, comments, and algorithms. This vision inspired us to create ‘Life After Likes’. A panel series aimed at discussing how social media has changed today’s photography landscape. Life After Likes: Falling back in love with photography focused on stories, challenges, and inspiration to encourage photographers not to lose sight of what drives them, and focus on…

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Permission to Fear: How Brooke Shaden Became a Fine Art Photographer – Photography Article

Fear is often seen as a weakness to be overcome — but for fine art photographer Brooke Shaden, fear became a launching point to a creative career. The photographer, now known for her otherworldly, often dark imagery, found herself — and her work — not by trying to overcome fear, but by trying instead to explore it. She’s reminded daily of her journey by the tattoo, “fear is the mind-killer,” running down her forearm. Growing up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Brooke…

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500px Blog » Ambassador Spotlight: Meet Andrew, Chun, Dina, Garrett, and Anthony – Photography Article

For part three of our Ambassador Spotlight series, we are getting to know Andrew Curry, Chun Chau, Dina Belenko, Garrett Roth and Anthony Rayburn. Why did you become a photographer?:“It allows me to express myself creatively like nothing else can.” How has photography changed your life?:“Photography has brought not only so many amazing experiences into my life, but also introduced me to so many exceptional people.” Why do you use 500px?“500px has a robust and supportive community of fellow photographers…

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#WorldPhotographyDay – a celebration of photography and all its elements – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Monday 19th August, 2019 is #WorldPhotographyDay – an “annual, worldwide celebration of the art, craft, science and history of photography.” We explore each of these elements with reference to some of our previous blogs. World Photography Day looks to develop a movement beyond its annual one day occurrence, with the intention of continuing to inspire positive impact across the globe. Social media makes this easier to facilitate because these platforms give photographs an immediate, worldwide audience. Connections can be fostered…

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Celebrating photography for #WorldPhotographyDay | Time-Lapse Systems – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Monday 19th August, 2019 is #WorldPhotographyDay – an “annual, worldwide celebration of the art, craft, science and history of photography.” We explore each of these elements with reference to some of our previous blogs. World Photography Day looks to develop a movement beyond its annual one day occurrence, with the intention of continuing to inspire positive impact across the globe. Social media makes this easier to facilitate because these platforms give photographs an immediate, worldwide audience. Connections can be fostered…

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Top 3 Places to Photograph Vienna – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Earlier this summer I went to Vienna, Austria for a weekend and had a chance to explore the beautiful city.  I wanted to give my top 3 favorite places to take photographs! 1. Schönbrunn Palace This is the winter palace of Vienna which is just a short train ride away from the city centre.  This location is perfect because it’s perfect for architecture, landscape, and nature photography.  The palace grounds have several nature walks including a hill after a steep…

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Issue 53 of Lightroom Magazine Is Now Available – Photography Article

Posted By Chris Main on Thursday, August 15, 2019 in Featured, KelbyOne, Lightroom Ecosystem, Lightroom Magazine, Photography | Issue 53 of Lightroom Magazine is now available for KelbyOne members on the KelbyOne site and the KelbyOne Mags app for iOS and Android. In this issue, Rick Sammon shares his favorite tips and tricks for capturing amazing horse photographs, plus a look at the latest Lightroom updates, making great beach shots, working with Develop presets, using Stack Modes and smart objects in Photoshop to create abstract…

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5 benefits of remote time-lapse capture – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Remote capture has multiple benefits: here are five ways in which it can work for you. Time-lapse photography is a fruitful method in many respects but it is probably best known for its ability to compress time. Taking its definition from the way it can make time appear to be moving much faster – or ‘lapsing’ – time-lapse can bring out the subtleties of many subjects. A construction build, celestial motion, a child growing day-by-day, a special sporting event: these…

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500px Blog » Why you should consider submitting your photos exclusively to 500px – Photography Article

Every month, thousands of photographers from all over the world sign up to license their photos through 500px. As Licensing Contributors, they can monetize their work and diversify their income by making their photos available to customers around the globe. 500px works with Getty Images and VCG (Visual China Group), two of the leading licensing platforms in the world, to provide stunning images for innovative, creative campaigns. Buyers pay to use the images, but the photographer always maintains the copyright…

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500px Blog » This week in Editors’ Choice: Warm tones, models dropping their gazes, and candid street photography – Photography Article

Each week, members of the 500px team curate eye-catching photography from our talented and diverse community in Editors’ Choice. This week’s curation highlights warm tones, models dropping their gazes, and candid street photography. Check out this week’s roundup of some of the most intriguing photography on 500px, handpicked by our Editors. Check out which photos are catching our Editors’ eyes today in Editors’ Choice! Not on 500px yet? Sign up here to… This is only a snippet of a Photography…

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LIGHT PAINTING WITH DRONES – DOUBLEXAIR – Aerial Photography Article

We collaborated with Brighton Based 23 Digital to experiment with some light painting with drones. Shooting after dark up on the South Downs, we used an old ruined building as the centre point for the shot. We are really pleased with the outcome of the shoot and it was great to work on such experimental shots with another Brighton based drone company. At DoubleXAir we love a bit of drone long exposure photography and enjoyed the challenge of not only flying…

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500px Blog » The best thing you can do for your Licensing portfolio? Submit more images. – Photography Article

500px is home to a community of more than 15 million photographers from around the world, and many of them are making the most of it by submitting their images for Licensing. 500px works with two leading stock media providers—Getty Images and VCG (Visual China Group) to get your work in front of image-buyers from around the globe. If your photos sell, you’ll earn up to 60%* of the net purchase. 500px currently has four million images available for Licensing,…

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Sanity Saving Tips for Outdoor Photography – Photography Article

Last Updated on August 8, 2019 by Angie [Total: 0    Average: 0/5] Where were you the last time you had a minor (or major) meltdown over your gear? Have you missed a magic moment sunrise or sunset shoot by five minutes? What about those items that get ‘lost’ in your camera bag the moment you need them? Or, what about that time you had to leave a shoot because of a mishap that you or someone in your group…

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