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We’re in a world where robots seem to be taking over many of our jobs. I’m not saying whether this is a good or bad thing, it’s just reality. But this one I find to be a little bit strange. Especially when delays on professional photography shoots are usually not down to the photographer this […]

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I can still remember the days when a 16X CompactFlash card was considered quite fast at a nippy 2.4MB/sec. It was a good time. Dinosaurs roamed the earth, and we daren’teven think about shooting our DSLRs higher than ISO400. My how times have changed. Of course, they’ve needed to.With the increase in 4K video use, […]

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La La Land is nominated for 14 Oscars, and one of them could go to Damien Chazelle for best director. An interesting mock trailer from Cinefix shows what it would look like if it was directed by David Lynch. If youve seen La La Land, then you know that the atmosphere of that movie is […]

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After testing their Album feature in Android Beta, Instagram has now officially released it. It is now possible to upload up to ten photos or videos in a single post. We argued before that Instagram is looking more and more like Facebook, and repeating some of its own mistakes. However, this new this feature may […]

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Russian rock band Leningrad from Saint Petersburg has recently released a new video. Its for their new song (Tattoo Artist), and it features an absurd sequence of mistakes in reverse. When I first saw it, I couldnt stop watching. The quality of the footage is brilliant, and the sequence of events is so captivating, […]

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Weve seen that captivating timelapse videos can be created without leaving your home. The one were presenting today is created entirely of front pages of The New York Times. Data artist Josh Begley created this timelapse that follows front pages of every NYT issue since 1852. Its captivating and interesting, collecting 165 years in less […]

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If I were to ask you what the best way to make sharper photographs is, your mind might instantly jump to something like, “Get a better lens.” While the quality of your lens glass certainly does play a huge role in overall image sharpness, it is not an absolute guarantee. googletag.cmd.push(function() { mobile_slots.push( googletag.defineSlot( "/1005424/_dPSv5topic-rhs(300x250)", [300, 250], "pb-ad-124309" ).addService( googletag.pubads() ) ); } );... more

No matter what you do, Im sure you learn from your job and your hobbies. About yourself, about the world and about the people around you. Ted Forbes addresses this topic in this video that can really get you thinking. He shares the most important lesson hes learned as a photographer. And Id love to […]

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Digital photography created a wonderful new world of opportunities but it also changed the way we photograph, instilling in us a lot of bad habits. One of the worst effects of digital photography is to make us shoot too much and post process even more. Its kind of strange, evenwith a strong film background, when […]

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I can’t tell you how many times I get comments like “Wow this is so cool; it almost looks like a painting!” Not that I’m complaining about that whatsoever; I take it as a compliment. It’s one of my goals when creating a work of art – to make something that isn’t quite a photo, […]

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