Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Some would argue that, these days, it’s just as important to backup our mobile (camera) devices for the very reason we backup our regular digital photographs. Here’s my take on doing just that with my review of the My CloudMirror.

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For some of us, the beach is a way of life. Whether it’s barefoot strolls at sunset, surfing in the big waves, or simply relaxing in the sun, the beach can be a magical place that is food for the soul.

Capturing it in a photograph though, can be a completely different story!

Suddenly you notice things that weren’t so apparent before you took your camera out: super bright harsh light, and photos that look boring and that don’t convey the feelings you experienced... more

Uh oh. Adobe Creative Cloud users who rely on cloud syncing service Backblaze right want to keep an eye out on their information. Reports have come up showing that a recently-released update to Creative Cloud can delete data without any sign of malfunction. Adobe has since stopped pushing the update to users, but if youve [...]

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Its been done once, but as with almost any world record, its inevitable it will be done time and time again, with each new attempt more grandiose than the last. Were talking light painting orbs. Last time we covered the Guinness World Record for most light orbs in an image it was from the The [...]

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GoPro cameras have allowed the world to capture incredible footage, many times from perspectives we otherwise wouldve never been able to see. Its not just humans though who are capable of using the cameras. Milo, a sea lion at the Aquarium of the Pacific has his very own GoPro selfie stick that he uses to [...]

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Its official. Today, Google has officially announced their plan to retire Picasa, an online image editing program that was the foundation upon which many of Googles current photo services were built on. Google has had a strange, love/hate relationship with photo management and editing services. Acquired from Lifescape in July 2004, Picasa was Googles first [...]

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Time – it just keeps on ticking and there’s nothing we can do about it.

Except maybe try and capture the concept of time in an image – like these images I shared earlier.

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In an effort to show off how Nikkor lenses come to fruition, from concept to being placed in the hands of photographers around the globe, Nikon started a four-part videocampaign called Philosophy of Nikkor. Now, the fourth and final installment of the project is complete, consisting of two new videos that show exactly what it [...]

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If you saw Contact, you know it is a marvelous film, not only for its plot, but also forits wonderful cinematography. In one of the more memorable scenes in the movie, Ellie (Dr. Eleanor Ann) discovers that her father died, and runs to the bathroom medicine cabinet to get his pills. It is a single [...]

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Okay technically this is 26 images and one really cool time lapse video that represent things related to time. Some are actual clocks or time pieces, yet others are more interpretive, mystical – such as long exposure photography, light trails and stars.

See where these photographers went – around the clock.

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