Photography Blogs & Tutorials

You likely know Adobe Lightroom as a powerful piece of photo-editing software. It’s known as the industry standard for photography post-production, especially when paired with Photoshop. You may also know that its photo management features are pretty impressive. If you so choose, you can use this one piece of software to upload, rename, keyword, review, edit, export and organize your photos.

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No matter if youre up for some holiday selfies under the sea, or an underwater photo session, AquaTech will help you take your underwater shots with an iPhone. The company has released the AxisGo system, a waterproof housing that will turn your iPhone into an underwater rig with a lens, a grip and a few […]

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If someone told me fifteen years ago that smartphone cameras would be able to capture the Milky Way, Id probably just scoff. However, smartphones have come a long way, and photographer Daniel Cheong used his Huawei P20 Pro to shoot a pretty epic photo of our galaxy. He shared some details with DIYP and told […]

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The original AirSelfie, released in 2016, was a pretty interesting idea. A phone-sized drone for shooting selfies. But it didn’t seem to really take off (no pun intended) due to a few limitations. The camera islow resolution at only 5MP and the battery life meant you only got a few minutes of flight time. With […]

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Were only days away from the official announcement of Nikon mirrorless camera. And while we wait for 23 August, Nikon is building hype by releasing teaser videos. In the latest one, we get to see a glimpse of the body of the upcoming camera. And judging from the teaser video Nikon mirrorless camera looks […]

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It has been bugging me for a while now, there is just something that is missing from photography. From my personal work to the majority of photographers out there. Im talking about the photos on your feeds, be it personal to commercial. It has been bugging me and I finally found out what it is, […]

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It’s an odd pairing, DJI and messaging app Line. They’ve come together to produce Spark drones themed on one of their “Line Friend” characters. That character is a bear, called Brown. The newly themed Sparkis, naturally, brown. And it features pictures of the bear on both the drone itself and the controller. I’d never actually […]

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The beach is a beautiful location for any type of portrait session, however, you might find yourself competing with the sun if it sets behind the ocean. For this, youll need the use of reflectors and perhaps even a flash unit. Dont be intimidated by using flash, it can instantly create beautifully lit portraits where you are able to see the sunset and its incredible colors.

Use flash to fill in light during beach sessions.

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Taking a break from their usual “X tips in Y minutes” type videos, COOPHinterviews concert photographer Michael Agelin this one. It’s a peek into the world of somebody who’s been doing music photography for a living for over 30 years. COOPH caught up with Michael during the Montreux Jazz Festival, where offers up some advice […]

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In their new short film series Masters, asked the world’s master filmmakers: Why do you do, what you do? In the first episode of this inspiring series, award-winning director Mark Toia shares his experience that will motivate you if you ever feel youre creating art in vain. Toia came a long way from a […]

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