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Catchlights may be a small detail, but theyre very important in portrait photography. In this video from Light Club, you will learn why these little reflections of light are so essential and what they can do to make your portraits more powerful and help you send a message. We often hear that the eyes are […]

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Some dates are defining dates and everyone remembers where they have been on those date. One such date is 9/11. If I asked you where you were on that day you’d probably remember. One of the photographs most associated with that day is The Falling Man. Interestingly, despite the strength of the photo is has […]

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I always find it interesting to see (or own) different kinds of items that were inspired by photography gear. The Japanese brand TACS has announced a collection of watches that have been inspired by lenses. So, if youre looking to buy a gift for yourself or a photographer in your life or treat yourself, this […]

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Perhaps you remember Iranian photographer Alireza Rostami for his experiment with magic bokeh. This time, he has made something you may find even cooler. He used a broken camera and turned it into a watch. And it doesnt only look sharp (no pun intended) it can take actually take photos, too! View this post […]

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There are many genres within the framework of photography and one that is very popular is portraits. As such, many photographers are looking for great software that can help them make their portraits so much better. ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 has some great tools and adjustments for portrait processing to give them a professional touch.

In ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 you will find all the tools you need to retouch out blemishes or any imperfections that the... more

At least, that’s what the latest rumours say. 43Rumors has put up a list of “confirmed” and possible specs for a potential upcoming full frame mirrorless camera from Panasonic. The specs do look very impressive, and quite logical given Panasonic’s reputation amongst filmmakers and video creators. So, let’s look at what 43Rumors says is “confirmed” […]

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If youre in a market for a drone, there are many options to choose from. DJI launched Phantom 4 back in May this year, and two versions of Mavic 2 were launched a few weeks ago. In this video, Parker Walbeck gives you an in-depth comparison of the DJI Mavic Pro 2 and the Phantom […]

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It’s funny, I was just thinking theother day that X-Rite should release a giant ColorChecker for drone photographers. And, well, they haven’t quite done that (yet). But what they have done is release a giant ColorChecker Video for aerial filmmakers.X-Rite has today announced the new ColorChecker Video XL. It’s like the ColorChecker Video, but bigger. […]

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Architecture offers a great advantage over other fields of photography in that your subject will remain in one place. It is, therefore, easier to locate a subject and it will still be there the next time you visit. But this does not mean that photographing buildings is easy. To capture striking architecture photography requires hard work and lots of practice.

Here are some tips to help you create architecture photos that stand out and catch the eye:

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Smart Objects are one of Photoshop’s most versatile features as far as I’m concerned. When I first discovered them in about Photoshop CS2 or 3, they completely changed my workflow. In this video, Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect offers up a huge complete guide showing what they’re for and how you can use them. I first […]

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