It might not be as ubiquitous as Adobe Lightroom, but Capture One Pro is arguably a better piece of software for those wanting to truly get the most out of their images. Today, Phase One has launched Capture One Pro 9, the latest and most advanced iteration of its post-processing software.
Over the last few weeks, we shared a few retouching tutorials, there was one about color and one about masks (and a few others here and there). If you are shooting for yourself then practice comes easy, you use the files you shot.
But if you want to practice retouching (and leave photography for another time) you are in a pickle. Where do you get photos to work on? Right here!
Instagram users, prepare yourselves. Almost 5 years after its initial release, it appears Instagram is finally looking to add multi-user support. [Read more…]
At that point we had very little information to work with, but little by little, the rumor has rolled into full out reality, with Samsung since announcing it was discontinuing sales in Germany.
TIME Inc. is under fire after a recent change in their freelance photography contract – covering over 23 brands owned by TIME Inc. – has set a new standard in the worst of ways. [Read more…]
6 weeks ago we kicked off our Image Manipulation Store. Boy we did not see this coming. You downloaded over 5,500 packages during this month and a half. This is almost 100 packages a day. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
But we don’t just thank you with words, we want your photos to rock even more. This is why for the next 5 days (till cyber Monday ends) everything on the store will be selling at 25% off. Simply enter “blackf25” on check out to apply the discount. Oh, and there is more:
Earlier this year it was revealed that 22% of entries into the 58th annual World Press Photo competition had been immediately disqualified due to ‘careless’ post-processing.
Two weeks after that announcement, an entirely new controversy arose when the mayor of Charleroi, Belgium claimed a series of winning photographs were staged and sensationalized. It was later revealed that the photos would not be disqualified, as the World Press Photo Association (WPPA) said there were ’no grounds for doubting the photographer’s integrity in carrying out his work.’
In hopes of preventing a repeat of the controversies of the past few years, WPPA has announced a new set of ethic guidelines for the 2016 competition. [Read more…]
We’ve seen plenty of cases where people endangered or lost their own lives for a selfie, but in this case it could have ended in a tragedy of massive proportions.
An employee at Boston’s Logan International Airport climbed the wing of a Boeing 737 for a selfie, leading to the airplane being temporarily taken out of service.