Have you ever scanned film negatives on your own? If so, you know it can be a time-consuming process. To help make sure you don’t waste time scanning unwanted negatives, YouTuber Adam of Ekenstam has shared a clever way to preview your negatives using an iPad. [Read 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…]
It’s hard enough dealing with competition from other photographers. Now, it looks like we’ll have to fight off dogs for wedding events as well. [Read more…]
I am not really sure when you would need a hand-held 90,000 Lumens flash light. The kind of light that lights an entire mountain side from far, far away. It is actually so bright, that I find it hard to think about applications for such light. (100W seems to be enough, no?). But it can be made, so youtuber rctestflight made it, and explained how to build one yourself.
This article will take you through a journey to the perfect tethering solution. It is a curvy path, but the end is very fine tuned.
Before we even start, I would like to stress out three things:
- The camera screen is scrap
- Memory cards are prone to errors
- This article only contains information, no colorful photos
So, you want to connect the camera to a computer and view the photos directly on a (hopefully calibrated) screen. This is called tethering or tethered shooting.
Since then, they’ve added six more, created a collection of smartphone apps and even developed an artist grant ‘that provides artists the resources to pursue their creative vision, no matter what the medium.’
To honor its 4 year anniversary, VSCO has decided to drop the price of all seven of its film packs to $59, almost 50% off what they usually sell for at the time of release.
In a very odd move, considering its less-than-glowing financial reports, Nikon will be increasing lens prices in Europe as of the beginning of 2016.
Over 30 lenses and teleconverters will be affected by this increase, which is expected to range between 4.28% and 29.4%.
Nikon has also started selling refurbished gear in certain European countries, perhaps as a cheaper alternative to the now even-more expensive retail prices.
A short while ago we shared a fascinating video about the power of perspective and how 6 photographers captured the same person, playing changing characters, completely differently.
It was a brilliant experiment, but it left me wanting to see how different photographers would capture the same character or object.
The next video in the series, ‘The Lab – Evolution’, isn’t exactly what I was hoping to see but brings us one step closer as a group of six photographers all receive the same everyday objects and photograph them together.
While the previous video was about perspective, this one is all about creativity and inspiration and they evolves.
Have you ever come across an image where the sun is perfectly casting its light down through the trees to illuminate a thick blanket of haze?
What if you could somehow achieve that look without relying on mother nature to summon up a blanket of fog?