Dr. Jane Goodall is one of many amazing women I admire and find inspiring. And if you’re like me, you’ll want to check out Vital Impacts’ charity print sale. It gives you a chance to buy a print from 100 amazing photographers, including Dr. Goodall. And the best thing is, if you buy the prints, you support a number of conservation charities.
They say that the “Universe works in mysterious ways,” but we’ve all seen that the odds are not always in our favor. After a freak snowboarding accident, Rob Corbett was left paralyzed. Still, he managed to find a way to fly again, this time using a drone. And with his inclusive project “Flight Takes Many Forms,” he wants to make drone flying accessible to those living with different kinds of disabilities.
Printed and framed photos are among the best Christmas gifts in my book. For this holiday season, motivational speaker Kyle Scheele made one such gift for his dad, but with a twist. He took a family portrait his dad hates, used his Photoshop skills to “fix” it, and the result made his parents laugh to tears.
The fifth International Wedding Photographer of the Year Awards has just announced its 2021 winners. If you think wedding photography is boring, this selection will prove you wrong and show you just how many fun and unique images you can get at a wedding.
When we start learning about photography, there’s so much to grasp: from basic camera settings to lighting, composition, editing… However, there are some things no one teaches us, and it’s how to make our work meaningful and how to keep ourselves happy and fulfilled as photographers. In this video, Adam Karnacz of First Man Photography discusses five things no one teaches you about photography, and they will surely make you think.
Sometimes, you come across some photography experiments that are so unique you just have to share them. And this project from Andrew Eckel is one such experiment. He’s a musician, artist and software engineer. Before covid, he would regularly play shows in Boston, but with most of the planet being largely shut down for almost the last two years, he’s had a lot of time to explore other pursuits.
He wanted to have something to sell besides CDs and started working on a book of lyrics. He decided to fill the book with colourful artwork and remembered a programming technique he’d learned in college to average out images to remove outliers. He thought maybe he could create his art using something that does the opposite. So that’s what he did. He pulled on his C++ knowledge to write an application that highlighted the differences between images. The outliers. And it looks pretty amazing.
On the night between 18 and 19 November, a good portion of the world was able to observe the longest partial lunar eclipse since the 15th century. Despite being classified as partial, it was nearly total with 97% of the Moon covered by the Earth’s umbral shadow. For those of you who couldn’t see it, Griffith Observatory has published a timelapse showing the entire eclipse in only one minute.[Read More…]
Hi, this is Jay P Morgan. Stop shooting on manual. This is when you should use auto ISO. That really comes into play when I’m doing sports, I want to stop children, I want to stop something that’s flying around really fast I go to auto ISO.