Have you noticed all those people around you who are constantly trying to capture a perfect selfie or holiday snapshot? This compilation from Ozzy Man Reviews will show you why acting like this can be dangerous. But also, it shows how people who constantly take snapshots with their phones can make our lives more interesting.
Woman accidentally finds an image of her late mother while browsing through Google Street View
Google Street View lets you explore places all over the world (and out of it), and even create beautiful photos from the comfort of your home. But a Florida-born Denise Underhill got a photo from Google Street View that’s incredible and even a bit weird. As she was virtually walking down the streets of her old neighborhood, she saw a photo of her mother who passed away in 2015.
Kanye West took his album cover photo at the last minute with his iPhone
We’ve all done things at the last minute from time to time. Famous rapper Kanye West took it to a new level when choosing an artwork for his latest album Ye. He took the photo himself, with an iPhone: on his way to the album listening party in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Why hire a photographer when you can do it yourself?
A fan snaps a photo of Royal Family with iPhone, ends up selling it around the world
A recent photo of Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry with his partner Meghan Markle was published in the media all over the world. But they weren’t taken by a professional photographer or with expensive gear. A fan with an iPhone took a photo with her iPhone and posted it on Twitter. All of a sudden, her photo became so popular that she hopes to fund her daughter’s university fees from selling it worldwide.
How to turn a bad snapshot into a great fine art black and white with Lightroom
I’ve never been a massive fan of the whole “Fix it in Photoshop” (or Lightroom, in this case) mentality, but it does undoubtedly offer its benefits, especially when the conditions under which you’re able to get the shot may be out of your control.
In this video from Swiss landscape photographer and YouTuber, YuriFineart, we see a technique that allows us to go from a simple snapshot into something a little more interesting.
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