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Video: Beat creative block with these 5 tips Ever get those moments when all your creativity leaves you? Yes, well so do we all. Here YouTuber Jamie Windsor shares his tips for getting back on track.
Do a 52-Week Photo Challenge to Improve Your Skills You may have heard of the 52-Week Photo Challenge, but have you tried it out before? I committed myself to the challenge in 2014, and my photography skill set has greatly improved since then. Because of that, I want to share this with you.
How do you manage your images? It's time to make your voice heard! Each week, we ask a question of our readers so we know what sort of content to produce more of. Your input helps us make Photofocus better. This week we want to know what program you use to manage and organize your images.
When a Tornado and Flash Flood Crash the Wedding You're Shooting Photography and Camera News, Reviews, and Inspiration.
What's Needed to Be Successful in Photography We've all read the motivational quotes about creating work that matters and the 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert at something. This video gives us more than that and will make you understand the most important aspect of creating a life where you do what you love.
Virtual Photography: taking photos in videogames is imaging's next evolution Photography is a unique industry. It is at once the product of science and the byproduct of art. It is simultaneously a community that's enthralled by what is new, yet appalled by what is different. And it is at once experiencing the greatest popularity it has ever seen, and the greatest depression it has ever witnessed.
A Timelapse of Earth Rotating Around the Milky Way Photographer Aryeh Nirenberg made this 55-second time-lapse video that visualizes Earth's rotation by fixing the Milky Way as the point of reference and having the landscape spin instead. Nirenberg shot the photos a couple of years ago over a span of a few hours using a Sony a7S II and a Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 on an equatorial tracking mount.
A Look at 'Migrant Mother', An Iconic Photo of the Great Depression I'm Martin from the All About Street Photography channel and today I want to analyze an iconic image by photographer Dorothea Lange of a woman named Florence Owens Thompson. It's known as Migrant Mother. I am going to take a closer look at the composition as well as at the story behind the photograph.
Red and green fireworks One more photo from the St. Stephen's Day fireworks in Budapest, Hungary. Check it out now!
Snowy Fantasyland in Japan Before Passport Sunday, it's Podcast Saturday again… Season 8 Episode 1 of "Walk n' Talk with Trey" This Episode: "Patrick Crawshaw and the language of Interior Design" I was up in the Bay of Islands and stayed at this incredible place called Donkey Bay.
Interview: Colin Goudie, feature film editor Colin talked with DPRevew about editing movies back in the film days, and the transition to a fully digital workflow. I got a placement at Nene College of Art and did a foundation course for two years where I discovered 35mm stills photography.
Long before #catsofinstagram Walter Chandoha enraptured the public with his feline photography On a winter's night in 1949 in New York City, young marketing student and budding photographer Walter Chandoha spotted a stray kitten in the snow, bundled it into his coat, and brought it home. Little did he know he had just met the muse that would determine the course of his life.
Strange Light: The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin’ Review: Snapping Southern Gothic The photographer’s work stands in stark contrast to that of his modernist contemporaries as he aimed to expose disquieting layers of truth beneath the surfaces of things.
Capturing more striking bird photographs Bird photography or photographing birds can be quite challenging. Why you ask? Birds are everywhere. It's a piece of cake to make bird images. Well, yes and no. It's easy to acquire a photo of the avian species. It's quite another to get a good or even excellent capture.
Manaenkova Natalia changed the photography world with her ace fashion portrayal Manaenkova Natalia is a known model from Russia who came in this earth on 3rd February 1990. She was raised in Moscow, Russia and since her childhood, she had the stars in her eyes and always wanted to fly high. She understood from her young age that glamour is the only industry that can help her scale new heights.
Photography club clean up scenic location after it is found littered with rubbish A TEAM of photographers worked hard to restore one of their favourite locations back to its natural beauty after it had been found littered with rubbish. Members of Junction 36 Photo Club, based in Burton-in-Kendal, braved rain and gale force winds on Sunday to clean up one of the beaches on the Cumbria coast.
The 20 photographs of the week Amazon wildfires, protests in Hong Kong, Fridays for Future demonstrations, bombardments in Syria and the Palio di Siena – the last seven days, as captured by the world’s best photojournalists.
DPReview TV: Lensbaby Omni review NewsReviewsArticlesBuying GuidesSample ImagesVideosCamerasLensesPhonesPrintersForumsGalleriesChallenges Photographers used to do crazy things like smear petroleum jelly on their lenses to create interesting photos, but thanks to the Lensbaby Omni you can get those same effects without plopping goo on your glass.
10 breathtaking photographs from the 2019 Audobon Photography Awards Winning photos and honorable mentions were selected from 2,253 entrants from all over the United States, Washington D.C. and 10 Canadian provinces and territories to appreciate the wonder of birds and the places they inhabit. See the favourites below.
Buy a classic Guardian photograph: bank holiday Monday, Brighton, August 1980 This week in our Guardian Print Shop series, E Hamilton West captures an elderly couple enjoying the sunshine on Brighton beach.
Justice League: DP Was Very Disappointed by Changes to His Photography The director-of-photography for 2017's Justice League, Fabian Wagner, has expressed his disappointment at how much of his work was cut from the film's theatrical version. Following the tragic passing of his daughter, Zack Snyder stepped down from directing duties on the superhero team-up and the film headed in for significant reshoots.
The Mono Awards 2019: Australia and New Zealand's best black and white photos – in pictures The Mono Awards reveal Australia and New Zealand’s best black and white photographers. Here are some of the outstanding entrants.
Slideshow: Winners of the 2019 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year The winning image was captured with a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone, marking the first time a drone-captured photograph has won the competition.
Photographer of the Day: Thomas Clark Category: Street ArtPhotographer: Thomas Clark: Photo: "Untitled" With street art, I often find it important to give a sense of scale. And with Thomas' photograph of this three-dimensional bunny, he captures a woman crossing the street.
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