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Joe's Version

Commenting on the two "Still Pond" images (above) in the "Editing Headaches" post, Joe Holmes wrote: "That's a tough edit. I like each image for a different, simple reason. I like the round clump of trees in the upper left in the first image, and it's a shame to cut it off. But I like the foreground framing grass in the second image. Composite image by Joe Holmes from files by Mike J. "So here's what I would do, and, in fact, did with your two examples: In Photoshop, I brought both images ...
Tags: Photography, Followups, Baltimore, Joe, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany, Joe Holmes, Mike J So, Aubrey Bodine


Nikon 105mm f/1.4E ED review

There’s no such thing as a perfect lens, but the Nikkor 105mm f/1.4E ED comes incredibly close. The original 105mm f/1.4 delivers exceptional quality, albeit in a bulky package. The post Nikon 105mm f/1.4E ED review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Nikon, Prime Lens, Nikon Lens


A crippling bug stops Google Pixel 3’s camera from working

After failing to save your photos, it looks like Google Pixel 3’s camera is affected by another bug. According to some reports, using the Pixel 3’s camera in third-party apps makes the camera crash. This includes some of the major apps such as Facebook Messenger, Instagram, Snapchat and the like. Owen Williams of Charged claims […] The post A crippling bug stops Google Pixel 3’s camera from working appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Smartphone, Bug, Smartphone Photography, Owen Williams, Google Pixel, Smartphone Camera, Google Pixel 3, Facebook Messenger Instagram Snapchat


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Tags: Photography, Photography Business, Woolf


Reader’s Lens | Early light on Mount Rainier

Seattle Times reader Craig Goodwin Sr.'s shot of Mt. Rainier is a striking study in contrasts.
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Craig Goodwin, Mount Rainier, Photo & Video


Ask Yourself These 4 Questions Before Upgrading Your Camera

It’s that time of the year again: the holiday season. No matter what you celebrate (or don’t), it seems that gifts are on everyone’s mind. Photographers, in particular, begin pondering new lenses and camera upgrades. Things are perhaps extra exciting this year — with mirrorless debuts from Canon and Nikon, Sony continuing its hot streak and Fujifilm remaining impressively consistent, there’s lots of exhilarating chatter in the world of digital photography. Understandably, it seems everyone ...
Tags: Photography, Gear, Sony, Fujifilm, Canon, Pixabay, Pexels, Kaique Rocha, Nikon Sony


99 Photography Tips To Take Your Images To The Next Level

So we've gone all out with 99 photography tips that will ensure your photography catapults to the next level. Think of this list as one of those red Swiss Army knives but for photography. skeeze on Pexels Practice these photography tips in your mind like a mantra, and you'll turn into a better photographer in no time. All of these tips and tricks go beyond knowing how to use a camera, anyone can learn how to use a camera – just as anyone can learn to drive, but only a few will be great photogr...
Tags: Post, Photography, Instagram, Digital, ISO, BAE, Nikon, Low, Canon, Camera Craft, Elliott Erwitt, Don, Swiss Army, Pawel Nolbert, Robert Capa, Dahlia


Formula 3 racecar flies into photographers booth in this terrifying crash

I’ve seen some pretty close calls when it comes to motorsports and photographers, but this has to be one of the scariest. A collision during the Formula 3 race at the Macau Grand Prix between drivers Sophia Flörsch and Sho Tsuboi sent Flörsch’s car flying through the air, smashing directly into the Lisboa corner photographer’s booth […] The post Formula 3 racecar flies into photographers booth in this terrifying crash appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Crash, Dangerous Photography, Florsch, Sophia Florsch, Sho Tsuboi, Sports Photography. Motorsports


SquareSpace is officially screwing photographers

Imagine a website that convinces its users to upload free content and builds social signals (e.g. likes and view counts) to make the site addictive. Then imagine the company using the usage data as a referral mechanism to make money without compensating the content producers. It’s not Facebook, it’s Unsplash, and it’s terrible for photographers. Now […] The post SquareSpace is officially screwing photographers appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Facebook, Photography, News, Squarespace, Photoshelter, Allen Murabayashi, Unsplash


Australian bridal magazine goes out of business after refusing to feature same-sex weddings

White Magazine, one of Australia’s biggest bridal magazines, got under fire after refusing submissions that featured same-sex couples. After a fierce backlash, the magazine has lost the sponsors and now it’s going out of business. The founders Luke and Carla Burrell have reportedly made this choice in order to stay true to their Christian beliefs. […] The post Australian bridal magazine goes out of business after refusing to feature same-sex weddings appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Australia, Gay Wedding, Wedding Photographer, Wedding Photography, Luke, Brides Magazine, Same Sex Couples, Same Sex Wedding, White Magazine, Carla Burrell


The Rot’s War in audio Dec 18!!

Book 2 of the Ignifer Cycle – The Rot’s War – is coming in a month (December 18) as an audiobook! Podium are releasing it to follow up their August launch of book 1, The Saint’s Rise. The promotional effort for this looks to be epic. I am going to push it to my list and hopefully via Bookbub. They are going to push it to their phenomenal list for the first time. I’m thinking it’s going to be huge. Here’s the cover for audio. More on this as we get closer!  
Tags: Photography, Writing, Audio, Ignifer Cycle


Canon’s “Rarest prototype lens on earth” 45-200mm f/2.8 can be yours for a mere $29,999

Well, it can be yours for $29,999 plus $155 shipping, anyway. But the shipping’s practically a bargain. We often hear about those “rare” lenses popping up on eBay and various other places, but this one does appear to actually be pretty rare.  It’s a Canon 45-200mm f/2.8 (C35) prototype lens, and the seller claims it’s never […] The post Canon’s “Rarest prototype lens on earth” 45-200mm f/2.8 can be yours for a mere $29,999 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Ebay, Canon, Rare Equipment, Rare Lens, Canon 45-200mm f/2.8


Making a Personalized Photo Blanket in Memory of My Parents

If you’re looking to give more of a personal gift this holiday season, I can’t recommend Collage.com enough.  As most of you know, I lost my mom in February (2018) and when the company reached out to me to partner up with them, I knew exactly what I wanted to create.  I made a memorial blanket of my parents, both whom I’ve lost within a 5-year span.  While this was a very personal creation for me, I can totally see giving this as a gift to others.  Check out my 5 photo blanket ideas! Before ...
Tags: Sponsored, Family, Photography, Blogging, Memories, Lifestyle & Family, Lucy Lou, Katie May Her


Just how to raise your Libido: helpful information for guys

Just how to raise your Libido: helpful information for guys Hair Colors: auburn black blonde light brown darkish red white grey Libido suggests intimate attraction into the opposite gender. Don’t confuse this concept with strength – physiological capabilities. Easily put, into the very very first situation, it really is appropriate to state “I want”, as well as in the next one – “I can”. As we grow older, males frequently have dilemmas: they cease to own a desire dur...
Tags: Photography, Photography Business


This timelapse of blooming flowers took 40,000 photos and nine months to create

I’ve always found it oddly calming to watch timelapse videos of blooming flowers. With a very basic setup, over 40,000 shots and nine months of shooting, Majo Chudý has created a timelapse of blooming flowers that you’ll certainly enjoy. Majo is a Slovakian timelapse artist and photographer. As he explains, it took him a serious […] The post This timelapse of blooming flowers took 40,000 photos and nine months to create appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Flower, Nature, Timelapse, Flowers, Majo, Majo Chudý


Instagram purges fake followers, likes, and comments generated from other apps

Instagram looking a little more authentic? You can thank machine learning. A new tool is helping Instagram spot followers, likes and comments generated from third-party apps -- and this is just the start. The post Instagram purges fake followers, likes, and comments generated from other apps appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Fake Accounts, Machine Learning Algorithm


Photographer under fire for posing a baby with a toy BB gun

It’s November, but let’s face it, Christmas is gonna be here in no time. So, a Shelbyville, Indiana-based photographer Amy Haehl recently posted a baby photo inspired by the iconic movie A Christmas Story. But instead of evoking holiday spirit, the photo caused a flood of negative comments because of a wooden BB gun the […] The post Photographer under fire for posing a baby with a toy BB gun appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Guns, Christmas, Gun, Baby, Baby Photography, Christmas Photos, Shelbyville Indiana, Amy Haehl


Can a browser based Photoshop clone compete with Photoshop? I took PHOTOPEA for a high end retouching test

A few days ago I’ve heard about a browser-based Photoshop clone. Of course, I had to test it – not only because I love these crazy projects, but also because of my background as web developer some years ago. So I visited photopea.com and enjoyed what I saw: An in-browser Photoshop clone. A bit simplified but […] The post Can a browser based Photoshop clone compete with Photoshop? I took PHOTOPEA for a high end retouching test appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop, Photopea


The cocooned high-rises of Hong Kong – in pictures

For over two decades photographer Peter Steinhauer documented the bamboo scaffolding and bright, tightly wrapped shapes of Hong Kong’s construction sites. His collection, Cocoons, is available from Powerhouse Continue reading...
Tags: Hong Kong, Photography, World news, Cities, Asia Pacific, Art and design, Peter Steinhauer


BLACK FRIDAY NON-SALES EVENT

The post BLACK FRIDAY NON-SALES EVENT appeared first on ESSENTIALS For Photographers.
Tags: Photography, Featured, Le News And Info


At the Hot Pepper Café...

... say what you like. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Tablescape, Ann Althouse, Hot Pepper Café


One Week Till Our Latest Print Sale Starts!

Peter at work The beginning of this season's print sale is only a week away—it starts next Monday before work (6 a.m. Eastern U.S. time). On the theme of "Paris, Venice, Havana," we'll be offering traditional silver gelatin prints of three new, recent photographs by my good friend Peter Turnley, plus a very nice free bonus. The sale is crucial to the health of The Online Photographer, so if you like the site, I really hope you'll make a point to stop in during the week and look at the picture...
Tags: Photography, Print Offers, Peter, Michael Johnston, Peter Turnley, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany, Paris Venice Havana


This surreal series of images expresses their creator’s struggle with depression

I see so much photography on a daily basis that a lot of it all kind of starts to look the same after a while. But occasionally I am surprised and caught off guard. When the work of Sweden-based Gabriel Isak came onto my screen, I was immediately fascinated. It has a surreal beauty to […] The post This surreal series of images expresses their creator’s struggle with depression appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Sweden, Gabriel Isak


on peace and wishes

Michael:  "I never expected my wish to come true."The Trout:  "Great Oceans! Why bother to wish it, then? I call that simply a waste of time.” ~  P.L. TRAVERS, MARY POPPINS OPENS THE DOOR This morning, I woke up — without the alarm clock — and Alex slept in, in her first day off from school for the holiday. It’s cold and rainy here in Houston, which made it the perfect day to get a lot of behind-the-scenes work done. Today...
Tags: Photography, Houston, Alex, Michael, Big Plans, Poppins


Just how to kiss a Ukrainian woman regarding the very first date

Just how to kiss a Ukrainian woman regarding the very first date Plenty of Western males wonder if it is okay to kiss a Slavic girl in the first date. It’s completely normal, but here you ought to account fully for a few possible reasoned explanations why she may will not kiss both you and think of just how to act in numerous circumstances. It is easy as soon as the dude tips at a kiss by herself, but just how to recognize whenever she does it? Ways to get a lady to ki...
Tags: Photography, Photography Business


Fanman*

Workhorse So the other day I got accused of having personal biases about certain camera brands. Maybe, but what else? Doesn't everyone? But it got me to thinking. Here are some (most, I hope!) of the brands of camera I've used over the years. Seems like a lot, but in my defense, it's been a long time—roughly half a century, since I was nine or 10. Kodak (an Instamatic—did my first project with it in 7th grade at the Gettysburg battlefield. Did another project with it in art school called "Th...
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Sony, Diana, Olympus, Panasonic, Nikon, Polaroid, Canon, NICK, Sigma, Konica, Gettysburg, Pentax, Hasselblad, Mamiya


How to fix the bad grip of Sony A7 and A9

Sony’s A7/A9 series of mirrorless cameras have a bad reputation for their grip ergonomics. And rightly so. I love my Sony A7III and it is still the best camera on the market for my particular needs, but the grip just isn’t anywhere near as good as on a pro DSLR. My pinky finger has nowhere […] The post How to fix the bad grip of Sony A7 and A9 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Sony, Dslr, Micael Widell


Instagram is removing fake follows, comments and likes

In addition to removing fake accounts, Instagram is now also removing fake likes, comments and follows on it users’ profiles. From now on, the app will remove any inauthentic activity from accounts use third-party apps to artificially grow their audience. With the help of machine learning tools, Instagram will identify accounts that use third-party services […] The post Instagram is removing fake follows, comments and likes appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Instagram, Social Media, Social Network, Bot, Instagram Followers, Instagram Influencer, Social Media Bot, Instagram Bot


“No Photographers Allowed!” Kansas City Businesses Shut Down Impromptu Photo Shoots

It stinks when we can’t have nice things. And the authorities in Kansas City have decided that photographers can’t have access to some of their hottest landmarks. Why? Image via Jaymantri from Pexels.com. You already know the answer: Because of a few people who don’t know how to act, everyone is getting punished. Of course, this isn’t a new story, especially if you’ve followed this blog. Many different landmark locations around the world are dealing with the rise of obnoxious photographers, ma...
Tags: Photography, News, Fox, Kansas City, Pexels, Chris Hernandez, Jaymantri, PetaPixel Brett Judson


Is Photography Worthless? Website Maker’s New Partnership Generates Controversy

One of the raging debates in the photography world these days is how much is a photograph worth? There are so many stories about copyright infringement and the like that it is almost impossible to count them. You can read some of our favorites by clicking here, here, and here. Image via Alexander Dummer from Pexels.com. One thing that hasn’t helped is the ubiquity of digital media on the Internet and, particularly, on social media platforms. It’s almost impossible to not have your work stolen....
Tags: Photography, News, Squarespace, Hopper, Allen Murabayashi, Unsplash, Pexels, Alexander Dummer, Unsplash Murabayashi, Murabayashi