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Perplexing Montage of News Reporters Misusing the Word “Selfie”

Perplexing Montage of News Reporters Misusing the Word “Selfie”

Whether you love selfies or hate them, most people know what one is and how it differs from a photograph. At least we thought so. Everyone’s favorite British satirical show host, John Oliver, created a montage of newscasters calling regular photographs selfies. This could be especially infuriating if you’re a photographer who hates the selfie, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Red Squirrel Becomes the Photographer

Interesting Photo of the Day: Red Squirrel Becomes the Photographer

Did Russian photographer Vadim Trunov teach these squirrels the finer points of photography? Trunov fed them nuts and lay in the snow for three hours to capture these curious rodents playing with his camera and the tiny snowballs he made for them. Rather than just photographing the squirrels, he set up some props to tell a […]

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Captivating Flow Motion Hyperlapse Gives a Spectacular Tour of Dubai

Captivating Flow Motion Hyperlapse Gives a Spectacular Tour of Dubai

You’ve never seen Dubai quite like this. From the air to the sea, artist Rob Whitworth takes us on an amazing tour of the UAE capital with his hyperlapse flow motion video. With almost surreal shots, Whitworth forces us through floors and walls, then flies us through the city to see spectacular shots of the the skyline and […]

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Not Just Ice: Stunning Flipped Iceberg Photo Goes Viral

Not Just Ice: Stunning Flipped Iceberg Photo Goes Viral

On a trip to Antarctica, Alex Cornell came across a rare sight: an iceberg that had flipped upside down revealing its otherworldly glowing underside. Cornell gives us a breakdown of his trip, what he brought, how he shot and processed his image, and lastly how he released the image to the public, resulting in viral […]

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Japanese Photo Booths Retouch Your Portraits—Whether You Want Them to or Not

Japanese Photo Booths Retouch Your Portraits—Whether You Want Them to or Not

In Japan, Purikura photo booths are everywhere. Purikura translates to photo club and the booth resembles the photo booths you see in the mall in the US, except these ones can add decorative borders and designs to your photos. Many people use them to take snapshots with their friends and the photos are printed on […]

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How to Use a Snoot for Portrait Lighting

How to Use a Snoot for Portrait Lighting

Using a snoot can give your photos just the right quality of light if you’re going for a high-contrast final image. In this video, Jay P. Morgan discusses what a snoot is, its area of coverage, the quality of light a snoot provides, and how to use it. He also show you how to create your […]

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How to Create a Cinematic Effect in Photoshop

How to Create a Cinematic Effect in Photoshop

In this video, Jesús Ramirez shows us three ways to achieve a cinematic effect on your image in Photoshop. Ramirez goes in depth on using color curve layers and also shows us some shortcuts using color adjustment layers and color lookup adjustment layers: Color grading is an adjustment that is often used in film to […]

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