A story of sadness and caution this week out of Sacramento, where 52-year-old photographer and high school visual arts teacher Kathy Carlisle was taking pictures in a rail yard, when she was struck from behind by a train. Her students at St. Francis High, the faculty, and the surrounding community are still reeling from this […]
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Photographers from all over the world sent in hundreds of thousands of incredible images to the PictureSocial photography network this year. With careful consideration, we chose these as the year’s best. This is a list of some of the most compelling and popular photos of the year 2012. We would love to hear your thoughts on these photos, […]
After seeing such spectacular and unusual photography coming out of Dubai, I set it as a high priority of places I wanted to visit someday. I wasn’t sure if I would ever get to go there, but eventually I saved enough for a plane ticket and the rest of the plan started falling together. I […]
Lightroom 4 Unmasked is designed to be a complete guide to Adobe Lightroom 4 and it is in-depth to say the least. At 312 pages this PDF eBook is full of high resolution detailed step-by-step instructions, and the tips, tricks and ideas that make digital darkroom work productive and more enjoyable. If you’re looking to fully […]
It is said that cameras “freeze” moments in time. But this expression is only appropriate if you use a shutter speed that’s fast enough to stop any movement within the scene. This eBook is designed to explore some of the techniques that photographers use to harness the emotive power of slow shutter speeds. A question […]
Those delicious holiday meals are fast approaching along with terrific food photography opportunities. This new book is packed full of tips, techniques, and advice to help you get started or refine your skills at producing photos that bring out the best of any given dish. Found here: Tasty Food Photography As you photograph your food, […]
Image editing can be real pleasure, but it can also be exhausting, especially if you want to make changes that require either professional apps that cost a lot or skills that only come from years of experience. Removing unwanted objects from photos – cars, wires, people, trees, trash, anything of the kind – can be either very simple, depending on the background and general composition of the image, or a real headache. Snapheal can make this task easy as never.
Long exposure photography is about capturing space and silence, like visually holding your breath; it is about capturing the beauty and calmness of a scene. The aim of this new e-book is to cover the process of capturing long exposure photographs from start to finish. It documents simple steps that can be employed anytime you embark on a long exposure photo shoot. We were able to arrange a 25% discount for our readers which expires at the end of the month.
Jared Polin is an accomplished professional whose work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Spin Magazine, and countless other international publications. He’s been traveling the world recently as the official photographer for various musical acts on tour such as Jane’s Addiction and Matisyahu: It is indeed a well-done production that is entertaining and educational all the […]
Sometimes natural light isn’t enough and weather is unpredictable, that’s where strobe lighting techniques can help. Released in the last few days, Great Light, Easy Light is all about how to use strobe lights in subtle ways that imitates natural lighting. And I must say the results achieved by the author are very compelling. “I […]