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  • Wide Angle Photography With Gavin Hoey 12th April 2021
    Olympus UK has just released another Facebook Live video as part of their "Learn with Olympus" series. Their Ambassador, Gavin Hoey, talks about wide-angle photography. [ Read More ]
  • Is This the Best Bargain Camera for Landscape Photographers? 12th April 2021
    You do not have to spend a ton of money for a top-level landscape photography camera. This excellent video discusses one particularly good camera that might be flying under your radar. [ Read More ]
  • Achieve Productivity and Organizational Perfection Using These Four Simple Categories 11th April 2021
    Staying focused is a premium in the 21st century, and nothing makes you feel more lost in the sauce than not knowing which way your lens is pointed. This method will help you stay focused and help create a system to save all the information you come across in a searchable database for future reference. […]
  • A Review of the Sony FE 50mm f/2.8 Macro Lens 11th April 2021
    A good macro lens is one of the most versatile a photographer can have in their bag, offering both the ability to capture close-up detail shots and ultra-sharp portraits. This awesome video review takes a look at one such option, the FE 50mm f/2.8 Macro lens, and the sort of performance and image quality you […]
  • Is Straight Photography Dead? 11th April 2021
    For some time now, I've been hearing that straight photography is dead. Well, dying anyway. [ Read More ]
RSS News from Petapixel
  • 5 Marketing Tactics Every Photographer Needs to Know 12th April 2021
    As photographers, we all know marketing is important. We regularly hear that it can make or break a business. Good marketing can help you stand out. We’ve all wondered how and why some photographers have hundreds of thousands of followers when others are struggling to even hit triple digits. When you’ve got people talking about […]
  • Great Reads in Photography: April 11, 2021 11th April 2021
    Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo-features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! I Called Off My Wedding. The Internet Will Never Forget – Wired In 2019, Lauren made a painful decision. But to the algorithms that drive Facebook, […]
  • A Long-Term Review of the iPhone 12 Camera 10th April 2021
    I use my phone like most people. I scroll through my social media feeds, order from overpriced delivery apps, and even make the occasional phone call. But in 2021, there’s one feature alone that decides how much I’ll spend on a phone: the camera. I take photos. At times, I do it professionally, but most […]
  • Hannah Yoon’s Subtle, Powerful Photos of the Atlanta Spa Shooting 10th April 2021
    While overall hate crime dipped in 2020, hate crime against Asians increased dramatically in a number of cities around the country. That trend has unfortunately continued into the early parts of 2021, most visibly manifesting itself with the killing of 8 people (six of whom were Asian) in Atlanta on March 16, 2021. As the […]
  • President Biden’s Official Portrait Was Shot with a Sony a9 II 10th April 2021
    The White House has released the official portraits of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. They were shot by Chief Official White House Photographer Adam Schultz using a Sony a9 II full-frame mirrorless camera. The metadata in the released photos reveals that Schultz’s lens of choice was Sony FE 85mm f/1.4 G Master. […]
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  • Bringing Words to Life: The Role of Kinetic Type in Modern Design 12th April 2021
    The days of the written word's static existence are over. Welcome to the modern age of designing with kinetic type. The post Bringing Words to Life: The Role of Kinetic Type in Modern Design appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog.
  • How to Take Not-Boring Photos of: Buildings 9th April 2021
    When you're photographing details of buildings or massive cityscapes, it's the small changes that turn drab into delightful. The post How to Take Not-Boring Photos of: Buildings appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog.
  • The Colors of Dutch Culture Go Way Past Orange 8th April 2021
    A photographic glimpse into the effervescent palette of the Netherlands as seen in architecture, landscape, and design. The post The Colors of Dutch Culture Go Way Past Orange appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog.
  • What Fashion Will Look Like Post-Pandemic 8th April 2021
    We've got clues in what we wore after the last (flu) pandemic. Tale a stroll through fashion photography from Vogue in the 1920s. The post What Fashion Will Look Like Post-Pandemic appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog.
  • Maximalist Fashion—Ripped from the Pages of 1960s Vogue 8th April 2021
    The 1960s fashion shift was seismic—miniskirts, bell bottoms, galactic crystals—all within Vogue's unique radar. Take a look at the edge of fashion in all its glory. The post Maximalist Fashion—Ripped from the Pages of 1960s Vogue appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog.
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  • DSLRs are Dead 19th March 2021
    You DO need a website (this is your sign). Go to http://squarespace.com/Chelsea & save 10% off your first website or domain with code “Chelsea” Sell some prints. Look profesh. Just stop procrastinating. Spring SALE at http://Northrup.Photo 50% off presets: Spring50 25% off books, videos, etc.: Spring25 AH, the ole' DSLRs are dead debate. Don't let […]
  • Photos Tips we learned from Gordon Parks 27th February 2021
    In a photo slump? Now is a perfect time to learn about the photography legends and analyze what made them so special. Chelsea & Tony Northrup talk about Gordon Parks, the highlights of his career, his driving force as a photographer, and pull away some key lessons they learned from Gordon Parks' photography that will […]
  • That $500,000 scam: We found the REAL CEO. Who is responsible?! 19th February 2021
    The X-Tra Battery Kickstarter (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/x-tra/the-camera-battery-re-invented/) promises twice the battery life for your camera - but CanonRumors (http://canonrumors.com) discovered that the CEO's photo seems to be that of a stock model and the name doesn't seem connected to any real person. We dug deeper and found the true CEO, and the company's real address. Guess what? […]
  • Your Photos NEED HELP! 3rd February 2021
    Tony and Chelsea go over ways any photographer can improve their photos by asking for a little help!
  • Canon vs. Sony vs. Nikon vs. Panasonic 16th January 2021
    Chelsea & Tony Northrup discuss the top camera companies from the past 3 years, Canon, Sony, Nikon, and Panasonic Lumix. Since 2018, big things have changed for each company! Innovations have been made, companies are fighting for sales, and Canon shocked us with some new tech. Which companies will continue to advance and innovate? What […]
RSS News from Outdoor Photographer
  • Photo Of The Day By Michael Baucham 12th April 2021
    Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Macro Bloom” by Michael Baucham. Want to get your images in the running for... The post Photo Of The Day By Michael Baucham appeared first on Outdoor Photographer.
  • P.H.O.T.O.S. 12th April 2021
    Nature photographers love to be outdoors. The fresh air along the Pacific, cool autumn breezes in New England, the crisp... The post P.H.O.T.O.S. appeared first on Outdoor Photographer.
  • Photo Of The Day By Jake Pineda 11th April 2021
    Today’s Photo Of The Day is “The Three Sisters” by Jake Pineda. Location: Gold Canyon, Arizona. Want to get your... The post Photo Of The Day By Jake Pineda appeared first on Outdoor Photographer.
  • Photo Of The Day By Gary Fua 10th April 2021
    Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Susurrate” by Gary Fua. Location: Silver Lake, Eastern Sierra, California. Want to get your... The post Photo Of The Day By Gary Fua appeared first on Outdoor Photographer.
  • Behind The Shot: Bald Eagles In New Snow On Cottonwood Trees 9th April 2021
    The Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve in southeast Alaska is a state park and wildlife refuge. Established in 1982, it covers... The post Behind The Shot: Bald Eagles In New Snow On Cottonwood Trees appeared first on Outdoor Photographer.