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DxoMark analyzes the Olympus E-P3

(7 years ago)
Time to on the analytical hat again! Dxomark has just completed their RAW sensor data evaluation of the Olympus E-P3, and they have also published an analysis of their findings! As usual, you can compare the E-P3's RAW sensor data...

Video Tutorial to Create A Mandala in Photoshop

(7 years ago)
A lot of my students love making mandalas and so do I. So I decided to make a little video tutorial to help them get started. Mandalas make great images and can be added ad infinitum to create all kinds of photos, like this image below that I then morphed into Artmatic software:But before I get into a video tutorial on that (stay tuned for that one later), first try out this little gem in Photoshop to get started. Just click on the Youtube link to watch the steps. And learn more in my new book, Digital Image Transfer: Creating Art With Your Photography.Have fun and as always, light on …

A New (old) twist on Concert Photography

(7 years ago)
I shoot concerts as often as possible, and one thing I strive to do is to do something new as often as I can. Whether it be using long exposure or just trying to shoot from new angles/balconies/sidestage etc...Last week I managed to sneak my gear (a D7000, 50mm 1.8, 80-200mm, 18-105mm, 105mm and a Yashica Mat TLR!) into Central Park's summer stage. They told me at the door no "professional cameras or lenses" allowed into the show, so I hid the lenses in the side pouches of my sling, and put the 50mm on, and pretended that's all I had. This meant that I definitely didn't want to put my 80-200mm on, nor did I want to be changing my lenses often and looking like a "pro". So what did I do? I decided to use my new 105mm f/2 manual focus lens. I've never shot a concert with only a manual focus lens before, so I decided to give it a go. This lens is so incredibly sharp, and has the smoothest bokeh I've seen. Because this show was during the day, I was able to get some great bokeh backgrounds due to the trees near the stage: Here's a 100% crop to show just how sharp this lens is, and how manually focusing a moving subject can be done!! After all, that's how all the legends like Bob Gruen and Henry Diltz had to do it before digitals!

Sunset

(7 years ago)
before 2 hours, near the seaside. . . .2 saat önce trabzon sahilinde. . . . .

Winter Spell

(7 years ago)
Kogelberg, perhaps the world's greatest biodiversity hot-spot.Size for size, this 100 000 hectare...

Fixer Doesn't Sink

(7 years ago)
By Ctein Here's a coincidence. When Mike wrote his column about the craft of black and white darkroom printing two weeks ago, to the applause of film photographers who felt they were becoming depraved on account of being deprived, I...

Associated Press cuts ties with freelancer after Photoshop manipulation discovered

(7 years ago)
The Associated Press has cut ties with freelancer Miguel Tovar, and deleted most of his work from the AP Images collection, after it was discovered that the photographer had cloned blowing sand from one area of a photo to another in order to obscure his shadow.

NPPA announces "Short Grants" for photographers

(7 years ago)
The U.S. National Press Photographers Association has announced the 2011 Short Grants program, which will award five grants of US$3,000 each to photojournalists. The grants are designed to fund smaller scale projects that can be largely completed in two weeks or less.

Feature: Joel Hawksley starts a photography career

(7 years ago)
Joel Hawksley is off to a fast start. With two quarters to go before he graduates from Ohio University with a degree in photojournalism, Hawksley has already been working as a staff photographer for two years. And he’s compiled an impressive portfolio of photographs in that time.

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(7 years ago)

Jerusalem

(7 years ago)

Photo365 - 194 - Indigo

(7 years ago)
A vase which was as near to indigo as I could find, although the definition of indigo does vary wildly on the internet from a rich blue to a radiant purple. Is this your definition of indigo...

Way To The Beach

(7 years ago)
By Alessandro Giraldiwww.alessandrogiraldi.com

USR8420 All-in-One USB 3.0 Card Reader/Writer

(7 years ago)
USRobotics today introduced the USR8420 All-in-One USB 3.0 Card Reader/Writer, which features dual SD card slots plus one Compact Flash, one Memory Stick and one for SmartMedia. Read more and comment »

Another Photographer Detained in Southern California

(7 years ago)
For the second time in a month, police in Long Beach, California detained a photographer for taking pictures in public.And now it is becoming apparent that they are probably following guidelines issued by the Los Angeles Police Department that explicitly states that people taking photos are to be viewed as suspicious.According to page 40 of the LAPD’s “Suspicious Activity Report,” published in June 2008:Takes pictures or video footage (with no apparent esthetic value, i.e., camera angles, security equipment, security personnel, traffic lights, building entrances, etc.). This gives police the green light to detain photographers who are doing nothing but taking photos.The Suspicious Activity Report was highlighted in an article by Greggory Moore of the Long Beach Post, who was detained by Los Angeles County sheriff deputies for photographing a courthouse on June 2.In the article, Moore writes about another incident involving his colleague, Sander Roscoe Wolff, who was detained on June 30 for photographing an oil refinery for artistic purposes.Even though Wolff wasn’t breaking the law nor was he driving, Long Beach police officer Asif Kahn demanded his driver’s license.According to Moore's article:"I asked him if I had to show him my driver's license," says Wolff. "He said 'yes.' And at that point I did feel detained. Because if he was demanding that I identify myself, then I couldn't just walk away."Wolff says Kahn apparently ran a check on[..]

Keukenhof (Lisse NL)

(7 years ago)
Chaque année au printemps, au milieu d'hectares de champs de tulipes et autres fleurs à bulbes, se...

Fishing nets

(7 years ago)
Details of a fishing net, lying on the ground, in the old port in Marseilles.
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