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The Grid – Live at 4 PM EDT TODAY!

(6 years ago)
Hey Gang, Brad here with a quick reminder that we’ll be live today, Wednesday July 13 at 4:00pm EDT with The Grid! Matt Kloskowski will be joined by special guest RC Concepcion to discuss the pros and cons of using free services to share photos and videos online! So tune in live at 4:00pm at [...]

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Fujita 66/Kalimar 66/Soligor 66 - the unknown little thingy

(6 years ago)
A while ago I purchased this little 6x6cm camera. At least here in Germany it is very rare, and it's very special: - 6x6cm SLR, and it's really,...

a 55mm Tiffen Polarizer $10 OBO and a Nikkormat FTN Manual $4 OBO - shipping included

(6 years ago)
The filter is in great shape, 55mm. $10 shipped or make me an offer, just need to get it gone! The Nikkormat manual is fugly, but only the front...

Sonic Slideshow #6: Water – Submit Your Photo!

(6 years ago)
Advertise hereToday, we’re continuing our Sonic Slideshow series, creating another beautiful collection of images from our talented readers. We’ll ask you to submit one of your photos on a particular theme, and will pick the best entries to include in a fantastic video slideshow in a couple weeks (accompanied by an awesome soundtrack from AudioJungle).It’s a great way to showcase your work on the site, and be part of a fun project! This month’s theme is Water! Read on for more information, and details on how to submit your photo!Flowing Down RiverIn the hottest parts of the summer, water takes on a new importance. In some places, it becomes scarce. In other areas, monsoons and floods can cause havoc. To some, water might mean a relaxing beach vacation, to others it may bring to mind a icy glass of water.We’d love to see one of your photos of lakes, rain, pools, squirt gun fights or anything else involving water – either a recent one, or from a few years ago. Get creative, and show us what water means to you!Photo by Dirk Olbertz/Flickr.How To EnterTo have your photo considered for use in our slideshow, you just need to add it to the Sonic Slideshow Flickr Group! Your photo should be available full-size, with a minimum width or height of 2000px.We’ll pick between 20-30 of the best images in about one week, and use those in the slideshow (we’ll credit you with a link to your Flickr account as well).The best three images, selected by[..]

Coastal Photography Master Class: Part 2 – Photo Premium

(6 years ago)
Advertise hereWe have another Photo Premium tutorial exclusively available to Premium members today. In part two of this three-video series, Simon Plant is on location for a mini tour of the coast in the Southwest of England. Learn more at the jump!Premium Members click here to get the full tutorial.He visits the historic port of Charles Town and shows us how he visualizes and captures an image of a boat in the bay with cliffs, beach and the old harbour steps in the foreground.In this video of Charles Town, Simon “adds the magic” to the image and experiments by using a techniques he admits to never using before on a landscape image. And using several selective adjustment layers he builds up the image while all the time keeping in mind the image’s focal point.Stay tuned for moreDidn’t hear about Photo Premium? You can find out more here. It’s an additional, in-depth article, published each week just for our Premium subscribers (on top of all our regular free content!)Join Today!Join Premium and Expand Your Photography Knowledge!This is a really interesting technique to perfect, and you’ll be really pleased with the result! This Premium tutorial will help you get started with ease.For those unfamiliar, the family of Tuts+ sites runs a premium membership service. For $9 per month, you gain access to exclusive premium tutorials, screencasts, and freebies from Phototuts+, Nettuts+, Psdtuts+, Cgtuts+,Activetuts+, Aetuts+, Audiotuts+,[..]

Photography Kick-Start Guide: Adjusting Your Camera’s Settings for the Photo You Want

(6 years ago)
Advertise hereEvery two weeks, we revisit some of our reader favorite posts from throughout the history of Phototuts+. This tutorial was first published in September of 2009.Cameras vary in terms of functions offered. There are differences from one brand to the next and even from one model to another of the same brand. By necessity, this tutorial will have to generalize but let’s try to de-mystify some of the more common settings found on cameras today, what they mean (to the camera) and how to use them.Let’s start with the core shooting modes, then we’ll move on to the more common preset scene modes and finally to some other general information about camera functions.If you come across terminology or concepts here that are unfamiliar to you, it may be best to refer to part 1 of this series which uncovers how your camera work and what terms like ‘Aperture’ and ‘ISO’ mean.1. AutomaticThis is the default, all-purpose setting most people use 90% of the time. On simpler cameras, it may be the only mode, or one of the few available. It is generally indicated by the word AUTO, a green outlined box or an icon of a camera.In this mode, you can just quickly grab your shots while the camera makes all the decisions for things like:What aperture to useWhat shutter speed to useThe ISO sensitivityWhether or not to fire the flashWhite balanceThe only things the photographer controls are where to point the camera, whether to hold it in portrait[..]

Kodak Hard Rubber Tank - 8x10" w/ floating lid + 3 stainless steel 4x5/5x7" tanks

(6 years ago)
Hi all, I've got a classic Kodak Hard Rubber 8x10" Tank w/ floating lid; perfect condition. I am hoping to sell it along with 3 stainless steel...

Egret

(6 years ago)
An egret is any of several herons, most of wich are white or buff coloured, and several of wich...

Photosmith for iPad updated to v1.04

(6 years ago)
Photosmith v1.04, an update of the app for Apple's iPad that allows sorting, rating, captioning and keywording of pictures on the go, and then later syncing those pictures and metadata to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, is now available from the iTunes App Store. The new version is comprised of mostly fixes for bugs, plus improved RAW+JPEG handling and support for the RAW files from more cameras.
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