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Adobe offers 50% discount on video editing products

(7 years ago)
Adobe has launched a cross-grade promotion offering 50% discounts on Premiere Pro CS5.5 and Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium, the multi-application bundle that also includes Adobe After Effects CS5.5. Current owners of Apple Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer are eligible for the discount, which expires on September 30, 2011.

From Camera to Print, RGB & CMYK Color: Part 1

(7 years ago)
Advertise hereSo you’ve got some great photos and want to print them. Think great prints are as easy as hitting the “Print” button? Think again. Here we’ll talk about the two different color spaces photographers deal with in the capture to print workflow. After this, you’ll see that things aren’t so black and white — or red, green, and blue.Two Cities of ColorPhotographers have dealt with two cities of color since they could print what they saw. Color film captured light by filtering it through three different colored layers before it reach the light-sensitive silver halide crystals in each layer resting upon the celluloid (plastic). These filters were Red, Green, and Blue. Once developed, the color negative contained varying layers of density of the RGB. Looking at a color negative through a loupe, you can see the reds, greens, and blues.Color film captured the world in RGB, but a much older form of reproduction had already established its way of displaying color using Cyan, Yellow, Magenta, and Black (CYMK). The printing world, from the moment it could produce color images used the CYMK colorspace to make their color images. Instead of using filters, printers use layers of ink at differing densities to make color.Since these two worlds interact with one another during the capture-to-print workflow, it is important to understand how each relates to the other and the limits of modern digital photographic capture and printing[..]

50 Fantastic Bridge Photographs

(7 years ago)
Advertise hereThe sheer awe and beauty invoked by natural landcapes often outmatches even the most dramatic cityscape. Our normal architectural endevours often engender more apathy than awe. Occasionally, however, true masterpieces of architecture and design can ignite our imagination. These examples of creative human endeveour deserve their proper recognition. Today, we’ll be looking at 50 images of an object that does just that: bridges.To my mind, some of the most fascinating pieces of human architecture come in the form of bridges. The might and strength of these human constructions, combined with the romantic connations surrounding journeys and traveling, make them wonderful photographic subjects. Below you’ll find a fascinating collection of images that capture some of the beauty and power of bridges, but first here are a few simple tips for getting the most out of an architectural subject.Timing is EverythingAs with almost all photography, when shooting architectural structures timing is everything. Get up early and catch the morning rays of sunlight or wait until dusk and catch the gradual shifting of colours. The drama and intensity of a shot is drastically altered by the time of day and the conditions, overcast skies and flat light rarely make for stunning photographs.Shooting at night can also add great impact to architectural images. Some key pieces of architecture will be intentionally lit at night, while others will be lit by streetlights and[..]

Everything You Need to Know About Lenses: Part 1

(7 years ago)
Advertise hereSo you’ve purchased your first SLR system, welcome to a new world of photography. You’ve opened Pandora’s Box to a huge range of versatility. One of the major factors that sets SLR cameras apart is their ability to change lenses. In this two-part Basix tutorial, we’re going walk your through everything you’d ever want to know about lenses.Types of Lenses & CompatibilityIn its most basic form, a lens is simply something that directs an image onto a camera’s capture medium. If you’ve ever tried to take a picture with no lens attached to your camera, you probably know that not much happens. Therefore, it can be said with little debate that a lens is necessary to making images (pinholes and zone plates being the exception). However, with so many choices and types of lenses available for your camera, it can be confusing to start picking a lens or even understand what makes one lens different from the next.Lens compatibility can be a little bit tricky. Each camera brand has its own lens “mount”. If I have a Nikon camera and a Sony lens, then that lens won’t mount on my camera. But if I buy a lens with a Nikon D7000 and go to use it on my Nikon D700, then the lens will work (albeit with a few caveats). There are also manufacturers such as Tokina, Sigma, and Tamron that manufacture the same lens in a variety of mounts.Focal LengthFocal length is probably the most important factor when distinguishing one[..]

Jay Maisel Defends His Copyright And Is Attacked For It Online

(7 years ago)
A few weeks ago there was news that Jay Maisel had successfully defended his copyright against someone claiming “transformation” by turning his original Miles Davis cover photograph into pixel art. It was another victory for photographers in the fight over “fair use,” an idea that is very important but also extensively misused by people who [...]

"Dent Blanche"

(7 years ago)
"Dent Blanche" 4357m .........................................

Le Sourire de la campagne

(7 years ago)
Un emozionante tributo a Zornica kuca (Bacevac del paese, sulla strada per Lazarevac) dove ho...

Castelluccio 2011 per Silvio

(7 years ago)
Ciao a tutti.Dopo tanto tempo ritorno su TE e non potevo non ricominciare con una foto diversa....

Sikh

(7 years ago)
A sikh - tuk-tuk driver. The photo was taken in Paharganj, New Delhi.

Old locomotive

(7 years ago)
Old steam engine outside the Sirkeci train station, in Istanbul, the terminal of the Orient...

St. Baafs Cathedral

(7 years ago)
The crossing of Sint Baafs (St. Bavo) cathedral in Gent, 1976. A classic of Netherlandish Gothic...

Google+ Photo Rights

(7 years ago)
Google+ is growing quickly with several million users so far but is Google+ or Facebook more friendly to photographers? Google+ has built in photo editing and larger photos...it also ...Read Full Post

Focus: Found Faces

(7 years ago)
With little writing apart from the odd quirky description from different photographers, this book is a fun flick through and a possible inspiration to budding photographers. This book offers...

Wrong 26

(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse

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(7 years ago)
It is okay to doing wrong, as long as you do it spectacularly. Just go for it. “Wrong, no big deal”. By Chow Hon Lam aka Flying Mouse
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