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How to Edit a Landscape Image in Lightroom – Fstoppers

Lightroom is more powerful than ever before, and it is entirely possible to edit a landscape photo from start to finish without having to switch over to Photoshop. If you would like to learn how to do so and pick up some useful tips along the way, check out this great video tutorial that will […]

Shruti Haasan leaves fans jaws dropped with her ‘inactive’ Sunday pictures – The News International

Shruti Haasan leaves fans jaws dropped with her ‘inactive’ Sunday pictures Shruti Haasan shared a glimpse of her relaxing day with her followers as the actress was spotted enjoying a lazy Sunday moment. The Salaar actress dropped some glimpses from her day at home on Instagram. Posting the photos on social media, she captioned them, […]

The Good and Bad of Leica Cameras and Lenses – Fstoppers

Perhaps no camera brand generates stronger opinions than Leica, with some photographers absolutely swearing by the equipment and experience and others seeing it as overpriced niche gear. Just like any other brand, there are good and bad aspects of using Leica cameras and lenses. This interesting video essay examines the company’s lines as they stand […]

Pics Of Actors And Their Stunt Doubles – BuzzFeed

I’m seeing double. 1 . The Penélope Cruzes on the set of Zoolander 2 . Ciao Pix / AKM-GSI, Xposure / AKM-GSI 2 . The Brett Gelmans on the set of Stranger Things. 3. The Bruce Willises on the set of A Couple of Dicks. Bobby Bank or WireImage 4. The Ellie Kempers on the […]

(Image): Gerard Pique spotted with Chelsea megastore bag » Chelsea News – Chelsea News

Gerard Pique has been pictured in London this weekend with his children, curiously holding a Chelsea bag. Given the rocky relationship between Chelsea and Barcelona during his peak, it’s a little surprising he’s been shelling out on Blues merch for his kids. The Megastore has only recently re-opened after a long spell shut during the […]

Take stunning photos with this $140 4K dual-camera drone – Engadget

This content is made possible by our sponsor; it is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Engadget’s editorial staff. A flagship smartphone or DSLR can snap amazing pictures but can’t capture a bird’s-eye view. You’ll need something a little more innovative and fun to accomplish that. But besides hobbyist-level photography, […]

5 Common Mistakes Beginner Photographers Make – Fstoppers

Being new to photography can be a bit daunting, as you have to build a variety of technical and creative skills simultaneously in order to create competent and compelling images. This helpful video tutorial discusses five common mistakes new photographers make and what you can do to fix them or avoid them altogether in the […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Depth of Field – Fstoppers

Depth of field is one of the most fundamental and powerful tools a photographer has at their disposal, and as such, mastering it is crucial to taking full technical and creative control of your images. If you are new to photography and wondering about how depth of field works, check out this fantastic video tutorial […]

Ever heard of Google Collections? It makes sharing links, images and plans a snap – USA TODAY

Kim Komando  |  Special to USA TODAY Google is a divisive company. Maybe you love the ease of Gmail and how easy it is to find anything you want online. Or maybe you get a shiver up your spine thinking of all the data the search giant has on you. Tap or click to see […]

Curran Hatleberg’s humid, hallucinatory ​images of the deep south – The Guardian

Ten years in the making, the photographer’s otherworldly new work gets under the skin of the American south, capturing alligators, urban decay and a man with a beard of bees by Sean O’Hagan Curran Hatleberg’s new photobook, River’s Dream, begins with an image of a curious dog nosing through the tattered screen door of a […]

40 years later, photographer tracks down friends and family for reunion photos! – Digital Camera World

Chris Porsz is a photographer based in Peterborough, England, who alongside his job working as a paramedic for 36 years, took to street photography in his spare time.  In 2016 he found some old street shots and negatives that he’d taken in the late Seventies and early Eighties, and decided to set himself the challenge […]

The big picture: dancing on the beach in the Camargue, 1957 – The Guardian

The big picture: dancing on the beach in the Camargue, 1957 Lucien Clergue’s shot, taken in the French seaside town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, celebrates a Gypsy pilgrimage amid the stirrings of postwar hedonism Every May the seaside town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer in the Camargue hosts the Gitan Pilgrimage, a gathering of French and Catalan Gypsies. The town’s […]

The world’s most beautiful trees, in pictures – msnNOW

Have you ever taken the time to admire, really admire, nature? It’s during times like these that we realize we take a lot of things for granted, including the beauty of what surrounds us. Until we can travel again, here are 20 stunning photos of trees to make you feel like you’re outside enjoying nature, […]

This Page Is Posting Science Memes And Here Are 50 Of The Best Ones – Bored Panda

When flipping through the pages of our science textbooks, fun may be the last word on our minds. But whether we realize it or not, there’s always a wave of joy when we discover new things about our planet. Looking through the lens of physics, biology, chemistry, or even social and humanitarian fields, creates a […]

Incredible award-winning travel photographs you simply must see – msnNOW

Travel allows us to see the world, while photography enhances this when we can’t physically be there ourselves. Travel photography offers the chance to capture diverse (and often intimate) perspectives, whether it’s everyday life or otherworldly landscapes. Want to see more? Here’s the full list of winners and runners-up from the Travel Photographer of the […]