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RavPower All-in-1 Filehub for Super Nimble Backup - The Digital Story
Photographers wishing to leave their laptops at home, but still wanting backup and image sharing on the road, may find the answer in the RavPower All-in-1 Filehub that's currently on sale for $45.99. The RavPower with a USB Flash drive at one end and SD card at the other. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography  tech 
november 2016 by choppingblock
Adobe Project Felix aims to ease 3D compositing for designers - CNET
Adobe has a new trend of showing off "project" applications shortly before launching a basic-featured product -- think of Fall 2015's Project Comet, which became Adobe XD in Spring 2016. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  3d  design  photography  photoshop 
november 2016 by choppingblock
Elliott Erwitt's Discusses the Magic of Photography
The best photographs give us a way to connect with the world: they shatter the mundane, prompt self reflection and question reality. But what about, as Ansel Adams calls it, the “twelve inches behind the camera”? via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography  time  video 
october 2016 by choppingblock
Dual-camera phones are the future of mobile photography - The Verge
Smartphone cameras can do astounding things nowadays, however they are starting to reach some hard physical limits. There’s only so much you can achieve within the tight constraints of a device that’s 7mm thick, and phone companies are looking for alternative means to keep improving. via Pocket
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october 2016 by choppingblock
How To Get The Results You Want in Alfred Every Time - Alfred Blog
When you start using Alfred regularly to launch apps and find files, you'll quickly find that Alfred presents you with the right results. But how can you ensure you always get what you want? via Pocket
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september 2016 by choppingblock
The Best Travel Tripod | The Wirecutter
We found this after dozens of hours researching the current travel tripod market, interviewing experts, and working through user discussions to discover what people actually need in a travel tripod. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography  tripod 
september 2016 by choppingblock
At Photokina, camera makers carve out their territory
Let this sink in: Since 2010, digital camera sales have fallen from around 120 million to 40 million units. The main reason, obviously, is that consumers can fulfill most of their photography needs with a smartphone. That leaves manufacturers a small but profitable high-end market. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography 
september 2016 by choppingblock
Sunset Portrait Photography | Minute Photography
Welcome to our new series, Minute Photography, where we explain photography and lighting tips & tricks, myths, and techniques. In this episode, we show you how to achieve a perfectly lit sunset portrait while throwing the temperature into a cool blue. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography  tips 
september 2016 by choppingblock
Perfect In-Camera, Then Photoshop - SLR Lounge
Photoshop is without a doubt, an amazing tool, and what you can do with compositing and the artistry behind your images is clearly beyond the capabilities of your camera. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  lightroom  photography  tips 
september 2016 by choppingblock
How To Over Power the Sun using ND Filters With Joel Grimes
Creating a natural looking portrait outside with flash limits your options regarding your camera settings. A photographer might be stuck at their sync speed, usually 1/180 to 1/250, and at a low f-stop of around f/22. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  lighting  photography  tips 
september 2016 by choppingblock
Single Shot HDR | Getting the Most Out Of Your Camera
Bracketed HDR images that require composites may be simpler now that Lightroom & Photoshop have become so intertwined, but what if you could achieve the same realistic quality of an HDR with just a one shot. From camera to post, see how you can achieve the look of an HDR with a single frame. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photo  photography 
september 2016 by choppingblock
G-Tech Announces G-Rack And ev Series Expansion, CFAST 2.0, & Atomos Integration
G-Technology is a premium storage service for audio and video production, with services that range from storing, transferring, editing, and distributing. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  computer  photography  storage 
september 2016 by choppingblock
VSCO Academy's Smartphone Street Photography Tips
After Apple’s big IPhone 7 unveiling, we can only expect to see a greater presence of smartphone photography in the world we live in. With an accessible nature like no other, smartphone cameras hold a sense of instant gratification and endless educational opportunities for a budding photographer. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  mobile  photography 
september 2016 by choppingblock
Fstoppers Reviews the ONA Berlin II Leica Edition Bag | Fstoppers
Street Photography with the Leica M9 Through the Eyes of William Palank via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
Share Photos Directly from Lightroom to Instagram - Terry White's Tech Blog
One thing that has been pretty consistent when it comes to Instagram and that’s the fact that they have remained tightly focused on mobile! To date if you want to post a new picture to your Instagram account you have to do so by using the Instagram App on iOS or Android. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  instagram  lightroom  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
Looking at the Future • The Breakroom
At the last Apple Event, a seemingly simple thing was announced: a True Tone display on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. This device also uses a new LCD panel and sports “a color standard big enough for Hollywood.” via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  color  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
The Wide Gamut World of Color — iMac Edition
New iMacs were released recently (13th Oct, 2015). The iMac is now a compelling machine in both 21.5" and 27" formats. The upgrade includes a new panel that has an extended color gamut. Normal white LED backlights produce a lot of blue light, but not as much red or green light. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  apple  color  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
3 Of The Best Lightroom Tips you’ll See this Year
Hey guys, Mark from Shotkit here. Now wouldn’t you like an article where there’s no preamble, just a handful of meaty tips that you can implement right away to improve your photography post production workflow?! via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  lightroom  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
How Lenses Affect Composition | A Look At Compression & Distortion
Perspective defines the spatial relationships between objects in a photo in respect to the viewpoint. How we perceive a scene all depends on which lens we are looking through, which then allows us to dial in camera settings and choose composition accordingly. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
Photo-editing app VSCO is turning off its sync feature today
About two years ago, the popular photo-editing and sharing app VSCO released a big iOS update that, among other things, brought the app to the iPad. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
Lightroom for Mobile July Releases
Two big updates for Lightroom for mobile are now available for download: Lightroom for iOS 2.4 and Lightroom for Android 2.1. In version 2.4, two major improvements have been added: a raw technology preview and the addition of local adjustment tools. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  lightroom  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
15minutes.inthemorni.ng
These are my favorite apps in the Photography folder on my phone. I wanted to share the ones that aren’t too popular and took me ages of searching and testing to find. Some of these are paid apps, but they’re worth every penny. TwinCollage is something that took me forever to find. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
The Misunderstood Leica Monochrom — Kenneth Reitz
My camera of choice is the Leica M Monochrom. This digital black-and-white rangefinder camera is my most prized possession and the source of a great deal of inspiration. My beloved camera, unfortunately, has a tendency to polarize people. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  leica  photography 
august 2016 by choppingblock
No Studio, No Problem: How to Create Stunning Head Shots in Any Location
Take a Time Out with Tanya, art director & graphic designer turned commercial photographer who really just wants a break from her three kids. Sign up for her weekly email here so you’ll never miss a Time Out. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  onlocation  photography  portrait 
july 2016 by choppingblock
5 Ways Your Lightroom Editing Is Ruining Your Images
Lightroom is a fantastic program for editing your photos. However, it is so easy to ruin your images through over-editing, and I see it done time and time again. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  lightroom  photography  tips  tops 
july 2016 by choppingblock
Pushing High Resolution RAW Files to the Extreme - SLR Lounge
Sometimes you can’t always get into a perfect position to get the shot you want, and in those cases, it’s helpful to have a high resolution camera with a lot of megapixels so you can adjust it in post. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  lightroom  photography 
july 2016 by choppingblock
The Waterproof Leica Is a Very Expensive Way to Get Laid
Leica is a respected institution in photography, and rightly so. Over the last 100+ years, the company has mastered the crafts of making exceptional lenses, designing beautiful bodies, and creating a palpable aura of superiority around all of its products. via Pocket
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june 2016 by choppingblock
42 Megapixels of Garbage: An Unconventional Review of the Sony a7R II
The 42MP Sony a7R II has got to be one of the most anticipated camera systems in the history of cameras, and for good reason. Over the years, I’ve had the chance to play with all sorts of camera systems, from cheap point-and-shoots to $30,000 80-megapixel behemoths. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  camera  photography 
june 2016 by choppingblock
The Non-Awkward Way to Acknowledge Someone You Barely Know as You Walk By
You’re walking down the street when you see that friend of a friend you met at that thing. You don’t want to stop and have an awkward chat, but you also don’t want to be rude. Here’s a simple eye contact trick that works every time. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  lifehacker  photography  psychology 
june 2016 by choppingblock
Structure – Ming Thein | Photographer
I’ve put off writing this article for a very, very long time for the simple reason that there are visual things that I have to figure out how to explain which somewhat transcend the limits of the written language to describe. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  composition  photography  tutorial 
june 2016 by choppingblock
Andrew Scrivani
Phone: Toll free in the U.S. 1-800-967-0229 via Pocket
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may 2016 by choppingblock
Nick Knight - Home
NickKnight.com requires Adobe Flash player version 8. You need to upgrade your Flash Player. via Pocket
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may 2016 by choppingblock
home
HOME CONTACT The Grotto installation textile 2015 Digital Artifacts film performance 2014 WWMP installation textiles 2014 2012 Echo video 2014 2009 Grow on you video 2014 Caged installation 2013 Shaved film performance 2013 Extraordinary Gentlemen film 2010 Liquifi via Pocket
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may 2016 by choppingblock
Home - Graeme Montgomery
Dior Summer Mix The Alchemist Amica fire Lips Amica Silo Dior Bird of Paradise Guido McQueen Silent Aqua – Silent Nudes Hot D Beach French cat x (Home) New Campaigns Lipsticks Graf via Pocket
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may 2016 by choppingblock
Travel, traditions, culture - documentary, travel and cultural photography by Mitchell Kanashkevich
Around the middle of the road between two of Southern Ethiopia's larger towns - Arba Minch and Jinka, there is a signboard that reads "Welcome to Hamer." The sign marks a dusty road that continues for almost to 100 km, through African bush, towards the region of Turmi, the heart of the Hamer tribe.. via Pocket
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may 2016 by choppingblock
Paul Jung
+1 347 688 9823P@PAULJUNG.CO. via Pocket
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may 2016 by choppingblock
NCHGC: Sites and Stories: South Rim: Kolb Studio
After the Kolbs traveled about the country showing their river running film, they returned to the Grand Canyon’s south rim and showed the film on a daily basis in the auditorium of their studio and home. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography  travel 
april 2016 by choppingblock
A closer look at Adobe Stock | Yuri Arcurs
My name is Yuri Arcurs, and for those of you who don’t know me, I’m the world’s top selling stock photographer and founder of www.peopleimages.com. I have spent the last 10 years as a stock photographer and I´ve worked with over 100 stock agencies. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
Wotancraft Ryker - The Perfect Leica Camera Bag? — Kristian Dowling
The quest for the ultimate camera bag is a lifelong journey filled with the occasional mistakes, great rare finds and excitement for the purchase of a bag that just may be the holy grail. I’ve been searching for the ultimate Leica M bag for the last 21 years and I believe I may have found it. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  bag  camera  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
How To Be a Great Photographer (and Maybe Everything Else) - Altucher Confidential
I take a photo and, to me, it looks like puke. It looks dead. I wish I were better.  Chase Jarvis is a great photographer. He’s won all sorts of awards. I wanted to talk to him. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
10 Digital Cameras for Street Photography to recommend in 2015 | Alex Coghe Editor and Photojournalist
There are cameras specifically thare are most indicated for street photography. I have my ideas how a camera should be when it comes to street photography. With this post I want to present 10 digital cameras I recommend, based on their features. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  cameras  photography  streetphotography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
Access Denied
Mason Resnick is a veteran writer, photographer, and editor with a distinguished career in the photo industry spanning the 1980s through the present. He is the Senior Contributing Writer for the Adorama Learning Center, and was the Editor of the ALC from 2005-2013. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  cameras  photography  streetphotography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
What gear do 7 of the worlds leading street photography experts recommend?
Thomas Leuthard was recently voted one of the most socially influential street photographers. The international educator recently delivered his wonderful, no nonsense, gear doesn’t matter approach to street photograph on inmybag and here’s what he said about gear… via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  cameras  photo  photography  streetphotography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
How to Improve Your Photos and Videos with Affordable Lighting
The big difference between good looking photos and video and bad ones comes down to how well things are lit. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  lighting  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
How to Use a GoPro for better Travel Photos | WORLD OF WANDERLUST
GoPro cameras have without a doubt revolutionised the way we take photos of our travels. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  gopro  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
David East: Stills photography with a GoPro: Digital Photography Review
South Africa-based filmmaker David East uses a GoPro camera for his video work, but has started to use it for stills as well. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  gopro  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
Shooting High-Resolution Photos with Your GoPro Hero | Taking Pictures with Your GoPro | Que
In this chapter from My GoPro Hero Camera, Jason R. Rich shows you the features and functions built into the GoPro Hero4 camera (as well as some other GoPro camera models). via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  gopro  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
Antique Photos Were Used to Make This Realistic Footage That Looks 85 Years Old
Instead of rebuilding cities like New York, Boston, Detroit, and Washington, D.C. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  3d  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
Kodak Tri-X: The Best Black-and-White Film Ever Made?
It came out first in 1940, when Europe was plunged into war but America was enjoying the dying days of calm before the storm. It was Kodak’s new black-and-white film, designed to be shot on location. The only problem was, it was only available in large format. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  film  photography 
april 2016 by choppingblock
www.nytimes.com
You know a Steve McCurry picture when you see one. His portrait of an Afghan girl with vivid green eyes, printed on the cover of National Geographic in June 1985, is one of the iconic images of the 20th century. via Pocket
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april 2016 by choppingblock
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