Hacks | Tutorials. Why You Should Get A Pen Tablet for You Photographic Post-Production. The following two tabs change content below. Photographer who loves challenging and experimental photography and is not afraid to share the knowledge about it. I’ve been editing my photos with a computer mouse for more than half a decade. So far, I’ve gone through only two PC mice: one a generic Deluxe 800 dpi mouse (which didn’t last for more than 6 months), and the other a Verbatim Rapier V1 3200 dpi laser mouse, which is still kicking after 6 years of regular abuse. The Verbatim does a great job. I can’t really complain. But it is still just a mouse. Was it a good decision? Getting Used To It Photo by evan p. cordes Using a pen tablet could be a totally new concept for you, and at first it will feel weird due to the absolute positioning of the tablet – the surface area of the tablet corresponds exactly to the screen.
Drivers I have to be honest with you: conflicts concerning drivers will be a problem you will have to deal with, on occasion. The Freedom Speed Drawing by Susan Murtaugh. Shutter sounds - Canon 5Ds. Nikon D810, Pentax 645z, Sony a6000 and Olympus OMD Em5 II. 30+ Crazy Photographers Who Will Do ANYTHING For The Perfect Shot. Getting the angle and perspective for a photo just right can sometimes be very tricky, but these crazy photographers don't mind – when it comes to taking the perfect shot, they will do whatever it takes. The acts of devotion to their craft that some of the world's best photographers perform can be truly outstanding. Wildlife photographers have spent weeks camped out in the wild, allowing animals to get accustomed to their presence so that they can get the rare or intimate glimpses at their lives that others only dream of.
Show 34 more Add Image Recent submissions to this list Crazy Photographer Crazy Photographer Crazy Photographer Old Style Photographer Crazy Photographer Crazy Photographer Drag Image Select File Rules: 1) no ugly watermarks 2) no borders 3) no low quality images Ooops! Pressed Against the Glass on Japan's Crowded Subways. Traveling on an extremely crowded subway is one of my least favorite things ever. So, when I saw this photo series by German-born artist Michael Wolf, I was both intrigued and horrified. In the series, entitled Tokyo Compression, the Hong Kong-based photographer spent time studying the culture of Tokyo, focusing specifically on the individuals who spend their daily commute packed onto the city subway trains.
The photographs in the project highlight the downside to living in a big city. Cheeks are pressed against the steamy glass and faces are lost in a daydream as people try to disconnect from their uncomfortable travels to and from home. Wolf says the photographs represent "chiefly the tragedy of the human condition. What you see is not the result of a natural catastrophe. Michael Wolf’s website via [HeyNay] Photoworks: Commissioning and publishing photography. Photoshop/photogrphy. Lightroom. Camera lens vs human eye: free photography cheat sheet. Camera 2.0. 3/15/12 - The FCam API is now available on the Nokia N9 Linux-based smartphone. See below for details. Marc Levoy has retired from Stanford University to lead a team at Google. This project is no longer active, and the Stanford Frankencamera is not available for purchase. However, the FCam API is available on cell phones and tablets that run Android version "L" (Lollipop), as the Camera2 API (Application Programming Interface) and HAL v3 (Hardware Abstraction Layer) for the cameras on these devices.
See also this presentation by former Stanford PhD student Eddy Talvala at Google I/O 2014, or this summary by Android Police. Apple offers a similar API in iOS. Overview Computational photography refers broadly to sensing strategies and algorithmic techniques that enhance or extend the capabilities of digital photography. Photos B. Técnica. Stock Image. Open Eye Photography Blog. Photos of the World. Life Artworks - Painting, Modern, Photography. Photography. PHOTOGRAPHY ARTISTS. Depth of Field | Exploring photography. Photography Articles. Photo interview. Street Photographer Martin Molinero: The Moment Catcher Street Photographer Martin Molinero: The Moment Catcher Street photography has always been one of my favorite genres. So today I’m excited to present on PhotoInterview street photography debut of the talented photographer from Spain Martin Molinero.
‘Moment Catcher’ — this is how I refer to Martin. Subtle Matters in the Portrait Photography of Tomek Jankowski Subtle Matters in the Portrait Photography of Tomek Jankowski When browsing Tomek Jankowski’s website, you may have a feeling that it belongs to at least four photographers. The Pheetography of Tom Robinson The Pheetography of Tom Robinson Tom Robinson is a British travel photographer whose creative way to fill a family photo album has caused some buzz aroud the Web and in the press.
Cally Whitham: New Zealand Beauty Cally Whitham: New Zealand Beauty The photography of Cally Whitham approaches ordinary things in a quite extraordinary way. Ami Barwell: Rock’n'Photo. Digital photography tips, tricks , tutorials and inspiration - Photopoly. DPShots | Digital Photography Shots | Photography Inspiration. Wikipedia Is In A Pretty Weird Battle Over A Monkey Selfie. Copyright law is boring. Unless there's a monkey involved. Then it's hilarious. In 2011, British wildlife photographer David Slater traveled to Indonesia.
He set up his equipment to take a photo of a crested black macaque. Suddenly, the monkey grabbed Slater's camera and started to take selfies. As you can imagine, the selfies were hilarious and adorable, and the photos went viral as soon as they hit the Internet. Here is one of the photos (yes, we paid for it): This sounds like an incredible opportunity for a photographer, right? But Wikimedia has refused to remove the photo, since it was technically taken by the monkey, not by Slater. Slater accused Wikipedia, which mentioned the monkey selfie in a recent transparency report, of "making a news story" of the issue. "It's potentially being run by people with political agendas," Slater said of Wikipedia. He urged people to stop using Wikipedia. Katherine Maher, a spokeswoman for Wikimedia, emailed the following statement to HuffPost: Photoshop. 50+ Truly Useful Photoshop Tutorials For Amazing Photo Effects @ SmashingApps.
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Photosight.com. Contenu gratuit. Viewfinder. In photography, a viewfinder is what the photographer looks through to compose, and in many cases to focus, the picture. Most viewfinders are separate, and suffer parallax, while the single-lens reflex camera lets the viewfinder use the main optical system. Viewfinders are used in many cameras of different types: still and movie, film, analog and digital. A zoom camera usually zooms its finder in sync with its lens, one exception being rangefinder cameras. History Before the development of microelectronics and electronic display devices, only optical viewfinders existed.
Direct optical viewfinders 1939 miniature viewfinder camera Early 21st century digicam with viewfinder Direct viewfinders are essentially miniature Galilean telescopes; the viewers eye was placed at the back, and the scene viewed through the viewfinder optics. Waist-level (reflecting) viewfinders Child's waist-view box camera Mamiya 645 1000s waist level finder Sportsfinder (sports viewfinder) Using a TLR. Digital SLR Photography magazine :: Home.
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