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40 Amazing Online Photography Magazines Advertisement Whatever country we live in, we’re probably all familiar with the well-known photography magazines available in our newsagents and bookstores. The UK has Practical Photography, France has Photo, the Italians have Zoom and the Americans have American Photo. What you may not know is that there are many more photography magazines that are only available online. And some of them are good, very good.

Photographer Rigs An iPhone 4 To Helium Balloons To Take HD Videos Here is a nice concept to compete with Kite Arieal Photography, Helicopter rigged cameras and very long pole photography. A bunch of curious DIYers at Los Angeles rigged an iPhone 4 to a set of helium balloons that helped it rise about 1000 feet and take 720p videos of Los Angeles. The footage is displayed below, while it is not perfect, and kinda shaky, there is also a valuable BTS. Hit the Just for some behind the scenes and my notes of the video here is the behind the scenes video that they took (probably to have some memory in case that iPhone would never be seen again).

Minolta MC Rokkor 58mm 1:1.2 Review - phillipreeve.net Introduction This is the most popular manual Minolta lens, I sold it twice just to buy another copy because it is such a nice lens. Its most distinctive quality is the great bokeh. It is pretty heavy and large for a standard lens and sharpness from f/2 is a tiny little bit worse than the much cheaper and somewhat smaller Minolta MC 1.4/50 but this lens has superior bokeh and is a joy to use. Specifications Size: (diameter x length): 70.8mm x 54mmFilter Thread: 55mmWeight: 478gClose Focusing Distance: 0.6mNumber of aperture blades: 8Price: about 350€ used in good condition (Germany January 2014).

10 Tips to Always Look Good in Photos As a photographer, you look great behind the camera, but what happens when the camera is pointing at you? A lot of photographers tend to freeze up, or go in for that fake, cheesy smile. But you’d be happy to know that you don’t need to be born photogenic in order to look nice in photos. Just follow these 10 simple tips to ensure that you’d always look good in front of the camera. 1.) Dress to impress 9 Websites To Manipulate And Have Fun With Your Photos Don't Forget to participate in a contest where you can win an amazing e-Commerce template from TemplateMonster. The most fun way to use image manipulation technology is by using it on our own photographs. Morphing our photos can produce some very amusing results which will surely entertain us. Many websites offer image manipulation services.

About us » BLUR MAGAZINE - Free PDF Photo Magazine BLUR magazine is an international e-magazine founded in 2007 with the mission to promote creative photography worldwide. It represents a meeting place for photographers, both prominent professionals and talented amateurs yet to be discovered, and photography lovers from around 190 countries. Copyright info Blog Archives - Films not dead. - F.N.D Blog A New 4×5 Camera – The Intrepid Camera © The Intrepid Camera Meet The Intrepid Camera Co. which is a new camera company that makes beautiful wooden 4x5 cameras made out of... Fuji Announces The New Instax Wide 300 FUJIFILM North America Corporation announced today an expansion of the popular INSTAX line of instant film cameras... Introducing CineStill bwXX (double-x) 35mm

Photographer Spotlight: Éric Lafforgue Éric Lafforgue is a professional photographer who travels for well-known magazines, documenting people in situations that most of the world doesn't get to see or want to witness. He's taken photos in areas that many would consider off-limits to travel, such as Somalia and North Korea, where he documents his subjects with a friendly intimacy that challenges our preconceptions about their culture and their lives. Some of Lafforgue’s most well-known images are from North Korea, where he traveled six times before being banned for publishing his work online. His photos capture unscripted moments of soldiers relaxing or even sleeping in the grass, all of which infuriated his hosts. Rather than take the images down, as they insisted, Lafforgue jeopardized his chances of future visits to the country for the integrity of his craft.

Blog In this film, photographer Ralph Lambrecht explains Modulation Transfer Function, MTF, in the simplest possible terms, supported with numerous visual graphs and examples. He also gives us some rules of thumb for reading charts and graphs. The modulation transfer function is, as the name suggests, a measure of the transfer of modulation (or contrast) from the subject to the image. In other words, it measures how faithfully the lens reproduces (or transfers) detail from the object to the image produced by the lens. MTF is the spatial frequency response of an imaging system or a component; it is the contrast at a given spatial frequency relative to low frequencies.

National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 - Alan Taylor - In Focus National Geographic is currently holding its annual photo contest, with the deadline for submissions coming up on November 30. For the past nine weeks, the society has been gathering and presenting galleries of submissions, encouraging readers to vote for them as well. National Geographic was kind enough to let me choose among its entries from 2011 for display here on In Focus. Gathered below are 45 images from the three categories of People, Places, and Nature, with captions written by the individual photographers. [45 photos] LensCulture Portrait Awards 2015 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL PROJECTIONS • INDUSTRY INSIDER EXPOSURE • $22,000 in Awards 8 days, 20:29:03 hours remaining Seeking the New Photographic Portrait The LensCulture Portrait Awards is the 2nd annual call for international portrait photography. The importance of portraiture is present in cultures across the world, illustrating the power and endurance of human connection.

Contemporary Art The self-portraits by the Japanese artist Yasumasa Morimura, Requiem for the XX Century: Twilight of the Turbulent Gods, examines an array of historical figures and political events that have been significant in shaping the 20th century. Employing his usual methodology, Morimura uses costumes, make-up and props to create unconventional and bold renderings of iconic images from history. While Morimura’s work has traditionally investigated femininity through iconic depictions of women from art history and popular culture, this body of work examines widely disseminated images of prominent masculine figures from the last century. Each protagonist or event is cast in a moment of apogee, when history is being made and visually captured. Substituting himself for ideologues, dictators or brilliant minds such as Einstein, Lenin, Che, Mao or Trotsky, Morimura reflects on his personal encounter of these images during his lifetime as well notions of masculinity embedded in politics and war.

Digital SLR Photography The October 2015 issue of Digital SLR Photography Magazine has arrived! Want to learn new and creative techniques to try with your DSLR or mirrorless camera? We’ve got 148 pages crammed with ideas and inspiration this month! Here's what you can look forward to…

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