» Magazine There is a feeling of wonderment that comes with opening a fresh new photography magazine. Imaginations run wild in anticipation of the little gems of knowledge and inspiration to come, knowing that at least one thing will help us to improve our craft (and experience) of making photographs. Delivered in PDF format, CLARITY is the first lifestyle eMagazine for photography enthusiasts at all levels of experience. In addition to rock-solid photographic education, CLARITY takes its readers “beyond the camera”, covering a range of important topics such as creative development, psychology of great imagery, post-processing, data backup and security, how to make the world a better place through your photography, and much more. CLARITY is published bi-monthly, in PDF format for maximum device compatibility. With CLARITY, you’ll discover:
Photographic Review: Submissions Direct Submissions: Source is interested in seeing new previously unpublished projects for publication and has an open and ongoing submissions policy. We publish a variety of work but we would encourage you to see what kind of material we publish by looking at the material available on our web site. Body Retouching Process Overview « Body Retouching « Tutorials « PSD Box – Original Photoshop Tutorials This is a quick overview of the process I follow when I make body retouching. I will show you how I use the Mixer Brush Tool, How I apply make up and how I change the illumination using filters and adjustment layers combined with blend modes. Download contents Original videoOriginal PSD fileStock image used
85 Great Photography Blogs, Galleries and Sites You Can't Afford to Miss WOW! I love DIYP readers! A week ago I asked DIYP readers to introduce yourselves by sharing your photography with the rest of DIYP readers. A total of 85 (that’s almost triple my age) photographers and bloggers accepted the challenge and stepped up to share their blog, gallery, site or flickr stream. I was happy to get familiar with 85 photography sites, blogs and galleries. During the course of the week, I have paid a visit to each of the sites and blogs, learning a bit about each of you.
What You Need to Know About Photo Stream If you have a new enough iPhone or iPad, you can now edit photos on the device. Photo Charlie Sorrel iOS 5 is here, and with it iCloud. ICloud is the biggest step yet towards cutting the cord with desktop computers, and it arguably does away with the old-fashioned idea of files and folders. One of the best parts of iCloud is Photo Stream which, in combination with the new Photos app, lets you forget about the computer completely.
seeking selection and good prices... in London Tsingtao says: Just near the junction of Brick Lane and Whitechapel High Street (officially, Brick Lane's called Osborn street at this point if you look on google maps) there's a small shop selling batteries, blank CDs, digital media - and film. Cheaper than the high street. Not sure what they have in stock, but they difinately did have Ilford and Fuji products when I was in there about 6 months back. i think they shut early on a saturday.
It’s entirely conceivable that life’s splendor surrounds us all, It’s entirely conceivable that life’s splendor surrounds us all, and always in its complete fullness, accessible but veiled, beneath the surface, invisible, far away Underwater digital photographs by Mark Mawson Title: Kafka via Blind Pony "It's entirely conceivable that life's splendor surrounds us all, and always in its complete fullness, accessible but veiled, beneath the surface, invisible, far away. But there it lies—not hostile, not reluctant, not deaf. If we call it by the right word, by the right name, then it comes. This is the essence of magic, which doesn't create but calls."
120 film in London England, where to buy? - Photo.net Medium Format Forum Edward Burlew , May 05, 2008; 07:27 a.m. I am traveling to London and I need to purchase several dozen rolls of 120 when I arrive. I am staying near Hyde Park and would appreciate knowing of a vendor near by. As an aside Do I have to worry about being mugged? If so I would take the old Hasselblad not the new 203fe.
Silverprint - Plus - About us Not part of our normal stock, a nostalgic collection of discontinued materials & equipment from the last 100 years. All additions gratefully received! Silverprint is a specialist dealer in photographic consumables of all types.
Alice's Blog Street Art Project Spreads 4,000 Blue Butterflies Throughout the World Artist Tasha Lewis has started a global street art project where she will create 4,000 magnetic butterflies and then send them in packs of 400 to 10 groups around the world. In total, the swarms of butterflies will travel to 100 different homes, hopefully landing in all seven continents. Born from the fact that, as an individual artist living in New York City, she would not…
Photography resources in London: the cheap lab near Shoreditch High Street – UPDATED I still shoot film because I love it, but it so damn expensive to get it developed and scanned in London! I’m trying to force kindly convince my lovely uncles to team up and buy me a decent flatbed film scanner as a graduation present, but till then I’m pretty much dependent on photography labs. I have to thank Ruvan (see this post to read about him) if I haven’t gone bankrupt while snapping freely with my Olympus Mju, because he showed me this lovely (and cheap!) 99 Extreme Examples of Bokeh Photography The quality of the blur has come to be known as “bokeh”. Bokeh in terms of photography referring the area in the photo which are out of focus light to increase beautiful and dramatic image. The origin of the term is from the Japanese word “romaji” (english characters) is spelled “boke” (pronounced bo-keh) and which means “fuzzy”. For good Bokeh, ideally points and lines would blur smoothly as they fell out of focus, in the manner, for example, of a smooth Gaussian blurring. When it comes to inspiration then there is no limitation on resources. Photography is one of the key sources of inspiration for some of our past work.
thegatedarkroom We are a group of emerging artists who have set up a not-for-profit photographic darkroom as a community interest company in New Cross Gate, London SE14, just round the corner from Goldsmiths College. The Gate Darkroom is aimed at budding artists, photographers, students and all who wish to work with black & white darkroom photographic processes in a communal & supportive environment. The facilities consist of a cutting & viewing studio and a darkroom, all on ground floor level. The darkroom has four bench mounted enlargers for black & white printing, from 35mm to 5×4 inches. There are three Durst enlargers and a De Vere 504 with a Multigrade 500 head. Paper developing is done in trays with chemicals provided, taking up to 20 x 24 inch paper.