To Adobe or not to Adobe. That is the question many photographers are asking with the spate of new image processing programs vying to “kill Photoshop.” I tested more than ten contenders as alternatives to Adobe’s image processing software, evaluating them for the specialized task of editing demanding nightscape images taken under the Milky Way,…
If you want to take truly memorable and moving photographs, you can learn something by studying the pictures of famous photographers. Some of the most beloved artists are deceased, but some are still delighting us with their photographs. The list below includes some of the more famous photographers that still impact our lives today. 1….
One of the most frequently asked questions from our readers and friends is related to picking a good monitor for photography needs. It seems like the market is over-saturated with all kinds of choices, whether you visit a local store or browse through an online catalog. There are so many monitors for different budgets, and…
Recently an intern joined me and drove me up the wall with questions about manual settings for photography. Questions like ”What zoom range should I adjust my lens to shoot a portrait and a group photo. Isn’t shutter speed useless?” drove me absolutely nuts! Before I shunned him away, I realized that there are no…
In the photography world, whether you just became a part of it or you have been shooting for a while, the term crop factor is something that comes up very often. Since there are so many cameras and camera systems available now, this term is very popular in product specifications, marketing materials, articles, books, and…
New photographers are taught the rule of thirds as one of the first guidelines toward making exciting pictures. This is a technique in which a hypothetical grid (similar to a noughts and crosses board) is utilized to frame subjects. The grid separates an image into nine equal portions with four junction points and four lines….
No matter what digital camera you shoot with nowadays, you must have some kind of storage where your media is going to be saved to. While some devices like phones and tablets often come with some built-in memory, you will often find yourself looking for ways to expand that storage by using memory cards or…
Instagram has now rolled out to Windows PCs and laptops, but unless you have a touchscreen you’ll have trouble uploading photos. Here’s how to use Instagram on Windows, and how to upload images to Instagram on Windows 10. Source: How to upload photos to Instagram from a Windows PC / Digital Information World
MyGearVault, the all-in-one app for tracking, organizing, and protecting your photography gear created by Jared Polin, is now available on Android. Source: MyGearVault app now available on Android: Track and protect your gear on-the-go
If you find some of the words and phrases used in photography confusing, here is the ultimate guide to photography terms, a glossary just for you. Source: The dPS Ultimate Guide to Photography Terms – a Glossary of Common Words and Phrases
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