Photography and Camera News, Reviews, and Inspiration
During the first frost in the southern region of Finland, Christoffer Relander (previously) shot dense patches of branches, ferns, and blades of grass as part of a new set of double-exposure photographs. Titled We Are Nature Vol. 6, the monochromatic project merges human figures with nature to gener
As part of our Year in Review, we’re happy to share the Top-25 photos uploaded to Flickr in 2019.
What are the best post-processing software packages in 2019? This is a comprehensive list of the excellent opportunities on the market today!
Woodstock photographer shares what it was like to photograph the 1969 music festival: Digital Photography Review
Henry Diltz recounts how he became the official photographer of Woodstock and shares what it looked like through the viewfinder.
If you shoot photos in RAW, you need the right program to open and edit them. Darktable is a free Adobe Lightroom alternative.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Some pictures, however, are worth at least a million. I’m talking about photographs that nearly everyone recognizes and that will forever be etched into our shared history. Even though these legendary photos might be known by all, far from everyone knows about the superstar photographers who took them. Even less know about the cameras they used to capture history in the making. Buckle up, amigos, you’re about to become photography buffs!
These are the Kennel Club’s Dog Photographer of the Year contest winners: Digital Photography Review
The Kennel Club has announced the winners of its 2019 Dog Photographer of the Year Awards. As you might expect, the gallery is full of adorable little puppers, young and old.