Henry Diltz recounts how he became the official photographer of Woodstock and shares what it looked like through the viewfinder.
Woodstock photographer shares what it was like to photograph the 1969 music festival: Digital Photography Review
Oslo-based director Niels Windfeldt, part of Norwegian filmmaking collective Atlas and known for making ads and short films that dive deep into the extremes of the Norwegian landscape, talks about his film One Last Frame:
“Does taking a photo matter as much as it used to? One Last Frame explores the meaning of photography through the eyes of two young photographers as they try to settle on what they would shoot if they could only take one more picture for the rest of their lives.” Read more on NOWNESS – http://bit.ly/2it9eXN
These days, you’d be hard pressed to find a person that doesn’t own some sort of camera. But considering the high number of camera owners globally, very few have a solid grasp concerning the machine’s elementary controls: Listed below are a few terms and concepts that every beginning photographer should know as explained by Some Stuff […]
Source: How Does My Camera Work?
Slideshow of images posted during August 2016
- Your Comprehensive Guide to Photography Post-Processing Software
- Woodstock photographer shares what it was like to photograph the 1969 music festival: Digital Photography Review
- How to Use Darktable, the Free Adobe Lightroom Alternative
- 20 Of The Most Iconic Photographs And The Cameras That Captured Them | Bored Panda
- These are the Kennel Club’s Dog Photographer of the Year contest winners: Digital Photography Review