Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
This is thanks to HDR, or high-dynamic-range imaging. With HDR, multiple exposures are combined to create one image with a larger range of luminosity and a greater wealth of detail. In many cases, looking at an HDR image may give one the feeling that they’re actually there, more so than looking at a traditional photograph, because of the heightened intensity of light and color.
The video is very comprehensive and easy to follow. White recommends users buy a Wacom tablet or stylus for a touchscreen monitor if they’re thinking seriously about digital editing–not just because it’s easier for precise editing, but because you can apply different levels of pressure for more sensitivity, which you can’t do with a simple point-and-click mouse.
As you may know, timelapse is a photography technique that is accomplished by compiling thousands of photographs together to make a moving picture. Into the Atmosphere is the product of 12,400 still images. If that sounds like a lot, take into consideration that Shainblum started with 75,000 images to choose from.
The stock photo giant Getty Images has teamed up with women’s leadership organization Lean In to create a collection of images depicting strong, empowered women. The collection contains over 2,500 images of women and girls of all ages and walks of life, at work and at play, who are confident, hardworking, and happy.
Spanning 21 square miles and reaching depths over 1,900 feet, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. Located inside a dormant volcano called Mount Mazama, Crater Lake resulted from rain and snowmelt accumulating inside the caldera formed after Mount Mazama’s massive eruption in approximately 5700 B.C.
Before you write off the cheap lens that came bundled with your DSLR, take a look at the following video clip. Kai takes the humorous approach to explaining why kit lenses are worth a shot for new camera owners. He also shows some surprising comparisons with more expensive L-series lenses:
As with any type of photography, your first step is to define what subject you are shooting. Once you’re “tuned in” with the minute details in front of you, take time to decide what exactly you want to shoot.
Throughout the five minute tour of the Japanese facility, you can catch glimpses of how the lenses are made and observe the precautions taken to ensure the high quality standards the company is known for. We are also treated to some gorgeous imagery by the way of video clips and photographs that were created using Sigma lenses.
The suffering and death McCullin has witnessed, which would wear heavy on anyone, shows on in his expression as he recalls the events. In the video he speaks of specific instances that have greatly impacted him and how he has switched his focus from war to landscapes in an effort to maintain inner peace and his passion for photography.
Photographers love traveling and searching for an inspiration all around the world. How do you travel? Have you ever took a trip on a boat or cruised around for weeks or months searching for a perfect moment or a scene? If not, wouldn’t it now be the time to do that?
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