500px Ambassador, Dariane Sanche, challenged the 500px community to push their limits and create a fantasy-esque theatrical portrait. Read on to learn about Dariane’s selection process and see the winners of this Quest. The Selection Process “I really enjoyed judging this Quest and discovering awesome photographers from around the world who have so much amazing
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A San Francisco-based photographer is facing some legal backlash from the Golden Gate Bridge District over a photo that they claim he took from a restricted area. The photographer says the District is simply “hunting for money” by searching the Internet for pictures that they believe were taken from restricted areas. Bruce Getty is a
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Studio lighting can be tricky, but in reality shooting, in a big open studio space with all the fancy modifiers and stands is a damn sight easier than shooting in a small, cramped on-location space. “But Jake, surely all professional photographers get to shoot in nice big, bright, airy studios all the time right?” Wrong.
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Are you ready for fashion week? While fashion shows used to be a chance for buyers at boutiques and department stores to view clothing crafted by designers on the catwalk, they have now become a star-studded social event. At the most exclusive shows, celebrities and socialites alike vie for a chance to sit in the
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Yesterday, Topaz Labs—the software company behind popular photo editing plugins and software like DeNoise AI, Sharpen AI, and Gigapixel AI—announced that it will start charging for product upgrades. Users are understandably upset. The announcement was made by CEO Eric Yang through the Topaz Labs community forum, and as of this writing, it’s already generated 444
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In the last few years, companies ranging from supermarket chains to real estate developers have come under fire after featuring copyrighted material—and other protected properties—in their print ads and television commercials. In today’s climate, brands around the world are increasingly aware of how they use images—and what kinds of photos could potentially pose problems down
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Here is a little known fact: One of the most expensive ‘photographs’ ever sold in an auction was sold for $2.9m. Edward Steichens‘s, The Pond – moonrise, shot in 1904 and not in focus… Don’t get too hung up on gear and specsTake less images and make more photographs It’s not what it looks like,
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