Month: June 2020

It’s no secret that Reddit makes huge amounts of ad revenue off content that’s often posted without the copyright owners’ permission. But did you know the company is also asking photographers to use their photos for commercial purposes without any payment… or even credit? Bellingham, Washington-based commercial photographer John Wingfield (@johnwingfield) regularly shoots beautiful photos
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The grand landscapes are beautiful to view and probably the reason you got into landscape photography but the smaller details and intimate scenes can be just as picturesque. Capturing these scenes isn’t only a great way of creating impressive art, it’s also a creative challenge that forces you to think differently. Abstract landscape photography is
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This month photography, like everything else, has been dominated by the novel coronavirus and protests. Here are some of the stories and photos that did not make it into our regular coverage. Addressing Racism and Issues of Representation Through Photography –BJPCarrie Mae Weems, Dana Scruggs, Lola Flash, and Mark Sealy invite us to look and
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Ever since Fujifilm entered the medium format market, it has been working steadily on developing the system by making highly-capable and compelling cameras at very appealing price points. The Fujifilm GFX 50R is the company’s attempt to lure APS-C and full-frame customers into the GF system by providing a lightweight, compact, and yet very inexpensive
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Composition is one of the most important factors in creating impactful and memorable photos. It doesn’t matter how fascinating the conditions are; images that lack a solid composition are less likely to be remembered. Landscape photography has changed a lot during the last years and it might even be fair to say that the term
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If you have not yet heard the news, today Olympus made an announcement that it is going to sell its camera division to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) by the end of 2020. With its continuous losses in the past few years thanks to serious declines of camera sales (thanks to the rise of the smartphone),
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<?xml encoding=”UTF-8″?????> Last month, we announced our intent to make all three Photography Life video courses free on YouTube. Today, I’m happy to say that we have finished uploading every chapter! With a total of 56 videos, there’s a ton of good information here, covering photography basics, post-processing, and landscape photography. If you are wondering
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