Month: September 2021

Pei Ketron shares a sneak peek into some powerful and precise masking capabilities, coming soon to Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), Lightroom Classic and Lightroom on desktop and mobile devices. We’ve re-envisioned the workflow for selective edits and local adjustments, and soon you’ll be able to make more complex and accurate selections with multiple masks, including
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Amid a difficult year, people around the world have found ways to “treat themselves” without spending a fortune, from planning “staycations” to practicing #SelfCareSundays. Photography often gets a bad rap for being expensive, with the best camera bodies and lenses easily costing several thousand bucks. But with “back-to-school” shopping season in full swing, we wanted
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I shot most of this project with a longer lens, but to create a more immersive feeling in this image, I used a 24mm equivalent. I was initially focused on the beautiful sky, but by using a wider lens and a 13-second exposure, I was able to frame the image to softly reflect the brilliant
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Instagram’s head Adam Mosseri has announced that the company is pausing development for an “Instagram for Kids” amid outside pressure from lawmakers and regulators, although Mosseri says Instagram still believes it’s “the right thing to do.” It was revealed that Facebook was working on a version of Instagram designed specifically for children back in March
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Hubble has taken some stunning images over its three-decades-long career. The latest ones are quite groundbreaking, showing six “dead” galaxies from the early universe. In other words, they’ve run out of the cold hydrogen gas needed for star formation, and the discovery has raised a bunch of questions. NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and the Atacama
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Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! How Dorothea Lange Reimagined Protest Photography by Quietly Documenting Life Inside Japanese Internment Camps – Forbes Pledge of Allegiance, Raphael Weill Elementary School, San Francisco,
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The editors of the photography website Feature Shoot have just relaunched their worldwide project The Print Swap, giving photographers of all genres more opportunities to have their work shared, collected, and exhibited. Since its beginning five years ago, The Print Swap has connected artists across continents. The premise: Anyone can tag their photos #theprintswap or
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Street photography might be one of the easiest genres of photography to slide into — it’s just you, a camera, and more or less walking around documenting humankind with an artistic flare — yet it can be quite difficult to progress beyond snapshot-looking images. This article will explore tips for improving your street photography using
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