An Ohio wedding photographer found herself in an awkward situation earlier this month when a couple she had been hired to work with demanded to be “relieved” from their contract, accusing her of being “unstable” for posting something in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. According to Insider, Cincinnati wedding photographer Shakira Rochelle was
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Heinz once advertised their “hot ketchup” with a photo of a french fry—burned to a crisp at one end. A few years ago, the Van Gogh Museum Cafe in Amsterdam cleverly referenced the artist in an ad featuring a photo of a simple coffee cup with a broken handle. Colgate famously ran photos of fruits
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Sigma has today officially unveiled the new Sigma 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS Contemporary lens, their first ultra-telephoto lens designed specifically for full-frame mirrorless cameras. It will become available in both L mount for Sigma, Panasonic and Leica L mount cameras as well as Sony E mount. They’ve also announced two new 1.4x and 2.0x
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Adobe just release the Latest Photoshop 2020 update! This in-depth tutorial will cover the new features and updates in Photoshop version 21.2.0. 📘 INDEX – Photoshop 2020 June Update 00:00 – Introduction 01:19 – Auto-activate Adobe Fonts 02:12 – Improved Match Font 02:36 – Better, faster portrait selection 04:26 – Rotatable Patterns 05:36 – Adobe Camera Raw improvements 09:55 –
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In today’s article, I’ll go into the story, camera settings, and post-processing behind this photo I took of Iceland’s Vestrahorn Mountain. From a technical standpoint, it wasn’t too hard to take, but a decent bit of luck went into this photo as well. Table of Contents Conditions If you’re near the Arctic or Antarctic Circles
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Several years ago, the popular blog Digital Photography School conducted a poll of more than 72,000 people to see what shooting mode is most popular among photographers. While most preferred manual or aperture priority modes, automatic mode accounted for a solid 14%. That’s the beauty of modern digital cameras; they’re good at “guessing” what settings
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According to research from the marketing company WebPageFX, it takes fewer than 90 seconds for customers to form subconscious judgments about products—with a whopping 85% citing color as the primary reason for purchasing a certain product and 80% saying color increases brand recognition. Furthermore, ads in color are read up to 42% more often than
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Fox News is being slammed for breaching journalism ethics after it published Photoshopped news photos of protests in Seattle. The outlet has pulled the misleading photos and apologized. The Seattle Times first reported on the digitally altered and misleading photos published in Fox News‘ coverage of Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), where occupation protesters
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June marks an important month here in Toronto and around the world, it’s PRIDE month. An annual celebration where people unite to celebrate the diversity of the LGBTQI+ community. As a global photography community, we understand the importance of supporting content and awareness around inclusive representation in media. We strongly believe that representation in commercial
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[embedded content] PBS NewsHour aired this 7-minute Race Matters segment on the camera’s role over the past decades in not only documenting social movements but also shaping and shifting public perception. (Warning: This video contains violent and disturbing images.) “I see the camera as a visual diary,” NYU photography historian and curator Deborah Willis tells
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Morgan Philips is an American photographer from Birmingham, Alabama, who skillfully captures a number of unique landscapes and subjects through his lens. His photography brings both awe-inspiring vistas and portraiture to the world of commercial photography. Q: Morgan, please tell us a bit about yourself. A: I am a Seattle based photographer that specializes in
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