Good news for Photoshop fans: The Computer History Museum, together with Adobe, makes Photoshop available for download, for free and completely legal, for everyone to enjoy. The only thing is, it’s only available for the 1990 version, the first of the many Photoshop versions released.
The 56th World Press Photo contest named its winners on 15 February. The grand title of World Press Photo of the Year was won by Swedish photographer Paul Hansen, who entered the competition with an image depicting a group of men carrying the bodies of two children and their father to their funeral, in Gaza City.
Photographer Matthew Allred uses long exposures that go from 24 hours to impressive six months per photograph, to capture the path of the sun across the skyline, which results in beautiful images that look like colored versions of the early works of French inventor Nicéphore Niépce.
The 2013 Rio Carnival ended, still leaving behind the echoes of the 12 samba schools that entered the competition for the Carnival champion. The parade on the Sambadrome was pompous, loud and sexy, always a delight for the spectators and the millions of viewers at home.
Photography editing will become easier, thanks to PixelTone, a program which performs photo manipulations according to what it “hears”. The application responds to a series of basic commands, which allows the user to navigate more fluently through the desired changes performed on his images.
If you want to get started as a photographer, there are a few things that you should know in terms of how to promote yourself in such a way that will win you the admiration of future clients. Here is a set of tips that will guide you on your way to becoming a full-time professional photographer.
Nuop Inc. makes both cooking and photography enthusiasts smile, with an appliance that will make them have a blast in the kitchen, or at the dinner party: the camera lens pepper mill grinder looks like a traditional camera lens, but what it actually does is grinding peppercorns with style.
37-year-old Memphis based photographer Haley Morris-Cafiero, exploits the idea of fat-shaming, by studying people’s reactions to her body image, in a photographic collection suggestively entitled “Wait Watchers”. The project is a series of self-portraits shot in public, that capture unpleasant stares from strangers passing by.
10 February was the day in which we entered the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Water Snake. People all over the world celebrated the Chinese year 4711 with traditional dragon dances and impressive displays of fireworks. Where there’s a big show, great photos will be captured and here they are!
The “Steven Tyler Act” is a law proposed by Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler that will protect celebrities and not only, from paparazzi and will allow them to sue the photographers whenever they believe their intimacy was invaded.
ESPN and photographer Matthias Clamer teamed up for a project that brought classic album covers back in the spotlight with the help of 14 of the most popular athletes today. The stars became famous pop icons for a day, in faithfully imitating the artists for a pictorial which will be seen in the new Music Issue of ESPN The Magazine.
35 year old Norwegian artist Christopher Jonassen amazes with “Devour”, a stunning collection of photographs that present worn-out frying pan bottoms as strange planets from another galaxy. The beautiful series was inspired by French writer Jean-Paul Sartre, who said that “to eat is to appropriate by destruction”.
The memory card is one of the most important elements in the arsenal of a photographer, so it is necessary that we treat it right. Knowing how to handle the card will ensure it a long, healthy life and this way, we will be sure that it will not fail us when we least expect it.
After an absence of over 30 years, prestigious Camera Magazine returns in the newsstands. Remaining faithful to the original editions, the magazine will preserve the same quality and structure that has made readers faithful decades ago until its final issue in 1981.
Lynny Lens, the product that could be physically manipulated to control the focus and blur of the photographs thanks to its flexible rubber exterior, was removed from sale, as found on Lynny website. The company declares that they had to resort to this action in order to avoid legal confrontations with a brand famous for making similar products.