Llevo mucho tiempo dándole vueltas a la forma de monetizar (sin abusar demasiado) las fotografías que se realizan en un evento. La idea, de forma resumida es: hacer fotos y que estén disponibles muy rápidamente para su venta (o distribución gratuíta) online. Para llevarlo a cabo, tenía claro que el sistema tenía que partir de […]
The winners of The Perfect Moment competition are mindblowing By Ole Henrik Skjelstad Capturing the perfect moment sometimes involves planning, but most often it is about being at the right place at the right time. When Our World in Focus announced The Perfect Moment Contest, they received entries from 50 countries. They write: “We were […]
World Press Photo reveals the breathtaking gallery of 2020 contest nominees [NSFW] By Dunja Djudjic Nominees and winners of World Press Photo Contest never fail to give us chills and leave us in awe, shock and with mixed emotions. The World Press Photo Foundation has just announced nominees of its 63rd annual contest, as well […]
Here are eight crucial mistakes to commit when practicing night photography By Ole Henrik Skjelstad Learning is usually fun, but sometimes it can be painful. Very painful, if you ask me. I will, for example, never forget when I once returned home after a very beautiful sunset to find that I blew the highlights of […]
Three reasons to embrace hard light in your portraits By Dunja Djudjic Many photographers prefer shooting portraits with soft light than hard light. There’s certainly a good reason for it: it’s more flattering on the subject, more forgiving, and requires less retouching. But does it mean you should discard the hard light? Absolutely not! Even […]
Insta360 blends a drone and three cameras. Literally By Dunja Djudjic Insta360 has released a teaser for its upcoming camera. And even though we still don’t know much, the company reveals that the camera blends “an action cam, a 360 camera, a ‘1-inch cam’ and a drone.” So, in the teaser video, Insta360 relies on […]
Godox vs Godox – How the FV150 LED flash compares to regular speedlights and strobes By John Aldred LED flash has had a bit of a bumpy start the last couple of years. A number of products have come out, but they’ve not been very good. At IBC in September, Godox showed off their new […]
Drone follows a rollercoaster and takes you on a wild ride in this epic video By Dunja Djudjic FPV filming pilot from Sweden, Viggo Koch, recently took his drone to the Liseberg amusement park in Gothenburg. He followed the HELIX rollercoaster and thanks to some mad piloting skills, he shot footage that might make you […]
These abstract aerial photos make Spanish landscapes look like Picasso’s paintings By Dunja Djudjic Most of us don’t see anything particularly interesting in the environment that surrounds us every day. But if we change the perspective, we can suddenly turn ordinary into extraordinary. And what changes perspective better than aerial photography? So, photographer Milan Radisics […]
Which Way? When to Photograph in Portrait or Landscape Orientation By Megan Kennedy The post Which Way? When to Photograph in Portrait or Landscape Orientation appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Megan Kennedy. The standard camera sensor is rectangular in shape – a configuration that allows for both portrait and landscape […]
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