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How Shooting Film Changed Me as a Photograper


My interest in photography began about three years ago when I picked up a digital camera and starting taking the same images that any photography noob would take: long exposures, landscapes, still lifes, sometimes street photography. I shot everything that was “interesting” to me: a leaf, my cat, a globe, ...

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Photos of Volleyball Stars Spiking the Sun


I had everything I ever needed, all the dream gear: Broncolor lighting, the latest professional Canon cameras, and all the fastest Canon lenses. I had the latest Apple laptop, C-stands, tripods; I had it all, and at the time it was good. So why did I decide to get rid ...

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How To Edit Color Film Negatives in Photoshop


Scanning colour negative is without a doubt the most irritating part of my workflow. Since I started to shoot film, it has been the source of great frustration, especially in terms of color rendition. Each color negative I scan shows a dreadful blue or green cast that’s a pain to ...

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Snapseed Update Adds Curves and ‘Try Harder’ Face Detection


Google-owned image editing app Snapseed is a go-to for many photographers when they want (or have) to edit photos on their smartphone. And starting today, those people have a new, highly-requested editing tool at their disposal: Curves. Using Curves to adjust the shadows, midtones, and highlights in your image is ...

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