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Social media is great for sharing and viewing excellent images. It's a great way to see interesting places to photograph and neat ways to capture images at iconic locations. This seems like a good thing, but it also means that it's easier than ever for people to copy -- or put more positively, to be inspired by -- the work of others. There's nothing wrong with trying your hand at a fa
the building's form is inspired by the desert rose and will combine historic objects and contemporary influences. The post iwan baan photographs jean nouvel’s qatar national museum as it moves towards completion appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Curves are immensely powerful in Adobe Photoshop. You can use them to add pop to your images, but did you know you could also use them to precisely target and adjust specific colors and tones in your image? Colin Smith with photoshopCAFE shows us how in the video below. If you'd like to follow along with Smith using the grayscale strip he uses, you can download it by clicking here. The vide
It's not always easy to get motivated to go out shooting. To help fire you up to capture shots, Chelsea Northrup has published a new video featuring five tricks to help inspire you. She kicks off with the idea that you should find a muse. It doesn't have to be something complex or innovative, it just has to allow you to challenge yourself and get excited about capturing images. She uses
the series captures the sometimes desolate remains of the event's architecture.The post lost utopias: jade doskow photographs forgotten world’s fair attractions appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
it all started when he got lost in seoul.The post andres gallardo’s photographs of korean schoolyards are pastel perfections appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
peter zelewski, fascinated by the bonds that they share, photographed a dozen identical twins. these bonds aren’t ones us-non-twins could truly understand, yet, shallowly, we pretty much double-take and stare at these otherwise normal-looking people all the time, in person and online, solely because they happen to be one of two. in ‘alike but not […]The post photographs of twins capture how
We saw earlier this month how to remove any object from an image using Photoshop. What about situations where you specifically want to remove a person from an image? Jesús Ramirez of the Photoshop Training Channel has created a second tutorial about this topic. Using multiple shots and stack modes within Photoshop, you can remove people from images captured in crowded places. This is a gre
Working with a two-dimensional medium like a photograph, it can be difficult to create depth and the illusion of three dimensions. There are numerous ways to try to create depth in an image, including the use of foreground and middle ground elements, using light and shadows and much more. Photographer and educator Serge Ramelli has a neat trick to share with us. How does he create more depth in h
The best camera is the one you have with you. For a lot of us, that means our smartphone. Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens has a new video all about capturing better photos with your iPhone. While we saw yesterday that Samsung's new Galaxy S9 Plus phone is even better than an iPhone X and Google Pixel 2 for photography, according to DxOMark, at least, it remains the case that many people own is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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