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"The business, once upon a time, was a big chunky opportunity to engage for tens of hours, or perhaps a hundred hours," CEO Strauss Zelnick told investors. "That has turned into ongoing engagement." ...
Shutter Release is our way of sharing more photography content with you. There are many excellent articles and videos out there, some of which we share and summarize here in Shutter Release. Today's content includes a tutorial for creating a faded photo effect in Lightroom, a story about an Italian town requiring photographers to purchase permits, good news for GoPro and an article from The V
We hope you had a good weekend. Let's kick the new week off with another edition of Shutter Release, a regular roundup feature here at Imaging Resource. In today's Shutter Release, we will look at a video about shooting at ISO 200 instead of 100, JPEG versus RAW, a new function with Photoshop CC 2018 you need to see and finally a new Instagram tool which suggests hashtags based on your ph
the M.1 is the first product from JLA sound systems who believe in the seamless integration of electronics and furnitureThe post JLA’s debut release is a hybrid hi-fi sound system disguised as a minimal side table appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In today's Shutter Release roundup, we will look at some disappointing news for analog photography fans, a new filter holder system from Irix and an article about improving your photography. Shutter Release is a regular feature here at Imaging Resource. There is a lot of interesting photography-related content out there and Shutter Release is our way of sharing some of it with you. Fujifilm i
Macphun's own Digital Asset Manager (DAM) is coming to Luminar in 2018... and it'll be a free upgrade. Photo: MacphunIt's no surprise that not everyone is exactly thrilled by Adobe's Lightroom announcement. The end of standalone Lightroom, and the birth of Lightroom in the cloud, has a lot of legacy users looking for a new way to organize their photos into a perpetual library they don't have to '
After a busy day of Adobe announcements yesterday, we're back to our regular Shutter Release feature. Today we have four pieces of photography content to share with you, starting with a neat video about using front tilt in large format photography. Next up is an article explaining metering modes. Third is a video with professional photographer Brian Smith about using strobes on location. We f
In today's edition of Shutter Release, we will look at three pieces of interesting photography content. The first is a video about using a strip softbox for outdoor portraiture. Up next is a story about the first official recording of a drone striking a commercial aircraft. Third is an article from a female photographer on what it's like to be a woman in the industry. Shutter Release is a
In today's Shutter Release roundup, we will take a look at a new photo book from Blurb, a behind the scenes video with Mathieu Stern and a new LED light and using Adobe Camera Raw to fix perspective distortions. When we find interesting photography content around the web, we often share and summarize it in our regular Shutter Release feature. Blurb introduces new layflat photo books - Blurb B
In today's edition of Shutter Release, we have a handful of interesting videos to share with you along with a written tutorial for creating double exposures in Photoshop. The first video shows off "the world's fastest camera slider." Next up is a tutorial for using Photoshop and smart objects to dodge and burn skin for portrait retouching. The final video is about adding metadata to image


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