Taking travel photos while you’re globetrotting is a wonderful way to remember your journey, as well as to share your experience with others—whether they be family and friends or millions of strangers across the globe via the world wide web. (National Geographic)
The Basics of Exposure / Learning to Use Digital Camera Settings and Features / Handling and Caring for a Digital Camera / Other Beginner Photography Tutorials and Tips / Common Digital Photography Problems and Questions Answered (Digital Photography School)
About every 6 months we see a new trend happening at weddings. It wasn’t long ago that bridal parties were running for their lives while being chased by dinosaurs, or Star Wars AT-AT Walkers among many other things. The latest new trend, thanks to the Tumblr site Brides Throwing Cats, oh and of course a little Photoshop, is replacing the flowers being tossed with a cat. It’s so simple, yet genius.(FStoppers)
Here’s a fun wedding photo idea we’ve never seen before: dinosaur photobombing. “Run right at the camera, away from the T-Rex, as passionately as you can. I need to see fear and actual running, not lame faces and power walking.”(PetaPixel)
Former slave and leading abolitionist Frederick Douglass revealed to be the most-photographed American of the 19th century - ahead of Abraham Lincoln - as he fought to use the medium to change the view of black people
Though photo manipulation has become more common in the age of digital cameras and image editing software, it actually dates back almost as far as the invention of photography.
The photos that follow contain an overview of some of the more notable instances of photo manipulation in history
For recent years, an exhaustive inventory of every photo manipulation would be nearly impossible, so we focus here on the instances that have been most controversial or notorious, or ones that raise the most interesting ethical questions.
Iconic portrait (in the form of a lithograph) of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln is a composite of Lincoln’s head and the Southern politician John Calhoun’s body