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Photographer Mads Peter Iversen asked his viewers if they wanted to submit images for a critique video. The response was overwhelmingly positive, and Iversen provides feedback for 30 photos in the video below. Feedback is an important part of the learning process. While positive feedback is always nice to hear, it's also important to consider ways your images could improve. Sometimes a simp
For the many photographers who edit their raw images in Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw, how to approach color editing can be confusing. You can use many tools, including Hue/Saturation/Lightness sliders (Color Mixer), global saturation and vibrance sliders, Color Grading tools, and Calibration tools. As outlined by Blake Rudis of f64 Academy in a recent video, the Calibration tools in Light
During wildlife photographer Steve Perry's decades-long career, he's watched and learned from many talented wildlife photographers. Using his years of experience, Perry has created a list of the top 10 traits he's observed in the world's best wildlife photographers. You can incorporate these traits into your photography to improve your wildlife photo skills. The first trait shou
We join photographer Adam Gibbs at Headquarter Creek on Vancouver Island to photograph a waterfall tucked away in a small canyon. Like many of Gibbs's videos, it's a great behind-the-scenes look at a talented photographer at work. However, this time, Gibbs includes a post-processing tutorial, showing how to blend images with different shutter speeds to achieve amazing results in Adobe Pho
OM System Ambassador Emilie Talpin has created a new video for B&H that delivers five tips to help improve your bird photography. Let's get right into it. The first tip is to "find your bird." Talpin means you must research before venturing out to do bird photography. You need to figure out where the bird you want to photograph lives, understand its behavior and learn where you should go
When shooting natural light outdoor portraits, the sun is an important part of your lighting. However, the sun is extremely bright and high overhead for much of the day, creating harsh shadows. You could use artificial light to help even things out, but that's another piece of gear to worry about. In his latest "Laws of Light" video, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens shows how using a shoot t
Like all of Adam Gibbs's videos from the field, his latest is peaceful, shot in a great location, and full of amazing photographs. In the video below, Gibbs travels to San Josef Bay near Port Hardy on Vancouver Island. The primary objective is to photograph sand patterns. It's a great area with a strong, rugged landscape. Gibbs has been there before and shot the landscape itself, but it
Nigel Danson has been photographing for decades. In that time, he's learned a lot. His latest video describes five essential photography skills that have completely changed his photos. While it may seem obvious, understanding your camera is a critical skill to help you improve as a photographer. It's not simply a matter of understanding how cameras in general work – which is undou
Video game designer Dan Douglas has recreated MVRDV's Marble Arch Mound within a modified version of 1990s video game Duke Nukem so that disappointed visitors can blow it up. Read more
Photographer Mads Peter Iversen recently asked his viewers about their biggest struggles with landscape photography. In a new video, Iversen discusses the seven most popular answers he received and how he overcomes the struggles. The most common struggle was a lack of time. Of course, Iversen can't comment on anyone's lives and schedules. The next biggest struggle is people having diffi 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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