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Here’s the Ultimate ‘Ecosystem Map’ of Photography in 2018

Check this out. The folks over at Photolemur have created a comprehensive “ecosystem map” that can help point you to the brands, organizations, services, websites, and applications you need as a digital photographer in 2018.

Film vs Digital: A Fashion Photography Shootout

Photographers Anita Sadowska and Alex Hutchinson recently did a “film versus digital” comparison through a fashion photography shootout.

Smithsonian and National Gallery of Art Could Close This Week Because of Government Shutdown

US Capitol building (photo by Diliff/Wikimedia Commons) The federal government of the United States may be shut down, but the National Gallery of Art and the institutions run by the Smithsonian — 19 museums in New York and Washington, DC, as well as the National Zoo — have managed to remain open, for now.

New Carved and Embroidered Leaves by Hillary Fayle

Artist Hillary Fayle (previously here and here) slices and stitches patterns into found leaves, producing elegant designs that strike a delicate balance between natural specimens and the human hand.

How to Use a Projector as a Lighting Tool for Creative Portraits

In my opinion, there’s an extra layer of believability — a tangibility, if you will — to using practical effects as opposed to relying heavily on post-production.

really-shit: Fine art portraiture by self-taught Russian...

really-shit: Fine art portraiture by self-taught Russian photographer, Margarita Kareva.  Margarita draws her inspiration from her favorite fantasy novels which she then uses to bring her ideas to life.

crossconnectmag: Naoto Hattori born 1975 in Yokohama Japan,...

crossconnectmag: Naoto Hattori born 1975 in Yokohama Japan, studied Graphic Design in Tokyo before moving to New York to study in the School of Visual Arts.

The Master of the Salacious, Toshio Saeki, on view at @ Nanzuka, Tokyo

On January 20th, Nanzuka Gallery in Tokyo opened their first exhibition with the master of the dark and salacious arts, Toshio Saeki, presenting a comprehensive selection of original works in his largest solo show to date.

Doing a Low-Budget Photo Shoot with DIY Props for Less Than $75

I love DIY props and big scenes in photography that are well designed. Not many of us photographers have the place or money to create our own stages so I wanted to challenge myself to make one in our living room with a very low budget.

Preset Brewery Lets You Use Lightroom Presets in Photoshop

If you want to quickly and easily use your Lightroom presets in Adobe Photoshop, there’s a new tool that can help you do so.

Step Into the Art World with Christie’s Education

At campuses in London and New York, Christie’s Education offers graduate programs for students in art history and the business of art.

Woman Takes Along Her Husband For An Important Dinner At Her New Boss’ House, Doesn’t Expect It To End Like This

Sometimes we do dumb stuff in stressful situations. At least that sounds like an excuse this redditor had to use after what he’s done while having dinner at his wife’s boss’ place.

5 Slick Tips for Mastering Office 365

When your to-do list keeps getting longer, time-saving shortcuts offer a welcome boost to your productivity.

Mesmerizing Gifs of Traditional Nigerian Women’s Hair Styles

In 2015, Francois Beaurain traveled to Lagos Photo, where he met Medina Dugger. Inspired by the work of late photographer J.D.

What You Get When You Pair A $48 Lens With A $12,500 RED Camera

LA-based filmmaker Gene Nagata of YouTube channel ‘Potato Jet’ recently tested out what would happen if he paired a $48 lens with a $12,500 RED camera.

Foods Distorted Through Liquid and Glass in Photographs by Suzanne Saroff

All photos © Suzanne Saroff. In her ongoing series titled Perspective, photographer Suzanne Saroff creates fractured and skewed images of common foods as seen through vessels filled with water and glass objects.

Instagram Just Made Stalking People A Whole Lot Easier

Instagram has always been a stalker's heaven, and now the popular photo app has added a feature which takes it even more in that direction.

Synthesising existential ideas in Alexander Mourant’s Aomori

“It is peculiar how forests have such an affect on us,” observes Jersey-born photographer Alexander Mourant of his latest project Aomori, which was shot in Japan’s ancestral forests.

Revisiting Elizabeth Catlett’s Legacy in 12 Powerful Sculptures

Installation view of Wake Up in Glory by Elizabeth Catlett at Burning in water  (©Burning in Water) The formidable sculptor Elizabeth Catlett is having her first solo exhibition in New York City since her debut at the Studio Museum in Harlem in 1971.

Bride-To-Be Blames Photographer For Fat-Shaming Her In Pictures, So Photographer Reveals Her Side Of The Story

With internet flooding with various photographers offering their services, it’s quite tricky to find the perfect one to capture your big day.