CMYK—which stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key (or Black)—is the color model used in most printing.
It’s a well-known “fact of the Internet” that almost anything will look cool if you shoot it in super slow motion—the “Slow Mo Guys” have made quite a YouTube career out of it.
Seattle seems to be the epicenter of drone-related mishaps this week. Just a few days after we shared the story of a man who ran his drone into the city’s iconic space needle, another man has been convicted of reckless endangerment for knocking a woman unconscious when his drone fell out of the sky at a parade.
On New Year’s Eve, you might think the people in Times Square were treated to the best light show… but you’d be wrong.
Without a doubt, Instagram is one of the most exciting social media platforms anywhere. It is now ranked the number two most active social media platform by number of users (just behind Facebook) with over 600 million participants.
Starting in December of each year, Finland has a period of about 50 days in which the Sun never rises above the horizon.
It’s been a week now since I first got my Canon M5 and I can honestly say I’m in love. From its first announcement, I was intrigued by it, but I had the M3 and it seemed too soon to upgrade.
Baikal is… impressive. It’s the deepest and the cleanest lake on Earth. When we were planning our trip, we had no idea how wonderful, majestic, and fairy it would be.
If you’re obsessive about checking every exposure on your camera’s histogram, this informative little video is a must-watch.
This may look like a Sony a7S mirrorless camera, but it’s actually a new USB charging dock by Fotodiox called the Mirage Trio USB Charging Station.
Focal point is a term that photographers and photography blogs throw around continually. “Create a focal point,” it’s said, “it should be the first and last place the eye goes in your image.” That’s true, of course, but like most important things it’s easier said than done.
In something of a followup to his explosive video “Nobody Cares About Your Photography,” the always inspirational Ted Forbes is tackling a question that we’ve all probably asked: What is “work that matters” and how do you make sure your photography measures up?
The joy of photographing on the street comes from close and engaging photos. Displaying the human nature and emotions in a way that the audience can relive these moments requires the photographer to be close and engaging as well.
Recently, I have seen a number of misconceptions floating around regarding the best way to improve oneself as a photographer.
If you’re into photography enough that your feed gets filled with a bit of camera porn from time to time, you’re likely to have seen the $55 8x telephoto lens for cellphones being sold by The Outdoor Spirit.
CBS Sunday Morning aired this 5-minute segment in which President Obama and official White House photographer Pete Souza look back at 8 years of Souza’s photography.
When it comes to race event photography, Gameface Media has quickly become a name a lot of photographers and event organizers recognize, whether it be for better or worse.
After seeing Canon’s viral video of 6 photographers shooting portraits of 1 man, photographers Jessica Kobeissi, Irene Rudnyk, and Ruby James decided to do a portrait challenge of their own.
When the selfie-stick craze began happening a couple of years ago, photographer and educator Russell Squires decided that he wanted to go beyond using “a lightweight flimsy stick” and a smartphone, so he decided to try shooting selfies with his 4×5″ large format camera.
Sometimes people ask me why I started shooting videos on a phone and the answer is not that easy. I believe the best camera is the one we always have with us, in our pocket.