When you look at people in old, black and white photographs, do they seem oddly removed from reality? Colorizing old photos allows us to see distant history in a new light, which is naturally as divisive as it is intriguing. Deb Pieti shows us her photo colorization process.
A Look Back at 2018: 40 of the Year’s Best Photographs
Join us on a beautiful photographic journey around the globe, as seen through the lens in 2018. Here are 40 of the year’s best photos that made us feel incredible joy and brought us to tears, that taught us to appreciate the beauty around us, and inspired us to protect it.
7 Tips to Grow Your Instagram Account to 10k+ Followers
Want to up your Instagram game? In order to succeed on Instagram and gain a solid following, you have to be proactive about developing your account. It won’t happen overnight, but following these tips consistently can help you gradually propel your Instagram account to success!
25 Hard Truths About Being a Photographer
There’s a general belief that photographers have it made. You get to work when you want, get paid to do what you love, and taking photos every day is super easy anyway, right? Here are 25 truths that you probably weren’t expecting when you ventured into the professional photography world.
My Year with the Nikon D850
Part 1 of 3 Camera Reviews: In a new series, professional lifestyle and assignment photographer Josh S. Rose reviews the cameras he works with for professional and personal shoots. Josh starts with the Nikon D850, taking us through a year of photoshoots with it, including notes on the camera.
10 Outside-the-Box Techniques to Make Everyday Photos Epic
Every photographer strives to turn everyday life into a cinematic still frame that romanticizes and hero-izes things most people don’t even notice. But, that’s not always an easy feat. Here are 10 ways of looking at a scene so you can capture the epic in the normal.
How to Be a Pro Like a Pro: Part 2
Got a professional-looking photography website and the right equipment but not sure what comes next? In Part 2 of our How to Be a Pro Like a Pro series, we have the inside info and useful tips to help you make sure you have your legal ducks in a row so you can get to work… like a pro!
Photoshop Color Working Spaces and What They Can Do for You
Step up your image continuity with a deeper understanding of color management. This guide explains what Photoshop working spaces are and how you can use them to determine the right color management setup for your editing process.
How to Be a Pro Like a Pro: Part 1
Ready to make the leap from photo enthusiast to pro photographer? In the first installment of our two-part series, we discuss easy and effective practices for attracting clients and keeping them… like a pro. Plus, we talk about how to meet other pro photographers and the benefits of finding a mentor.
The 20 Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Memorize
Tired of time-consuming post-processing? Want to get faster in Photoshop? These life-saving shortcuts – for both Mac and Windows – will fast-track your Photoshop workflow so you can fly around the program in a fraction of the time.
How Photography Helps a Five-Year-Old Boy with Autism Understand the World
When Danielle Pritchard let her five-year-old son, Max, play with her camera one day, she was amazed at what happened. Max, who is on the autism spectrum, was a natural and now uses photography to analyze the world around him.
Photoshop vs. Lightroom: The Differences That Really Matter
Photoshop and Lightroom both have their advantages, but which one is better for your photography needs? We wanted to know which differences really matter, so here’s our comparison of the unique functions and uses of each.