With the devastation of countless images getting lost in digital space, it's time to start preserving your special moments by taking the time to print them out.
The sun can sometimes be detrimental to the quality of your photographs. Luckily, we know a neat trick to help avoid the light from ruining your perfect shot!
Digital Photography Tips for Perfect Professional Prints… Straight from a Stanford ProfessorCameras and Camera Accessories, Direct to Substrate Printing, Photography, Professional Printing, Wall Art, Wallpaper
If you've ever had an interest in digital photography, now is the time to learn. Marc Levoy, a past Stanford professor, has put his recent Google lecture on digital photography online for free. Watch all 18 video lectures plus tackle assignments to hone your newfound photography skills.
At the recent Adobe MAX 2011 conference, Jue Wang gave a sneak peek at a new tool they are currently developing. As one of the magicians behind the scenes at Photoshop, Jue introduced this new tool that may eliminate blurry pictures forever. As you will see in this video, the crowd was pretty amazed by [...]
This weekend, take a break from high definition photography and try turning your DSLR camera into a modern pinhole camera!
Used to be a 4x5 transparency was the best option for printing for artists or to reproduce their artwork. Now high end digital backs do the job.
German camera company Leica worked with Advico Y&R to demonstrate what can be accomplished with a 37.5 megapixel camera. These shots were taken by photographer Christian Bobst with a Leica S2 model. The posters, shown here in their actual location, provide razor sharp close ups of the walls and fences on which they are placed. [...]
Film's dead, right? Then you haven't heard of QuantiumFilm. Just like digital photography revolutionized the industry and replaced most people's traditional film cameras, QuantiumFilm technology may become the new way that digital photography is captured. The new technology by InVisage the uses a matrix of nanoparticles embedded in a polymer film, instead of silver grains [...]
Even if you don't have a professional digital SLR most point-and-shoot cameras have the capability to take some beautiful images, if you know what you're doing. Point-and-shoot cameras are also more convenient in many situations than carrying around a digital SLR with multiple lenses. Jason Fitzpatrick for Lifehacker has some tips on how to use [...]
While many things can be fixed in post-production, having the right exposure from the beginning can free up time spent on the computer after a shoot for focusing on techniques like stylizing your image. Guaranteeing you have the right exposure is as easy as making sure you have the proper white balance setting for your [...]