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Crane's eye view of Shanghai - in pictures

A crane worker on the construction site of the Shanghai Tower, one of the highest spots in the city, is a prize winner in the Shanghai City Photography Competition. Wei Gensheng's views over Shanghai have become increasingly impressive as the building has continued to climb

How Should a Suit Fit? Your Easy-to-Follow Visual Guide | The Art of Manliness

If you’re dressing on a budget, one of the most popular pieces of advice out there is to buy off-the-rack suits in the best fit you can get, and then …

Nicknames for Men and Their History | The Art of Manliness

Back in high school, my close male friends called me “Mama McKay.” It started out as a way to poke fun at my tendency to make sure everyone was taken …

When Being a Good Photographer Isn’t Enough

I’ve met a lot of bitter photographers over the years, especially as high-end cameras have become cheaper and more accessible. They complain that …

Editorial & Commercial Portrait Photographers: A New Guide On Building Your Business

In Part II of our 2-part guide on <i>Growing Your Portrait Photography Business</i>, we focus on the exciting and thriving editorial and commercial side of …

How to Reduce Camera Shake - 6 Techniques

Pin It In this classic DPS post (now updated) photographer Natalie explores 6 ways you can hand hold lenses at low apertures and low shutter speeds …

Bold Photographer Attempts to Take Headshots of Other Photographers

I often wonder if there’s some force that pulls photographers behind the lens—or if we just run there for fear of having our own pictures taken. And …

Cantilevered stairs in the Y House by ONG&ONG For more images: http://www.contemporist.com/2013/09/17/y-house-by-ongong/

Red Apple by Aedes Studio “imagined as starting point an abandoned factory building, which after renovation becomes a luxury and desired place for habitation:” http://www.archello.com/en/project/red-apple-residential-building Follow Aedes Studio here: http://www.archello.com/en/project/red-apple-residential-building?a=follow

SHADOW: The App That Helps You Remember Your Dreams

<i>SHADOW, Hunter Lee Soik and Jason Carvalho</i><p>Hunter Lee Soik is no stranger to the creative process. He's worked as a creative consultant on Jay-Z & …

Do You Make These 5 Classic Mistakes in Macro Photography?

Delving into macro photography opens up a fascinating, sometimes strange, new world. The ultra-close up views of flowers, plants, insects, and even …

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Totally Rad!’s PicTapGo Apps Now Free

There are news for <b>PicTapGo</b> for iPhone and <b>PicTapGo HD</b> for iPad: for a limited time you will be able to download both apps for free in the App Store. …

Tab, An App For Splitting Restaurant Bills With Friends

Tab is an iOS and Android app that makes splitting bills easier. To use the app, you take a photo of your table’s receipt with a smartphone and then …

New Jersey Man Builds 350-Pound Gun Replica Mailbox

New Jersey resident Roger Buchko created a massive, 350-pound replica of a Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum handgun as his mailbox. The project took a …

Daily Inspiration #1555

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want …

Artists: Top 5 Reasons to Create a Professional Website

<i>This post is sponsored by IM Creator: Create gorgeous websites – for you, your business, your neighbor with our easy drag n' drop HTML website builder.</i><p>Though there are some great social sites geared towards artists and photographers, like deviantART, Behance, 500px or Flickr, it still pays to have …

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Adobe's Projects Mighty and Napoleon

At MAX, Adobe's annual creative conference, the brand announced its exploration into the world of hardware development. Today, Michael Gough—Adobe's VP of Experience Design—took the announcement one step further. Their proposed cloud pen; Project Mighty, and digital ruler; Project Napoleon, are no …

Guardian Camera Club: Paul Delaney's portfolio

A review of Paul Delaney's portfolio.<p><i>'Tunnel' is perfect in black & white, the form here is everything and the figure holds it just this side of abstraction. The bizarre cloud formation in 'Storm' combined with that primitive silhouette makes for a resonant image, it's genuinely striking. An ultra</i> …

The last American miners – in pictures

Photographer Bryan Schutmaat's project Grays the Mountain Sends shows the stoic faces and rundown homes of fading former mining communities in the US. Schutmaat was inspired by the writing of Raymond Carver and Richard Ford, and has just won the 2013 Daylight photography award

Chirp Lets You Send Photos from Device to Device Using Sound

The thinking behind the new Android and iOS app <i>Chirp</i> is that if animals in nature communicate through sound, machines should too. And so, the four …

Fujifilm Debuts the X-A1, An Entry-Level X-Mount ILC with a Standard Sensor

Fujifilm has some very capable X-Mount shooters in its repertoire, and today that repertoire grows with the addition of the X-A1 entry-level X-Mount …

Photoville 2013: "501 Photographs" by Nick Zinner

Nick Zinner, guitarist for New York-based indie rock band the Yeah Yeah Yeah‘s, will be exhibiting his photos at Photoville in Brooklyn, a pop-up …

Conquering Crappy Light In Fashion Shoots: Mixed Shade

These tips are from fashion photographer Lindsay Adler. Finding a shady spot during an outdoor shoot is a perfect way to snap beautiful pictures …

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8 Simple Ways to Improve Your Photography Skills Starting Today

“Practice makes perfect,” they say. It’s such a clichéd statement — most people probably roll their eyes when they hear it. Me too.<p>But guess what? …