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8 Awesome YouTube Tutorials Every Photographer Should See

<i>Jimmy Mcintyre is a travel photographer, educator, and 500px ISO contributor. His photos have been published in local and national magazines,</i> …

Tutorials

How to Be…A Photographer in Four Lessons - Photographs by Thomas Vanden Driessche | LensCulture

Perhaps you've always wondered how James Nachtwey gets away with being a clean-shaven war photographer. Maybe you're stumped as to how Martin Parr can be seriously successful while taking so many funny pictures. Perchance you really can't figure out how to survive as a professional photojournalist …

Photography

What Makes A Photo Interesting?

Over 200,000 photos are uploaded every minute on Facebook alone. That's over 9 billion new photos a month. With those kinds of numbers, a photo has …

Social Media

How people Photoshopped before Photoshop

Photoshop before Photoshop<p>100 years of manipulating images without computers<p>1856-57<p>c. 1855<p>1857<p>Almost as soon as the science of photography was …

Photo Manipulation

9 Photography Composition Tips (featuring Steve McCurry) - COOPH - Cooperative of Photography

<i>Our thanks go to Steve McCurry, Bonnie McCurry V'Soske and the rest of the team at Steve McCurry Studios for being so incredibly awesome.</i>

‘Photography Made Difficult’: The Life and Work of Photojournalist W. Eugene Smith

“Photography Made Difficult” is a 1989 documentary about the career of renowned photojournalist William Eugene Smith, a man who helped to pioneer the …

Urban Symbiosis - Photographs and text by Tomer Eliash | LensCulture

These photographs depict people existing within the urban living space. They demonstrate the symbiosis between man and the buildings he constructs.<p>—Tomer Eliash<p><i><br>Editors’ Note: We discovered this great work when Tomer Eliash submitted some of these photos to the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards.</i> …

Awards

Getting Lost is Wonderful - Photographs and text by Massimiliano Pugliese | LensCulture

Obscurity as descent. An inner journey into unknown territories and mysterious dimensions—a place where darkness prevails.<p>The photographer Massimiliano Pugliese got lost deliberately in these enigmatic parallel landscapes in order to look for images that registered deeply within his memory and in …

Photography

What You Need to Know About Wide Angle Lenses

Wide angle lenses are a key part of every landscape photographer’s kit; they can produce some amazing vistas and sweeping scenes, but learning to use …

Landscape Photography

The Self and the Shadow: Photographic Self-Portraits - Photographs by Giacomo Brunelli | LensCulture

<i>As I took the project forward, I wanted my shadows to be projected on natural surfaces and not in an urban</i> <i>environment. Along with this, a natural landscape was crucial to the entire setting. I wanted to give depth to my shadows with things like soil, tree bark, rocks, plants and so on. In a way, I</i> …

Photography

Shoot Cameras, Not Guns: Harlem Streets - Photographs and text by Khalik Allah | LensCulture

Photography is my inside joke with God. He alone knows that time doesn’t exist. I use photography as a tool to extend the now; not to preserve the past. The past cannot be preserved because it does not exist. So to me, photography is a testament to time’s vulnerability.<p>Shoot cameras, not guns. And …

Photography

The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Composition

With all of the gorgeous new gadgetry coming out this season, it’s easy to get caught up in the shiny, techy part of photography. (New Nikon D810, …

Landscape Photography