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It Is Impossible Not To Be Enormously Skeptical Of Atari's New 'Ataribox' Console

Atari is making a new console. In 2017. And we’re just now starting to learn more about what this “Ataribox” will be, even though it remains one of the most confounding stories in the industry right now.<p>Yesterday, we got our “first look” at the Ataribox, and by that I literally just mean a first …

Retrogaming

Photoshop Trick: How to Swap a Photo Background Using Only Blend Modes

Here’a neat trick for you Photoshop lovers out there. If you’ve shot a subject in front of a gray background, you can actually swap that gray …

Dispelling the Myths Around Depth of Field and Crop Factor

There is a lot of misunderstanding and confusion on the subjects of depth of field, the difference between full-frame and crop sensors, and the ‘crop …

How to Use Look Up Tables to Edit Photos

Look Up Tables (LUTs) are generally used to changes certain colors and their ranges in video using Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro or any …

Here's everything the Amazon Echo can do

Amazon Echo

A Beginner's Guide to Aperture and Depth of Field

If you've spent any amount of time reading photography tutorials or talking with photographers, you have likely heard the phrase that "photography is …

Landscape Photography

Storytelling in Street Photography

Many street photography tutorials discuss the same topics over and over—focussing techniques, composition, candid shooting, etc. However, I believe …

Breathtaking drone footage of dam’s spillway takes you into the bowels of hell

The California rain has brought us some stunning images of spillways this month—none more captivating than the damaged wall in Oroville Lake that …

Use Color, Texture, and Light to Shoot Better Portraits in Crappy Locations

It would be great if you could take advantage of an epic or picturesque backdrop every time you went out to shoot portraits. But since we don’t all …

5 Tips How To Make Your Photography Look Magical

The key word is long exposure. Take a tripod and ND filters with you and the result will be totally different than handheld shots. ND (neutral …

Photoshop is hard to learn. Adobe thinks artificial intelligence can help

A teary-eyed Mala Sharma felt vindicated as she stood outside a school for impoverished children in India. A student had snatched the<p>Adobe Systemsexecutive’s iPad and had a go with the company’s simplest video editing program. He nailed it, creating a quick video that Sharma said amused his teacher …

Shoot This 52 Week Photo Challenge in 2017 to Improve Your Skills

My original 52 Week Challenge in 2016 was a huge success, with tens of thousands of photographers participating from around the world. In celebration …

Photography

10 unbelievably funny comedians that you can't end 2016 without falling in love with

We can all pretty much agree 2016 has been a long emotional rollercoaster ride into the darkest timeline. We lost so many icons this year, endured an …

Is this the world's most oversubscribed school?

<b>Is this the most oversubscribed school in the world?</b><p>The VidyaGyan Leadership Academy, a boarding school in India's Uttar Pradesh state, is offering an elite education for pupils drawn from the rural poor.<p>There are about 200 places on offer each year - but such is the appetite for families to get a …

Ed Miliband: Labour should not be preserve solely of remain voters

Former leader speaks of ‘national crisis caused by Brexit’ and says Labour should ‘hear the people’s message’<p>Ed Miliband has called on Labour to listen to Brexit voters and avoid becoming the preserve of the 48% who wanted to remain, as the party opted not to discuss the EU as a major topic at its …

Northern Ireland

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