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Self-Exploration

Texas-based photographer Kim Carrier has taken over 200 photographs of herself over the past five years. “I like to consider my self-portraits an …

Idea: Photograph Your City Skyline in the Reflection of a Lens

Here’s a neat photo idea: capture a city’s skyline in the reflection on the front of a camera lens. Photographer Christopher Anderson recently shot …

Dramatic Black and White Photos of Solitary Moments in Photo Series 'Man on Earth'

Photographer Rupert Vandervell’s photo series entitled <i>Man On Earth</i> was inspired by his desire to show the isolation and sense of being alone even …

Top 10 Destinations for Landscape Photography

If you want great landscape shots, you must choose the best locations and make the most of the natural lighting. And while you may get some good …

This is What Photographers Can Do About Unwanted Digital Image Noise

Have you ever returned from a photo shoot only to be disappointed in the results because your images lack spark? Perhaps, they had low contrast, and …

Living Rooms

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Pushing buttons vs. Tapping pixels: The great keyboard debate - Talk Mobile | Android Central

Hardware keyboards aren’t dead ... yet<p>I like to say the era of hardware keyboards is over because it makes Kevin Michaluk’s face turn redder than the …

Private jets' incredible interiors

A Photo Essay: Iceland

Posted at 09:07h in Blog, Europe, Iceland, Photo Essay by Jenna Kvidt 54 Comments<p>We had an amazing time exploring Iceland as you can see in our …

How To Improve an Image with 2 Steps in Photoshop Using Screen Mode

A Guest Post by Sergey Sus/ Today I want to share a very simple way for improving a photo without having to change the exposure. I use this method …