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Your Display Profile May Be Wrong

Your display profile may be wrong. How is that for a bold statement! But it may very well be true, even if you do it regularly on schedule. Display …

Fire Breathers Captured in Slow Mo and Bullet Time Using 50 Cameras

In addition to running a giant stock footage archive of over 1,500 4K clips, Philadelphia-based DOP Mitch Martinez also shoots Time Slice, or …

Street Photography in China

For the past 29 years I’ve been traveling to China for my day job as an industrial designer to manage the ramp-up of new products manufactured in …

Street Photography

Ultimate Cheat Sheets for Photoshop and Lightroom

Want an ultimate single-page cheat sheet for looking up keyboard shortcuts in Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC? The design team over at setupablogtoday …

Leica Q Review: The best street photography camera

An Impressive Test of Adobe’s New Dehaze Slider

Want to see an impressive example of what the new Dehaze slider in Photoshop and Lightroom can do? Check out the 1-minute video above by photographer …

Tutorials

10 Helpful Websites for Protecting Your Photography Copyrights

Being a photographer in the digital age presents a number of excellent advantages along with a collection of new concerns. Sharing your images with …

Binary Contrast: Examining the 2015 Deutsche Börse Prize - Photographs from the winners and shortlist of The Deutsche Börse Prize | LensCulture

Founded in 1996, the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize annually awards £30,000 to a contemporary photographer whose work made the most significant contribution to European photography within the last calendar year. The winning series—Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse’s Ponte City—was …

by the world forgot - Photographs by Christoph Lingg | LensCulture

A term like <i>indigenous peoples</i> is a dangerous one; it can come with a certain (heavy) set of expectations. In describing thousands of groups, scattered across the world, it can also flatten and generalize, rather than allowing us to focus on the singular experiences within each group. However, in …