Klaus Herrmann

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A Flow Motion Hyperlapse Journey in Cappadocia, Turkey

Renowned time-lapse photographer Rob Whitworth is back again with another spellbinding video. Created for Turkish Airlines, <i>Once Upon a Time in</i> …

Middle East Travel

Here’s the Complete First Season of ‘Top Photographer’

The first season of <i>Top Photographer</i> is now over, and a winning photographer has been crowned. In case you missed the Adorama-produced and Nigel …


The Magic of One Light with Joel Grimes

Joel Grimes has traveled the globe creating award winning images making his subjects look larger than life. Whether it is a celebrity or an everyday …


When in Doubt, Bracket!

On any photographic forum, it doesn’t take much effort to find old or new discussions on how to set the “proper” exposure while shooting, and even …


Visual Exercises for Photographers

The Internet is filled with hundreds of tutorials on how to use what gear and why, but very little of it really focuses on how to become a great …


The Reality Behind Photos of National Park Landmarks

After our first visit to Yosemite National Park, my girlfriend and I have made it our goal to try to visit as many National Parks as possible. It’s …


Using Just One Light for Dramatic Portraits

If you’re looking for a way to spice up your portrait photography, this easy, one-light set up from photographer Aaron Anderson just might be for …


Why You Should Always Set the Profile in Lightroom Before You Start Editing

Now that I have used Lightroom for many years, processing photos from two different camera systems (Canon EOS and Fujifilm X-series), I have realized …


Google updates Earth Timelapse with petabytes of new data

Google has updated its interactive Earth Timelapse feature with better imagery and several years of new data. The massive update added petabytes of …


Epic High-Action Nikon D500 Campaign Involves Smashing Messy Fruit

Nikon has teamed up with sports photographer Tom Miles and world champion martial artist Tom "Fire Kid" Duquesnoy for its new #MomentOfImpact …


Kai Tries Out the Canon M5 in His First Post-DigitalRev Camera Review

Kai’s departure from DigitalRev—news we shared earlier today—has made some pretty big waves throughout the photo industry. Where will photo lovers go …


How To Move Lightroom To Another Computer (and not get burned!)

Posted By Scott Kelby on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 in Featured, Library | 0 comments<p>Hi Gang, and Happy Wednesday! First, I want to give a big …


It's Time We Talked About Celebrities and Models Being Hired As Photographers

It’s simply impossible to ignore the change our industry is undergoing. The wide availability of industry-standard equipment has seen an uprise of …


How to Write an Artist Statement and Why It’s So Important

It’s impossible to bring a body of work to its full potential without being able to articulate in words what our photographs say and why they are …


5 Mistakes You’re Probably Making as a Beginner Landscape Photographer

Let’s face it - no one enjoys making mistakes, but in photography as is in life, mistakes are just part of the game. Of course, what’s important is …


Select and Mask vs Refine Edge, or: Why Select and Mask Kind of Sucks

Adobe is dedicated to updating Photoshop consistently, but those updates don’t always go so well. A lot of people have rolled back their healing …


Earliest known Nikon camera fetches over $400,000 in Austrian auction

A Nikon 1 camera sold at auction in Austria this month has become the most expensive Nikon ever, achieving a sale price of €384,000 (approx $406,000) …


GoPro Cuts Costs by Cutting Jobs: Will Fire 200 People, Cut Workforce by 15%

Once a tech darling, GoPro has been struggling in 2016. In addition to less-than-stellar sales that have not matched forecasts, a class action …


How to Work with Lens Flares in a Home Photo Studio

One of the golden rules of studio photography is to never point lights straight at the camera. Doing so can create lens flare, reduced contrast, and …


Why Does “Bad” Composition Work?

The rule of thirds is a common framing technique used in photography and cinematography and likely one of the first lessons most photographers learn. …


Canadian Photojournalist Denied Entry into the US, Has Phones Searched

For award-winning Canadian photojournalist Ed Ou, his October 1st trip to the United States started out like any other assignment. But while his plan …


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How to Create a Fun Underwater Photo Manipulation With Adobe Photoshop

In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a funny underwater scene featuring a big fish stuck on a tree.<p>First we'll create the base scene using …


Macro Photography on a Budget

As we all know, photography isn’t exactly a cheap endeavor. The sheer amount of gear you need for different types of photography can make it …