Patrick Mendoza

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The stunning landscapes of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

The newest <i>Uncharted</i> is the series’ debut on the PlayStation 4, and the move to new hardware really shows. <i>Uncharted</i> games have always been beautiful, but <i>Uncharted 4</i> is just stunning; the characters move in a way that feels real, and their faces look, well, human. It’s impressive to watch.<p>But for me, …

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How to Capture Dramatic Hard Light Portraits with One Flash

For a lot of photographers, hard light isn’t the first choice when it comes to making portrait photos. There’s a lot of negativity around hard light, …

Best XQD/SD memory cards for the Nikon D500 (and the D5)

Lexar published new speed test results for their latest XQD memory cards on a Nikon D500 camera - see the video below for more details:<p>XQD cards test …

Your Best Shot Gallery: April 2016

Spring is one of the best times to get out and take pictures. After a long winter full of grey skies and cold temperatures, we can't wait to grab the …

4 Rising Portrait Photographers to Keep an Eye On: Part 3

Our 500px community has no shortage of talented, acclaimed photographers whose work have made the pages (and covers) of renowned magazines, have gone …

Powerful photos show what it looks like when the world’s waters rise

The historic deluge that flooded South Carolina in October submerged entire neighborhoods. As Hurricane Joaquin sailed by the East Coast, the rain grew so intense that it busted more than 10 dams, sending water surging downstream. The floods caused billions of dollars of damage in the state and …

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Unforgettable Photography Portraits to Inspire and Inspirit

Steve McCurry - Afghan Girl<p>In 1984, photographer <b>Steve McCurry</b> visited the Nasir Bagh refugee camp as a commissioned work for the National Geographic. …