52 Reason to Love Photography | I Love Photography | Ep. 43 | Dec. 18, 2014

52 Reason to Love Photography | I Love Photography | Ep. 43 | Dec. 18, 2014

By Allen Murabayashi It’s our annual recap of Reasons to Love Photography! We pick some of our favorites from our list of 52. Download the podcast Our weekly look at all things photographic with Sarah Jacobs and PhotoShelter co-founder Allen Murabayashi. Get the podcast: http://bit.ly/ilovephoto Watch the broadcast: http://bit.ly/ilovephotoyt 1:17 Johnny Nguyen’s Photo of Devonte(…)

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Creative Cloud Photography Plan–3 Myths Debunked

Creative Cloud Photography Plan–3 Myths Debunked

By Sponsored Post Sponsored by Adobe Photos © David Guenther When the subscription model was first announced for the Adobe Creative Cloud in 2011, many photographers were concerned about the implications of “renting” software. Adobe, recognizing that most photographers don’t need the entire suite of applications they offer, responded with a special version this summer(…)

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Work from Photo NOLA, Part 1

Work from Photo NOLA, Part 1

By Jonathan Blaustein It’s Wednesday morning. I’m sitting at my kitchen table, where I like to write. Outside the window, the snow has just begun to fall. White flakes drop from the sky like so many perfect coins, tossed into Trevi Fountain. In the black wood stove, piñon logs gurgle as their latent energy is(…)

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Project on Ukraine Wins $20,000 2015 Aftermath Grant

By Holly Hughes Justyna Mielnikiewicz has won the 2015 Aftermath Project Grant for “A Ukraine Runs Through It,” a project exploring tensions in modern Ukraine using Dnieper River as a symbolic dividing line. The $20,000 grant, offered by the nonprofit Aftermath Project, supports documentary photography that addresses the legacy of conflict. The Aftermath Project also(…)

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Corporate Accounts for Teams: new level of photobank experience.

Corporate Accounts for Teams: new level of photobank experience.

By Julia Built for businesses, Corporate Accounts for teams gives you a simple tools for creating sub-accounts; managing their balance and access; and better ways to work together. Administrator gets full control on team access and allocation of credits and downloads between sub-accounts. Get all these benefits — plus optimize your license management and procurement(…)

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Dream Big

Dream Big

By dinahhillsdon We came across Portland, Oregon native Rob Woodcox who at 19 discovered photography in 2009. Now 24 he started pursuing a full time photography career one year ago. His surreal portraits portfolio already contains captivating and poetic pieces of artwork and we absolutely love them. This vagabond spirit “loves creating vivid stories sewn(…)

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FILM Ferrania’s Plan to Save an Analogue Slide Film Factory From Extinction

FILM Ferrania’s Plan to Save an Analogue Slide Film Factory From Extinction

By Matthew Ismael Ruiz Corrado Balestra taking spectrophotometric measurements of an emulsion sample in the LRF. Balestra is an expert in emulsion manufacturing and melting. © Aischa Gianna Muller. Film is finished. Film is dead, declared deceased by David Lynch, among others. Contrary to all declarations, however, this year, two enterprising Italians have recently begun(…)

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Time Inc. UK Issues Rights-Grabbing Contract

By David Walker Time Inc.’s UK division has riled editorial photographers by issuing a new contract requiring freelancers to hand over “all rights” to any assignment images for about 60 specialty publications. The contract takes effect January 1, 2015, but there may be wiggle room for negotiation, at least for some photographers who take the(…)

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Re-Touch and Enhance

Re-Touch and Enhance

By dinahhillsdon Eric Renno, aka Tip Squirrel’s tutorial focuses on one of the most popular means of using Photoshop, using retouching to enhance photos. Over to you Eric…… In this tutorial we’ll take a look at a way we can reduce darkening around and below the eyes. Disclaimer: When I come to write these tutorials(…)

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The Art of the Personal Project: Mike Marques

The Art of the Personal Project: Mike Marques

By Suzanne Sease As a former Art Producer, I have always been drawn to personal projects because they are the sole vision of the photographer and not an extension of an art director, photo editor, or graphic designer. This new column, “The Art of the Personal Project” will feature the personal projects of photographers using(…)

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