Use this technique for fine control over image sharpness
Text And Photography By Tim Grey
The High Pass sharpening technique isn't what I would call a "true" sharpening process, but rather what I generally refer to as a local contrast-enhancement adjustment.
by David Willis
When it comes to breaking news, the success of Twitter and Instagram has made it readily apparent to the mainstream media that the immediacy of smartphones will trump the quality of a DSLR and often the relevancy of facts and even context.
From the high-end, state-of-the-art RED EPIC DSMC camera to the midrange SCARLET and Canon Cinema EOS-1D C to the recently introduced GoPro HERO3, the 4K world is getting more crowded for photographers who are expanding into motion
Pro photographers need to be ever more aware and fluent in motion capture, whether your goal is to create narrative films or to shoot motion vignettes as added benefit for your clients.
Artist Stephen Wilkes continues to push the bounds of what can be done with a still photograph in both content and technique
By Russell Hart, Photography By Stephen Wilkes
If you could go back in time and ask 13-year-old Stephen Wilkes what he wanted to be when he grew up, he'd answer with a certainty few of us could have claimed at his age: a professional photographer.
In her work, you can see the mark of Sylvie Blum’s fine-art influences, like Mapplethorpe, Lindbergh and Gorman. She works with her camera, lights and models like great sculptors work with clay.
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Sylvie Blum
As a teenager in Germany, Sylvie Blum had a photograph hanging on her bedroom wall created by famed Hollywood-based celebrity and fine-art photographer Greg Gorman.
Michael Christopher Brown uses an unlikely device to create iconic news photos that wouldn’t be possible with a DSLR
By William Sawalich, Photography By Michael Christopher Brown
When journalists use mobile phone cameras, it's usually for one of two reasons: They're either writers with no other options or photographers exploring a gimmick.
Use new controls in Lightroom 4 and Adobe Camera Raw 7 to fine-tune the yin and yang of your photographs
Text And Photography By George Jardine
Just when you're becoming comfortable with image controls in your editor of choice, an update comes along and changes everything, so I sympathize that it sometimes feels like you're aiming at a moving target.
Craig Oppenheimer of Wonderful Machine walks us through the details of a winning job bid for a restaurant’s photo shoot
By Craig Oppenheimer Of Wonderful Machine
As a producer at Wonderful Machine, I work with photographers around the world on a daily basis to help them connect with clients and estimate projects both big and small.
The traveling “Faces of Foster Care” exhibition makes a stop in Penn Station
by Baldev Duggal
"A picture may be worth a thousand words, but for foster children in New York City and across the country, a picture is worth improved self-esteem, and potentially, a new home and family."