DPP solutions: Preflight

The future of drones for professionals is becoming clearer
By The Editors
In February, the FAA issued the much anticipated proposed rules for drones titled "The Overview of Small UAS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking." Prior to the notice, there was a lot of speculation and more than a little apprehension about how the U.S. would handle drone usage. Short of plain outlawing…

Shoot Your Passion

For Corey Rich, video-ready DSLRs offered more than just a new business opportunity. They made a lifelong dream come true.
By William Sawalich, Photography By Corey Rich
Corey Rich became a professional photographer at an early age. At 16, he got his first job shooting real estate pictures for the local paper. He hadn't yet mastered all the technical aspects of photography, but he says he's always known a great picture when he sees one. "I never…

Pulling Stills From Motion

Thanks to the resolution of 4K video, photographers can shoot motion and pull out client-worthy still images
By David Schloss
The moving images we see when we watch videos and movies are really just an optical illusion, a trick played by our brain when it's shown a certain number of images in a short enough time. At about 30 images per second, the motion caused by this stream of still…

DPP Solutions: Blurring The Lines

A look at the various tools you can use to create bokeh
By The Editors
Until about 10 years ago, the term bokeh was almost unknown. Coined from the Japanese word for blur, photographers began using the term in the late 1990s, but it wasn't until the mid-aughts that it really took hold. The effect itself has been around as long as photography—shallow depth of…

Monochrome Conversion

Instead of always taking a one-click solution, learn how to take control over the subtle tones to create richer, more nuanced black-and-white images
Text & Photography By Ming Thein
There's no denying the classical appeal of black-and-white photography. Whilst a certain style of color, for example, Kodachrome of the '80s, or the pale washed-out negatives of the '60s and '70s, or Velvia of the '90s, evokes the nostalgia of a certain period in time, the very lack of color…

Fashion Lighting

Top fashion professionals show how they work with light on the set
By The Editors
During one week in February and one week in September, you can feel the earth tremble. No, it's not an earthquake. This movement is caused by camera shutters and strobes catching the fads and flops of Fashion Week. Along with the live action on the runways and the paparazzi in…
Page 1 of 8
Subscribe & Save!
International residents, click here.