Why Make Prints

The process of evaluating, editing and prepping an image for making a print refines and consolidates your vision
Text And Photography By John Paul Caponigro
Despite the ubiquity of images that are shared entirely in digital form, via computer screen, tablet and smartphone, a print remains the ultimate expression of a well-conceived photograph. Images shown on a tablet screen can look spectacular, but a print is tangible in a fundamentally different way. The paper (or…

DPP Solutions: New Features In Lightroom 5

The latest version of Adobe’s workhorse software has some particularly useful tools
By Staff
2013 has been a big year for Adobe. Their biggest announcement, of course, was the change in licensing of their software to a pay-as-you-go subscription model facilitated through their Creative Cloud service. Around the same time as the Creative Cloud announcement, and almost lost in the din of controversy that…

Time-Lapse Primer

Preston Kanak takes us through the skills, steps and gear to making your first time-lapse
Text And Photography By Preston Kanak
There has been an explosion in interest in time-lapse, and for professionals, being able to add time-lapse skills to your repertoire gives you one more thing a client may want. It also gives you some cool motion to have in your portfolio. Creating time-lapse can be incredibly rewarding, too. Half…

Animate your Stills

The latest trend for photos online is making parts of them move. We’ll show you how to do it
By The Editors
Cinemagraphs are in. If you haven't heard the term, a cinemagraph is a still photo that has some part of it animated. These images are meant for web display, and they're a great example of how digital means for displaying images are bringing new aesthetics and possibilities. A cinemagraph is…

Heresy In Library Organization

Keep track of an ever-expanding digital archive by getting things right from the start
Text And Photography By George Jardine
Scanning the horizon, there are so-called workflow tutorials everywhere you look. Each and every one of them is promoted under the guise that it will help you become "fast and efficient." But what fast and efficient really means for most of the gurus out there is automating everything, and trying…

Old School For The New School

An analog wet-plate processing primer for digital photographers
David Willis
In the age of Instagram, it's not too surprising to find a growing movement of photographers looking for a more meditative approach to image-making. Photography is now nearing 200 years of technological advancement, and as digital continues to proliferate and film becomes more scarce, there has been a resurgence of…
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