DPP Solutions: Blog It!

Try this simple method for exporting photos directly from Lightroom to a WordPress blog
Text And Photography By Terry White
I'm a photographer, and I blog. This means that I often use a lot of my own images on my blog posts. I use Lightroom 4 as my primary image-management application. Although I really like WordPress as a blogging engine, I find the process of uploading and adding images to…

Cover Shot: Learning To Relax

Markus Klinko and Indrani continue to broaden their horizons while returning to what matters the most: the image
By The Editors
Markus Klinko and Indrani have created absolutely iconic portraiture of everyone from BeyoncĂ© to Lindsay Lohan to Lady Gaga. This last November saw the release of their very first published book of photography, Icons: The Celebrity Exposures of Markus and Indrani, and since then the two have been engrossed with…

Take More Control Over Highlights And Shadows

Use new controls in Lightroom 4 and Adobe Camera Raw 7 to fine-tune the yin and yang of highlights and shadows
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. But no matter what image processor you're using, I always try to urge photographers to think…

iPhone Photojournalism

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. That's what makes Michael Christopher Brown's use of iPhones for serious photojournalism so interesting. He's a classically trained photographer with plenty of "real" cameras at…

Manage The Blur

How to use shutter angles for creative control in your motion-capture work
By Sean McHugh
The advent of digital cinematography has opened up new creative possibilities for how motion is captured. This article explores the influence of shutter angle, along with how it can be used as a creative tool for accomplishing one's artistic goals. What Is Shutter Angle? The "shutter angle" is a useful…

Proper Exposure Matters!

Translating the film-based Zone System to a digital way of shooting and seeing
Text And Photography By George Jardine
Back in the fall of 1972, my very first photo school assignment for Commercial Photography 101 was entitled "An Industrial Interior." I had read Ansel Adams' Basic Photo series the year before, and I was enthralled with his Zone System for exposure and development. So by the time I got…
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