iPhone XS camera review: Complicated tech for simpler photography | Popular Photographyhttps://www.popphoto.com/iphone-xs-camera-reviewThe magic photography gnomes inside the new iPhone camera are working overtime. Every time you take a picture with the new iPhone, you’re triggering trillions of operations.
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Beauty in simplicity: The golden rules of minimalist photography – Learnhttps://www.canva.com/learn/beauty-simplicity-golden-rules-minimalist-photography/?ref=donvy.comHave you noticed that minimalism has been getting a lot of pop-culture air time lately? There is a palpable thirst for sustainable living, a throwback to authenticity, and a renewed focus on what really matters. The humble Google search confirms this, with searches for minimalism increasing by a whopping 230% from 2016-17 worldwide.
The Fine Art of Beautiful Monochrome Landscapeshttps://photolemur.com/blog/the-fine-art-of-beautiful-monochrome-landscapes?utm_source=photolemur&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=april_newsletter_digest&utm_term=newsletter&utm_content=read_more_3There’s something mysterious and beautiful about black and white photography. Through calm monochromes photographers can transmit the realistic feel of a landscape down to the very last detail.
10 top tips for taking amazing travel photographs | Travel | The Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/jan/03/t-top-tips-for-taking-amazing-travel-photographsWe asked the team at Wild Photography Holidays, supplier of the prize for our 2018 readers’ travel photography competition, for expert advice on capturing great travel shots
7 Rules of Perfect Portfolio Websites | Inspirationfeedhttp://inspirationfeed.com/articles/design-articles/rules-portfolio-websites/?ct=t(Design_Digest_14_11-09-2017)&mc_cid=32b3178b8c&mc_eid=c6fb01f586If your field of work is design, photography, 3D, or web design, you probably already know how essential it is to have an impressive portfolio website. While it’s certainly nice to have an actual physical portfolio to show to potential clients, an online portfolio website is a lot more effective.
Shooting From the Hip showcases beautiful iPhone photos [Book review] | Cult of Machttps://www.cultofmac.com/514039/shooting-from-the-hip-book-review/Photographer Scott Strazzante’s second book, Shooting From the Hip, serves as a visual record of five years of iPhone street photography.
The digital YASHICA Y35 has all the nuances of an old analog camera without any of the hassles | 9to5Toyshttps://9to5toys.com/2017/10/12/the-yashica-y35/If there has been any trend these past few months in tech it’s been this: old can be new again and retro is definitely, definitely in. The same goes for digital photography and the resurgence…
Life As Seen Through A Photographer’s Lens: Jacob Lund | YouWorkForThemhttp://blog.youworkforthem.com/2017/09/29/life-as-seen-through-a-photographers-lens-jacob-lund/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Life%20As%20Seen%20Through%20A%20Photographers%20Lens%20%20Select%20YWFT%20Fonts%20On%20Sale&utm_content=Life%20As%20Seen%20Through%20A%20Photographers%20Lens%20%20Select%20YWFT%20Fonts%20On%20Sale+CID_ab1a3bb592237dc205c0ae42f1e30c61&utm_source=newsletter&utm_term=Read%20MoreJacob Lund is a prolific photographer from Denmark whose career in photography began as a hobby while he spent time shooting images of parkour. He found a great deal of enjoyment through the activity, and as time went on, others started taking an interest in his photography.
How Apple Built An iPhone Camera That Makes Everyone A Professional Photographerhttps://www.buzzfeed.com/johnpaczkowski/iphone-portrait-lighting?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits&utm_term=.hd2x89rp1#.reWx36wpq“We didn’t just study portrait photography. We went all the way back to paint,” Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller explained. The enhancements to the camera systems in the 8 Plus and the X are some of the biggest upgrades in the new line. The camera’s effects don’t rely on filters. They’re the result of Apple’s new dual camera system working in concert with machine learning to sense a scene, map it for depth, and then change lighting contours over the subject. It’s all done in real time, and you can even preview the results thanks to the company’s enormously powerful new A11 Bionic chip. The result, when applied to Apple scale, has the power to be transformative for modern photography, with millions of amateur shots suddenly professionalized. In many ways it’s the fullest realization of the democratization of high-quality imagery that the company has been working toward since the iPhone 4.