Archives for August 2013

15 Awesome Water Element Landscape Photos

Fast Moving by Giovanni Mirabueno Hamnoy by Antonio J. Prado Pérez Waiting For by Mikhail Trakhtenberg Dimitrios II by Dimitris Bartzis A Peek of Emerald Lake by Kristin Repsher Winter's Portal, Pfeiffer Arch, Big Sur, California by Don Smith Belhaven Mist by Chris Oliphant Colours by Tadas Klimavicius Reflections of Autumn by JRD PHOTOGRAPHY Abandoned […]

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Turn Your iPhone Into a Large-Sensor, Prime Camera with Ladibird. Support this Crowdfunding Project!

How does a 50mm f/1.8 lens with a large 13.2 mm x 8.8 mm CMOS sensor on your iPhone sound? Wide aperture, fast lens, out-of-focus background separation and superb mirrorless camera-like images on your iPhone, are you ready for it? Well, you now have a chance to take part of such a product. Read on.

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Photoshop Tutorial – Subtle Dragan Effect for Portraits

Andrzej Dragan is a renowned Polish photographer, musicial, graphic artist and also a Quantum Physicist as well. I was fortunate enough to meet the man in person last year when he shared his provocative art and how he goes from concept to final output. His attention to detail is superb wherein almost no element in […]

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Macro Photography Basics — Lens, Techniques & Light

Small subjects, endless creative possibilities. That’s what macro photography often offers to many photographers regardless of level and skills. The ability to control almost the entire scene due to the relatively small subject, often static, allows many photographers to train their composition and technical skills intensively without the nuances of a larger subject or scene. […]

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Joshua Tree during the 2013 Perseid Meteor Shower – Video Inspiration

Despite the rise of video popularity, many photographers who own cameras capable of shooting great videos are still reluctant to learn this awesome feature in their cameras. The next time you experience a special occasion, whether you’re travelling or just out on a photo expedition, give video a try. When executed well, they’re a add […]

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Artist Feature – Tilo Gockel

This week. I’d like to introduce iPhotoCourse readers to a Flickr friend of mine, Tilo Gockel, his website is http://www.fotopraxis.net. Tilo has an amazing set of images on Flickr that showcases his experiments with strobist (small flash) lighting that many will find interesting and educational. Without wasting more time, here goes the interview!

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Collection of the revolutionary, full-frame Sony RX1 Review

A full-frame point-and-shoot camera by Sony! Finally! That’s what most of us mentioned in late 2012. Wait, let’s not forget that almost all film point and shoots were full-frame before, so… Finally! Full-frame DIGITAL point and shoot camera! The Sony RX1 came out close to a year ago already, but with it’s high price tag […]

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Lens Flares and Light Leaks – Photoshop Tutorial

It’s a strange phenomenon in almost any tech-based hobby like photography, audio-video, and even automobiles and such wherein manufacturers hire the best engineers to further refine their products to solve flaws of older models only to have their users reverse the entire engineering project and introduce flaws back. With photography, since digital photographers learned about […]

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