Today we are celebrating our 38th year in business! To celebrate, we have some great specials lined up for you; look for those soon. If you're in the area, drop in and help us party with yummy stuff. Meanwhile check out all the groovy duds in this pic from a throwback party we held on our last celebration.
With the increasing popularity of drones, the news loves covering the fear factor - our potential loss of privacy. What they're not showing us are some of the insanely amazing images from artists who use drones as a medium.
The concepts Mike discusses in his post are important fundamentals for photographers to understand in any situation, not just long-exposure conditions. So of long-exposure is not your bag, you'll still find some great info in this short and easy to grasp blog post. Thank you +Mike Berenson for making this available!
Years ago, I was a little surprised to see that a simple task like shooting a 30 minute long-exposure image was so challenging. Sure, I could shoot with a long shutter speed, but to get the exposure settings right meant having to try it once and then adjust and repeat, adjust and repeat…
I really wanted a way to figure out exactly what settings I needed without taking all night to do it! So that's what I did, only I found two ways to do it.
I'm sharing what I found with the community so I invite you to come see for yourself and share with friends. http://goo.gl/JcNa8y
What you're about to see is not Photoshop - Moscow-based Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova created these stunning images with the help of real live animals! She is only the latest in a line of excellent surreal photographers covered by Bored Panda, but her unique choice of models brings ...