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Inspiring Images From The World Of Scuba!

Talk about making a splash! The winners from Scuba Diving magazines annual photo contest have been announced and they will make you want to rush out and charge a underwater housing to your credit card! Now in its 13th year, the Through Your Lens contest attracted thousands of entries from around the world and Greg Lecoeur took the Grand Prize for his jaw-dropping shot of gannets spearing into the waters off Shetland, near Scotland. digitalrev.com

2017-10-6 03:00

How To Fix Skin in Photoshop

The ability to fix skin in Photoshop is a skill that every photographer should have in their arsenal. Of course, this can range from taking out an unfortunate zit, to completely altering the look of someones aesthetic - however, even the smallest edit can step-up the game of your portrait dramatically. digitalrev.com

2017-7-24 03:00

See The Best Drone Photos of The Year

Drones have become an integral weapon in the arsenal of todays photographer, so it should come as no surprise that theres a dedicated photo contest focusing purely on aerial imagery. Captured in Vietnam by a photographer called Hellios, this shot took second place in the Dronestagram contest's 'People' category and shows great use of colour In fact the annual contest from social network, Dronestagram is now in its fourth year and saw over 8,000 submissions entered for the various categories, which were judged by industry professionals, including staff from National Geographic. digitalrev.com

2017-7-11 03:00

Film Soup! Cook Your Roll Like a Chef

Today we are cooking film! For those of you who've never heard of Film Soup before, don't worry, it has nothing to do with the soup from your childhood nightmares! It's basically a technique were you voluntary damage a film with all sorts of chemicals like detergent, alcohol or whatever you want before developing it. digitalrev.com

2017-3-23 03:00

Sony a6500 vs a6300 - What Did Sony Change?

Sonys a6500 arrived just eight months after the a6300, which is a fairly short time for an update. So what exactly changed between the two? Heres a rundown of the main differences. Design and ergonomics The two models have a very similar form, with the a6500 just being a touch heavier and thicker (which appears to be at least partly down to a new image-stabilisation system, covered below). digitalrev.com

2017-3-17 03:00