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An Introduction to Shooting Portraits in Natural Light

Photographing portraits using natural light as the sole light source have become such a rage lately that some photographers have branded themselves as "Natural Light Only Photographers." While you can certainly create some stunning images with the proper use of only natural light, understanding how light behaves and being able to harness light in all of its forms, natural or otherwise, will help shape you into a better, more complete photographer. thephoblographer.com

2019-3-31 13:00

Apple patent application details tech to improve mobile underwater photography

Underwater photographers and cameras have to deal with less than ideal conditions. Light levels are low, water can be murky and add color casts to your images. Underwater modes on rugged cameras and (waterproof) smartphones are not new but now a patent application filed by Apple suggests mobile users could soon benefit from a more sophisticated version and achieve better underwater imaging results in the future if the system is ever implemented. dpreview.com

2019-3-29 23:48


In 2014 Relio was among the first to launch an ultra-portable cube-shaped LED light. Now, the company has unveiled an updated version of its original product, the Relio The company says its light offer 'extreme color fidelity' (up to 98% native TLCI) and let's you download spectral data for its lights, making them an interesting option for any color-critical lighting applications. dpreview.com

2019-3-5 00:26

Josh Estey Sheds Light on Life in Jakartas Congested Streets

Since every city is a multi-faceted ecosystem, photographers are faced with a myriad of stories, issues, and realities to capture. In his photo essay titled No Land Left to Play, Josh Estey chose to paint a picture of how the Indonesian capital of Jakarta has become a congested mega metropolis with hardly any open spaces for its residents. thephoblographer.com

2019-2-25 11:00

How to Edit Underexposed Natural Light Portraits on Lightroom and Photoshop

Whether you're shooting more natural light portraits by choice or because of equipment constraints, it's worth learning how to edit your photos from a variety of shooting conditions. Today, we've got a workflow video tutorial for you in case you often underexpose your photos to get more detail out of the scene or background. thephoblographer.com

2019-2-25 02:00