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How to Make a Pro Photo Portfolio

Thinking of putting together a professional photo portfolio as a high-impact way of sharing your work with potential clients? Check out this informative and inspiring 5-minute video by photographer Caleb Kerr, who recently built a portfolio of his own and put together a helpful walkthrough for anyone interested in doing the same. “Having a beautiful […] petapixel.com

2018-6-26 18:12

The New TetherTools TetherPro USB-C Cables Promise to Make Your Shoots Easier

Tether Tools, a provider of workstation solutions for photographers, has recently announced adding a line of TetherPro USB-C Cables to their cable products. With tethered photography now a big part of many photographers' process, these cables promise to improve the experience beyond the limits of dongles, hubs, and inadequate connections. thephoblographer.com

2018-1-22 17:00

These Hand-Knitted Sweaters Will Make You Disappear In Public Places

We‘re used to the popular opinion that clothes are often designed to make people stand out from the crowd. Not in this case though. English photographer Joseph Ford, who is currently based between London and Paris, collaborated with his knitter friend Nina Dodd and created a project that does the exact opposite – it makes you disappear in your surroundings. boredpanda.com

2018-1-17 04:40

Adobe Unveils Photoshop Elements 2018 Seeking To Make Being Creative Easier

Adobe, patron saint of the creative arts, has announced the latest version of Photoshop lite I mean Photoshop Elements. In the 2018 version of the software the company has improved the softwares content intelligence, added more guided edits, and one-click creations to make being a designer photo editor easier for the masses. thephoblographer.com

2017-10-4 16:00

I Used A 100 Years Old Photography Technique To Make Incredibly Coloured Portraits

I made this photo series using the Trichromatic process, a 100 years old technique used by first photographers to get the colours in their images when everyone else had black and white only. I wanted to make an experiment and see what kind of result an old technique like this one would give with modern technologies, I was not disappointed. boredpanda.com

2017-9-16 10:26