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Attention, Photographers: Can You Ace This Quick Color Perception Test?

Being able to render colors accurately is definitely a big deal for photographers, which is why we make it a point to do routine monitor calibrations as part of our workflow. But, have you ever thought about whether you yourself have an accurate color perception? This quick test will let you know if you can actually get those colors right and notice subtle color differences. thephoblographer.com

2019-6-18 16:00

Why Photographers Are Switching to a New Photo Editor for PC

There is a lot of editing software out there to choose from, but PhotoWorks is a photo editor for PC that stands out from the crowd. Combining professional capabilities with an incredibly easy-to-master interface, this photo editing software for PC could be the answer for masses of photographers who have been looking to switch to a less complicated system without compromising on quality. thephoblographer.com

2019-6-18 07:00

Heres an Infographic for Photographers Who Need Extra Cash

You probably don't know it yet, but we're sure you'll find the infographic below very useful one day... or very soon. Given that a good portion of professional creatives like photographers, retouchers, videographers, and graphic designers often lead non-traditional careers, it's a valuable resource for those who are looking for various non-conventional ways to score gigs and some extra cash. thephoblographer.com

2019-6-1 19:00

Is 2019 the Year Photographers Finally Take Back Their Copyrights?

We see it time and time again; a company or an individual sees an image online that they like so they take it without consent from the photographer so that they can profit from it. This scenario plays out over and over again each and every day, but previous laws in the United States of America have made it virtually impossible for an individual to fight for compensation, even if the image was copyrighted. thephoblographer.com

2019-5-12 13:00

Is 2019 The Year That Photographers Finally Take Back Their Copyrights?

We see it time and time again; a company or an individual sees an image online that they like so they take it without consent from the photographer so that they can profit from it. This scenario plays out over and over again each and every day, but previous laws in the United States of America have made it virtually impossible for an individual to fight for compensation, even if the image was copyrighted. thephoblographer.com

2019-5-10 13:00

Saturday: Theres a Pub Crawl Happening Just for Photographers in NYC

This Saturday, photographers will be treated to a very fun and special time as they get together to eat, drink and be merry...or something like that. The NYC Photographer's Pub Crawl Sponsored by American Photographic Artists is happening and it seems like a great way for photographers to get together, network, hang and talk shop. Some event details are on Facebook. thephoblographer.com

2019-4-24 22:00

LIT Flash is an Off-Camera Xenon Flash for Smartphone Photographers

Want a powerful off-camera flash but your camera of choice is a smartphone? LIT Flash is an innovative new handheld wireless Xenon flash that’s designed specifically to meet your needs. The flash was created by Marko Pirc of Slovenia, who previously made a splash with the Lumu smartphone light meter. Transitioning from Lumu Labs to […] petapixel.com

2019-4-16 18:10

Sony A6400 v Sony A6500: 8 Key Differences

Sonys A6400 has already proved popular with photographers keen to make the most of the big features and small, lightweight body. But how exactly does the A6400 stack up against its supposed big brother, the Sony A6500? Well, to help you make an informed decision, were drilling deep into the specifications of both models to find out which camera is best suited to your photography needs. digitalrev.com

2019-4-4 03:00

Kodak's photo service KodakIt criticized for stripping photographers of copyrights

Renewed controversy surrounds Eastman Kodak subsidiary KodakIt, a service launched in 2017 as a way to provide businesses with on-demand access to photographers around the globe. The service was criticized in its early days for offering very low payments, but a new report from PDN highlights another problem: it requires photographers to completely surrender their copyrights. dpreview.com

2019-2-27 19:05

Kodaks Kodakit Asks Photographers to Give Up the Entire Copyright

Kodak launched an on-demand photography service called Kodakit back in January 2017 that aims to connect photographers to brands looking for photography. But there’s something all photographers need to know about this “Uber of photography,” as it’s been called: it demands that you sign over the “entire copyright” to the photos you shoot. PDNPulse is […] petapixel.com

2019-2-23 22:02

Dear Partisan Journalists: Dont Drag Us Photographers Down With You

As perceptions of bias have led to devastating levels of mistrust in the media, the role of political photography has remained relatively uncontroversial. While writers might deftly tweak facts to fit a narrative, photographers covering politics have less of a scope to inject their personal opinion into their work. The camera, as they say, doesnt […] petapixel.com

2019-2-11 18:36