Month: February 2020

[embedded content] Apple sure is going all out on their iPhone advertising campaigns right now, aren’t they? After a fairly non-challenging (from a technical standpoint) Selena Gomez music video and the incredible “Snowbrawl” by John Wick director, David Leitch, now it turns out that Lady Gaga’s much anticipated new single, “Stupid Love” was also shot
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Estevan Trujillo is a photographer from New Mexico who explores the relationships between landscape and portraiture. His photographic style opens a window to an inhospitable region, showing us the warmth of its communities, the beauty of its landscapes, and the connections between its inhabitants. Q: Your first photo was uploaded to 500px in September of
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Call for Photography! Interested in having your work exhibited in the largest photography festival in the world? 500px is now accepting submissions from photographers to exhibit their work in the 500px “Broken Reality” exhibit as part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival this May. For our third annual CONTACT exhibition, interested photographers can submit their
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Fujifilm has just announced Instax Mini 11, a new instant camera that macro-shooters and selfie-takers could find particularly interesting. It offers close-up capabilities, automatic exposure and some other improvements, so let’s dive into more detail and see what we can expect. The Instax Mini 11 uses Instax Mini Film and produces credit card-sized prints. One
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Keep up with key trends in Licensing with 500px’s Senior Art Director, Karen Biilmann, as she analyzes common threads and current themes throughout our Contributors’ photography submissions. From generating interactive and collaborative experiences through tech to the influence tech has on our daily lives, here’s what’s trending in the 500px Licensing Collection. The year 2020
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Topaz has recently launched its newest version of DeNoise AI, and I have tested the software on a night image. Does this latest iteration of Topaz’ noise reduction program live up to the hype? According to Topaz, DeNoise AI has received several updates and improvements. When you run the program you can choose between two
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Photoshop CC tutorial showing you 5 tricks you did not know. If you have any questions please leave them below or head over to this tutorial’s page on our website: 5 Photoshop Tricks You Don’t Know (Probably) Subscribe + Like + Share + Comment = More Video Tutorials! Thank you for watching! =================================== LINKS Website:
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At the very moment landscape photographer Marc Koegel steps outside to begin the search for his next photograph, he has already won. For him, success lies not in the trophy of the finished image but rather the process of being out in the world, camera in hand. It’s about the journey as much as the
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[embedded content] Vintage glass shooter and photography YouTuber Mathieu Stern recently got the chance to try Lomography’s special LomoMod No.1 cardboard film camera and special liquid-filled lens—an ostensibly “fun” combination that turned out to be a nightmare for Stern, who has dubbed it “the worst camera I ever tested.” Lomography’s quirkier cameras have never been
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500px Ambassador, Dariane Sanche, challenged the 500px community to push their limits and create a fantasy-esque theatrical portrait. Read on to learn about Dariane’s selection process and see the winners of this Quest. The Selection Process “I really enjoyed judging this Quest and discovering awesome photographers from around the world who have so much amazing
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Japanese company Tone Mobile has released a very… special… new smartphone. Aimed at parents who want to keep their kids from making bad choices, the TONE e20 has an AI-powered “Smartphone Protection” feature that prevents users from shooting or saving “inappropriate” photos (read: naked pictures). The official Tone Mobile press release (translated) hails the TONE
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A San Francisco-based photographer is facing some legal backlash from the Golden Gate Bridge District over a photo that they claim he took from a restricted area. The photographer says the District is simply “hunting for money” by searching the Internet for pictures that they believe were taken from restricted areas. Bruce Getty is a
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