Photography News April 3, 2023
Quote: ”If everyone loves your work, you are playing it much too safe.” – David Carson and many others
- How a tiny company with few rules is making fake images mainstream – think about the ethics of photography and related.
- Fix Your Photos With Selective Image Transformations
- How Your Camera and Image Processor Determine Colors
What Makes a Great Portrait? With Scott Kelby – B&H Photo Video
Extreme Macro the Easy Way
Why RAW images look so flat compared to Jpeg images straight out of camera
Minimum Shutter Speed Rule
The old “1/focal length = minimum shutter speed” rule was made in the days of Tri-X film (about 3 megapixels).
Does this rule apply to a picture made with a 30-60 megapixels sensor today? Or would cameras now with far more megapixels be more sensitive to motion?
And yet it is still taught in a number of books and videos. Up your shutter speed, even if you have to use a higher ISO, or use a tripod.
Artist of the Week:
Annie Leibovitz Photography Behind the scenes | VOGUE | Masterclass
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