Following on from the previous post regarding photography RSS feeds, I thought I'd scour the web for a load of useful feeds for you to follow or use in a mashup pipe. Great for keeping up to date with news, reviews and general photography goodness:)
Everyone has their favourite photography sites. Whether it's for tutorials, galleries, the latest tech news or interviews with inspirational photographers. We usually have a process whereby we'll systematically go to each of the individual sites stored in our favourites folder, but what if you could combine all of your favourite sites updates into one super photography stream? Well, you can, here's how.
You may have noticed in some of your images that you have colour 'fringing' around certain objects. This is called Chromatic Aberration, it usually occurs when you have areas of high contrast in your image and your camera's lens is unable to focus and process the darker and lighter areas where the fringing occurs. If this happens and you have Photoshop, the problem can be reduced or even eliminated.
If you haven't seen it yet, you need to watch True Detective. As well as being a superbly acted, dark detective series, it also boasts some epic double exposure photography during the opening credits. Below are some examples of the great work the series photography department.
I was mucking around with a bit of post processing on some older images today. Loosely following the tutorial I wrote a while back on Polar Panoramas, I created the below two images. I have to admit I cheated slightly but won't say how :)
It appears that Summer may actually have arrived in the UK. After months of storms, floods and generally crap weather there's suddenly colour everywhere and stunning sunsets. Here's a few images from the past few days... The images were all taken in and around Hedsor, Bucks.
Early morning shoots offer some great light and tranquility. Spring sunrises seem somewhat more 'pastel' than in Winter which offers a nice alternative to the past few months sunrise shooting.