Fall Is in the Air, Part I
Fall Is in the Air Part 1
It’s starting to feel like my favorite time of year once more—the autumnal equinox took place last week.
In the Future, We Will Photograph Everything and Look at Nothing
As our relationship with photography shifts, will desktop-based photo-editing programs like the Google Nik Collection go the way of the film camera?
Source: In the Future, We Will Photograph Everything and Look at Nothing - The New Yorker
Video: The Properties of Camera Lenses
Here is a wonderful video that goes into the properties of camera lenses and explains the features of the modern camera lens for both photography and cinematography. Topics include Focal Length, Aperture, Primes vs. Zooms as well as some specialty features.
Video by Filmaker IQ
Are Your Photos Memorable? This Algorithm Will Tell You – D-brief
A deep-learning algorithm builds heat maps over images to identify the memorable and forgettable elements of any photo.
Source: Are Your Photos Memorable? This Algorithm Will Tell You - D-brief
20 More Movies About Photography That Every Photographer Should Watch – Resource Magazine
What Killed Editorial Sports Photography?
Bruce Kluckhohn Professional sports photography for the editorial market is an endangered species. Unfortunately, a lot of it has to do with editorial clients turning away from the professional photographer to sports enthusiasts who are willing to trade their photos for season tickets.
Source: What Killed Editorial Sports Photography?: You’ve Got To Hustle As A Sports Shooter These Days | Shutterbug
African Photography Comes of Age With Lagos Photo Festival – The New York Times
This year’s Lagos Photo Festival goes beyond traditional photojournalism to explore how conceptual work can offer a deeper exploration of the issues facing the continent.
Source: African Photography Comes of Age With Lagos Photo Festival - The New York Times
Ted Forbes Looking At Photography Zines
Largest. Pano. Ever
Go take a look at this site and feast your eyes on the largest panoramic image ever taken:
They took 70000 images to make it!
"The astonishing majesty of this impressive white giant is too wide to be represented either in words or images. You have to be there to feel it. But now, you can grab that rarefied atmosphere through the highest resolution panorama ever made: a way to know, explore and feel the Mont Blanc. No matter if you’re not an alpinist or a photographer: from now onwards the highest mountain in Europe will be part of your life like never before."