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This $50 charging case means that you can take professional-quality footage with an iPhone

Smartphone cameras are mind-bogglingly advanced nowadays, so unless you’re a professional photographer who regularly books editorial shoots, that DSLR you bought in 2009 is probably collecting dust somewhere. Heck, even if you *are* a legit photographer who regularly books editorial shoots, you *still* might opt to shoot a subject with a modern smartphone instead of...CONTINUE READING

Learn how to shoot photos like a pro with this $29 online master class

From that idyllic first snowfall to awkward family portraits to trays of delicately frosted gingerbread men, few seasons are more photogenic than the holidays. Why, then, are you still relying on your smartphone‘s undependable camera to capture precious festive moments you’ll want to remember for years to come? Close your Instagram app for a hot...CONTINUE READING

Google’s Night Sight shooting mode for the Pixel 3 is mind-blowing

Holy moly, has Google just changed the smartphone camera game with the release of the Night Sight mode for its Pixel 3 and 3 XL phones. Announced at its October Pixel 3 launch event, Google boasted Night Sight as a significant leap forward for taking night photos — useful for exposing colors and details lost...CONTINUE READING

Flickr is cutting down storage to 1,000 photos for free users

Flickr found new ownership under Smugmug earlier this year, and inevitably, that comes with changes. The image hosting service has made a big one: Free accounts will be limited to 1,000 photos from Jan. 8, 2019, a significant cut from the terabyte of storage that was previously offered to users. SEE ALSO: Apple’s new MacBook...CONTINUE READING

The Met is redefining what it means to be a museum in the digital age — Mashable Originals

Imagine being able to look at your favorite pieces of art under a microscope. What would you see? Brushstrokes … the fingerprint of your favorite artist? The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is making this a reality, one super, super high-resolution image at a time. Not only that, but the museum is...CONTINUE READING

The search is on to find the couple captured in stunning Yosemite proposal photo

Marriage proposals are consistently some of life’s most picturesque moments. On a recent trip to Yosemite National Park in California, professional photographer Matthew Dippel had the pleasure of accidentally witnessing a proposal between two strangers from afar. Naturally, he whipped out his camera and captured a visually spectacular, wildly romantic shot. In hopes of finding...CONTINUE READING

These award-winning wildlife photos will remind you just how beautiful nature really is

In a world of screens, it’s easy to forget that we actually live on a lush green planet filled with diverse wild life.  But the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is here to remind you that nature will forever be more impressive and beautiful than even the most advanced CGI. SEE ALSO: 10 animals...CONTINUE READING

These Insta-famous felines prove how photogenic black cats truly are

This is Ode To…, a weekly column where we share the stuff we’re really into in hopes that you’ll be really into it, too. It is my personal (and wildly biased) belief that black cats do not get the love or attention they deserve. Black cats are sometimes dismissed at pet adoption agencies, according to...CONTINUE READING

Take professional photography courses online for next to nothing

If you’re thinking about pursuing a career in photography, or if you’re just looking to get the necessary skills to become Insta famous, an online photography course can set you in the right direction. Check out some of the photography courses on sale right now: Hollywood Art Institute Photography Course & Certification This training bundle...CONTINUE READING
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