Be careful when asking the Internet to Photoshop a photo for you. The results may be unexpected and you could find yourself turned into the latest Internet meme.
While I strongly prefer adding creative touches to my photos with physical tricks and effects — such as using dry ice for fog — sometimes I do need some digital manipulation done in Photoshop.
For the Ludum Dare 32 game jam event, game developers from around the world came together for a weekend to create the best games they could based on the theme “An Unconventional Weapon.” The game developer known as mint created a game called “Selfie Assault!
I didn’t really get into photography until my son was born. Like most new parents, one of the first things I did was go out and buy a camera so I could document every minute.
America’s largest newspaper publisher has laid off a large number of employees in recent days, but things appear to be quite rosy at the top.
I woke up the morning of my 28th birthday last month with one thing on my mind: “What am I going to do today?
American Photo Magazine has sent out its last issue and says that its ceasing publication. This marks the end of the road for a notable photography magazine that spanned decades.
“Dry Dog Wet Dog” is an ongoing project by the Brisbane, Australia-based pet photographer Serenah. It’s a series of side-by-side portraits showing dogs before and after they’re soaked with water.
This year will mark forty years since the invention of the first functioning digital camera, and despite it being a measly 0.01 megapixels, it heralded a new age of digital photography and with it came a death cry for film.
For the past two years, Canadian photographer Nicolas Dory has documented the annual migration of the country’s only free-range herd of reindeer, which consists of about 3,000 animals.
After 27 years of shooting daily photo assignments I had found myself at a crossroads in my photojournalism career.
When the Calbuco volcano in southern Chile erupted earlier this week, a number of photographers in the region pulled out their cameras and shot photos and videos of what was going on for the world to see.
Photographer and camera hacker Kevin Kadooka recently built a custom thought-the-lens (TTL) light meter add-on for his Canon P rangefinder.
A couple of nights ago, Hawick, UK-based photographer Sam Cornwell spent some time in the great outdoors taking pictures of the April Lyrids meteor shower that happens from April 16 to April 26 of each year.
Check out the wonderful power cameras have in helping us relive old memories. The video above shows what happened when a 102-year-old woman named Alice Barker was shown old footage and photos of herself when she was a chorus line dancer during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1930s and 1940s.
Footage that was recorded moments before a US marshall destroyed a woman’s cell phone has now emerged.
Going a do-it-yourself (DIY) route is popular among photographers who want the benefits of a certain product without having to shell out money in order to buy the actual thing.
Personal trainer Cassey Ho is a YouTube star with an exercise channel boasting more than 2.1 million subscribers.
Cinematographer Tucker MacDonald created this inspiring video titled “Find What You Love.” It features snippets of commencement speeches given by two men who were titans in their respective fields: tech entrepreneur Steve Jobs and film director Martin Scorsese.
Sony’s A-Mount system hasn’t seen very much love in recent days, but there’s still some activity. As the company promised late last year, today it announced two new versions of popular A-mount lenses: the Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm f/2.8 and the 16-35mm f/2.8.