Edward Burtynsky thinks big. Since the 1980s, he has been making large-format images of the extraction and exploitation of natural resources and the impact of these vast operations on the environment. His latest project is his most ambitious to date.
While the United States military has been in Afghanistan and Iraq for the better part of nearly two decades, photographer Jeremy Lock's military career started just a decade earlier, before 9/11, in 1992 when he enlisted in the Air Force. Lock comes from a long line of family members in the military.
Learning where and how to light a scene is essential in cinematography—I mean, many DPs have waxed poetic about how that's all it is—but that's only half of the equation; you also need to learn where and how to "unlight" a scene. What the hell am I talking about?
At Adobe MAX 2018, Adobe evangelist, photographer and educator Julieanne Kost held a session covering many advanced tips and tricks for Photoshop CC. You can see additional sessions from Adobe MAX 2018 by clicking here.
The power of gold to both subject and liberate those who are drawn by its lustre is at the heart of one of Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado's most celebrated photographic series. It sold last month as a complete portfolio of 20 selenium-toned silver prints for £118,750 at Sotheby's in London.
While people have largely stopped buying your run-of-the-mill point-and-shoots, there's still plenty of interest in compact cameras with large sensors and advanced features. Sony's RX100 series has definitely catered to that interest as one of the first cameras to wedge a 1-inch sensor into an impossibly small camera body.
If you haven't heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses. In the past six years or so, over 800 universities have created more than 10,000 of these MOOCs.
Pick up a magazine or fall down Instagram's rabbit hole and you're likely to come across at least one photograph lit up by an unnaturally bright flash - a flash that floods the space, evenly illuminating every detail in vivid color.