Matthew Hartman decided to surprise his girlfriend Elisabeth with a proposal she would never forget!
Jeffrey Martin, Holger Schulze and Tom Mills (360Cities.net) came together to break the record for panoramic images!
I stumbled across Tony Northrup’s Channel early last year and immediately subscribed to his channel after watching one of his videos. Through these videos, I discovered that he has also written a book titled, “How to Create: Stunning Digital Photography”.
The image was taken from the very top of the tallest building on earth, Dubai’s Burj Kahlifa. This is the same building that Tom Cruise was climbing in “Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol”.
Nikon’s my Picturetown was their first attempt to create a photo sharing platform. Even as a Nikon shooter I had never heard of this service.
I discovered the Hong Kong Peak by watching the infamous DRTV videos and their various reviews and camera tests which had taken them up to the Hong Kong Peak at times.
With camera phones improving their technology, everyone effectively has a camera in their pocket which is definitely taking away from the ‘point and shoot’ market, and with aggressive pricing competition with online specialist retailers, it is hard to keep up profits to maintain high street stores.
The news for the Adobe Creative Suite CS2 spread like wildfire; unfortunately this is not the case.
When I first began Photography I absolutely loved shooting Cityscapes at night. My most favourite spot to shoot was in London, around the Southbank area.
If you still have your Christmas decorations up, it’s a great opportunity to start using these Christmas lights of yours to create some amazing Bokeh.
With Christmas quite literally around the corner, or already here depending what time zone you’re in, I thought it would be good to share this awesome Time Lapse video by Mattia Bicchi.
After 4yrs of its life in Canon’s production line, Canon have decided to retire the 5D MKII.