A Personal Note to All of You Elitist Photographers – From the Desk of Pye
In this original editorial, I talk about all the ridiculous opinions photographers have about other photographers and their art.
A Case Of Split Personality | An Interview with Nathan Ikon Crumpton
At first glance, Nathan Ikon Crumpton’s images look like a crazy computer mishap. But when you look closer, you can see the beauty of two perfectly merged photos into one amazing masterpiece. His split portraits are nothing short of show stopping.
Oben Tripod Review – CT-3451 Carbon Fiber Tripod with BE-113T
I spend a ton of time traveling and hiking to remote photography spots, so I am forever in search of lightweight, sturdy tripods. Because a majority of my photography is ultra-low-light night timelapse, I shoot with heavy full-frame DSLR equipment and large-aperture, high-quality lenses.
Creating Art with a Camera – Interview with Nature and Cultural Photographer Art Wolfe
Having published almost 90 books and videos teaching photography technique, his images on two U.S. Postage stamps, and hosted his own television series, renowned photographer, Art Wolfe has quite a few accomplishments under his belt in a career that has spanned over three decades.
Could Better White Balance & More Come From The New Auto-Colorize Ability With Photoshop?
This new ability may let you see the world as the photographic legends before saw it, but how much farther can we take it?