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Boston PD Apprehend Drone Lollygagging Over Fenway

Fenway Park is one of America’s most iconic sports stadiums. So it’s no shock that someone would want to fly their drone near the iconic stadium. The only problem with that is that you can’t do that... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, News, Boston, America, Fenway Park, Fenway


500px’s Owners Apparently Tried to Claim Copyright on the Black Hole Pic…

The debut of the first-ever picture of a black hole was probably one of the biggest stories this author has ever covered on this blog. The picture came to us as the result of a years-long... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, News


Godox Comes Out Swinging in Denial of Stealing Profoto’s A1

We brought you the story a couple weeks back about Profoto accusing Godox of stealing its design for their V1 round-head flash. Profoto even warned optical equipment merchants that, if they stocked... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, News


At the Blonde Squirrel Café...

... you can talk about whatever you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Squirrel, Ann Althouse, Blonde Squirrel Café


Tweets and Photos: Man Utd players react to beating West Ham

Manchester United returned to winning ways, albeit with a laboured win over West Ham United this evening. The Red Devils needed to penalties –... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, West Ham


Tips for shooting cinematic footage with the Zhiyun Crane 3 LAB

During NAB 2019, DIYP had the chance to sit down with DP Rah Sharma on the Zhiyun stand to talk about how he uses the Zhiyun Crane 3 LAB for shooting cinematic footage. As you can see from the rig Rah’s using, which includes a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K in a SmallRig cage with a matte […] The post Tips for shooting cinematic footage with the Zhiyun Crane 3 LAB appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Crane 3, Crane 3 LAB, Zhiyun Crane 3 LAB, NAB 2019, Rah Sharma


The ASUS StudioBook S laptop has an Intel Xeon CPU, 64GB RAM, 4TB SSD and NVidia Quadro GPU

When it comes to editing on location, particularly video, the biggest challenge is finding laptops with enough grunt to really let you get the performance you need to work through things quickly. And while there are some great laptops out there for this kind of work, you do start to feel those bottlenecks after a […] The post The ASUS StudioBook S laptop has an Intel Xeon CPU, 64GB RAM, 4TB SSD and NVidia Quadro GPU appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Asus, Gear, Laptop, Video Editing, Asus Laptop, NAB 2019, ASUS StudioBook S


Adobe talks Content-aware Fill for Video, Freeform View in Premiere and GPU performance boosts

The latest Creative Cloud update from Adobe brought with it a lot of new features, changes and fixes for the whole suite. Three of the biggest are content-aware fill for video in After Effects, Freeform view for Premiere Pro and some pretty massive GPU performance upgrades. DIYP spoke with Adobe at NAB 2019 about these […] The post Adobe talks Content-aware Fill for Video, Freeform View in Premiere and GPU performance boosts appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, After Effects, Performance, Gpu, Premiere Pro, NAB 2019


G-Technology’s Rugged storage line offers up to 4TB space and 2.8GB/sec superfast SSDs

G-Technology has been a trusted name in portable hard drives for a long time. I’ve been using their ev ATC drives myself as my location backup solution myself. But as storage and speed demands increase, technology has to move forward. G-Technology was at NAB 2019, so DIYP had a chat with them about some of […] The post G-Technology’s Rugged storage line offers up to 4TB space and 2.8GB/sec superfast SSDs appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Ssd, Western Digital, Rugged, G-drive, NAB 2019, G-Tech, G-Technology


The Most Stunning Celebrity Hair & Makeup Looks Straight Out Of Coachella

Like clockwork, celebrities flock to the California desert every April for a weekend (or two) of sun and outdoor concert-hopping at Coachella. Yes, festival season kicked off this weekend and, if the flood of palm trees and private jet interiors on your feed is any indication, the most excitable A-listers swarmed the valley. Even better, judging by the first round of Instagram posts, the whole festival season week going to be full of next-level looks.Ahead, we've rounded up the best of celebr...
Tags: Elsa, Fashion, Music, Kacey Musgraves, Instagram, California, Los Angeles, Katy Perry, Oxford, Kardashian, Coachella, Victoria Justice, Kevin, Palm Desert, Jasmine Tookes, Romee Strijd


Exposures: The Infinite Scroll

Life under the unbreakable lure of the screen.
Tags: Photography, News, Social Media, Computers and the Internet


Mastering Freelance Photography – How to Plan, Shoot and Sell Your Images

There is a lot to be said for working for yourself. Setting your own hours, choosing who you work for and where and when you do jobs. To someone doing a nine to five desk job, sometimes these... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Business, Photography


Link About It: This Week’s Picks

The first-ever photo of a black hole, artwork-adorned Japanese currency, inspiration from Milan Design week and more First-Ever Photo of a Supermassive Black Hole Truly a quantum leap, astronomers have “seen the unseeable” and captured an image of a supermassive black hole—a “smoke ring framing a one-way portal to eternity,” Dennis Overbye writes for the New York Times. A planet-sized network of eight radio telescopes—called …
Tags: Photography, Space, Science, Design, Environment, History, Furniture, Asteroids, Archeology, Black Holes, Self-driving, Linkaboutit, Dark Blue, Link About It, Milan Design Week, Verner Panton


Photography news: Sony brings Eye Autofocus to critters via A.I.

In this week's photography news, the Sony a7 III and a7R III have some new capabilities, thanks to updated firmware. Lexar teases a crazy fast 1,000MB/s memory card, while Vimeo launches bulk upload possibilities. The post Photography news: Sony brings Eye Autofocus to critters via A.I. appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Sony, Vimeo, Lexar, Pixelmator Pro


35 Awe-Inspiring Photographs of Dunes

Although desert photography is quite hard to achieve due to sand and strong light from the sun, it is always a delight. These magnificent bodies of sand have been with us for various centuries (even... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Outdoor Photography


2019 Spring Into Action 5K in Fort Kent

Results ~ Courtesy of CompetitorME Results ~ 5k ~ 39 Finishers Results ~ 10K ~ 9 Finishers Results for the Kids One Mile race was not published Awards for the race This event was covered by Suzanne Morneault.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Running, Fort Kent, Gabrielle Wheeler, Gage LeTourneau, Jayee Fox, Steve Dubois, Suzanne Morneault, Thomas Wire


Photo: Liverpool’s Sadio Mane poses with Premier League Player of the Month award

Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has been named Premier League Player of the Month for March. The Senegal international scored three goals in four games... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool


Photographer Recaptured Old Photos Of Berlin To Show How Much It Has Changed Over The Years

Linie C (1923/2019) According to Jo Furch: “For about half a year now, I’ve been going out almost every day to recapture old photos of Berlin as accurately as possible. I started doing this to better understand how the banality of everyday life continues despite historically extreme periods of time. Many “anchors” in the city landscape like old houses and trees help to build a bridge to... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Germany, Berlin, Retro, Cityscapes


“Untypical Girls”: Early Photographs Of Women In Punk From Between The Late 1970s And Early 1990s

Punk girls with Belinda Carlisle from the Go-Go’s in the center. Los Angeles, 1978. Photo by Mike Murphy. These rarely seen, personal photographs, taken from Sam Knee’s forthcoming book, Untypical Girls: Styles and Sounds of the Transatlantic Indie Revolution, chart the rise of women in alternative music. From the advent of punk in late-70s Britain to grunge via no wave, indie... Source
Tags: Photography, Music, Design, Women, Rock, Punk, Retro


Explore Neon-Lit, Cyberpunk Moscow Suburbs With This Bladerunner-Inspired Photographer

The air is grainy with mist and suspense. Passersby with smudged faces move against a backdrop of endless tower blocks and the dull sheen of wet asphalt, lit by the neon glare of signs advertising bargain stores, sex shops, and kebab kiosks. These aren’t stills from a new Ridley Scott or David Lynch film, but an Instagram account documenting the lives of the Moscow suburbs, a project of the... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Russia, Cyberpunk, Night, Neon, Bladerunner, Konstantin Vikhrov, Noscow


World Press Photo Contest 2019 Winners

The winner: crying girl on the border, by John Moore. Yanela, from Honduras, cries as her mother, Sandra Sanchez, is searched by a US border patrol agent, in McAllen, Texas, US. This image was also nominated in the “spot news” category. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images/World Press Photo 2019) General news, singles winner: the disappearance of Jamal Kashoggi, by Chris McGrath. Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Photo, World, Press, Contest, Winners


Why can’t we celebrate an image without snark?

I’ve read The Onion headlines and McSweeney’s pieces that have knocked me off my chair. I can still remember staying up late during high school to watch Saturday Night Live sketches like “Change Bank,” or Dave Chapelle’s Killing Me Softly on HBO. I’m a person who can appreciate good humor and satire. This is neither. Slate staff writer Heather Schwedel’s attempted […] The post Why can’t we celebrate an image without snark? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Black Hole, Allen Murabayashi, Supermassive Black Hole


Mike's Idea of Photography (Creativity and Accomplishment)

Mike's theory of photography is that no matter how hard you try to curry favor with the gods of success, most of your pictures will suck (because we're essentially dealing with chance)...but a few won't. But it's important to divide photographing into its components. On the one hand, you have the people who make the work: that's the "creativity" side of the divide. On the other hand, you have the big constellation of issues around how those people somehow intersect with the audience; that's what...
Tags: Photography, Reflections, Michael Johnston


The breakout star of Pete Buttigieg’s 2020 campaign? His husband Chasten

Chasten Buttigieg has gained a sizable following – and boosted his husband’s campaign – with his candid social media posts about life on the trailPete Buttigieg watches as his husband, Chasten, plays with their dog Buddy at their home in South Bend, Indiana. Photograph: Joshua Lott/The Washington Post/Getty ImagesAlthough he is yet to formally enter the 2020 presidential race, Pete Buttigieg has wowed crowds at town halls, raised more money than better-known rivals and placed near the top of Iow...
Tags: News, Instagram, White House, New Hampshire, New York Times, Iowa, Times, Peter, Chasten, Human Rights Campaign, Pete, Truman, Adam Rippon, South Bend Indiana, Buttigieg, Pete Buttigieg



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