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Incredible Architectural Shots: Built Environment Photography Award Winners Announced

Each year the Chartered Institute of Building, a global organization representing construction and property professionals, hosts a photography competition called The Art of Building. Photographers from over 100 countries send in their best shots celebrating the built environment. Here are 2019's winners, who've just been announced: Public Choice Award Alexandr Bormotin"The new Moscow metro station is made in a futuristic style." Judge's Award Pedro Luis Ajuriaguerra Saiz"Due to the reflection of...
Tags: Photography, Design, London, New York City, Architecture, Hungary, Moscow, Kiev, Peter Murrell, Berlin Germany, Verona Italy, Kiev Ukraine, Baker Street, Noida India, Chartered Institute of Building, Westfield World Trade Center


At the Gray Sunrise Café...

... you can talk about whatever you want. Photo time: 7:19. Actual sunrise time: 7:17. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


Is a 45MP Canon EOS R5 with IBIS and 8K Video in the Works?

Will the gear rumors ever end? Nope. Because, just like actual product, promising the public that you’re going to match or best the competition is its own kind of arms race. And, wow, does today’s... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Canon EOS, Photography News


Random

More random shots in Paris, mostly in the Left Bank. Cosy seating with Ben Franklin watching on from behind. That is one ancient wall inside this café. When you see iron studs in a door, they are really ancient. I love this sign. It’s the Year of the Rat for the Chinese New Year as seen by the tea offered at Marriage Freres, along with a porcelain rat.
Tags: Travel, Photos, Signs, Ben Franklin, Paris, Doors, Seating, Mariage Freres, Marriage Freres


Facebook's Jay Parikh, the veteran datacenter exec who helped the company cope with explosive user growth, is the latest insider to leave (FB)

Veteran Facebook executive Jay Parikh, who helped build out company's global technical infrastructure, announced Tuesday that he will be stepping down. Parikh oversaw the massive expanse of software and hardware that allows Facebook to operate and also ran its internet drone project. He is the latest in a string of veteran executives to leave the social network in the past 18 months. Parikh did not say when he will step down or what he plans to do next, only that he'll be focused on transition...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Trends, Zuckerberg, Chris Cox, Jay Parikh, Parikh, Dan Rose, Veteran Facebook


Canon to release “EOS R5” camera with 45-megapixel IBIS sensor and 8K video

Well, this has been an interesting one. Rumours have been flying all day about an upcoming Canon mirrorless camera. That camera, according to Canon Rumors now appears to essentially be a mirrorless update to the 5D Mark IV. The EOS R5 will have a 45-megapixel sensor, shoot up to 20fps and insanely high resolution 8K […] The post Canon to release “EOS R5” camera with 45-megapixel IBIS sensor and 8K video appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Canon, Rumor, Canon Rumors, Rumour, Canon Mirrorless, Canon EOS R5, EOS R5


Modesti: Kobe Bryant’s story presents unique triumphs and tragedy

We’re all too used to the tragedy of a great athlete dying young. We make movies about such sad figures: Lou Gehrig. Steve Prefontaine. Brian Piccolo. We’re not as prepared, it turns out, to handle the tragedy of a great ex-athlete dying young. It’s one of the reasons that Bryant’s Song is a different story. By the time he died at age 41 along with his daughter Gianna and seven others in a helicopter crash in Calabasas on Sunday, Kobe Bryant was into a second act that was all the more amazing to...
Tags: Hollywood, Instagram, John Lennon, Angels, Sports, America, Sport, Soccer, United States, Italy, Nba, Espn, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Lakers, The Lakers


Buddhist street musician surprise

Tokyo is a city of contrasts, as well as constant surprises, so even if you know what’s round the next corner, you never really know what you are going to see. It could, for example, be a Buddhist playing a bamboo flute. Or possibly even more unexpected, a foreign person taking photographs.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Religion, Culture, Tokyo, Buddhist


Amanda Holden's rainbow jumper has Instagram fans racing to buy

Amanda Holden injected some colour into her look on Wednesday morning, sporting a fabulous...
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Emma Willis' daughter Trixie did mum's makeup and the photo is priceless!

The Voice host Emma Willis has really made us giggle with her latest Instagram post. The...
Tags: Instagram, Voice, Trixie, Emma Willis


A checklist of equipment & tools for an NGO photographer

Photojournalism and documentary photography are fields that most of the time are developed gradually and exponentially while gaining more experience, building up a quality portfolio, and mastering the art of telling a story with a series of images. Knowledge and skills are obtained with the pass of the years whereas working with the equipment that […] The post A checklist of equipment & tools for an NGO photographer appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, NGO


Halo Edition Creates Glorious Spectrums of Color

Project sunset-like color art in your home or office Designed to produce optical works of art, Mandalaki’s Halo Edition comprises a collection of patented lighting instruments—for use in homes, offices or even galleries—that produce varying auras of red, yellow, gold, purple, and blue light. The sunset-like presentation is possible due to thousands of hours of research into the process of isolating frequencies of white light …
Tags: Art, Design, Milan, Home Decor, Colors, Lights, Lighting, Lenses, James Turrell, Mandalaki, Color Spectrums, Halo Edition, Optical Instruments, Spectrums


Product Hunt launches beta of YourStack, a home for your favorite things

The team behind Product Hunt is launching a new social network called YourStack, a platform aiming to connect people that are passionate about products and help them discover what things their friends love. “It’s super simple, you just search through and create a stack of products you love.” Product Hunt founder Ryan Hoover tells TechCrunch. “We wanted to make sure it wasn’t just software, but also games and books and beauty products, you name it.” YourStack’s catalog doesn’t have every produ...
Tags: Startups, Apps, Twitter, Instagram, Tech, Hoover, Bernie Sanders, Ryan Hoover, Product Hunt, Angellist, YourStack


Inside the business of Bon Appétit's wildly popular YouTube channel, which has made editors like Claire Saffitz into social-media stars

Condé Nast has found viral success on YouTube by turning some of the editors and chefs behind Bon Appétit magazine into social-media stars.  Bon Appétit's YouTube channel has 5 million subscribers and its most popular show, "Gourmet Makes," averages between 3 million and 5 million views an episode.  Business Insider spoke to the people behind the YouTube channel, like video director Dan Siegal and contributing food editor and star of "Gourmet Makes" Claire Saffitz, on why they have succeeded w...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Vogue, Conde Nast, Ken Burns, Usc, Bon Appetit, Claire, Rapoport, Adam Rapoport, Pop Tarts, Siegal, Claire Saffitz, Saffitz


I am bananas for these behind-the-scenes photos of Planet of the Apes

Makeup artist John Chambers' work on Planet of the Apes (1968) is a high point in Hollywood prosthetics. The characters don't look like real apes, but they have an interesting mix of ape and human. Combined with costume designer Morton Haack's outfits, the overall effect is spectacular and unforgettable. I learned that photographer Dennis Stock took a bunch of behind-the-scenes photos during the shooting of the movie, and you can browse them at Magnum Photos. [via Flashbak]
Tags: Post, Photography, Hollywood, News, Planet Of The Apes, Magnum Photos, John Chambers, Dennis Stock, Flashbak, Morton Haack


Photos: Liverpool’s new training kit gets the seal of approval from Gini Wijnaldum

Liverpool trained in their new training kit for the first time at Melwood today. The Reds were put through their paces as they prepare to face West... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Liverpool, Reds, Melwood, Gini Wijnaldum, Kitman


Video and Photos: Christian Eriksen’s first Inter Milan training session

It was straight to work for former Tottenham Hotspur playmaker Christian Eriksen today at his new club Inter Milan. The Denmark international’s... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Tottenham Hotspur, Italy, Tottenham, Denmark, Christian Eriksen, Inter Milan, Football videos


If only I were a male photographer

I consider myself a reasonably good photographer. Of course, that’s subjective, and some may disagree with me. But when I look at my photographs, I’m filled with immense pride. They continue to move me and touch the part of my brain where art translates to goose-bumps and emotion. They say if you want to be […] The post If only I were a male photographer appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Female, Male, Female photographers, Gillian May


for the love of travel: make light season 5, episode 9

If there’s one thing that I hold has a high priority for my life and my family, it’s travel. As a multiracial, multinational family, this really isn’t that surprising: both my husband and I are immigrants to the United States, and it’s important to us that our daughter sees the world. It’s important she understands how her life is different from the lives of people in other countries – and more importantly, how it’s the same...
Tags: Photography, United States, Pam, Pam Mandel, The Make Light Show


How Bella Kotak takes you on a magical journey with her dreamy images

If you are a fan of dreamy, whimsical images, I believe you’re familiar with Bella Kotak‘s work. She creates her own fantasy scenes and stories that take you into magical worlds when you look at them. Thanks to SmugMug Films, we can take a peek behind Bella’s dreamlike worlds and find out more about how […] The post How Bella Kotak takes you on a magical journey with her dreamy images appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Creative Photography, Portrait Photographer, Portrait Photography, Bella, Photography Projects, Bella Kotak, Smugmug, SmugMug Films, Dreamy, Portrait Project


iOS finally lets you shoot yourself and a friend with this multi-cam app

You don't need two cameras or editing software to shoot multi-cam videos any more — just an app and an iPhone.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, Dual Camera, Filmic Pro, iPhone X, iPhone 11, Picture In Picture


Drone pilot captures great white shark lurking near swimmers in Australia

When a 17-year-old Cameron Grace recently flew his drone on Australian beach, I doubt he had in mind that his hobby would prevent a dangerous encounter. While flying his DJI Spark, he spotted a shark lurking only meters away from two swimmers. Thanks to his and his aunt’s quick reaction, the swimmers managed to get […] The post Drone pilot captures great white shark lurking near swimmers in Australia appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Australia, Shark, Sharks, Aerial, Beach, Aerial Photography, Cameron Grace, Beachgoers, DJI Spark


This classic bellows camera recharges with phone cord and spits out Instax film

Part folding bellows camera, part modern Instax camera, the Jollylook Auto looks and feels like a classic cam.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Kickstarter, Instax, Analog Film, Jollylook


Venezuelan police capture fugitive Colombian senator who fled via dentist's office

Venezuelan special police detained a fugitive Colombian former senator who had illegally crossed the border, the force's chief said, four months after she escaped custody by climbing out of her dentist's office in Bogota. Aida Merlano, a former Conservative senator who was imprisoned last year for vote buying, made her theatrical escape in October, lowering herself with a rope and fleeing on the back of a delivery motorcycle. Jose Dominguez, head of Venezuela's FAES Special Action Force, wrote...
Tags: News, Instagram, Venezuela, Maracaibo, Jose Dominguez, Zulia, Bogota Aida Merlano, FAES Special Action Force


What is the 500 Rule in Photography?

If you’re into night sky photography in any way then it’s only a matter of time before you run across somebody talking about the “500 Rule” - sometimes referred to as the “rule of 500.” It’s a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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2019 Travel Photographer of the Year brings breathtaking photos from all over the world

Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) has just announced the winners of its 2019 competition. Among tens of thousands of submissions, the judges have selected the best of the best. The winners come from all corners of the globe and show us just how incredible, diverse, but also harsh our planet is. The contest has […] The post 2019 Travel Photographer of the Year brings breathtaking photos from all over the world appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Inspiration, Competition, Travel Photography, Contest, Photography Competition, Travel Photographer, Photo Contest, Photography Contest, Travel Photographer Of The Year


The Jollylook Auto is a “modern vintage” folding instant film camera

Those old folding film cameras are great. I’ve used a bunch of them over the years, and love when I get the chance to take my Agfa Isolette out the door to shoot off a few rolls. But that folding camera form factor seems to be making something of a comeback, but with a bit […] The post The Jollylook Auto is a “modern vintage” folding instant film camera appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Kickstarter, Instax, Film Camera, Instant Camera, Vintage Cameras, Jollylook, Jollylook Auto


FiLMiC DoubleTake is a free app that lets you shoot with two different iPhone cameras at the same time

FiLMiC has launched a new and very cool app named DoubleTake. It’s is a free app that lets you shoot with two different iPhone cameras at the same time. You can choose between all available cameras on your device and simultaneously shoot two different videos with the same device. DoubleTake is available on recent iPhone […] The post FiLMiC DoubleTake is a free app that lets you shoot with two different iPhone cameras at the same time appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Video, News, Filmmaking, Mobile Video, Smartphone Video, Filmic Pro, DoubleTake


In case you’re looking for me…

…I’m on Instagram. Visit CanadianBeauty.com to read the rest of this article.
Tags: Instagram, Beauty, More Than Beauty, IGTV


Ismail Sirdah Shares How to Have Instagram Success With Your Photography Skills

Hi, I’m Ismail Sirdah, and I’ve got some powerful Instagram tips for you that will help you promote your photography. You see, Instagram is a fickle beast when it comes to promoting yourself and your brand, and doing it in the wrong way can quickly turn off your followers causing them to lose interest. Fortunately, learning a few simple tricks and strategies will help you to overcome these issues, and allow you to promote your brand without the fear of a backlash for being too “promotional.” Let...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Sales, Cta, Blog & Grow, Ismail Sirdah, Instagram Success Starts



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