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Whether you’re new to photography or a seasoned veteran, photo workshops can help you learn new skills while connecting with other photographers. Today’s workshops are all about the hands-on experience, taking photographers out of the classroom and into the real world. New trends are emerging that are making these workshops more exciting and attractive to...
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This story from news.artnet.com lays out a revealing first in industry and shows how diversity continues to permeate the creative space.  At R O A M, we absolutely love what’s happening at Vogue and applaud their courage in changing the way they do business. The artist currently has work on view at the Aperture Foundation...
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Curated Content from Photolemur. This is a great piece of software and one every photographer lover should have in their arsenal.  I do and love it.     We’re happy to share the first amazing updates Photolemur gets this March. That means we’ve made a few more big steps towards providing you with the best possible...
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Curated Content from PetaPixel     An amazing story of one camera’s incredible journey has emerged over in Asia. The Canon camera was lost at sea for over two years before it was recently discovered, and the owner has just been found thanks to the photos within. A group of schoolchildren was working to clean...
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Curated content form Hugh Brownstone and Three Blind Men and an Elephant. One of the best photo bloggers around, Hugh gives his take on the incredible 400MB images with this beast of a camera.  He has great insight and is a pleasure to watch with his unique style.
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Panasonic’s New Camera: Lumix GH5S LEVI SIM 01/09/2018 0 The GH5S is the latest camera from Panasonic, and it’s carving out an interesting niche. It’s not a replacement for the GH5 (which was made available only one year ago), and it’s got a very interesting feature set. I haven’t had one of these in my...
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On a recent expedition to the South Pole I was enlightened. It was like one of those aha moments. I was attending a class on the Nat Geo Explorer on getting it right in the camera first. Wasn’t sure what the class would be about but I attended.  During the class, the teacher said in...
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Curated content from Photofocus. From the course: Portrait Photography: Business Portraits on LinkedIn Learning Shooting on a tripod or off from Portrait Photography: Business Portraits by Robert Vanelli Course transcript Shooting with a tripod has many benefits, especially if you’re new to photography. What it does is help you minimize camera shake. Now camera shake...
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Curated Content by Patrick Hall FSTOPPERSORIGINAL   The inverse square law is one of the most important yet misunderstood concepts in photography. On the surface, it basically says that the intensity of a light source will decrease as you move the light away from your subject, but how does that apply to the highlights and...
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Curated Content from The Wall Street Journal PHOTO: F. MARTIN RAMIN/ THE WALL STREET JOURNAL By Paul Schrodt MODERN CAMERAS, data storage and software allow you to immortalize pretty much any situation in any configuration, nearly infinitely. Even the pros didn’t have all that 20 years ago. The digital age has spoiled us to the...
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