Find Your Creative Style With Split Toning

In my opinion, the most under-appreciated tool within all of Lightroom has got to be Split Toning. Not only is this a great option to solve many photo-related problems, but it’s also an excellent way to work towards developing your own creative editing style. If you’re not familiar with Split Toning, it’s a fairly straightforward […] Continue reading Find Your Creative Style With Split Toning

Meyer Optik Görlitz is Back from the Dead with a New Owner

After years of running hugely successful Kickstarter campaigns but widely failing to deliver on its promises, net SE (the company behind the revivals of Meyer Optik Görlitz and other vintage brands) filed for bankruptcy this year. Now a German company called OPC Optics has announced that it has acquired the rights to the Meyer Optik […] Continue reading Meyer Optik Görlitz is Back from the Dead with a New Owner

These Portraits Show How People Are Just Like Their Pets

Over time, people often seem to look more and more like the pets they love and care for. Photographer Olga Fedorova wanted to capture this on camera, so she shot pairs of portraits of people with their pets. The project is titled Pet’n’Me. “Like owner, like pet… This saying has never been so true,” Fedorova […] Continue reading These Portraits Show How People Are Just Like Their Pets

Dear Camera Companies: Please Make Slower, Lighter Prime Lenses Between 50mm and 150mm

PetaPixel recently published an open letter from photographer Usman Dawood entitled: “Dear Camera Companies: Please Make a Fast Lens Between 50mm and 85m.” Today, I am asking for the pretty much the opposite: slower, lighter prime lenses. Unlike Mr. Dawood, I am an amateur photographer, though I am a veteran of many years in the […] Continue reading Dear Camera Companies: Please Make Slower, Lighter Prime Lenses Between 50mm and 150mm

That ‘Debunking’ of a Paris Protest Fire Photo is Fake

One of the most viral photos of the past few days has been a side-by-side comparison of two photos that purports to show how photographers covering the Paris protests are misrepresenting the truth. “Paris burns” pic.twitter.com/VpG7nAVdhY — Miko Flohr (@mikofLohr) December 9, 2018 Perspective matters … pic.twitter.com/BOk7p4z7Ex — Dovey Wan (@DoveyWan) December 9, 2018 […] Continue reading That ‘Debunking’ of a Paris Protest Fire Photo is Fake