Anthropics Portrait Pro Editing Software Review

The post Anthropics Portrait Pro Editing Software Review appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Carl Spring. Anthropics Portrait Pro 19 is the latest version of its incredibly popular retouching software. This piece of software allows users to create professional retouches without needing to spend hours learning several techniques. Instead, Portrait Pro …

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These ‘Photos’ of Roman Emperors Were Made Using AI and Photoshop

Sculpted busts give us an idea of what ancient Roman emperors looked like, but what if they had posed for photo portraits? That’s what designer/cinematographer Daniel Voshart explores using AI and Photoshop in his Roman Emperor Project. After gathering 800 images of busts found online, Voshart used the neural-network tool Artbreeder, historical research, and his …

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Man Inherits Treasure Trove of Unseen Street Photos From His Grandfather

Back in 2014, photography enthusiast Dylan Scalet inherited a sizable collection of photos shot by his grandfather, Jack Sharp. It wasn’t until the COVID-19 lockdown that he began digitizing the film, and in doing so, Scalet discovered that he had a treasure trove of beautiful (and previously unseen) street photos showing life in Europe over …

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Meyer Optik Görlitz Launches the Lydith 30mm f/3.5 II Lens

After launching the Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 II back in June, the return of Meyer Optik Görlitz lenses under new ownership marches on today with the release of the new Lydith 30mm f/3.5 II. Compared to the first Lydith 30mm f/3.5 revival launched through a Kickstarter campaign back in 2017, the new Lydith 30mm f/3.5 II …

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How to Shoot Dramatic Portraits with a Point and Shoot Camera and One Light

Photographer and YouTuber Jiggie Alejandrino loves to show his viewers what’s possible when shooting with just one light; but for his most recent tutorial, he took the concept one step further. Not only did he shoot this using a single LED light panel, he used a point-and-shoot camera instead of his more professional gear. “I …

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Lensrentals Breaks Open Canon’s New 600mm f/11 Lens to See How it Works

The good people at Lensrentals are at it again. Using a combination of tools, expertise, and sheer moxie, they’ve broken into one of the most interesting lenses to be released by Canon in recent memory: the fixed-aperture RF 600mm f/11 IS STM. When rumors first surfaced that Canon would release a 600mm f/11 and 800mm …

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Simple Hack ‘Proves’ Canon EOS R5 Overheating Limit is Artificial

After a DPReview forum user suggested that the controversial overheating and recovery time limits on the new Canon EOS R5 may not be based on temperature at all, several people have tried various “hacks” that seem to prove him right. Based on these tests there is an artificial timer built into the camera’s firmware, which …

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A New Adobe Lightroom Update Just Deleted Customers’ Photos and Presets

The post A New Adobe Lightroom Update Just Deleted Customers’ Photos and Presets appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. Last week, Adobe released Lightroom 5.4.0, a routine update meant for the iPad and iPhone Lightroom app. But it soon became clear that the update was far more than users …

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The Best Photos from GuruShots’ ‘Inspirational Architecture’ Challenge

The Best Photos from GuruShots’ ‘Inspirational Architecture’ Challenge

GuruShots, the “World’s Greatest Photo Game,” has announced the winners of its “Inspirational Architecture” challenge, which received thousands of entries and over 36.4 million votes. The “Top Photographer” winner of the contest is Matthias Arnold of Germany. The “Top Photo” winner is Horvath Tomi of Hungary. Photo by Horvath Tomi – Hungary. The “Top Photo” …

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