Articles written by Jack Alexander
National Geographic is receiving criticism online after posting images of some of the world’s oldest trees under the stars. One of the photos featured within the gallery is being called fake, namely due to a number of the stars in the Milky Way appearing to have been cloned.
Presidential photographer Pete Souza, best known for documenting Obama’s years in power, has opened up about the experiences of his career, recalling the day the manhunt for Osama bin Laden reached its climax, as well as revealing whether or not he’d like to shoot Trump’s Presidency.
Reports suggest Canon is to release a "holy Trinity" of L-series mirrorless lenses – those being the 15-35mm, 24-70mm, and 70-200mm f/2.8. The launch is apparently scheduled before the end of July, with all three compatible with its full-frame mirrorless RF mount cameras.
An online tool that can remove image backgrounds instantly has been officially adapted for Photoshop. Previously, the same process required numerous steps and often ended up being a tedious process. However, despite the advancement, images still face the same size restriction issue as the previous online counterpart.
Chasing clients to ensure I am properly credited for my work takes up more of my time than I care to admit. It’s frustrating to see my images used without due recognition, but none more so than this particular incident in which a relatively well-known musician’s team seemed to prefer removing the image from Instagram entirely, rather than simply adding my handle to the caption.
While hype around its folding phone continues, Samsung has also acquired patent approval for another, different type of characteristic: a “multi-face display,” wrapping around both sides of the phone. The feature would allow both the phone user and their subject(s) to see what the image looks like while taking pictures.