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Another great post from Noupe today, I've never done much Architecture photography but these examples are just wow. See all the shots over on Noupe... 50 Beautiful Examples of Architecture Photography Read more
This we've week our users have been focusing on the themes of Faces and Shadows, can you see any influence of this in our top 20? 1) There are some things you just can't live without. by Lauren Dahlhauser 2) Friday I'm in Love by Debbie Shelby 3) TIME by jaydee hiroyito 4) First butterfly of the season by Bill Dodsworth 5) Photoshop can do... Read more
Once upon a time, we had a blog, it was fun while it lasted but eventually, like a discarded can of coke, it fizzled out. Today we have thrown out the old and embraced the new, we are delighted to announce that the blog has been revamped, revised and re-something-elsed! We have a whole load of new ideas to keep it... Read more
This is the first in a series of interviews we will be showing on the blog with members from the 365 Project. Hopefully you will enjoy reading about some of your fellow 365ers. We start off with Carl. Carl has been doing his 365 Project for almost 5 months, I've been following him since he joined and he has continued... Read more
This week marks the start of the Official Top 20 Chart from The 365 Project. It's been designed to showcase the best and the boldest from the site this week. The list is compiled from data collected from the site, including favs, comments and views. Any photo on the site can make it in to this chart, not just photos added... Read more
Noupe has a great post today with some great examples of Multiplicity in photographs, we did a post about this a few weeks ago How To Multiply Yourself "Multiplicity is a photography technique in which the same person is photographed from different angles and directions and then the bunch of photographs are digitally re-mastered in Photoshop showing clones of the person... Read more
Another fun trick to try is going out at night and taking a really long abstract photo of a light source. A post over in the discussion area shows how to go about creating this effect in your own images. Making Crazy Light Trails shows you how. Read more
A while back I posted on the discussion board about how to achieve the cool effect of duplicating yourself many times in 1 photo, as in the picture below. I'm putting a link back to the original post as I think people may still find it useful and it's gotten rather lost in the discussion area now. To find out how to... Read more
A few months back I posted a discussion thread on how to achieve the effect seen in the image below. It's called Slow Shutter Panning and is a fun way to experiment with the shutter speed on your camera. Check out the replies to the post too as there were some good comments and suggestions made. For full details read the original... Read more
In last weeks edition of the Newsly Weekletter I decided to try something a bit different. Instead of putting a grid of 6 photos into a table and displaying them side by side I figured I should get a bit funky on you. Now my idea of funky isn't 60's style luminous colours or anything like that, I'm more of... Read more
Are you a gadget addict? Do you love new toys? Then read on for my personal pick of accessories you need to have in your kit bag! All of these items I own and can personally recommend. 1) Bottle Top Tripod The Bottle Top Pod is just genius, throw them in your kit bag / handbag and you instantly have a tripod... Read more
In our last post I covered just What is a 365 Project? In this post I'd like to cover how to get started and how to keep it up! 1) Pick a Subject... or Don't Most 365 Projects have some kind of theme running through them, personally my theme is just my life, I use my 365 Project as more of a... Read more