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The Mother of All Northern Lights Happens Once in Ten Years & This Photographer Captured it Perfectly

The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis is a beautiful natural phenomenon that happens in the Northern Hemisphere. It is the result of the collisions between electrically charged particles coming from the sun that enter the Earth’s atmosphere. There are only a few places in the planet where the Northern Lights can be seen clearly, and photographers documenting it spend a lot of time stalking it in Northern America particularly...

Instagram Unveils A New Search And Explore Page, But It Still Falls Short

Instagram announced a major update to their Search and Explore page today, and while it appeared to be an impressive overhaul, in reality, it is just more of the same. On their blog, Instagram is touting the update as a way to ‘See The World As It Happens’. At an overview, this update includes trending tags and places while also expanding the search feature to make it easier to find people, places, and tags. When opening the new...

ReWrap Podcast Episode 18: The Psychology of Selfies & Why Do Musicians Not Recognize Photographers as Artists?

What a week! The interesting photo news keeps flowing, and we discuss the psychology of selfies, the whole Taylor Swift debacle and why musicians have a hard time treating photographers like artists, DxO’s new camera, and a crippling Photoshop bug. We also demo a brand new omnidirectional microphone for you all. So let’s get at it!http://resourcemagonline.com/audio/ReWrap_Podcast_Episode_18.mp3 Photoshop Healing Brush...

What Type of Photography Do the World’s Most Influential Collectors Buy?

Ever wonder what’s in the photography collections of the world’s foremost collectors? From celebrities, to CEOs, you may be surprised to learn what their personal collections contain. Research for this piece has been collected from biographies of the below photographers and informed by Artnet. Below are the top artists and their most popular photos. Ansel Adams Adams is an American photographer best known for landscape...

Ray Demski Shares Some Awesome, and Different, Tips for Travel Photography in this Short Video

If you’re not familiar with Ray Demski, take a quick peek at his portfolio. Enough said, right? As you may have guessed, this guy really gets around, so he certainly knows a thing or two about creating photography while traveling. In this short video, many useful tips are shared, along with visual examples that could help you on your next outing. There is a Photoshop trick that is especially useful for people who visit touristy...

Is Taylor Swift’s Dad Behind Her Unfair Contract for Photographers?

On Monday morning, we shared the story of Jason Sheldon of Junction 10 Photography, who brought into question Taylor Swift’s contract given to the photographers who shoot her shows. Apparently, the points made in this contract seem to resemble exactly what the pop artist was angered about when she penned her now famous “Open Letter To Apple.” The contract given to photographers is delivered by a company called...

Story of ‘Magnum Photos’ to be Told on the Small Screen

In the circle of photography purists, when one speaks of the topic of photojournalism, two words probably come to mind: “Magnum Photos.” Meanwhile, for the younger generation, the importance of Magnum in its role in documenting our history is slowly getting lost. This is why it comes as a piece of good news that the producers of the critically acclaimed hit TV series “Downton Abbey,” Carnival Films is...

Elinor Carucci’s Latest Photo Collection Explains The Real Effect of Motherhood

On last Wednesday evening, Guggenheim Fellow Photographer Elinor Carucci presented her latest collection, The Effect of Motherhood, which explores the influence of her children’s birth on her editorial and commercial assignments. Held at the Conde Nast Gallery within the World Trade Center, Carucci brought forward selections from her archival work including pieces from her most recent monograph Mother (Prestel, 2014), each printed...

Photographer of the Day: Jason Langer’s Nocturnal “Twenty Years” Book Series

Photographer Jason Langer’s body of work is known for its trademark feature of a noir-hlike portrayals of the urban world, most often set in the nocturnal settings of city streets, dimly lit corners and darkened rooms. The method on which he showcases these black and white images give a hint of mystery that shrouds most of his subjects. Haunting portraits and shadowy compositions provides an in depth look at the many cities...

Critical Photoshop CC 2015 Healing Brush Bug: “Salt-Like” Pixel Artifacts Appearing

With the new release of Photoshop CC 2015 bringing a bunch of awesome new features, it unfortunately brought a not so awesome bug I’ve discovered specifically involving the healing brush tool. Myself, as a retoucher, needs this tool more than anything and whatever Adobe did to make the tool work faster (which was great), also… kind of broke it (not great). Basically, what happens is when you’re using the healing...

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The Mother of All Northern Lights Happens Once in Ten Years & This Photographer Captured it Perfectly
Ray Demski Shares Some Awesome, and Different, Tips for Travel Photography in this Short Video
Elinor Carucci’s Latest Photo Collection Explains The Real Effect of Motherhood
Critical Photoshop CC 2015 Healing Brush Bug: “Salt-Like” Pixel Artifacts Appearing
Mikme’s Tiny Wireless Microphone Could Change Our Expectations for Quality Audio Anywhere
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  • The Mother of All Northern Lights Happens Once in Ten Years & This Photographer Captured it Perfectly

  • Ray Demski Shares Some Awesome, and Different, Tips for Travel Photography in this Short Video

  • Elinor Carucci’s Latest Photo Collection Explains The Real Effect of Motherhood

  • Critical Photoshop CC 2015 Healing Brush Bug: “Salt-Like” Pixel Artifacts Appearing

  • Mikme’s Tiny Wireless Microphone Could Change Our Expectations for Quality Audio Anywhere

  • Check Out This Short Film Shot Entirely on iPhone, About an iPhone’s “Life and Death”

  • Cameo, Vimeo’s Mobile Editing App, Just Shed its Dead Weight and Got Way, Way Better

  • Long Exposure Photos Without Any Filters? Joshua Cripps Shows Us How This is Possible

  • How Well Does Dehaze Actually Work in Photoshop and Lightroom?

  • This is the Biggest Educational Bundle We’ve Ever Seen: $4000 in Photo Education, Software and Memberships for $99