Autumn Rhythm, Number 30 (1950), Jackson Pollack No photo ever does a Pollack justice. I’m almost embarrassed to post this. Really – just go to New York and see it for yourself. It’s at The Met.
A long time ago, I hosted a guest post that explained how to create panoramas in Photoshop. More recently, on a trip to New York City, I saw this guy jumping from lamp to lamp. There were probably 70 or so wrapping around the building, and he made it all the way from one end […]
Click this article to learn more about taking panoramic shots in this fun tutorial by David Bennett of Quill Cards & Photograph Works.
Tamron v. Nikon tests continue with these images of a Foo Dog in very poor lighting.
In the Tamron / Nikon lens tests, we move on to wooden bowls. See the difference the aperture makes in these test shots.
Here are the two lenses under consideration. On the left, the Tamron AF 28-75mm f/2.8. On the right, the Nikon 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6.