"Images" Blogs & Blog Posts

Diary Of A Nature & Wildlife PhotographerDiary Of A Nature & Wildlife Photographer

Weekly journal of nature and wildlife photographer Kinsey Barnard. When not...

 
Banco de Imagenes GratuitasBanco de Imagenes Gratuitas

The best pictures, just in this photoblog.

 
Every Image Has a StoryEvery Image Has a Story

The story behind the taking of photographs by fine art photographer Kinsey ...

 


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Windows/Mac/Linux: While it’s gotten easier over the years to make a Raspberry Pi SD card, it’s still a little confusing for people new to the idea of burning images. Etcher is a cross-platform tool that simplifies the process dramatically.Read m...

When Apple announced that it's latest iPhone would snap brighter, more vivid pictures with its "wide color capture" feature, Instagram was quick to promise an updated app to support that expanded color gamut. Turns out, they were half ri...

Everyone loves group photos, but getting one where everyone looks natural when they know they’re on camera isn’t easy. The key is to look as relaxed as possible, even if you’re the one taking the shot and encouraging your subjects to pose. Her...

Preview is one of the best parts of macOS. It’s an image viewer, lightweight PDF editor, and more. Six Colors reminds us that it’s also probably the simplest way to quickly batch resize a bunch of images.Read more...

The original is a screengrab of a fairly low-quality video feed; I opened it in a proprietary "Blow Up" app, added some grain to conceal compression artifacts, and interpolated it to 2048 pixels wide to get a better look at what president-elect Donal...

Sharpening a photo digitally can be a helpful way to bring out the textures in a soft image, but sharpening too much can create an annoying ‘ghost’ effect around hard lines. Here’s a better way to do it in Photoshop without overemphasizing the...

iPhone: Image annotation is one of those surprisingly useful tools on your iPhone, and while there’s a built-in option with iOS, you can’t do much with it. Annotable offers a ton of features for easy image markup.Read more...