The many uses of Photoshop are obvious but world domination is not common however as The Guardian reports here those naughty NK’s have been at it again
It appears North Korea has doctored pictures of its military to make it look more impressive than it is – and not for the first time, read the full article with diagrams and explanations here
This picture released by North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency on March 26, 2013 and taken on March 25, 2013 shows the landing and anti-landing drills of KPA Large Combined Units 324 and 287 and KPA Navy Combined Unit 597 at an undisclosed location on North Korea’s east coast. Rather thrilling it is too!
Photo-journalism Asia, Fake pictures, Kim Jong-un, Korean Central News Agency, March 25 2013, North Korea, oxfordschoolofphotography.co.uk, photographersworkshop.co.uk, Photoshop, South Korea, The Guardian, United States
Lightstalking is a site that offers lots of advice and ideas for photographers. Often we find that what their contributors writes about directly echoes what we teach in our classes so we feel we are in touch with what Lightstalking has to say. This article by Tiffany Mueller, a professional music and fine art photographer, she blogs at Life Is Unabridged, is about helping clients to pose better when they are having their portrait taken.
In our Portrait Photography course starting on June 6th we spend quite a bit of time explaining how important this is, we give tutorials on how to pose people and how to show people how to pose, that sounds the same thing but it isn’t. You might not be lucky enough to live in Oxford and so have the chance to attend one of our courses so this article by Tiffany will be of help.
©Keith Barnes Portrait of John Duggan
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