Happy Independence Day! While you're enjoying the holiday, take a look at our 10 favorite
posts this week. There's even a few in here to help you with any photography adventures you might get into over the weekend!
We've certainly got World Cup fever, how about you? Check out these great sports photographs on the Big Picture from some of the goals scored at the World Cup. It's great inspiration for the sports photographers out there.
If you enjoy practicing street photography, you know that one of the biggest challenges is getting over your timidity of photographing strangers. If you struggle with shyness, this post from the Phoblographer provides some great advice for how you can overcome it!
With the 4th of July holiday coming up, we're sure you'll be out photographing this weekend. Before you go, check out these tips on improving your photography this summer from Digital Photography School. You may discover some new ideas you hadn't considered before.
The inverse square law of light is something that all professional photographers should understand. If you're having trouble understanding it, or need a reminder, check out these videos from photographer Karl Taylor, who explains the process in a way all photographers can understand. Knowing how to work with this law will improve your photography!
This week, Apple announced that they will stop all future development of Aperture. That means current Aperture users will want to make the shift to Lightroom, but fear not, Lightroom Killer Tips has made a list of things Aperture users should be aware of when switching to Lightroom. Hopefully, these tips will make your transition painless.
We always love to share cool ideas and projects with you to help inspire you, and this week we have a great one. PetaPixel features Paris-based artist Sebastien Del Grosso who combines illustration and photography to make some amazing self-portraits. Check it out, it's worth the detour!
If you create sports portrait composites, you'll want to check out this three-part post on PhotoFocus. Sports composite expert Vanelli walks you through his entire process from picking gear, setting up the studio, posing and lighting.
Reporter Esther Honig sent 40 photo editors in 25 countries a photo of herself and asked them to "make her look beautiful". The results are a fascinating look at different cultural standards of beauty and how photo editing is influenced by them.
If you're planning on photographing 4th of July fireworks, don't miss USA Today's list of the 10 best fireworks displays in the country! If one of these cities is near you, consider making the trip to get some spectacular images.
If you enjoy nature photography, you've probably been tempted to capture foggy landscape scenes. The Photo Naturalist provides tips for capturing these images with the best results possible.
There you have it! Our 10 favorite posts from around the net. What are your favorite photography blogs? Let us know on theLoop!