Wind your way through Frank Lloyd Wright’s spiraling rotunda to trace the influential career of American artist Christopher Wool. From his early uses of bold text and patterns to his recent abstract works created through collage, erasure, and digital manipulation, Wool’s largely monochrome paintings, photographs, and works on paper conduct a dynamic investigation into what it means to make a picture today. Don’t miss the artist’s most comprehensive retrospective to date—only at the Guggenheim. For more information and advance tickets, visit guggenheim.org/wool.
Our Lightroom I course will give you the essential tools to maximize your photo work-flow. Easily organize, optimize and share your photography with clients and friends.
Join us: 10/25/2012-11/15/2012. Thursdays 2:30 PM-4:30 PM - $235
Register online at: http://www.photomanhattan.com/courses/LRO.php
Try our tutorial below to see how Lightroom can help with managing your image archive.
Quickly Create Proof Sheets using Lightroom
This step-by-step guide will show you how to easily create proof sheets using Lightroom. Share your jobs easily without all the re-sizing!
Step 1: Open Lightroom and select all the images you want to include in your proof sheet.
Step 2: Click on the “Print” menu option in the top right
Step 3: Select your “Layout Style” as “Single Image/Contact Sheet”
Step 4: Specify your “Image Settings” and “Layout” options.
Lightroom allows you to manually select the number of columns and rows in your proof sheets. You can even ask it to automatically rotate your vertical images!
Step 5: The “Guides” menu allows you to decide if you want to show formatting information such as margins, cells, etc.
Step 6: The “Page” options allows you to customize the information displayed with your image. Include things like watermarks, logos, image numbers, and more!
Step 7: Under the “Print Job” settings you can define the size of your proof sheets, resolution, and color options
Step 8: Now you’re all done! You can print your proof sheets straight away, or use the “print to pdf” option to save them as digital files.
An amazing TED talk exploring the behavior of light when seen at 1,000,000,000,000 frames per second.
Did you ever have a photo come out looking like this?
The focus point might have been at the very far back, tricking your flash to assume that that’s how far your actual subject is, and thus shooting at full power.
Try locking your focus at your subject by using Focus Lock or by half-pressing the shutter button; this will hold the focus where you want it to be until you shoot.
Did you know that PhotoManhattan has a work/study program, which allows students to take classes for free in exchange for work hours?
Learning photography doesn’t have to be expensive - apply for our work/study position online at http://www.photomanhattan.com/jobs.htm#wsp
Silver and Light New Video/American Dream/ Los Angeles/ 7/10/2012/
Our camera was created based on The American Dream. We want to know what your dreams are and share them through the lens of our camera. The success of our first two trips was due to all the support we received from you through the Internet. We were welcomed into the homes of complete strangers and offered a tremendous amount of from people like you. The Internet has been the force propelling this project forward. Every follower, comment, share and or like have been the greatest contributions we have received. Please continue to help us by spreading the word. I hope you enjoy the Trailer.
The full version will be done August 2012
Stand development is an easy and economical way to develop your own black and white negatives. Read on to learn how!
Guess what? If you’re a fan of the annual National Geographic Traveler Contest, you’re in luck because the deadline for submissions has been extended until July 9th!