This week, Kevin Ames walked us through how he decorates his walls, while Joy Celine Asto profiled photographer Dan Lior, featuring his photographs of the Achuar tribe.

Ken Lee told us how to stack images to capture the ultimate Milky Way photo. Then, we previewed the upcoming guided workflow in LuminarAI. Finally, Jemma Pollari presented a seven-day challenge to help boost your creativity.

Xpozer prints are perfect wall decorations Decorating empty walls, the easy way - Walking through a room in my home, I noticed a corner that was too plain and was begging for some kind of art. Like you, I love taking pictures but don’t put a lot of them on the wall. I discovered a really simple and easy way to get them out of my computer and […]
Living the dream: Scenes from the daily life of the Achuar tribe - The Amazon forest is home to several Indigenous communities, but many of them continue to shy away from the rest of the world. So, when Brooklyn-based cinematographer and adventure photographer Dan Lior had the chance to stay with one of the tribes, it proved to be an eye-opening experience. His time with the Achuar tribe […]
Stacking images for brilliant Milky Way photos - You might hear the term “stacking” in photography. One can stack for focusing, perspective or star trails. This, however, is stacking for starry night skies, including the Milky Way. The idea here is to take several photos — one right after another — to reduce digital noise that generally occurs when pushing the camera’s sensitivity […]
Skylum previews new guided workflow in LuminarAI - This morning, Skylum gave a more in-depth preview of the new workflow in LuminarAI, set to be released later this year. Counteracting the limitations of presets and other artificial intelligence tools, LuminarAI puts its emphasis on making effective decisions regarding edits to your photographs. The AI has been trained from input from artists, photographers, colorists […]
Do a seven-day challenge to quickly boost your creativity - Feel like you’re stuck in a rut with your photography? A quick photography challenge could be just what you need to get those creative juices flowing. Day 1: Shoot wide open Pick your lens with the widest aperture and lock it wide-open! Explore depth of field today. Find frames to shoot through, things to shoot […]

What you missed on Flipboard this week

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