Facebook may not be the best place to show off your photography, but it is still a fantastic way to quickly share snaps with close friends and family. After all, not everyone is on Flickr.
You’ve likely noticed that FB compresses photos causing minor, but super irritating, artifacts. Which basically negates all the hours you spent editing them to perfection. GUH.
There is a way to ensure your photos come out looking sharp on FB. Three ways, actually!
- 1. Upload 2048px size photos, you’ll get less compression.
- 2. Don’t sharpen the image beforehand.
- 3. Upload PNG, rather than JPG.
Read about the how and why these tips work in this article by Photoshelter, and start uploading pics to FB without losing your hard-earned quality.
Photo by Allen Murabayashi
We’ve teamed up with Poler for the ultimate roundup of summer fun/camping/roadtrip essentials.
Check out our favorite Poler gear, and their favorite picks from our shop.
It’s never too late to start your summer adventure.
Street fairs and block parties and farmer’s markets, oh my!
Summer’s the time for outdoor fun. But so much activity can be overwhelming. How do you make sure you capture it all?
You use this list we made just for you! It has all the photo actions you’re gonna wanna take during your next outdoor summer extravaganza.
Now slap on some sunscreen and let’s go!
Photograph Outdoor Summer Memories
The Great Outdoors definitely lives up to its name, but sometimes the summer heat is just too much. Staying in doesn’t have to be a total wash though, there’s loads of creative photos you can take in the Cool Indoors!
We’re totally digging these 10 tricks for setting up surreal snaps at home. Create mini worlds with a little papercraft, fool gravity with glue or create some intruige with smoke. Most of these fun setups require supplies you likely have already. So you’ll feel resourceful and productive on your day in.
Also check out some of our own ideas for indoor fun. Now you have all the excuses you need to keep out of the heat!
Stay cool, yo.
Photo by Dina Belenko
You know your phone is often your best bet for photos, but don’t forget videos too!
Some of the best vloggers are using their phone these days, but how? What are they doing to get smooth shots, clear sound and incredible depth of field?
Well, we’ve figured it out. Check out our best tips and tools for making high quality vids with your phone! Everything you need to hit record.
Name: Janette Crawford
What Do You Do Here? Marketing for our all-new brand Parabo Press, coming very soon!
Favorite Camera: iPhone 6.
Learn Even More About Janette
Ever wonder about the goodies that photographers hide away in their camera bags?
Wonder no more! We asked seven photogs from all walks of life to open up their cam bags to us so we can see what exactly they’re working with.
As you’d expect, no two bags are the same. The one thing they all have in common, though? They’re unique and awesome, just like the photogs they belong to!
Camera Bag Items Revealed!
You know that feel when you’re left behind in a tour group because you’re too busy snapping photos? All the time. You’re not alone (this time) and a resourceful Park Ranger noticed your dilemma.
Ranger Tim created InstaMeets, in Glacier National Park, as a solution. It’s a meetup for photographers to go on photo walks, safely and slowly, together. They’re a great way to connect with and learn from other photo enthusiasts.
Hopefully this brilliant idea is picked up by other National Parks. In the meantime, if you’re headed toward Glacier, check out when the next InstaMeet is here.
Photo by NPS
It’s time to class the place up with new accessories for your DSLR!
We’ve got four brand new items in the shop full of style, sophistication and juuuust a dash of futuristic rainbows.
Everything on your DSLR’s wishlist.
San Francisco is the most gorgeous city on this planet (sorry, New York.)
But if we’re being honest, the postcard views of the City are getting a little – dare we say it – boring.
Combating that is TOAST, a self-proclaimed urban explorer. We spoke to him on what he sees in between the lines and what draws him to beneath the city surface.
Learn his tips and pick up a few urban exploring tricks of your own!
Urban Photo Tips From TOAST