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How to change the light seals in an old film camera
Even the sturdiest film cameras will eventually need their light seals replaced. Here's how to do it cheaply and easily.
How to hide a secret message in your images
The Kansas City Royals recently hid a secret message in a darkened image teasing their new uniforms. Here's how to do the same.
Adobe’s Lightroom Academy is a free, interactive way to learn photography
The gamified, mobile-first approach is reminiscent of the popular language-learning app, Duolingo, but for photographers.
Food and drink photographer Louise Palmberg makes images good enough to eat
Warning: Do not read if hungry.
Here’s what it’s like to shoot a rare extinct instant film
Kodak Instant film has been extinct for 35 years. Pulled from the shelves for infringing on Polaroid's patents, it's been all but forgotten, until now.
How landscape photographer Erin Babnik captures epic photos without leaving a trace
Erin Babnik has been photographing natural wonders since before the dawn of social media. Here she shares her best tips for finding your inspiration and respecting your surroundings.
Two photographers call for action to help vulnerable women in Afghanistan
Photojournalists respond to the U.S. withdrawal from from Afghanistan with a call to action.
QR codes are a smart way to share your image library. Here’s how to make your own.
Never spell out your Wi-Fi password again.
Get more screen space than you ever imagined with virtual desktops
It's free, and much easier than buying a second computer monitor.
Your phone’s dimmest screen setting is still too bright. Here’s how to darken it even more.
Go beyond dim and enter a realm of darkness you never knew existed.