How to Embrace MINIMALISM for IMPROVED Landscape Photos [video]

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In this video from Mark Denney, he looks at how embracing Minimalism can improve your Landscape Photography.

Mark uses some of his photos to illustrate some of the following points:

5 tips for achieving minimalist landscape photography

1. Include an obvious subject

Use an obvious subject without filling the frame with it. It draws the viewer’s eye in.

2. Expansive Composition

Use a lot of negative space around your subject to make your subject stand out further.

3. Minimizing color

Color can be distracting (if there are many colors) in a minimalist composition. Many minimalist photos are black and white, quite monotone or only make use of a few colors so that the composition is not busy.

4. Use of light and shadows

Consider using dappled light, striped light, or spots of light so that light is the main subject in the scene. This can work well for minimalist photography.

5. Keep it simple

Think differently and outside the box, but keep it simple. Look for a distraction-free palette to work with. Often it is more about what you don’t have in the frame rather than what you do.

So shake up your focus with your landscape photography, and give Minimalism a try. If you are interested in learning more about Landscape Photography, check out our Landscape and Nature Course!

 

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Australia vs Fiji live stream: how to watch today’s Rugby World Cup 2019 match from anywhere

With the Rugby World Cup 2019 now upon us, Australia will be hoping for a bit more consistency, following an indifferent showing in their warm-up games. With plenty of power through the team, Fiji offer a tough start for Australia and are more than capable of pulling off an early shock. We'll give you the low down on how to get a Australia vs Fiji live stream below, no matter where you are in the world.

The Wallabies have only managed ten wins in their last five games, and while a win against New Zealand at home last moth impressed, their erratic recent form was perfectly illustrated by the thrashing handed it out to them by the All Blacks in the return fixture. If they're to add to their two World Cup titles, the Aussies will need to become more ruthless, starting today with a game that they'll be expected to win.

Having been handed a tough draw, Fiji know that their qualification for the 2023 World Cup is at stake. They've previously made it to the the quarter-finals on two occasions, (back in 1987 and 2007). Placed in a group that also includes Wales and Georgia, should Fiji make out of the Pool phase this time out, it'll be a huge achievement.

Can the Aussies avoid a shock? You can watch all the action from pretty much anywhere on Earth by following our Australia vs Fiji live stream guide for the Rugby World Cup below.

How to watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup from outside your country

If you're abroad for any of the Rugby World Cup and don't want to miss out on catching the coverage from your home country, you'll inevitably find it geo-blocked when you try to stream online. But don't sweat. With the option of a VPN, you can tune into those fixtures no matter where you are in the world without resorting to some dodgy feed on Reddit. And best of all, it's really easy to do. Read on for details on how to stream coverage from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA: 

How to watch Australia vs Fiji live stream in Australia for free

How to stream Australia vs Fiji live in the UK 

How to watch Australia vs Fiji live in New Zealand

How to live stream Australia vs Fiji in the US

  • Hulu with Live TV $ 40 per month – Hulu with Live TV includes CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN.
  • FuboTV $ 35 for the first month – FuboTV gives you the first month at a discounted rate but after that the price increases to $ 45 a month. The service includes CBS, Fox, NBC and the NFL Network but does not come with ESPN.
  • DirecTV Now $ 50 per month – DirecTV Now includes CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN and for $ 5 extra you can add the NFL Network.
  • YouTubeTV $ 40 per month – YouTubeTV gives you access to CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN.

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New Zealand vs South Africa live stream: how to watch today’s Rugby World Cup 2019 match from anywhere

A day into the 2019 Rugby World Cup and we immediately have one of the most salivating encounters of the tournament. Two of the pre-tournament favourites – the All Blacks of New Zealand and the Springboks of South Africa – face off today, and frankly we're extremely excited. Assuming you are too, keep reading to discover how to get a New Zealand vs South Africa live stream, no matter where in the world you are.

New Zealand need no introduction. Reigning champions and rugby union behemoths, the All Blacks are naturally most commentators' hot tips to take the Web Ellis Cup for a third time running.

With 122 caps, the talismanic back-row forward Kieran Read will lead his team out. The power and guile of Read, Brodie Retallick and Ardie Savea in the pack is matched by the likes of Sonny Bill Williams in the backs. And Beauden Barrett is likely to be a key man today to try and unlock the South Africa defence.

Although underdogs today, South Africa will be buoyed by the late draw that they managed to claim in New Zealand in the Rugby Championship back in July. Substitute scrum-half Herschel Jantjies was the hero that day, but fly-half Handre Pollard is the Springboks' lynch-pin player. Fans will be looking to captain Siya Kolisi's and his fairy tale career to bring the cup back to Africa like they did in 1995 and 2007.

It's a tough one to call, but what we do know is that this is an absolutely unmissable Rugby World Cup pool match. Luckily, there's no reason to miss out thanks to TechRadar's New Zealand vs South Africa live stream guide. Keep reading to discover how to watch this showdown from your corner of the Earth. 

How to watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup from outside your country

Watching from New Zealand, Australia, the UK (where it's FREE), US or Canada? Then keep scrolling to discover who's showing the match in your country. But if you're abroad this weekend and still want to watch your domestic coverage, then you'll soon find it's geo-blocked by the broadcaster meaning you can't watch it.

At least you wouldn't be able to, if it weren't for the magic (OK, not actual magic) of a VPN. A Virtual Private Network let's you change the IP address of your laptop, phone, tablet or TV streaming device meaning that you can change it back to one that's in your home country and watch the rugby as if you were back there. It's ridiculously easy to do, too.

How to watch the All Blacks in New Zealand

How to stream New Zealand vs South Africa live in the UK for FREE

How to watch New Zealand vs South Africa: live stream in Australia

How to live stream All Blacks vs Springboks in the US

  • Hulu with Live TV $ 40 per month – Hulu with Live TV includes CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN.
  • FuboTV $ 35 for the first month – FuboTV gives you the first month at a discounted rate but after that the price increases to $ 45 a month. The service includes CBS, Fox, NBC and the NFL Network but does not come with ESPN.
  • DirecTV Now $ 50 per month – DirecTV Now includes CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN and for $ 5 extra you can add the NFL Network.
  • YouTubeTV $ 40 per month – YouTubeTV gives you access to CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN.

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How to Bracket Exposures in Photography

Many of us have heard of bracketing and then discarded it as something too difficult or impractical. But this little technique can almost guarantee you the perfect exposure every time. Let’s take a look at a few simple steps to great images.

In the old days of film photography, it was difficult to bracket if you didn’t want to spend a lot of money in processing and printing costs. But now in the digital age, where it costs nothing to shoot an image and nothing to review it on your computer, we can all do it. Here is how it works.

photo bracketing explained

Photo by Gagan Moorthy; ISO 100, f/6.3.

I suppose you could call bracketing an insurance policy against badly exposed images. I must emphasize that it’s against bad exposure and not bad images. It’s no guarantee that your composition will be a good one. When looking at your images and finding a great composition with the exposure slightly off, it’s always an “if only” moment. Bracketing will limit these moments.

Bracketing allows you to shoot an image at the recommended meter exposure setting, an underexposed setting, and one overexposed setting. But, that still doesn’t solve your problem does it? The key here is to determine how much you want to under or over expose the image.

On your camera you’ll find a setting denoted ‘AEB’ for automatic exposure bracketing. By changing to this setting, you’ll find that you’re able to change the exposure by a third, half, or a full stop. Depending on how you’re shooting, i.e., using aperture value or timed or shutter value (Av or TV), you will either open or close your aperture more or speed up or slow down your shutter speed.

Getting back to how much to over or under expose, is what is going to improve or perfect your image. You’ll have to experiment to see how much you want change the stops, but once you’ve worked it out the rest, as they say, is history.

So, you’ve decided how much of a stop you want to bracket, then what next? Simple. Press the shutter button and voila! The camera will take three shots of the scene. One normal, one slightly overexposed, and one slightly underexposed. And, I’m pretty sure that one of them will be just right. You might find that the best one is the middle exposure and it wasn’t necessary for the other two. But, just in case, it’s a great feature to use on your camera as you learn digital photography.

If you’ve already tried to experiment with HDR photography you’ll find that AEB is a great help to get the perfect final image. Happy shooting!

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Sometimes despite your best efforts, you just aren’t able to capture audio at the quality you would like. Whether it’s background noise, unwanted dialogue sounds, inconsistent audio levels, or you just want to improve the overall quality of your video, this video will show you how to fix your audio in post.

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Circles

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This week’s photography challenge topic is CIRCLES!

Circles are all around us. You can see them in bokeh, star trails, light painting, rocks, car and bicycle wheels, swirling staircases, in patterns and shadows, fruit, kitchenware, etc.

So go out and capture anything that has circles. They can be color, black and white, moody or bright. Just so long as they have circles in them! You get the picture! Have fun, and I look forward to seeing what you come up with!

Check out some of the articles below that give you tips on this week’s challenge.

Tips for Shooting CIRCLES

Tips for Shooting Out of Focus Cityscape Bokeh Images at Blue Hour

7 Tips for Shooting and Processing Star Trails

Tips for Successful Star Trails Photography

Kinetic Light Painting vs Light Painting

How to do Light Painting by Rotating the Camera

Simple Methods for Creating Better Still Life Images

Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography

Weekly Photography Challenge – CIRCLES

Simply upload your shot into the comment field (look for the little camera icon in the Disqus comments section) and they’ll get embedded for us all to see or if you’d prefer, upload them to your favorite photo-sharing site and leave the link to them. Show me your best images in this week’s challenge.

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You can also share your images in the dPS Facebook group as the challenge is posted there each week as well.

If you tag your photos on Flickr, Instagram, Twitter or other sites – tag them as #DPScircles to help others find them. Linking back to this page might also help others know what you’re doing so that they can share in the fun.

 

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Android VPN apps found serving disruptive ads

A security researcher has discovered four VPN apps that serve ads while running in the background and also on the home screen of Android smartphones in the latest case of adware found on the Google Play Store.

While researching suspicious Android VPN apps, Andy Michael found that Hotspot VPN, Free VPN Master, Secure VPN and Security Master by Cheetah Mobile were all showing full screen pop-up ads on his smartphone even though none of these apps were currently open.

It is also worth noting that all of these apps originate from either Hong Kong or China where VPN usage tends to be higher than in other countries due to China's Great Firewall and the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. While three of the four apps provide VPN services to users, Security Master is an antivirus app. 

All of the apps found to be showing disruptive ads by Andy Michael are still available on the Play Store at the time of writing.

Adware apps

In addition to APIs from Google and Facebook used to show ads, Michael's investigation also found that Hotspot VPN also contained obfuscated code which is used to show full-screen ads regardless of whether or not the app is currently open which results in significant battery and CPU usage. This app's name also resembles the legitimate VPN, Hotspot Shield and its developer likely chose this name as a way to trick unsuspecting users into downloading their app instead.

Free VPN Master was found to share the same code for serving Google ads and its APK file has the same code structure and files as Hotspot VPN. According to Michael, both apps are identical apart from slight modifications in their code.

Secure VPN though was the worst offender as it served ads when users had other apps open and even overlaid them on top of user's home screens. The app also contained references to code that recorded activities such as when an ad was displayed, clicked on or dismissed by the user. Security Master on the other hand, used more sophisticated behavior to show ads when users tried to go back to the home screen or when certain buttons were clicked.

Android users are constantly warned to avoid installing apps from unknown sources but when they can't even trust Google's own Play Store to find legitimate apps, there is a serious problem.

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HP bolsters endpoint security capabilities with Bromium acquisition

After a multi-year partnership, HP has announced that it will acquire Bromium in an effort to bolster its endpoint security capabilities.

California-based Bromium was found by former Citrix executives back in 2011 and the company specializes in deploying virtualization to provide endpoint security.

HP currently licenses Bromium's technology to power its Sure Click malware protection which uses virtual containers to isolate untrusted files and websites.

The partnership between the two companies began in early 2017 though it was expanded at the beginning of this year when HP launched its Sure Click Advanced solution as part of its Device-as-a-Service offering.

Bromium acquisition

GM and Global Head of Commercial Systems at HP, Andy Rhodes provided further details on why the company decided to acquire Bromium in a press release, saying:

“Security is a key competitive differentiator for HP, providing the most secure PCs and printers on the market. The acquisition of Bromium extends our investments, leadership and focus in this space and securing end point devices that are on the front lines of defense against cyber security attacks.” 

HP has not disclosed the terms of the acquisition nor has it revealed how many of Bromium's employees will be joining the company.

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9 Ways to use Reflections more Creatively for Stunning Photography

The post 9 Ways to use Reflections more Creatively for Stunning Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Ana Mireles.

Mirrors or windows, ponds or lakes, it really doesn’t matter where you find them, reflections are eye-catching. In this tutorial, I’ll give you some ideas and inspiration on how to use reflections more creatively for stunning photography.

Creative use of reflections for stunning photography tutorial

We’re fascinated by reflections ever since we discover ourselves in a mirror, it’s no wonder we remain captivated by them. If you want to know about the technical aspect of reflections check out Rick Ohnsman’s article Understand Light and Color to Improve your Photography. Here, I’ll tell you nine ways to use them in your photographs.

1. Avoid a dull sky

The first tip to use reflections more creatively is to photograph them during bad weather. After the rain we usually find the sky to be grey and dull. Luckily the rain creates puddles, and water is a great reflector. Next time you find yourself shooting during a rainy day try looking down to the ground instead of up to the sky.

Look for water reflection for bad weather conditions

If you want to take this idea to the next level, you can add a flash to your photo-shoot. To learn how to do it check this article: Using Rain Puddles to Create Unique Reflection Photos.

2. Fill empty spaces

Similar to the dull sky problem, you can have an area that lacks detail or any visual interest. If it’s made of a reflective material the answer is easy, just find the right angle to capture it. What may have been a boring object, is suddenly filled with details that complement your composition.

Search for the right angle to add reflections

3. Create texture

Reflections don’t necessarily have to be mirrored images of reality. The texture of the material or surface will distort the image and you can use that to capture color and shapes. For example, the ripples of water reflecting buildings.

Reflections create textures

Remember that you can also zoom-in and photograph the reflection as a texture to use later in other images.

4. Abstract photography

Speaking of photographing a texture alone, this can give you some inspiration for doing abstract photography. There are many different angles to approach this subject and reflections are definitely a good one. Here’s an example, but if you feel interested in going deeper into it, check out some Abstract Photos to Inspire You.

Textures alone are great for abstract photography

5. Change perspective

Shooting common places or subjects that are not interesting enough is always a challenge. Photographing its reflection can be a great alternative to capture it creatively. This forces you to move, crouch, and generally change your point of view. Also, you’ll be looking at the subject backward, and sometimes just a little shift can make the difference.

Look for the reflection to change perspective

6. Creates symmetric shapes

Symmetry is beautiful and pleasing. On a subconscious level, it gives us a soothing feeling. I don’t mean just placing your subject in the center and make it identical on both sides. Of course, this is an option, but it’s not the only way. Reflections can create symmetric shapes that can help the overall image become more interesting.

Symmetry helps your composition

7. Frame your subject

You can also use reflections as a way to direct the viewer’s attention to your subject. For example, placing your subject as a reflection in a mirror or a window literally frames it. If you want to get more creative you can also use a pair of eyeglasses or a spoon.

Frame your subject

8. Overlapping planes

One of my favorite qualities of reflections is that they show you two, or more scenes on the same plane. When you look at a mirror you are also seeing what is behind you. With a window, you can even add a third plane when you also add the scene from inside the room, and so on. If you compose the subjects from each scene in a harmonic way you can create a surreal or dream-like image.

Compose different scenes in one

9. The reflection IS the subject

Last but not least, a reflection can be a subject in itself. You can make a project or a series just about reflections, it’s just a matter of finding a concept to build upon. If you need some inspiration, I highly advise you to read this Guide to Creating Unique Conceptual Photography.

Use reflections as the main subject

Come up with an idea and just run with it. I hope this article sparked some inspiration so you can use reflections more creatively! Share your reflection photos in the comments section below and, most of all, have fun!

 

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Profoto Launches Two Amazing Lights for Smartphone Photographers

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Profoto Launches Two Amazing Lights for Smartphone Photographers

If you’re a smartphone photographer, then you’ve probably struggled to deal with indoor lighting. After all, smartphones don’t come with a high-quality flash; it’s easy to get noisy images when shooting indoors.

Until now.

Because Profoto has just released two lights made specifically for the smartphone: The Profoto C1 and the Profoto C1 Plus.

What are the C1 and C1 Plus?

The two items are billed as Profoto’s “very first studio lights for smartphones.” They’re small, orb-shaped lights, and they’re compact enough that you can take them anywhere without much hassle.

According to Profoto:

The light the C1 product range delivers is natural looking and beautiful with a soft, gentle fall-off…[F]rom now on you will always have natural-looking, beautiful light with you.

Note that the C1 Plus is both more expensive and more advanced than the C1. The C1 Plus includes a greater power output (4300 lumens versus 1600 lumens). The C1 Plus also includes a thread mount, so you can screw the light onto a stand and shoot with both hands. And the C1 Plus features better battery life than the C1.

Both the C1 and the C1 Plus offer rechargeable batteries. They also include multiple modes for increased flexibility: a continuous shooting mode and a flash mode. To use the Profoto lights, you can pair them with your smartphone via the special Profoto Camera app. Then you can take photos that are synced with the Profoto flash.

The Profoto C1 costs $ 299, while the Profoto C1 Plus costs $ 499.

But just who are these lights for?

If you like to use your smartphone on the fly, without any preparation, then I’d recommend against the Profoto C1. Despite its small size, you probably don’t want to carry the flash with you constantly. But if you’re the type of shooter who often shoots in low-light situations or prefers to capture more carefully considered shots, then the Profoto C1 could be exactly what you need.

If the Profoto C1 captures your attention, then you should also check out another product: The Godox R1, which was announced a few hours after the C1/C1 Plus announcement. The Godox light is similar to the C1 and C1 Plus, though it offers slightly different lighting options. For those hoping to purchase the Godox R1, keep an eye out for a release date!

Would you use either of these lights? what are your thoughts? Share with us in the comments!

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Huawei Mate 30 Pro confirmed for Australia – sans Google apps

With no end in sight to the US's ongoing Huawei ban, which has forced the Chinese smartphone manufacturer to soldier on without access to Google apps and services, many assumed that buying the company's new Mate 30 flagship would be a struggle in the West.

While that's still the case in the UK and many other European territories, Huawei has officially confirmed that its Mate 30 Pro will be getting an Australian release. That said, the regular Mate 30 will not be making its way Down Under for the time being.

In the Mate 30 Pro's local press release, Huawei states that the device "will be available in Australia in Space Silver and Black" and that "its local pricing and availability will be confirmed soon."

The Mate 30 Pro boasts a 6.53-inch OLED display (1,176 x 2,400), the latest Kirin 990 5G chipset, a massive 4,500mAh battery with 40W wired and 27W wireless 'SuperCharge' capability, a Leica-designed quad-camera (40MP + 40MP + 8MP + 3D ToF) on the rear and a triple camera setup (40MP + 16MP + 8MP) on the front for selfies.

No Google for you

Bad news for those hoping to access Google's services on the Mate 30 Pro – at the device's launch in Munich, Germany overnight, Huawei CEO Richard Yu confirmed that users will not be able to sideload Google's apps on the Mate 30 series.

Yu told briefing attendees that "We were forced to do this. We have a good relationship with Google, but the US government forced us to do this and we have no other option."

Instead of the Google Play store, users will have access to Huawei's own app store, though don't expect to find apps like Google Maps or YouTube in there – it remains to be seen how the company will cater to users wanting to use those incredibly popular services.

Watch out

Along with its Mate 30 Pro announcement, Huawei has confirmed that its newly-announced Watch GT 2 range of wearables will also be getting an Australian release.

According to the device's press release, Huawei Watch GT 2 is said to feature "15 sports modes, 10 training modes specifically for running, an enhanced music player and Bluetooth voice calls," along with "new wellness features that allow for hassle-free monitoring of a user’s heart rate, daily sleep and other attributes."

Like the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, the Watch GT 2's Australian pricing and availability will be revealed at a later date.


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Surfshark launches free Trust DNS app

To help users protect their privacy online and bypass censorship, the privacy protection company Surfshark has launched a new secure DNS resolver for Android called Trust DNS.

The new app allows users to browse the internet securely without being tracked or subject to surveillance. Since Surfshark believes that privacy is an inherent human right, its Trust DNS app is completely free for users to download and use.

Cybersecurity adviser at Surfshark, Naomi Hodges explained why the company decided to launch a free DNS resolver as opposed to a paid one, saying:

“When tech giants began to thrive on data-driven marketing, the concept of online privacy became the essence of internet reality. Sadly, many people cannot afford premium protection software. Instead, they choose free solutions that in most cases are more dangerous than none. Having that in mind, we created Trust DNS to grant a basic level of protection for everyone as an embodiment of our company values.” 

Trust DNS

Surfshark's Trust DNS app sets itself apart from the competition by being completely ad-free and by not requiring users to register in order to utilize its service.

Industry-leading security protocols DNS over HTTPS and DNS over TLS help guarantee users' browsing privacy as well as a strict no-logs policy.

The Trust DNS app enables users to disguise their browsing activities online from everyone including ISPs and surveilling agencies. While the app itself does not change a user's IP address, their browsing information cannot be identified.

Surfshark's new service allows people who live in or travel to heavily restrictive countries to access blocked websites. In many cases, these restrictions are enforced by meddling with DNS addresses and Trust DNS is able to resolve these changes.

Interested users can download Surfshark's new Trust DNS app from the Google Play Store.

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