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The post 6 Tips for Setting the Focus in Your Landscape Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jim Hamel. For many types of photography, choosing where to focus is pretty simple. In portrait photography, you focus on the eyes. In wildlife photography, you focus on the animal. But where should you focus in landscape photography? You’re generally capturing a scene, not a solitary subject – so how do you ensure that everything is as sharp as possible? In this article, I’m going to share six tips for setting focus in your landscape photos. That way, the next time you’re faced with a tricky landscape scene, you’ll be able to come away with stunningly sharp results! 1....Derryclare landscape
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The wait is over, and by now, you all have now heard the news! Magmod just announced the release of seven new products: two upgrades and five all-new additions to the MagBox lineup. So, let's jump into them. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Jason Vinson)
Museo delle Culture of Lugano and 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery of Milan are supporting the third edition of the open call UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2021 – UP21. The open contest is designed to showcase young talents (under 36) in contemporary photography. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Mark Dunsmuir)
It is a truism that the rich and famous are early adopters of the latest technology. Given that photography was unleashed on the world in 1839, what is the earliest surviving photo of a US President? [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Mike Smith)
Photographers generally like full control over an image from the moment they press the shutter to when they export it and send it off to the client, and as such, the idea of handing over retouching responsibilities to someone else can seem ludicrous. Some photographers do it and actually prefer it, however, and this interesting video essay features one successful photographer discussing why. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Photography, as a hobby and profession, comes with a lot of gear. There are the obvious cameras, lenses, and lights that we all own, but then we start to delve into the oddities of the art form. Throw in a bunch of eccentric professionals, and you can expect to find all sorts of stuff in their studios. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Scott Choucino)
The proliferation of cameras that can produce impressive photos with minimal user intervention (all in a phone) has been great in a lot of ways, but on the other hand, it has also led to a lot of potential clients thinking they no longer need the services of professional photographers. So, how do you deal with that? This excellent video essay discusses how to handle ever-evolving attitudes toward professional photographers. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Most people get into photography because it is fun and exciting. But when you do photography as a job or even if you are in school studying photography, it can at times lose its luster. Finding ways to bring joy and fun back to photography can be a challenge, but is a worthwhile pursuit. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Abby Ferguson, MFA)
It’s all about full frame mirrorless cameras nowadays. If you don’t go for such a camera, you are not taken seriously. Why not choose a mirrorless crop camera? I have six reasons to go for the new Canon EOS M50 Mark II. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Nando Harmsen)
If you are shooting a genre that requires large telephoto lenses, then you know that they can be quite unwieldy to deal with. And while things like a monopod or gimbal head can help alleviate that issue, sometimes, you will find yourself shooting handheld with that behemoth lens. And when that happens, you can use the great tips in this video to make your life easier and improve the quality of your images. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Photo By Rom Savage Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Shrine Pass” by Rom Savage. Location: Sawatch Range of central Colorado. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them. The post Photo Of The Day By Rom Savage appeared first on Outdoor Photographer. Original linkOriginal author: Staff
If you are looking for a way to output a 10 \-bit video signal from an iMac or a MacBook Pro, then you are in luck. In this article, you will discover everything you need to know to bypass Apple’s color management system and send a clean video signal using the Blackmagic Decklink Mini Monitor 4K. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Craig Beckta)
While I personally enjoy eating my food, there are times where that food is worth a photo as much as a bite. That said, if it’s a field you are looking to get into, there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about it. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Wasim Ahmad)
The post How to Make a Photo Essay: 5 Tips for Impactful Results appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Christina N Dickson. Want to tell meaningful stories with your photos? That’s what a photo essay is all about: conveying concepts and narratives through a series of carefully chosen images. While telling a story with photos can be a daunting task, there are several easy tips and techniques you can use in your photo essays to create striking, stunning, eye-opening results. And that’s what I’m going to share in this article: five photo essay tips that you can immediately apply to your photography. You’ll leave as a better photo essayist than when you arrived! Let’s get started. in the street photo essay
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The 24-70mm f/2.8 lens is the workhorse of choice for a wide range of photographers in many different genres, but if you do not need the extra stop of aperture, you can save a lot of money and gain some extra reach by opting for a 24-105mm f/4 lens. For Canon mirrorless shooters, there is the RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM, and this excellent video review takes a look at the kind of performance and image quality you can expect from it in practice. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
If you’ve been shooting (landscape) astrophotos for a while but are relatively new to astronomy, you may be contemplating stepping up to a telescope for your astrophotography. But taking the next step isn’t as simple as getting a longer lens for more magnified views. You should understand the changes in your shooting and equipment that this implies. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by David Kodama)
Long exposures are by far one of the most popular creative uses of photography out there, and there are a ton of different ways to approach them. If you are new to them, this excellent video will teach you both how to choose the right ND filter for a long exposure and how to choose the correct shutter speed for the effect you want. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Ever wonder how film works? A recent video from SmarterEveryDay covers this topic in great detail describing how film works. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Usman Dawood)
Without a power supply, most modern-day photographers will run into problems pretty quickly. If you regularly shoot on location or find yourself off-grid for long periods, this video is for you. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Paul Parker)
The post The Weekly Photography Challenge – Dogs appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Sime. They’re everywhere! Pets, running back and forth across parks, sitting on the couch beside you as you read this post about the weekly challenge… Dogs, man’s best friend or maybe you’re not a fan of them and that’s ok too (Though it might make this assignment difficult!) this week is simple, the theme is ‘dogs’ and it doesn’t really matter how you photograph your dog, as long as you do. The Hashtag for this week’s challenge is #dPSDogs for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Of course you can join and share your photograph in our private Facebook group! This little chap used to...Betsy the Dog
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