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Almost all of us have broken a piece of camera gear at some point and felt our hearts sink as we looked at thousands of dollars on the ground. However, I doubt any of us have broken gear as expensive as these shattered lenses. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
When I first heard about Lytro's new camera that could create pictures that I could refocus after the fact, I wondered if my career as a photography educator was over. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Wasim Ahmad)
Deep sky astrophotography has long intrigued me. The targets that can be found in the vastness of space are nothing less than impressive. In this video by Trevor Jones of AstroBackyard, he visits the Texas Star Party and captures something incredible! [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Greg Sheard)
The post Lightroom’s AI-Powered Denoise Tool: A Hands-On Review appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Ringsmuth. Looking to get the most out of your high-ISO photos? Lightroom’s AI-powered Denoise is a brand-new feature that uses the capabilities of artificial intelligence to reduce noise and grain while simultaneously keeping details intact. And it’s all through a simple and straightforward interface that’s easy enough for beginners to handle but powerful enough for professionals. In this article, I offer a deep dive into Lightroom’s most effective noise-reduction tool to date, and I offer my thoughts on its benefits and drawbacks. While there are a few caveats to bear in mind, it’s certainly worth trying and could easily become a...Lightroom's AI-Powered Denoise Feature: toy train and truck on a table surface.
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Have you ever walked by a beauty image on the shelf at ULTA or scrolled by a brilliant shot on Instagram and thought: “I want to make images like that”? Or perhaps you are a photographer who saw a picture and thought: “I could have shot that better!” You have the skills, but you don’t know how to break into the commercial market. In this article, I’ll share about how to break into the market and disclose tips and tricks to succeed in the commercial photography space. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Michelle VanTine)
Sony has announced the release of two new high capacity CFexpress Type A cards, a 960 GB and 1,920 GB version, which are currently available for preorder now. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Greg Sheard)
Lightroom's new AI Denoise feature has been monumental step forward for the program, but it also enters the market at a time when there are numerous highly advanced noise reduction applications. How good is it? This great video takes a look at the new feature, including its performance and how to use it on your own images. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
As a photographer, you’re attracted to everything that catches your attention, which sometimes leads to a very disparate amount of files. When you observe your portfolio, you can’t get a sense of coherence from it. Here are three tips that might help you identify a pattern in your photography and find your style. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Stefan Gonzalevski)
Great new video from the awesome Terry White – if you’re fairly new to Lightroom Classic, this is a must-watch (check it out below). Thank you, Terry! Always great stuff. Have a great weekend, everybody! -Scott The post 10 Mistakes New Lightroom Classic Users Make appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips. Original link(Originally posted by Scott Kelby)
For astrophotographers around the world who are wondering what there is to shoot in June, Alyn Wallace has you covered with this in-depth guide to what's in the night sky. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Greg Sheard)
Have you questioned your own work or struggled with constantly feeling like you aren't finding success as an artist? Hearing this might help remind you that we all experience similar struggles and many times, we are our own worst enemies. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Armitage)
Camouflaged to the max, Morten Hilmer is going full stealth mode on his farmland with the brand new Nikon Z8 for wildlife photography. Join Hilmer as he captures some magnificent wildlife with this new offering from Nikon. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Greg Sheard)
While my focus revolves around landscape photography, much of the information I break down through this article would apply to any photography content channel. I've been doing YouTube full time for over two years. This is a breakdown of all of my revenue from 2022. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Armitage)
It can be overwhelming for a landscape photographer when it comes to the editing process. Between all the sliders and sections in Lightroom and a myriad of options in Photoshop, it can be difficult to know where to start. This video walks you through some simple steps in Lightroom to enhance your photograph, with the final touches done in Photoshop. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Jeffrey Tadlock)
LED video lights have made remarkable strides in the last few years, and you can now get professional-level options at affordable options. One example of this is the new Colbor 220W Bi-color COB LED video light, which offers impressive features and performance at a very affordable price. This excellent video review takes a look at the light and how it holds up in usage. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Photoshop's new Generative Fill feature has taken the industry by storm in the last week, with its remarkable capabilities capturing the attention of many for its potential to invigorate creative tasks and streamline workflows. It is not perfect, though, and it has one issue that you should be aware of should you plan to use it for professional work. This helpful video tutorial will show you the issue and a quick and effective workflow to ensure you get high-quality results. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
The June 2023 issue of Photoshop User is now live on the KelbyOne site and the KelbyOne app for iOS and Android. In this issue, learn the fundamentals of masking to using them creatively to add depth and dimension to your images, plus a closer look at the mind-blowing Remove tool in the latest Photoshop update, exploring the latest updates in Lightroom Classic that have improved the Lightroom-to-Photoshop workflow, creating a day-to-night image gradient, correcting white balance for skin tones in Lightroom, and so much more! This issue’s cover image by KelbyOne member Steve Whiston Current KelbyOne members can log into their account to access the new issue, or you can visit to sign up and start reading today. KelbyOne Pro members have access to more than 100...
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The post 8 Effective Ways to Avoid Gear Acquisition Syndrome appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Laura Hexton. All photographers find themselves suffering from Gear Acquisition Syndrome (or GAS, if you don’t mind) at one time or another. It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that the next piece of gear is the missing puzzle piece that will magically transform you into a master photographer. So you keep buying, and buying, and buying some more, until you find yourself surrounded by a mountain of camera bodies, lenses of every focal length, lighting equipment that could rival a Hollywood studio, and enough tripods to start your own store. Am I exaggerating for effect? Maybe a little....Gear Acquisition Syndrome
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Along with shutter speed and aperture, ISO is one of the three fundamental exposure parameters that have a significant impact on the technical quality of your image and on the creative decisions you can make. If you are new to photography and feeling a bit unsure about how to handle your ISO, check out this helpful video tutorial that takes a very pragmatic approach to the topic with five useful tips. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
The new TTArtisan 100mm f/2.8 2x Macro Tilt Shift lens offers some of the most versatility ever seen in a lens: high levels of magnification and tilt-shift capabilities, all wrapped up in a popular focal length and an affordable price. Can it deliver on all those fronts it promises? This great video review takes a look at the performance and image quality you will be able to expect from this intriguing lens. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)

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