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Fujifilm has launched its latest instant camera the Instax Mini 40 along with a the new Contact Sheet instant film. The new film has been described to mimic the look of classic contact sheet film. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Usman Dawood)
Nature photographers love to be outdoors. The fresh air along the Pacific, cool autumn breezes in New England, the crisp winter air in Yellowstone, the cobalt blue sky and wildflowers during a Colorado summer and the sound of thousands of migrating wildebeest as they roam the Serengeti grasses make our juices flow. Whether we’re with photo friends or by ourselves, the goal is to have a great time and come back with great photos. Adopt the following six aspects of P.H.O.T.O.S. to make this happen more often. I used a combination of words to benefit both wildlife and landscape photographers so it’s a win-win: P = PanningH = Hyperfocal SettingO = Open UpT = Teleconverter with a TelephotoO = OpacityS =...
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Recently, I was lucky enough to have a portfolio review with a photography agent. It was only my second review ever and I wasn’t quite sure what to expect — so when four agents from the one agency popped up in the Zoom meeting, I was a little intimidated. They were lovely and warm and welcoming though. I just wanted to knit them a hat. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Ali Choudhry)
For most of Lightroom’s life, if you shoot in Raw and set a Picture Style in your camera (Canon calls them ‘Picture Styles.’ Nikon calls them ‘Picture Controls,’ Sony calls them Creative Styles, and so on), Lightroom has ignored those picture styles you chose. The only way to keep that ‘Style’ you chose in camera was to shoot in JPEG, but there is a way to keep those styles and have Lightroom honor them even if you shoot in RAW. It’s actually a preference setting. Head over Lightroom’s preference and then click on the Preset tab up at the top. Once you do that you’ll see a Raw Defaults section near the top, and from the “Master,” pop-up menu (where it...🙂
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You do not have to spend a ton of money for a top-level landscape photography camera. This excellent video discusses one particularly good camera that might be flying under your radar. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
The annual Lyrid Meteor Shower is nearly upon us, peaking on the evening of April 21-22. While it’s not the best of the annual meteor showers, it is a good opportunity to try your hand at the challenge of capturing an image of a meteor. And even better, you may already have all of the equipment on hand: tripod, DSLR or mirrorless camera, and wide angle lens. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by David Kodama)
For some time now, I've been hearing that straight photography is dead. Well, dying anyway. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Michael Ernest Sweet)
A good macro lens is one of the most versatile a photographer can have in their bag, offering both the ability to capture close-up detail shots and ultra-sharp portraits. This awesome video review takes a look at one such option, the FE 50mm f/2.8 Macro lens, and the sort of performance and image quality you can expect from it in practice. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Staying focused is a premium in the 21st century, and nothing makes you feel more lost in the sauce than not knowing which way your lens is pointed. This method will help you stay focused and help create a system to save all the information you come across in a searchable database for future reference. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Joe Loper)
Fujifilm's GFX 100 was one of the most groundbreaking cameras of recent times, offering a medium format sensor, top-level image quality, loads of resolution, and a wide variety of advanced modern features, all in a package that significantly undercut traditional medium format prices. The GFX 100S takes all the capabilities of the GFX 100 and cuts its physical size and price almost in half. This great video review takes a look at the camera and its image quality and performance in real-world usage. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Photo By Jake Pineda Today’s Photo Of The Day is “The Three Sisters” by Jake Pineda. Location: Gold Canyon, Arizona. 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 Jake Pineda appeared first on Outdoor Photographer. Original linkOriginal author: Staff
Nikon started out its mirrorless Z mount with mostly pragmatic lenses, but as time has gone on, the library has expanded to more extreme designs. One such example is the NIKKOR Z 50mm f/1.2 S lens, and this excellent video review takes a look at the lens and the kind of image quality and performance you can expect from it in practice. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
The post Does Your Photo-Editing Program Really Matter? [Video] appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. If you’ve ever spent time agonizing over different post-processing programs, trying to determine the perfect software to edit your photos, then this is the video for you. Expert photographer Mark Denney edits a single image using three different editing programs – Photoshop, Capture One, and Lightroom. Then he shows you the three results, side by side, for comparison. Are there differences between the final edits? And which program (if any) does the best job? Watch and find out. And then, when you’re finished, leave a comment below this article telling us what you thought about the different editors! The post...
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How do you position your artificial light sources? [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Nicco Valenzuela)
The post Golden Hour Photography: A Complete Guide (+10 Tips) appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Anabel DFlux. What is golden hour? And how can you use it for stunning photos? In this article, I’m going to share everything you need to know about golden hour photography. So if you’re looking to understand what golden hour actually is, or if you want to improve your golden hour images with some expert tips, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s dive right in with a simple definition: What is the golden hour in photography? The golden hours are (roughly) the first hour after sunrise and the last hour before sunset. But the length of the golden hours can vary...golden hour photography dog in grass
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Photography can sometimes become a bit of a gear measuring contest. Who’s got the biggest lens? Which body has the most megapixels? [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Ali Choudhry)
The EOS 3 was one of the last film cameras from Canon, and it brought with it a range of advanced and unique features that make it a great choice even today. This excellent video review takes a look at the camera and how it holds up in 2021. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
Dear Fujifilm, on behalf of all instant photography fans, please give us a decent Instax camera — one that excites us, one that inspires us. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Matt Murray)
We have long been in the digital age, but film has remained as an indulgence, a creative tool, or even the medium of choice for a few photographers. If you have been considering dabbling in it, this excellent video will show you some of the reasons it can make you a better overall photographer. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Alex Cooke)
One of the quickest and easiest ways to completely change an image and make it more memorable is to add a flash. [ Read More ]Original link(Originally posted by Cory Parris)

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