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Sony has issued a press release that explains how the company is being affected by the global pandemic. It's possible that photographers could see stock run low and there may be delays of the release of products — such as the a7S III — that was due to come to market this year. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Andy Day
Photo By Marcel Fagin Today’s Photo Of The Day is “White Rhino Family” by Marcel Fagin. Location: South Africa. “A rhino family grazes in the morning,” describes Fagin, who shot the image with an iPhone 8. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP 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 Marcel Fagin appeared first on Outdoor Photographer. Original linkOriginal author: Staff
The COVID-19 epidemic has thrown the photography community into a financial tailspin. And while some of us are busy trying to survive, others are taking this business downturn as an opportunity to reinvent their business, do a better job of living out one’s values, and form deeper connections with our clients. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Scott Mason
The post The Canon EOS R5 Will Be a 5D Series Mirrorless Camera appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. The Canon EOS R5 has been making waves in recent months, ever since Canon officially confirmed several of its features, including 20 frames-per-second shooting speed, true 8K video, and in-body image stabilization. However, despite such tidbits, we were in the dark about a number of EOS R5 characteristics, including its price, its resolution, and its position in the Canon mirrorless lineup. Until today. While Canon has yet to tell us the R5’s price and megapixel count, we have something that could be just as valuable: That the EOS R5 is a “5-series” camera. In other words,...
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Photographers and videographers alike have seen much of their income vanish due to coronavirus / COVID-19. A number of organizations have put together financial aid for creatives who have lost work, so here's a list of the financial grants and funds available to visual creatives during the pandemic. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Jennifer McCord
The post How to Use the Luminar 4 Pro Tools Panel appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Christian Hoiberg. Luminar 4 is an intuitive photo editor that’s used by both complete beginners and advanced photographers. Their popular Artificial Intelligence tools such as the AI Sky Replacement and AI Enhance have been talked about a lot, but I want us to take a closer look at the Luminar 4 Pro Tools category. Don’t be fooled, though. Despite being named ‘Pro Tools’ and containing more advanced tools, most of them are still easy to use. There aren’t any AI tools in this category, so you will need to do a little more manual work. The Professional Tools category is...Luminar 4 Pro Tools
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A new Lomography lens for full frame cameras is available, but is it worth a purchase? [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Robert K Baggs
On March 15th, we reposted a YouTube video of a comedian who claimed to have tricked ABC News into running a fake story about him. Well, it appears that the real ones who were duped were this writer and the comedian's fans, because the actual news story wasn't about the comedian at all. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Mike O'Leary
Photo By Stan Bysshe Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Blue Wave” by Stan Bysshe. Location: Curacao. Nikon D2Xs, 10-17mm Tokina fish-eye lens, Aquatica housing, INON strobes. Exposure: 1/125 sec., f/8, ISO 100. “A large school of bogas pass over a Caribbean reef,” describes Bysshe. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP 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 Stan Bysshe appeared first on Outdoor Photographer. Original linkOriginal author: Staff
Creativity has always been on the tip of everybody's tongue. What it is, where to find it, and how to get yours. This week in my Vision & Light videocast I speak with a great friend of mine, the exceptionally talented landscape photographer and educator Sean Bagshaw. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Alister Benn
Hard times ahead? It's likely and while no one knows for sure, it's inevitable that the current quarantines will affect everyone's business in the coming months. How will you change your marketing methods? Here's something that worked for me and I want to share it with you. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Walid Azami
The post Pet Photography 101 – video appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk. Taking photos of pets can be tricky. In this video, Matt Granger gives you some great tips to get better photos of your furry friends. 1. Establish the scene Decide on what you want in the scene. Less is generally more, so you may just decide on a nice clean background to really let your pet shine. 2. Use sufficient depth of field and shutter speed. Ensure you have a wide enough depth of field to get your pet’s entire face in focus. Also, use a fast shutter speed. If your shutter speed is too slow, you may end up with some...
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Shooting and editing sunsets and sunrises can be tricky with such a wide dynamic range. In this video, there are six tips on how to achieve those dramatic, attention grabbing shots. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Robert K Baggs
We received more than 600 submissions to the 2019 Great Outdoors Photo Contest. The contest drew an exceptional selection of images, making the judges’ job quite difficult, and now we’re happy to present the 22 finalist images in this slideshow. [See image gallery at www.outdoorphotographer.com] The post 2019 Great Outdoors Photo Contest Finalists appeared first on Outdoor Photographer. Original linkOriginal author: Staff
With many of us in isolation and with limited space, you might need to get creative when it comes to shooting photographs at home. If you need some ideas for how to get started, check out this short video which shows you how to put a shower curtain to really good use. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Andy Day
The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Pets appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk. With many of us stuck indoors, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to make this week’s photography challenge our PETS! This is my dog, Mya. This won’t win any photography awards – and it was just captured with my phone – but it really captures her playful spirit. And she loves rolling on that little rug. I’m currently missing mine, as I’ve had to hunker down in a town that isn’t mine, and my doggies are 400kms away from me. But, for many of you, they are hunkering down indoors with you. So take this time to give them your...Weekly Photography Challenge – Pets
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Photo By Linn Smith Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Contending Rivals” by Linn Smith. Location: Oviedo, Florida. “Vying for territory, a great egret and great blue heron come close to colliding with one another in seeking to get a choice spot on a marsh in Lake Jessup,” describes Smith. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP 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 Linn Smith appeared first on Outdoor Photographer. Original linkOriginal author: Staff
Well, it was earlier this week on “The Grid” (my weekly photography podcast), when we asked our viewers to send a link to their websites for a critique of their layout, design, and usability. We’ve gotten so much great feedback on this that I wanted to share it with you here since we’re all photographers (and we’re all stuck inside). Back to Lightroom stuff on Monday, but until then, I hope you’ll stay safe and healthy, and indoors, and here’s to better days ahead. Cheers, -Scott P.S. My book editor Kim Doty is giving away some copies of the eBook edition of my “Natural Light Photography Book” today over on her Facebook page. Here’s the link (and good luck). The post...🙂
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Imagine you can add an anamorphic lens to a camera and shoot time-lapses with manual controls and a slow shutter mode effect built in, to give that real sense of motion in the shot. Yes, Moment has done just that, and it's all within their Pro Camera app. [ Read More ]Original linkOriginal author: Wouter du Toit
The post Canon Explorers of Light – Q&A with Photographer Terrell Lloyd appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk. In this Canon Explorers of Light Q&A series, we interview several professional photographers who are a part of Canon’s Explorers of Light program. The Explorers of Light Program, running since 1995, boasts some incredibly talented photographers. These photographers have spent years honing their craft, and influence and educate other photographers of all levels – something, we at dPS, can respect and relate to. In this edition of the Canon Explorers of Light Q&A series, we interview photographer Terrell Lloyd. They share their experiences and give some valuable tips to upcoming photographers. 2019 San Francisco 49ers Season:PreseasonDallas Cowboys...Canon Explorers of Light  – Q&A with Photographer Terrell Lloyd - 2019 San Francisco 49ers Season
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