Photography

Photography
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After an exciting year during which Fujifilm has updated its two top-tier cameras, the company is now focusing its attention on the entry-level X-A-series. The new X-A3 mirrorless camera succeeds last year’s X-A2, and sees a...
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Whether you’re in the studio, shooting landscapes in the country, or photographing an event, chances are you’ve been looking forward to the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera. The Mark IV offers a slew of upgrades,...
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Save and share your precious memories of yesteryear with the people you love, digitally, thanks to the easy-to-use 8mm and Super 8 Movie Reels2Digital MovieMaker from Wolverine....
by Todd Vorenkamp and Christopher Witt
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North American friends, mark your calendars for August 21, 2017, when there will be a total eclipse of the sun traversing the middle of the United States. The last time a total eclipse crossed the entire continental U.S. was in June 8, 1918. A total eclipse touched part of the continent in February, 1979. If you miss the 2017 eclipse, you will have to wait until 2024 for the next total eclipse...
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While digital camera manufacturers are constantly looking for ways to improve and increase resolution, dynamic range, frame rate, ISO, and…everything, a very strong counter trend has emerged that is turning back to analog, mechanical, and film techniques.  Standing out amongst these “throwback” technologies is the rising popularity of instant film and instant film cameras. Fujifilm Instax has...
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Coming in on the heels of their first autofocus lens announcement, the AF 50mm f/1.4 FE, Rokinon is introducing their second lens with autofocus: the AF 14mm f/2.8 FE. Designed for full-...
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After some impressive flagship releases from Nikon, it is nice to see that they aren’t forgetting about the little guy with today’s release of the D3400 DSLR Camera. The most notable upgrade here is the introduction of...
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Filmmakers and videographers who have long dreamed of getting Lensbaby’s special effects with their cinema cameras can now pick up the Composer Pro II with a PL mount. Offering the same features and specifications as the existing still-photo mounts, this model is compatible without the need for...
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Continuing to expand the feature-sets of both Photoshop and Lightroom, along with their associated apps, Adobe has just launched a host of updates to benefit individual app subscribers as well as subscribers to the Creative Cloud Photography Plan. Making full use of Creative Cloud’...
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Conserve power without sacrificing quality with the Anova Pro BI-S LED Light, a Bi-Color LED fixture that runs on 94% less power than a tungsten light of similar brightness. This Rotolight fixture...
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Make use of your Nikon F-mount glass on Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras using the Vello Auto Lens Adapter. Now in its fourth version, this adapter accepts a wider range of compatible...
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There are good reasons for this episode to have a two-in-one headline. Our initial idea for this show was to discuss the role that happenstance and luck play in photography, but the conversation with our impassioned and articulate guests, Amy Touchette and Gus Powell, quickly turned to a more generalized chat on the principles and practices of street photography—and how lucky we were to have them...
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Many photographers have niche specialties for which they are known, intentionally or otherwise. My niche (one of them anyway) is… boat photography, a specialty I innocently and unintentionally stumbled into many years ago. Photographs © Allan Weitz...
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Flowers are like sunsets, in that if you can compose and expose the frame properly, it’s pretty much a slam-dunk that you’re going to be walking away with good, if not very good, photographs. Not long ago, my wife brought home a basket of white azaleas. Although I’ve seen azaleas umpteen times in the past, something caught my eye this time around. Maybe it was the late afternoon light, maybe the...
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One of the most surprising things about my formal photography and film education was the impact of a theory and analysis class. It seems that many institutions emphasize that they have the latest and greatest gear, or that they let students use high-end equipment and studios almost right away. Don’t get me wrong—the practical aspect is very important in our industry, but if you want to develop...

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