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Like most photographers who have been working for many years, I have my favorite, go-to lights. These include the Broncolor Para 88, 133, and 222; the Broncolor ‘pre-2006 style’ Flooters; the Elinchrom Zoom Spots; and Elinchrom Litemotiv Indirect.

Note: This article contains a portrait that may not be work safe.

I have adapted all of these modifiers within the last year to fit the... more

The Nikon Z7 is slated as a mirrorless equivalent to the D850, but it can't subject track with the same reliability as its DSLR counterpart. AF performance is otherwise good, except in low light where hunting can lead to missed shots.

Sony has announced the new Cyber-shot HX99, what the company calls “the world’s smallest... more

After discovering retouching services being offered on Fiverr, the popular platform that lets freelancers offer ultra-cheap services, photographer... more

Last year, Adobe shook up its Lightroom ecosystem and quite a lot of its longtime customers by announcing Lightroom CC 1.0, a completely new desktop photo management and editing app focused on Creative Cloud integration. The previous version lost its name to the upstart and was rebranded Lightroom Classic CC, leading many people to think, over Adobes sudden strenuous objections, that Classic was soon headed for the rejects bin.

Today, Adobe released... more

If editing panorama photos if what you do all day long, you might want to take a look at Dell’s new UltraSharp 49 Curved Monitor, model name U4919DW. It’s the world’s first 49-inch display with dual QHD resolution.

The monitor features a “revolutionary ultra-wide” 32:9 aspect ratio and is designed to replace two 27-inch QHD monitors. The massive screen real estate provides 5120×1440 in resolution and in-plane switching (IPS) technology that... more

Due to circumstances that are generally out of our control, not all landscape photography trips are a success, but with a bit of planning you can increase the likelihood of having a productive outdoor photo shoot. The soft morning or late afternoon light that all landscape photographers are after is generally a short-lived event and being as prepared as possible will enable you to capture it when the moment is right.

1. Virtual Scouting

A great way to determine if a... more

How you light your subject is one of the key decisions you’ll need to make when shooting portraits. The Koldunov Brothers published this 9-minute tutorial showing the impact the... more

Earlier this year, Adobe Chief Product Officer, Scott Belsky, acknowledged Adobe was working on a full version of Adobe Photoshop for iPad. Today, we were given a glimpse into the fruits of its labor, with Adobe previewing Photoshop CC on iPad on stage... more

Researchers have created a new world’s fastest camera. Called T-CUP, the camera can capture a mind-boggling 10 trillion frames per second.

The camera was developed by scientists at the INRS branch of the Universit du Qubec in Canada, and it doubles the previous record speed. Lund University’s FRAME camera boasted 5 trillion frames... more