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So, you’ve got your camera, your lenses, and your lights. It’s all well and good having the kit, but where do you store it? How do you transport it to a location? Well, nut surprisingly, that’s where bags come into play. This list contains a number of bags that we use to store and transport […]

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Its finally here! The long awaited Nikon D850 review is finally finished! It took me 11 states, two countries, eight weeks, and 16,000 images to get it done, but here it is! This is a true field test loaded with real world examples, advice, and tons of tips for getting the most from all the […]

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Today we are teaming up with Datacolor to share their Black Friday deals. Check them out below. Black Friday offers are valid 11/22-11/28, so check them out and don’t let them slip. Spyder5PRO Sale Price: $149 The Spyder5PRO usually sells for $189, so this is a $40 saving. Plus you’d be getting a 3-month Adobe […]

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Earlier in the week we revealed the DSLRs that were best selling among our readers over the last few months. While DSLRs are still the most popular type of readers among our readers this last quarter has seen a big rise in the number of you using compact system/mirrorless cameras.

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So, you’ve got your camera and your lenses, but now what? The days are getting shorter, and darker, potentially limiting what you can shoot, and for how long. Even when the weather is great and the days are long, the available light doesn’t always give you what you want and you want to augment it […]

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If you live anywhere in the northern hemisphere, you must have realized by now that fall is over and winter is slowly but surely creeping up on us. The days are getting shorter, the leaves are changing color (or gone) and here in Chicago, the rain is your constant companion until it gets replaced by snow!

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Today seems to be a day for portrait related posts. We’ve had the breakdown studio lights from Mark Wallace. And a complete start to finish location portrait process from Francisco Hernandez. Now, from Ed Verosky, we have another way to practice portrait lighting and experiment. Photographing vegetables. It might seem like a bit of an […]

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Recently, there was a report which gave astrophotographers some hope that the Sonys Star Eater issue has been resolved. Still, after some new tests, it seems the problem still exists. The guys from DPReview have tested the spatial filtering in the new Sony a7R III along with Jim Kasson, and the results are not encouraging. […]

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If youre into light painting, chances are youre following Zach Smidts work. Weve featured his photos before, and recently, one of his stunning shots especially caught my eye. Surrounded by the serene pink sunset, with gorgeous clouds as a backdrop, Zachs model Juli stands reflected in the mirror-like water. The white wings are light-painted behind […]

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Today I used Lightroom Mobile to capture images on the street for the first time. I recently remembered that you can sync images from Lightroom Mobile right to the Lightroom desktop application. This was huge for me as I’m tired of syncing via Airdrop… It legit takes forever to select which images you want to […]

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