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Although many lens filters were pretty much eradicated by the advent of digital photography, there are two which still hold a lot of value that can’t really be accurately replicated in Photoshop. Those are polarizers and neutral density filters. You can try, but you’ll never get it looking exactly like the real thing. Recently, I’ve […]

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We’ve all seen Eric Pare’s DIY light tubes for light painting, but these ones from Adam Rahn at DroiMedia are a little bit different. These ones are designed for video. They’re to emulate lights like the Quasar Science and CAME-TV tubes. These DIY options are relatively inexpensive, easy to build and allow you to customise […]

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I recently watched a movie with my kids about the Cottingley Fairies.The filmwas a bit of a snoozer but it was my introduction to the true story of two little girls who, between 1917 and 1920 took beautiful b&w glass plate photographs of one another interacting with fairies in the forest behind their home in […]

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The post Weekly Photography Challenge Mountains appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk.

This weeks photography challenge topic is MOUNTAINS!

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With the number of selfie deaths on the increase with new ones happening almost every week, you’d think people would get smart and figure out that taking dangerous risks for social media just isn’t worth it. Apparently not. A woman has been reportedly been banned for life by Royal Caribbean Cruises after posing for a […]

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ON1 Software has announced ON1 Photo RAW 2020, new and improved editing software aiming to be your all-in-one photo workflow solution. It looks like AI-based features are becoming a must in photo editing software, and ON1 Photo Raw isnt lagging behind. The latest version comes with some AI-based tools, but also plenty of other improvements […]

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A year or so ago, I wrote a blog post on why I switched from Nikon to Sony. A few people asked why I didnt move to the Nikon mirrorless system. And the answer was simple, I didnt want to risk shooting a wedding with a single memory card slot. I shoot RAW to both […]

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