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Well, this is an interesting turn up for the books. It turns out that while many photographers are trying to adapt their old film cameras to their shiny new Sony cameras, one photographer, Alexander Gee, was doing the opposite. He wanted a film camera that would work with his modern Sony E-Mount lenses. LEX, as […]

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When the Content-Aware Fill tools were added to Photoshop a number of years back, they were hailed as being the best thing since Photoshop itself was created. Now, with a couple of clicks, you could get rid of the stuff you didn’t want in your image and Photoshop would magically replace it with what you […]

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In his work, photographer Benjamin Von Wong often points out to the issues present in our society. In his latest impressive project, he shows the true impact of clothing industry on the environment. This industry is one of the biggest polluters on the planet, and through his photos, Ben wants to show you where your […]

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One of the most ridiculous and the most famous cases is finally solved: no, monkeys cant own the copyright to the photos they snapped accidentally. To remind you, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently refused to dismiss the case. It has now ruled that crested macaque named Naruto doesnt have legal standing to file […]

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So, it appears that we have a firm-ish date for a Nikon mirrorless camera release. Or at least, we have a goal, according to SankeiBiz, who report that Nikon aims to release a high-end full frame mirrorless camera during the current fiscal year, which ends in March 2019. Some of Google’s translation is a little […]

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In my work as a teacher – and as an artist – I have noticed something that might sound very obvious but is rarely talked about in our journey to become better photographers. That is, how we live our day-to-day lives will show us where we are going wrong in our photography. Figuring out your shortcomings is the only way to overcome them.

Let me explain.

“Creativity takes courage.” – Henri Matisse

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Often, we a point made so often that the actual message becomes lost. We hear arguments from both sides that justcompletely don’t get it. To the point where we forget what the original discussion was all about. “The gear does not matter” is one such debate. It’s one that pops up all the time, and […]

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Sometimes there are justifiable reasons for choosing the fastest lens there is. But, is it always the case? Darren Miles believes that sometimes a cheaper f/1.8 lens is a better option. In this video, he gives you five reasons to pick the f/1.8 instead the faster (and pricier) f/1.4. #5: the weight If we talk […]

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This morning, when I looked at my YouTube subscription feed, I came across one from Kevin at The Basic Filmmaker titled How to punch time in the face! It seemed intriguing, so I had a watch. Later in the day, another video from photographers Denae and Andrewcalled I don’t have time for photographywas suggested to […]

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There are certainly several ways to make your own softbox on a budget. But in this video from Major Hardware, youll learn how to do it for almost $0. You most likely have all these items at home, and you can turn them into a DIY studio light for portraits or product photography. You will […]

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