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The AF features of Fujifilm X-T3 are pretty impressive, judging from the tests so far. But it doesnt only work well with native lenses: the X-T3 nails focus even with a 600mm lens paired with a Fringer adapter. In this video from Fringer, check out how well the Fujifilm XT-3 performs even with a non-native, […]

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Photographing a group of people on large format wet plate needs a lot of power. Even with a relatively wide f/5.6 aperture, with an ISO of around 0.5 that still needs a lot of light. How much light? Well, around 7500 watt-seconds to be precise. That’s how much power photographerMarkus Hofsttter used for this group […]

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We all love Lightroom.

There’s a reason it became an essential part of a photographers workflow. Its powerful, easy to use, and helps make your photos come alive.

But what if I said you could make it even easier to use while adding a new dynamic to your editing process?

Well, plugins can do just that.

Being able to extend Lightroom’s capabilities with third-party plugins is one of the things I love most about it. And its something most people... more

Recently, a user on Sony Alpha subreddit reported an issue with his a7 III when a SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB SDXC UHS-I Card is inserted. They were looking for an advice from fellow Sony users, but as it turned out many more of them have had the same issue with the same memory card […]

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They sure don’t waste any time over at Magic Lantern HQ. A1ex at ML sent over a couple of firmware files over to Andrew Reid at EOS HD to test out on his new Canon EOS R camera. While neither file currently adds any functionality to the EOS R, one of them does prove that […]

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When you’re just starting out as a photographer, one of the biggest challenges can be using the correct shutter speed and aperture values. Shooting a correctly exposed photo in manual mode is an amazing feeling. But unless you know the relationship between shutter speed and aperture it may not happen very often.

In this article I’ll talk about how to use the shutter speed and aperture values efficiently to get properly exposed photos.

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Its that time of the year when nature changes and landscapes explode in colors. Many photographers (especially landscape photographers) take trips at fall and capture the changing world around them. Before you hit the road, its important to prepare, so you make the most of your photography trip. In this video, Nigel Danson talks about […]

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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. I have adapted all of these modifiers within the last year to fit the Flashpoint 1200H remote […]

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Landscape photography comes with a wide range of its joys, but it also faces you with a lot of challenges. Regardless of the difficulties you may encounter, landscape photography is a beautiful art form that can improve your life. In this video, Adam Karnacz of First Man Photography explores some of the joys, rewards, and […]

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The “Brenizer method” isn’t exactly a new idea. In fact, it’s been around since before it was claimed byRyan Brenizer. He was simply the one who made it popular. And we’ve covered it a few times before. But what is it? What does it do? And how do you do it? Essentially, it’s a way […]

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