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The previously announced speed boost of Lightroom Classic is here. Today, Adobe has released the latest update of Lightroom Classic, version 7.2. It mainly focuses on performance, but also makes it easier to organize your files. The latest update makes Lightroom Classic faster, which was one of the main concerns of its users. However, it […]

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The way women are depicted in ads and fashion magazines has been a hot topic lately. Nudity has been used to sell products for ages, and this trend lives on. It also often causes a lot of attention (just remember the Hadid sisters case). Former fashion photographer Jennifer Moss has analyzed fashion magazines over the […]

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From entry-level to pro, the Olympus Mirrorless Four Thirds OM camera series has something for every aspirational travel photographer.

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Along with the LUMIX GX9, Panasonic has announced another camera today. Its a compact Panasonic LUMIX ZS200 (or TZ200 outside the U.S.). Its compact 4.4″ wide body holds a 1 20.1 MP sensor. It features a Leica lens with 15x optical zoom, covering a 24-360mm equivalent focal length range. With its portability and versatile zoom, […]

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Panasonic has officially launched LUMIX GX9, a new mirrorless micro four-thirds camera. It packs a lot of great features in a compact body and as Panasonic itself writes, its aimed at amateur photographers wanting a professional experience. It features a 20.3 MP sensor, shoots 4K video at 30fps, and allows you to save video frames […]

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They often say that photography is all just smoke and mirrors. And, in this case, they’re half right. Mirror-like reflections certainly are involved. This is lighting setup that never would’ve occurred to me had I not stumbled across it on a friend’s Facebook post. UK based photographer Dougie Smith typically brings people into his studio, […]

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Over the past few months, Ive been testing out the features of Luminar. Ive looked at the time-saving features that can help reduce your editing headaches. Ive also played around with the AI filter to see how it holds up in quickly editing holiday photos and now its time to... more

First mentioned nearly a year ago in May 2017, the Sony 400mm f/2.8 GM OSS seems to have been spotted in use during the Winter Olympics in South Korea. An image posted to Instagram by Photoofthelife. Now for the bad news. Not surprisingly, it’s going to be as large as one would expect a 400mm […]

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Portrait photography isnt just about skill. Theres also communication with the models, choosing the right location, gear, and light So many things to think about. Many Ortiz shares five things to avoid when photographing people which he has experienced throughout his career. Are you guilty of any of these? 1. Dont go to your favorite […]

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Well, this is a pleasant surprise. For the first time in a long time, camera and lensproduction and sales has gone up! Seeing an overall 8% increase in cameras and 2% lenses. Sure, not massive amounts, but compared to a 33% drop from 2015 to 2016, that’s mighty impressive. Of course, therehave been a whole […]

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