Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Working on hitting the trifecta,Tamronhas released a new lens which includes a very respectable70-210mmfocal range, a quality packaged compact footprint, and a price targeted at starting shooters. The folks at Midwest Photo and Tamron were kind enough to provide me with a pre-release copy, so I happily took it for a spin. Before we get […]

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Earlier I shared a few videos with images and tips for doing architecture photography, here.

Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco.

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The Panasonic Lumix GX9 was announced in February and was originally expected to ship in March, but according to retailers, it’s still only available for pre-order. We got to check one out in person recently, though, during The Photography Show. We also chatted a little about the new Panasonic Lumix GH5S and how it differs […]

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When you’re out and about walking around and shooting in the city, one of the most common things you can do is some architecture photography. The buildings don’t mind having their photo taken, they don’t move, and are interesting subjects to work with.

Here are a few videos showcasing some architecture photography and tips for doing it.

10 architecture images from COOPH

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It doesn’t feel like almost a year ago since Google announced Google Lens. It’s Google’s machine learning system to assist your camera to help make your life easier. It helps it to identify what it’s looking at and then do or show you things based on what it sees. Now, Google has announced that it […]

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It’s not much of a secret that GoPro is struggling. They’ve dropped from a value of more than $10 billion at their peak to around $761 million today. Thousands of staff have been laid off over the last couple of years. And they alsotried, and failed, to expand out into the drone industry. Recently, they […]

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A couple of big areas where users have felt Fujifilm have lacked a little in their cameras are their video capabilities and lack of in-body image stabilisation. Well, they’ve addressed both of those concerns with the new Fujifilm X-H1 in a big way. But while the X-H1 is more video-focused than previous Fujifilm cameras, it’s […]

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Id love to have access to a massive studio space with all of the latest amenities. Who wouldnt? But in many cases, a living room is all you need to get the dynamic shot youre looking for. Nearly all of my favorite studio shots were done with myOliphant backdropsin a 10′ x 15′ room. You […]

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There are very few places in the world that provide the kind of visual stimulation, human interactions, and heightened sensory excitement like as street markets. No matter the size or what the market is about, there is bound to be some interesting things to photograph and experience.

I love going to street markets and farmers markets for several reasons – it seems to be the place where most locals hang out, food and shopping are quite fun and unique and it is a great place to... more

I use my phone to grab quick video clips regularly. But it’s not ideal, especially when it comes to audio. Smartphone microphones just aren’t that great. It’s a little ironic, really, given that, being phones, their primary function is to hear people talking and to let other people hear you talk. But when you point […]

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