Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Following from last year’sannouncement that they were raising 440 billion yen (nearly $4 billion) to furtherdevelopment and production of new sensor technology, Sony have started to reveal the fruits of their labor with the announcement of theirnewIMX318 sensor. Aimed squarely at the mobile devices market and with a pixel size of only1.0m, they’re able to [...]

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One of the most significant advantages that modern cameras have over their film-based counterparts of days gone, by is their ability to change how sensitive they are to light with the touch of a button.

Back in the days of film you had to decide ahead of time whether you wanted to shoot at ISO (then called ASA) 100, 200, 400, or in extreme cases, 800. If you were going to take pictures outdoors, a roll of 24 or 36 exposure, 100 or 200 film would work fine, but woe betide the... more

I’ve always heldthe opposite opinion when confronted with the phrase “The camera never lies”.If you ask me, the camera’s always lied and that lyingoften causes controversy. This amusing video by B Kp Sng ogoes some way towards showing just how true this is, especially when it comes to social media photography. Even before digital, the [...]

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I am very happy to announce that we are releasing 4 more Image Manipulation packages today. Some by popular demand and some we decided to make on our own, but basically you said jump and we said how high. Heavy Industrial Smoke small smoke swirls are good, but you know whats better? BIG HEAVY INDUSTRIAL [...]

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Have you ever wondered which lenses are in a wedding photographer’s bag? There is a plethora of choice when it comes to lenses, and lens companies come up with new products all the time. Many photographers are attracted to these bright and shiny things and end up with a mammoth collection of lenses, many of which hardly see the light of day. If you have to pare back to the absolute necessities, and are allowed five lenses in your wedding photography bag, these are the ones that I would... more

Earlier today, we shared a collection of leaked images that showed off Canons upcoming EF-S 18135mm f/3.55.6 IS lens and an accompanying Canon Power Adapter. Now, an all new leak has come to fruition, showing off the very camera that this new lens will likely be paired with as a kit lens, the Canon EOS [...]

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American photographer David Alan Harvey has travelled all across the world, capturing life as he sees it through the camera. One of his favorite places seems to be Cuba, considering much of his portfolio consists of the Caribbean island and that he has out a book appropriately titled, Cuba. In 1999, he travelled to Cuba [...]

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Real estate photography might seem straightforward, but the reality is its just as challenging as any other genre. After all, its about what you should keep in the image and what you should take out. How far is too far though? Thats what a few would-be home buyers are asking in regards to the photo [...]

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It might not be official yet, but thanks to a few leaked images, we now have a first look at Canons upcoming EF-S 18135mm f/3.55.6 IS lens and an interesting little device called the Canon Power Adapter. The images, which first appeared on Digi-came give us a glimpse at the third-iteration of Canons long-range zoom [...]

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Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw might come with built-in tools for removing chromatic aberration and color fringing, but for those who either prefer to do it themselves or have a bit more control, fine art nature photographer Steve Perry has shared a helpful tutorial on how to remove optical flaws in Photoshop. Perry starts [...]

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