perjantai 12. elokuuta 2022

Imaging recource: Video: Fantastic tips for photographing waterfalls

We join photographer Adam Gibbs at Headquarter Creek on Vancouver Island to photograph a waterfall tucked away in a small canyon. Like many of Gibbs's videos, it's a great behind-the-scenes look at a talented photographer at work. However, this time, Gibbs includes a post-processing tutorial, showing how to blend images with different shutter speeds to achieve amazing results in Adobe Photoshop. Let's see how Gibbs fared out in the field. Equipped with waterproof pants, Gibbs took his Fuji GFX 100S and GF 32-64mm lens. As for...
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torstai 11. elokuuta 2022

Imaging recource: Kickstarter: Jollylook Pinhole camera is a film camera DIY kit

Jollylook, a Ukrainian photography gear company, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Jollylook Pinhole, an instant film camera DIY kit. The campaign has already met its $20,000 funding goal, which is great news for the Ukrainian team, who had to depart its homeland after the Russian invasion and restart its operations in Slovakia. Jollylook Pinhole looks fun for photography enthusiasts and may even be a great gift. The Jollylook team expects the first kits to begin shipping in December, which may be just in time for...
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keskiviikko 10. elokuuta 2022

Imaging recource: Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022 announced: Incredible wildlife photo takes top prize

Nature TTL has announced the winners of its annual Photographer of the Year contest. This year's Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022 is Dennis Stogsdill from the US. Stogsdill earned the top prize with a fantastic image of a caracal carrying its prey, a colorful flamingo. The image, titled "A Cat and its Prize," earned Stogsdill a £1,500 grand prize, which is equivalent to over $1,800. "This is nature at its most raw. The caracal is soaked from chasing the flamingos through the waters, but has come out on top," says Will...
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Imaging recource: Lexar’s new CFexpress Type A card is the fastest on the market

Lexar has announced the world's fastest CFexpress Type A card and a new CFexpress Type A/SD card reader. The Lexar Type A Gold Series CFexpress Type A card promises transfer speeds up to 900MB/s, 900MB/s read speed and 800MB/s write speed. Concerning minimum write speed, Lexar states the card delivers at least 700MB/s speed. CFexpress Type A cards are used in numerous high-end mirrorless cameras, such as the Sony A7S III, A1 and A7 IV. Sony makes CFexpress Type A cards, including the 160GB CEA-G160T, which promises maximum...
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Imaging recource: Techart’s new Leica M to Sony E autofocus adapter promises improved usability and faster focusing

Techart, the makers of adapters for a wide range of cameras and lenses, has announced the second generation of its Leica M to Sony E autofocus adapter for manual lenses, the LM-EA9. The new adapter follows years of research and development. Compared to the original adapter, the new version promises a more powerful motor, sleeker design, and improved autofocus performance. It also utilizes a bulge-less design, ensuring that the adapter doesn't interfere with tripods and other accessories....
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tiistai 9. elokuuta 2022

Imaging recource: Video: 5 tips to improve your bird photography

OM System Ambassador Emilie Talpin has created a new video for B&H that delivers five tips to help improve your bird photography. Let's get right into it. The first tip is to "find your bird." Talpin means you must research before venturing out to do bird photography. You need to figure out where the bird you want to photograph lives, understand its behavior and learn where you should go to give yourself the best chance at a nice photo. Talpin uses two apps, eBird and BirdsEye to help her learn more about what birds she can...
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Imaging recource: Video: How a large umbrella transforms natural light outdoor portraits

When shooting natural light outdoor portraits, the sun is an important part of your lighting. However, the sun is extremely bright and high overhead for much of the day, creating harsh shadows. You could use artificial light to help even things out, but that's another piece of gear to worry about. In his latest "Laws of Light" video, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens shows how using a shoot through umbrella can transform challenging natural light into beautiful light. In the video below, Morgan shows how to position a portrait...
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