Day: October 19, 2016

Wildlife Photography Tips – Telling A Story

It’s been a while, almost 5 months since my last post, so lets see where the typing leads me and if I can still remember how to write an engaging article. Now I do remember a little thing called a “pre-nup” that I have with the readers of PL. It kind of goes like this: “I’ll […]

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GoPro Hero5 Session

Update: The GoPro Hero5 Session release date is here and our review has been updated with a new video to show off the Karma drone that launches at the end of the month. Now that the official editing apps have launched, we’ll refresh to a full review this week. The GoPro Hero5 Session is the […]

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3 Steps for a Clean Edit in Lightroom

3 Steps for a Clean Edit in Lightroom August 11, 2016 by Zach Prez There is nothing more classic and simple than a clean edit. Starting with a RAW image straight out of the camera gives you the perfect clean base to begin. Achieving a clean edit in Lightroom is easy if you follow these […]

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10 Non-Technical Ways to Improve Your Street Photography

The technical side of street photography is incredibly important to master, because if you do not understand your camera, then you will not be able to do the tips in this article well. You want to be able to know your camera so well that you forget it is even there. However, it is the non-technical […]

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Elevating X-Trans? Fujifilm X-T2 Review

The Fujifilm X-T2 is an updated version of the company’s top-level DSLR-shaped APS-C camera. It’s built around the same 24MP X-Trans sensor as the X-Pro2 but ends up being much more than an X-T1 with more pixels. Instead, the X-T2 is a camera that does much to address the X-System’s remaining weaknesses, which can only […]

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Nikon Announces AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR and PC 19mm f/4E ED Tilt-Shift Lenses (UPDATED)

We have two, fantastic reasons to be happy today in the form of two, long-awaited lenses. First, Nikon announced an update to its flagship 70-200mm f/2.8 professional zoom that features fluorite lens components, an electromagnetic diaphragm, and a slew of other quality and durability improvements. Meanwhile, a new PC 19mm f/4E tilt-shift also features Nikon’s […]

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Camera Modes Explained

Only hours left! It’s gone forever at noon: The Photography Deal of the Year 2016 If you’re just learning about your camera, then chances are you’ve taken a look at the top of your camera only to become immediately confused. However, you don’t need to worry, as I’m going to explain what each and every […]

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