Day: November 6, 2016

Interview with Ove Bengtson of Hasselblad on the X1D-50c MF Mirrorless

After we interviewed Fuji on the new GFX 50S medium format mirrorless camera, we also decided to interview folks at Hasselblad on their new X1D-50c. Since both cameras feature very similar sensors and are both mirrorless, they surely do compete head-to-head with each other. However, there are surely some interesting differences worth looking at – […]

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Window Portrait: Photography Activity

Need some inspiration for indoor photos? Try this window light portrait technique. “Thanksgiving” captured by martinak15 This is a basic indoor portrait with soft window light from one side. You’ll need: A window that does not face the sun (or it is overcast outside) Daylight A willing model Camera Setup Mode: Aperture Priority (Often shown […]

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Adobe Updates Photoshop’s Face-Aware Liquify Feature

In the latest updates from Adobe for Photoshop CC 2017, not only is the software faster, but Face-Aware Liquify comes with a new feature. [ Read More ] Fstoppers Visit here for more on Books and Courses on Photography. Read more on Digital Photography.

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NYC Dance Project: How two photographers capture the beauty in movement

NYC Dance Project: The Art of Movement Charlotte Landreau, Soloist, Martha Graham Dance Company. © Ken Browar and Deborah Ory New York City-based photographers Deborah Ory and Ken Browar have spent the past two and a half years creating images of today’s most influential dancers in their home studio. A project that began in a quest to […]

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How to Find Your Photography Niche: You Don’t Have To Master It All

When it comes to photography, there can sometimes be this strange assumption that we are (or should be) experts in all types of photography. Photography is essentially painting with light, so there’s no reason why we shouldn’t be able to do newborn photography, astrophotography, weddings, family portraits, landscape photography, and food photography, right? Light is […]

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NiSi Filter System Overview

During the past few months, both Spencer and I have pretty much switched from our old Lee filter system to a much better (in our opinion) filter system by NiSi. While I have been a fan of Lee filters, I have had a few problems with it in the field, whether it comes to how […]

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Nikon D3300 Review

• UPDATED: Key differences between the D3300 and D3400 The Nikon D3300 may have been replaced by the D3400, but that’s no reason to discount this entry-level DSLR. Despite the growing popularity of mirrorless cameras, the entry-level DSLR market is still incredibly popular for those looking to take the next step in their photography journey. […]

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