Day: July 28, 2017

6 Helpful Tips for Doing Interior Architecture Photography

Shooting interior architecture photography can be challenging to get just right. Here are six tips to help you have more success with this type of photography. 21mm focal length, f/11, ISO 100, 1/200th. One off-camera flash used. 1) Always use a tripod There are two main reasons why you always want to use a tripod […]

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Fstoppers Reviews the Venus Optics 105mm f/2 STF Lens

Just recently, I was able to test out the Venus Optics 105mm f/2 STF lens. After having it and using it here and there for a few months, I came to the conclusion that it would not be a bad addition to my photo bag. There were a lot of things I enjoyed about this […]

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Could the Nikon D850 Have a Hybrid Viewfinder?

The news of Nikon developing the next generation high-resolution D850 DSLR camera have been generating a lot of buzz all over the photography community. The Nikon D810 has set such a high benchmark for a DSLR, that any thought of an upgrade is certainly getting a lot of people excited. Nikon’s promise to deliver a […]

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Leica chairman contemplates Leica smartphone

Leica chairman of the supervisory board Andreas Kaufmann, image: Leica Leica is one of the camera makers with the most tradition and, via its strategic partnership with Huawei, already involved in the development of smartphone camera technology. However, it appears chairman of the supervisory board Andreas Kaufmann can imagine the German manufacturer taking things one […]

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Convert Photography to Art with Real Brushstrokes: Impression

A photo shows how a camera sees reality… but a painting shows how the painter sees it. Art is personal expression, and TopazLabs has designed this program with the same philosophy. Impression turns photos into art the way a real artist would: by intelligently putting real brushstrokes on canvas. They are currently offering it at […]

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