Day: September 14, 2017

The Camera Hype

I have been debating for quite some time to write this article. On one hand, I feel like I have an overwhelming responsibility to tell our readers the truth about the camera industry and the economics of running a website, and on the other hand, I know that such a provocative article would probably earn […]

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5 Top Value Lenses for Getting Started in Wildlife Photography

Getting started in wildlife photography is one of the more expensive genres of the photo industry. The lenses and cameras that are often in the bags of pros are more often than not in the higher tier price brackets. However, to get started you don’t need to spend a fortune to gear up with some […]

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Tone Mapping in Photography: HDR Effect

When creating HDR images one must be concerned with the HDR look. But what exactly is the HDR look? If one wants to be technical then the look is defined as a tone mapped look; an image that is the product of the merging of three or more bracketed exposures that is the result of […]

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HP reveals insane Z8 workstation: Can handle 3TB of RAM and 48TB of storage

The rise of 4K (and 6K… and 8K) video, not to mention virtual reality and 360° content, means the computers of today need to grow up and they need to do it fast. 16GB of RAM, a decent video card, and 1TB of hard drive space just won’t cut it for many professionals any longer… […]

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The Edit Photo Button: Brilliant Photoshop Tool Can Transform Any Image into a Masterpiece

Has anyone ever told you that you’re cheating when you apply any post-processing to your image after the initial capture of that image? Well, the reality is that what you were told is completely true. You see, for decades, cameras have had the innate ability to perceive what the scene should look like. In fact, […]

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Sony RX10 Mark IV review-so-far

The RX10 IV updates Sony’s high-end Bridge Super-zoom retaining its predecessor’s 24-600mm / 25x zoom and OLED EVF, but inheriting the RX100 V’s sensor for phase-detect AF, 24fps bursts and 4k without binning. There’s also a touchscreen and Bluetooth; see my preview!… The post Sony RX10 Mark IV review-so-far appeared first on Cameralabs. Gordon Laing […]

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