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Published: 2017-02-19T11:00:47+00:00

 



A snowy, cold adventure in Swedish Lapland with landscape and travel photographer Thomas Heaton

2017-02-19T11:00:47+00:00

    Landscape and travel photographer Thomas Heaton not only captures excellent photographs, but he also maintains a very active YouTube channel which blends education and entertainment. His videos often take the form of going out in the field and capturing photos while offering tips and tricks along the way. We have covered his work on numerous occasions (see here, here and here). In a recent video, the U.K.-based Heaton is in Swedish Lapland. He was invited there by Discover the World and Heaton was able to travel around to great...
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What are the advantages of Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF system?

2017-02-18T11:00:29+00:00

    On the heels of the trio of camera announcements from Canon this week, the company has released a new video showing off its Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. The video, while not highly technical, does a good job of providing an overview of the technology. At the heart of the Dual Pixel CMOS AF system is phase-difference autofocus pixels covering 80 percent of the height and 80 percent of the width of the image sensor. The pixels handle both imaging and phase-difference autofocus, hence the “dual.” Canon’s old Hybrid CMOS AF III...
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Firmware Friday: New features for Leica M10, Canon Connect Station CS100; bug-fixes for Canon 1DX II

2017-02-18T03:18:30+00:00

    It's Firmware Friday time once again, folks: Your weekly roundup of all the latest camera and imaging gear updates is here, and this week brings news for owners of three products from Canon and Leica. Specifically, it's the Canon 1DX II and Connect Station CS100 being showered with love this week, along with the Leica M10. We'll start off with Canon's news... Canon EOS 1D X Mark II and Connect Station CS100 Firmware version 1.1.3 for the Canon 1DX Mark II is a bug-fix release, aimed at squashing a few problems in the...
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Sony 100mm f/2.8 STF Field Test: It’s actually f/5.6, shoots like an f/4, yet delivers the smoothest bokeh

2017-02-17T22:38:09+00:00

    A taste for the finer things in life comes through experience, and the desire to move beyond the traditional mass-market standards. This can apply to fine wines, aged cheeses, fabulous french sauces, works of art and fine automobiles. It also applies to high-end camera lenses, which can offer a variety of subtle refinements perceptible only to those who know what to look for. The Sony FE 100mm f/2.8 STF is just such a lens, and our friends at Sony were kind enough to send us a pre-production sample for Field Testing. It has an...
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Analog matchmaker: Find the perfect film for you with this fun quiz

2017-02-17T19:00:11+00:00

    For whatever reason – or perhaps a variety of reasons – film is not only still alive, but seemingly gaining popularity. This somewhat surprising reversal of fate for analog photography means that many photographers who either used to shoot film or have never tried it before, are interested in giving it a go. One of these people is French photographer Vincent Moschetti who sold his digital photography equipment to purchase a full suite of film photography gear. Vincent has started a website, One Year With Film Only (OYWFO), to offer...
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Canon 5D Mark IV Review Conclusion: Familiar yet refreshed 5D IV is a top-notch professional DSLR

2017-02-17T18:30:40+00:00

    Canon's 5D-series has been one of its most popular lineup, a true line of workhorse cameras for professionals and experienced enthusiasts covering a variety of multimedia pursuits. With the refreshed Canon 5D Mark IV, some four long years after the Mark III's debut, the pro-level full-frame DSLR's gains a host of upgrades, though mainly to its internals -- thankfully, Canon's left its tried-and-true exterior design more or less unchanged. We've just now published our full Canon 5D Mark IV review, complete with our review...
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Floppy disk camera: Revisiting the Sony FD85, how does it hold up nearly 20 years later?

2017-02-17T16:00:12+00:00

    In 2000, Sony released the MVC-FD85 digital camera. What made this camera interesting is that, like other Mavica models, it utilized a floppy disk for image storage. There was an optional adapter which accepted Memory Stick cards inside of a dummy floppy disk as well. The FD85 used a 1.3-megapixel CCD image sensor and had a built-in lens which provided a 35mm equivalent 39-117mm focal length range with an f/2.8-2.9 aperture. YouTube user LitZippo recently revisited the FD85 and made an entertaining review of the camera, complete...
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Take a trip back in time with The Met Museum’s digital collection, nearly 400,000 free images available

2017-02-17T11:00:56+00:00

    The Met Museum in New York City recently digitized its collection, releasing nearly 400,000 images for free under a Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. A CC0 license means that all of the images are available for unrestricted use. You can search through the collection of digitized work here and utilize several filters to narrow your search. You could easily lose hours and hours while exploring photographs and artworks from a wide array of cultures over different periods time. I’ve selected a few of my favorite photographs, which...
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World Press Photo 2017 winners announced, see which cameras took the most award-winning photos

2017-02-16T17:43:19+00:00

    World Press Photo recently announced its 2017 Photo Contest winners. Spanish site Photolari broke down which cameras were used to capture the award-winning images and the information is quite interesting. Granted, there are nine images for which data is not available, but otherwise we can see the breakdown of the other 36 winning photographs. Overall, DSLR cameras dominate the charts, with the Canon 5D Mark III leading the way with nine award-winning photos having been snapped with the venerable full-frame Canon. Canon also holds...
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Can’t beat free: X-Trans and Foveon-sensor friendly raw editor RawTherapee updated to version 5

2017-02-16T11:00:46+00:00

    The free raw developer, RawTherapee, has been updated to version 5. For users of Foveon and X-Trans cameras, RawTherapee has often been an excellent alternative to other raw editors, which either don't support or poorly support raw files from these distinct camera sensors, but it is well-regarded by many users of other cameras as well. Version five introduces many new features. Two of the big new features are wavelets and retinex (page in French) tools. Additional features include monitor profile and rendering intent support,...
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Star Wars fans, do you know the photographic origins of Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber?

2017-02-15T18:30:36+00:00

    Whether you are a Star Wars fan or not, you are almost certainly familiar with the lightsaber. The iconic weapon from the Star Wars universe has found itself enshrined in popular culture for decades. Did you know that the basis for some of the lightsabers in the original Star Wars trilogy were repurposed camera flashes? DigitalRev In-Focus looks at the origins of the lightsaber design and its interesting connection to photography. When collecting props for the filming of "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope," set director Roger...
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Exposing the hidden secrets in skin with ultraviolet light and a UV-sensitive camera

2017-02-15T15:00:28+00:00

    Mathieu Stern teamed up with fellow French photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer to showcase how a modified DSLR camera can show many details hidden in your skin. Ferrer is well-regarded for his ultraviolet and infrared photography and Stern wanted to work with Ferrer to see what they could do together in the studio. Using ultraviolet lightbulbs, a large UV ring flash and a UV-sensitive DSLR, the duo showed how different we look when exposed to UV light using specialized camera gear. It's always fun to see familiar subjects in a new...
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Photography trends in 2017: Smartphone photography on the rise, UltraHD printing and more

2017-02-15T11:00:12+00:00

    WhiteWall Product Manager Jan-Ole Schmidt has shared some thoughts on the trends he believes will take off during 2017 and beyond. Smartphone photography is on the rise, says Schmidt, “It is not just the camera in the smartphones that are getting better - accessories and add-ons are being introduced at an incredible pace and with amazing quality. Supplementary gadgets can vastly improve the performance of consumer mobile devices. Modern light gauges and high-end, detachable lenses can create professional quality pictures.” At...
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Canon announces EOS M6, an enthusiast-oriented, yet compact 24MP mirrorless camera

2017-02-15T04:01:38+00:00

    Canon made waves with its EOS M5 mirrorless camera last fall, introducing their first mirrorless camera which felt like a true enthusiast model. The Canon EOS M6 continues in the same vein while ditching the built-in electronic viewfinder of the M5 and reducing the pricepoint while keeping much of what has thus far impressed us about the M5. The Canon EOS M6 pairs the same 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor found in the M5 with the same DIGIC 7 image processor to offer what Canon promises is a speedy camera. Also shared between the...
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More DSLR choices for your dollar: Closely-related Canon 77D, T7I blur the lines between EOS and Rebel

2017-02-15T04:00:24+00:00

    Announced today alongside the updated Canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera comes a pair of brand new Canon DSLRs. The updated Canon T7i, a new Rebel-series model, is set to replace the existing T6i. Meanwhile, there's a new little brother to sit under the popular 80D, in the form of the aptly-named the Canon 77D. Both models share many similar features that have made their way down from higher-end models such as the 80D itself. Together, both the T7i and 77D center around a 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF, a similar, if...
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Panasonic GH5 First Shots: A pre-production model of Panasonic’s new flagship 6K-shooting camera arrives

2017-02-14T22:30:06+00:00

    Hold onto your hats Micro Four Thirds fans, there's a new flagship in town! Panasonic's long-anticipated GH5 is here, at least with pre-production firmware, but we've received the green light to post First Shots anyway. Pixel peep away! But, just note that final image quality could potentially change between now and when the Panasonic GH5 hits the store shelves. Offering a welcome resolution boost from the 16-megapixel chip of its predecessor, the new GH5 is centered around an all-new 20MP Live MOS image sensor without an optical...
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APS-C vs full-frame sensors, what are the differences in image quality when using the same lens?

2017-02-14T19:30:54+00:00

    Photographer Ilko Alexandroff has created a new video to illustrate the difference between using a specific lens on an APS-C or a full-frame camera body. An 85mm lens on a crop-sensor body offers a similar focal length as an 135mm lens on a full-frame camera body, what sort of difference in image quality and overall look of the photo can you expect? You may already be aware of the differences between working with APS-C and full-frame cameras, but Alexandroff’s video is a very practical demonstration and well worth viewing. He...
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Think Tank Trio: Think Tank releases new Signature bags, updated Airport TakeOff and Helipak bags

2017-02-14T17:28:29+00:00

    Think Tank Photo has announced new additions to its carrying solution lineup, including a new shoulder bag series and two additions to their “Airport” series. Think Tank Signature Series Blending modern fabrics and a classic style, the Think Tank Signature Series includes a pair of shoulder bags. Think Tank Photo CEO and lead designer Doug Murdoch says of the new bags, “The new Signature Series features a modern fabric that is soft to the touch and yet is durable. In addition, the zippered flap provides full closure and...
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Fishing at dawn with a Nikon D610: Our January photography contest winners unveiled!

2017-02-14T14:33:12+00:00

    Our Photo of the Day contest has reached it's first milestone of 2017, as we honor our first set of prize-winning photographers! And it's a great start to the year indeed, as we have some delightful images on display for you this month. Thanks for taking a closer look at these photographers' prize-winning images, and please feel free to leave comments for them down below! Winning our First Prize for January is no stranger to the awards podium in our contest. Sirsendu Gayen with his trusty Nikon D610 has brought us yet another...
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Lightroom workflow: Keyboard shortcuts to save you time and trouble in Adobe Lightroom

2017-02-13T19:30:54+00:00

    After covering printing and print templates in Lightroom last week, today we are sharing some awesome workflow tips for the popular Adobe software. Scott Kelby has published a list of seven Lightroom shortcuts every user should know when working in the Develop module. Did you know that you can move from slider to slider in the Basic panel by using the period and comma keys? The period key moves you to the next slider below and the comma key moves to the previous slider above. When using the sliders to perform adjustments, you can...
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