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Published: 2017-06-22T20:00:34+00:00

 



Shutter Release: OnePlus 5 has dual cameras, behind the scenes of a commercial airline shoot and more

2017-06-22T20:00:34+00:00

Sometimes there is just too much great content out there for you to be able to see it all. That’s where Shutter Release comes in. Our ongoing roundup article series finds interesting photography-related articles and videos from around the web and brings them to you with bite-sized summaries, helping you find content that’s right for you. Today’s Shutter Release roundup includes the news of OnePlus announcing their new OnePlus 5 phone, seven tips and tricks for a faster Lightroom workflow, a couple of neat behind the scenes videos...
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Sigma’s new full-frame 14mm f/1.8 and 24-70mm f/2.8 Art lenses are now available for preorder

2017-06-22T17:15:29+00:00

Click these links to learn more about the new Sigma lenses: Sigma 14mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art and Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art The new Sigma 14mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art lens and Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art lens are now available for preorder through B&H for $1,599 and $1,299 respectively. The Sigma 14mm f/1.8 lens is designed to cover full-frame sensors with excellent performance across the frame, ideal for night sky photography and many other types of ultra wide angle imagery. The 14 f/1.8 optic includes three "F" low...
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How to clean your camera sensor: Clean your dirty sensor at home to save money and time

2017-06-22T14:00:30+00:00

For users of interchangeable lens cameras, having an issue with sensor dust is something of an inevitability. Many camera retailers and even camera manufacturers offer sensor cleaning services, but these can be expensive and time-consuming, especially if you must send your camera away for it to be cleaned. Cleaning your camera sensor yourself is not nearly as difficult as you might think. Photographer Alexis Cuarezma has made a video about cleaning your own camera sensor. In the video below, Cuarezma covers some of the products...
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Canon G9X II Field Test: Good image quality and strong performance in a pocketable form factor

2017-06-21T20:05:04+00:00

Click here to read our Canon G9X Mark II Field Test A couple of years ago, Canon released the compact, pocketable Canon G9X. Its successor, the Canon G9X Mark II, remains very small and uses the same 20.2-megapixel 1-inch-type sensor. The G9X II brings with it a new, faster image processor, which helps make the G9X II an even better compact camera. In our hands-on time with the Canon G9X II, its excellent touchscreen user interface shined. While the camera doesn’t have the same physical controls as its larger-bodied siblings,...
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Adobe to expand VR/360 editing in Premiere, After Effects with acquisition of SkyBox tech from Mettle

2017-06-21T16:00:33+00:00

In a move that will expand their ability to stay at the forefront of 360 degree and VR video editing, Adobe has announced their acquisition of all SkyBox technology from Mettle, a global developer of best-in-class 360-degree and virtual reality software. The Skybox toolset at present is already designed exclusively for post-production in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects CC and complements Adobe Creative Cloud’s existing 360/VR cinematic production technology. This acquisition formally combines the two technologies into...
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Vü Filters as a brand is disappearing, merging with Benro

2017-06-21T15:16:22+00:00

Benro and Vü are both brands distributed by the MAC Group, and since both produce filters, it's not surprising to hear today's news. Likely in a move to consolidate their product and eliminate confusion, Benro (known mostly for their tripods, sliders and video heads) and Vü (known for their high-quality filters) have combined, and the Vü name will be disappearing. As such, Benro's filter offerings are about to get a significant boost thanks to the Vü library of offerings. The MAC Group characterized the move as one that is...
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Zeiss unveils new Milvus 1.4/35 lens for Canon and Nikon mounts, offering a fast wide-angle prime optic

2017-06-21T13:19:54+00:00

Update at 5:20 PM ET: Corrected minimum focus distance and working distance information. Zeiss has announced a new full-frame lens for Canon and Nikon mounts, the Zeiss Milvus 35mm f/1.4. This 35mm f/1.4 prime lens joins the Zeiss Milvus 35mm f/2 lens as a faster alternative. Of the new lens, Christophe Casenave, Product Manager at Zeiss, says, “This means the photos are practically free from chromatic aberrations. The resolutions of camera sensors are constantly becoming higher, and this also increases the demands made on the...
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Shutter Release: Lightroom joins Instagram, printing big photos with a small printer and more

2017-06-21T12:00:21+00:00

Shutter Release is an ongoing series where we share news and other interesting content from around the web. Today we look at Adobe Lightroom’s new Instagram account, a neat method for making large prints when you have a small printer, shooting sunset dog portraits and point you toward the Sony World Photography Awards, whose 2018 content is now open for entries. Lightroom launches its own Instagram channel Adobe has launched an official Instagram account for Adobe Lightroom. Photo by @benjamin_warde ||...
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Gitzo celebrates its centenary with a pair of limited edition Traveler tripods, including one that is $3,000

2017-06-20T19:00:22+00:00

Legendary tripod manufacturer Gitzo is celebrating their centenary this year in style. To celebrate the milestone, Gitzo is releasing a pair of special edition tripods, the 100 Year Anniversary Edition Traveler Tripod and the Arsène Gitzhoven Traveler Tripod. 100 Year Anniversary Edition Tripod The limited edition 100 Year Anniversary Edition tripod is a special edition of Gitzo’s Traveler Tripod. As an homage to the company’s creation in 1917, only 1,917 copies of the limited tripod will be produced. Further exclusivity is...
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Free education: B&H publishes many of their B&H Optic 2017 presentations on YouTube

2017-06-20T16:00:54+00:00

B&H has published many video tutorials from B&H Optic 2017 to their YouTube channel. B&H Optic videos are an excellent resource for photographers of all skill levels and well worth taking the time to watch. Topics covered include Jeff Mauritzen on landscape and wildlife photography, Art Wolfe on his creative process, Vivienne Gucwa travelling to the Arctic with a single camera and lens, Steve Simon on mastering street photography and Alison Wright photographing people with passion and purpose. I have selected a handful of videos to...
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Shutter Release: Is pixel peeping a waste of time? Intrepid Film Photography Award winners announced

2017-06-20T11:00:41+00:00

Shutter Release is an ongoing series here at Imaging Resource where we search the internet to find interesting photography-related topics to share with you. We don’t have time to cover everything we see in depth and Shutter Release is our way of boiling down a carefully-selected assortment of articles, news and videos into bite-sized pieces. In today’s edition of Shutter Release, we have a couple of controversial topics to share with you. The first is an opinion piece on why pixel peeping is a waste of time. The second is a piece...
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Water droplet lens: Dutch scientists and photographer capture portraits using water as the lens

2017-06-19T18:59:10+00:00

Dutch water company SPA Nederland believes in the purity of their product. To prove how clean and clear their water is, they employed scientists to use a drop of SPA Nederland water as a camera lens. It sounds crazy, right? Ultimately, anything can act as a functional lens so long as it can refract light to converge at a single point. The scientists in the video below placed an aperture diaphragm with a piece of glass – coated with water-repellant – in front of a camera sensor. They then placed a water droplet on the glass and...
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Shutter Release: DxOMark tests the Sony A9 sensor. How does it stack up to the competition?

2017-06-19T15:00:47+00:00

We hope you all had a great weekend! Let’s get the new week started off with a bang. In this edition of Shutter Release, our regular roundup feature in which we share and briefly discuss interesting photography articles and videos from around the web, we look at DxOMark’s Sony A9 review, the potential for log profiles in the Sony A9, Vincent Laforet and blending of still and motion pictures with the $50,000 RED 8K Weapon camera, sad news from the Los Angeles Times and finally some grim financial news out of Japan for Ricoh. Sony...
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Fujifilm GFX 50S Field Test Part III: A closer look at the GFX 50S’ features and performance

2017-06-19T11:50:22+00:00

Click here to read our Fujifilm Field Test Part III We've just published our third and final Field Test for the medium format mirrorless Fujifilm GFX 50S camera. In this third hands-on report, we test out the GFX 50S’ new Color Chrome Effect, investigate its image sensor further, test remote shooting capabilities and take one last look at the camera system as a whole. The new Color Chrome Effect is very interesting. It took a lot of engineering on Fujifilm’s part, and it is not something easily replicated with manual image...
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Learn how to take advantage of the “color” and “luminosity” Photoshop blend modes

2017-06-17T14:00:55+00:00

Blake Rudis of f64 Academy made a video to help breakdown a couple of powerful, but very different, blend modes in Photoshop: the color and luminosity blend modes. To borrow an example from Rudis, suppose you are making a curves adjustment in Photoshop. If your blend mode is “normal,” the adjustment will change tone and color in your image. When using the color blend mode, tone data is not adjusted. Conversely, by using the luminosity blend mode, color data is no longer adjusted. It is one thing to read about the blend modes,...
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Firmware Friday: New features for Panasonic VariCam LT; bug fixes for Canon and Nikon too

2017-06-16T22:00:31+00:00

Another week has whizzed by, and it's time once again for Firmware Friday, our regular roundup of what's new for your camera gear. This week, we have news of firmware updates for two still cameras, three video cameras and a lens, as well as of a software update applicable to two further cameras. We'll kick off in alphabetical order as usual, starting our roundup with Canon's news. Canon EOS 5DS, 5DS R, 24-105mm f/4L II and Cinema EOS C300 II / C300 II PL Canon has new firmware for two EOS DSLR cameras and two Cinema EOS...
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No matter how hard we tried, we could not overheat the Sony A9

2017-06-16T21:10:12+00:00

Click here to see our Sony A9 Overheating Test When the Sony A9 first became available to the public, just about immediately a video surfaced online complaining about it overheating in what should have been a relatively unchallenging environment. In that video, the photographer said that within 20 minutes of shooting in 81 degree Fahrenheit weather, the camera warned him that the internal temperature was getting too high, and that it was soon to overheat. We decided that we had to test for ourselves if we could get the camera...
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Why you shouldn’t trust your camera’s display and how to use your camera’s histogram

2017-06-16T19:00:43+00:00

Photographer Steve Perry is an award-winning landscape and wildlife photographer who regularly publishes excellent tutorials covering artistic and technical topics. His latest video tends much more toward the technical side of things and it will help you capture much better images. That topic is histograms. For many, histograms are a very useful tool for capturing better images in-camera but for others, histograms are confusing. They aren’t as complicated as they look, but they do contain a lot of information. The video below...
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Olympus TG-5 First Shots: Lab samples from Olympus’ flagship, lower-resolution rugged camera

2017-06-16T18:06:49+00:00

Click here to see our Olympus TG-5 First Shots Earlier this year, Olympus unveiled their refreshed TG-5, their flagship rugged, waterproof, shockproof compact camera. We've already sent it out into the wild some for an initial Field Test, but between outings, it spent time down in our lab for testing. We're now happy to share our standard First Shots set of lab sample images. As you may know, the new Olympus TG-5 sports a new 12-megapixel CMOS image sensor, which is much lower in megapixels than the 16MP chip inside the...
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Macphun introduces AI-powered filter to Luminar in new update, promising faster, smarter image editing

2017-06-16T15:00:28+00:00

Macphun has launched a new update to their powerful photo editing software, Luminar, dubbed Luminar Neptune. Luminar Neptune’s biggest addition is Accent, an intelligent filter powered by artificial intelligence. Accent can quickly improve your photos in mere seconds by leveraging its AI technology, which was developed in-house at Macphun’s California-based research and development lab. The Accent AI Filter uses a single slider to make a multitude of adjustments simultaneously, allowing users to worry about only a single image...
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