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The Imaging Resource News page is the best way to stay on top of all the latest in the fast-paced world of digital imaging! Up-to-the-minute news as well as coverage of the latest articles and reviews covering digital imaging hardware and software of all



Published: 2017-11-21T15:45:22+00:00

 



Nikon D850 Field Test Part II: How does Nikon’s new pro camera handle wildlife and night photography?

2017-11-21T21:08:17+00:00

Click here to read my Nikon D850 Field Test Part II The 45.7-megapixel Nikon D850 is Nikon's newest professional DSLR and is one of the most versatile cameras I've ever used. In the newly-published Nikon D850 Field Test Part II, I test the D850's mettle as a wildlife camera and also put it through its paces in a challenging night photography scenario. The D850 is equipped with Nikon's latest-generation autofocus and image processor systems, which allows the 153-point AF system to focus as the camera shoots at up to 9 frames...
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7 techniques for creating amazing-looking eyes in Photoshop

2017-11-21T20:30:42+00:00

If eyes are the windows to the soul, then they should be the focus of your portraiture. While it's easy to edit eyes to make them pop in a portrait, it's not so simple to do so in a realistic, natural-looking way. In the video below created by the Photoshop Training Channel, Jesús Ramirez shows us how to enhance eyes in Photoshop using seven different techniques. The different techniques can be used in conjunction with each other, but the most important thing is determining what you want to convey in your image and then going...
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Learn how to edit natural-looking skin tones in Capture One Pro

2017-11-21T18:00:30+00:00

Phase One's Capture One software is one of the most powerful RAW editors on the market. The company works with Sony to provide Capture One Express with Sony camera purchases and Sony has been working on a post-production workflow series over at Alpha Universe. While the tips are aimed at Sony owners, anyone who uses Capture One Pro can take advantage of the educational content. The video below is from the Alpha Universe series and it's all about skin tones. Color editing is one of the most important steps in any photo editing...
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Leica announces pancake Elmarit-TL 18mm f/2.8 ASPH. lens for Leica L-mount

2017-11-21T15:50:39+00:00

Alongside their new Leica CL camera, the German company has also released a new L-mount lens for their APS-C camera system, the Leica Elmarit-TL 18mm f/2.8 ASPH. lens. The L-mount lens has a 27mm equivalent focal length and an aperture range of f/2.8 to f/16. The ASPH. lens has four aspherical surfaces and a pancake form factor. The lens is only 0.83 inches (21 millimeters) long and has a 2.4 inch (61 millimeter) diameter. The lens weighs a paltry 2.8 ounces (80 grams). With its 39mm filter thread, this is one small Leica lens....
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Leica releases new Leica CL: A nearly $3,000 APS-C camera with 24-megapixel sensor and 4K video

2017-11-21T15:45:22+00:00

Leica CL First Impressions • Update at 04:30 PM ET: We have published our Leica CL First Impressions and added links to it in this news. Leica has announced the Leica CL, the newest - and most expensive - addition to their APS-C camera system. Joining the TL2, the Leica CL employs a 24-megapixel APS-C format image sensor and Leica Maestro II image processor. The Leica CL has a classic Leica design. However, the retro-inspired look packs a lot of modern technology. In addition to the 24-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and...
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Creating dramatic black and white images in Photoshop

2017-11-21T15:30:35+00:00

Being able to create compelling black and white images is a skill unto itself. It is not easy to convert a color image into a dynamic monotone image. You lose a method of creating contrast and leading your viewer through an image, color, and have to instead rely on different elements of an image, such as brightness, contrast and texture. It is far from the case that a nice color image works in black and white with only a simple black and white conversion. As is often true with post-processing, there are many ways to perform a...
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Landscape drone photography tips and tricks

2017-11-21T12:30:30+00:00

The DJI Mavic is a very capable drone, able to shoot 4K video and 12-megapixel still images. The quadcopter has proven a popular choice for many videographers and photographers. One such photographer is Nigel Danson, who has created a new video with tips for improving your landscape photography. In the video below, Danson discusses settings specific to the DJI Mavic while also offering more general tips for drone photography, including discussions about light and composition, which can be much different when using a drone than...
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Large format photography in Zion National Park

2017-11-20T21:00:27+00:00

Photographer Ben Horne does a lot of traveling for his large format photography, but there are some locations he continues to visit year after year. One of those places is Zion and in the video below, we get to see Horne's first day at Zion this fall. Visiting Zion is like visiting a friend. Catching up, hearing stories about the old days and seeing how we both have changed," Horne says. Visiting the same place year after year gives Horne a distinct opportunity to see precisely how he has changed and grown with time, being able...
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Camera of the Year 2017: Best Professional & High-End Cameras

2017-11-20T19:02:51+00:00

The top of the line from 2017, the State of the Art, that's what we'll be unveiling for you in this segment of our annual Camera of the Year awards. For those of you who make your living with high-end cameras, and for the rest of us who simply insist on buying the best for our craft, the cameras listed below are the models we believe represent the cream of the crop for 2017 in the digital camera world. From the best DSLRs to the best the mirrorless cameras in the world, including the best for video and medium format, one of...
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Camera of the Year 2017: Best Enthusiast & Premium Compact Cameras

2017-11-20T19:01:44+00:00

Enthusiast-grade cameras represent top-tier performance and image quality without the need to spend the extra premium for the top-of-the-line professional models, and are consistently the most popular cameras on our website. Since the majority of our readers (and us humble camera reviewers!) are not full-time professional photographers but rather just very passionate devotees of the craft, this makes sense. After all, we want "the best" but don't necessarily need every bell and whistle that some of the professional-grade...
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Camera of the Year 2017: Best Intermediate & Entry-Level Cameras

2017-11-20T19:00:10+00:00

As expected, digital cameras get better each year, and this year's entry-level and intermediate-grade models push the boundaries of what hobbyist cameras are capable of providing. From reliably excellent image quality to some of the performance features and modes ported down from their higher-end siblings, these modestly priced offerings serve to entice shooters to step up in quality and capabilities from their smartphone, while also giving enthusiast shooters good options for capable back-up cameras for their bag. If you...
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RAW versus JPEG, Round 2: When should you shoot JPEG instead of RAW?

2017-11-20T17:15:55+00:00

If you're buying a new camera this holiday season, one of the first settings you might want to change on the camera is to switch your image format from JPEG to RAW or RAW+JPEG. There are many good reasons to shoot RAW files and there are good reasons to shoot JPEG as well. They are different file formats with their own pros and cons. Although it seems as simple as choosing the right format for the task at hand, the RAW versus JPEG debate refuses to die and the discussions can at times become heated. Not long ago, Tony and Chelsea...
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Firmware Friday: Improvements, bug fixes arrive for the Ricoh Theta V and DJI Inspire 2

2017-11-17T22:55:12+00:00

Today's Firmware Friday roundup is a tale of two imaging devices, both of them specialized. The Ricoh Theta V is a 360-degree spherical panoramic camera, while the DJI Inspire 2 is an aerial camera platform, and this week both of them have received updates. So what's new? Read on and let's find out! Ricoh Theta V Firmware version 1.11.1 for the Ricoh Theta V makes four changes, according to the official release notes. Image quality when shooting with the interval timer has been improved, and the sleep mode configuration...
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A premium backpack for a premium camera brand: Peak Design launches special edition Leica backpack

2017-11-17T18:00:11+00:00

From now through December 31, or while supplies last, Leica fans will be able to purchase a special edition Peak Design for Leica Backpack. There is a "very limited" quantity of this new backpack and it will be available exclusively in Leica Stores and Boutiques. The backpack comes with a Cuff and Leash from Peak Design as well. It pays homage to the historic Leica brand with signature red stitching and the classic Leica red dot. The collaboration offers "an ideal, complementary accessory for Leica enthusiasts." If there's one...
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The Arctic from above: Polar bears like you’ve never seen them before

2017-11-17T16:00:26+00:00

Photographer Florian Ledoux says of his aerial photos of the Arctic, "The scale of the landscape and the incredible species that live there draw me to the Arctic. I was deeply touched when I took my first journey above the Arctic Circle and that feeling continues to intensify as I explore further." In a new article for National Geographic, Ledoux's beautiful photography is on full display and the images and video are stunning. Capturing imagery of landscapes and wildlife, Ledoux has spent time on foot and in the air in Iceland,...
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Sony Imaging Edge software now available, allowing use of Sony A7R III’s new Pixel Shift mode

2017-11-17T14:30:46+00:00

Sony has released the first version of their new editing software, Imaging Edge. The software allows for remote shooting, viewing images and RAW image processing. The software can be downloaded for Mac and Windows by clicking here. If you want to take advantage of the brand-new Sony A7R III's Pixel Shift Multi Shooting mode, which is highlighted in the video below, you must use the new Sony Imaging Edge software because the combined RAW ARW files use a new proprietary format, ARQ. For more information on the software and to...
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When at the mercy of weather and light, flexibility is an important skill for landscape photographers

2017-11-17T12:00:09+00:00

Things don't always go according to plan out in the field. For landscape and travel photographer Thomas Heaton, he did everything right. He scouted his location ahead of time, he found the composition he wanted and yet, ultimately, you are at the mercy of the conditions when you're doing outdoor photography. In his latest video, Heaton is in dense woodlands. Light filters slowly in the woods, so patience is a must. While waiting for the right conditions, he shows off how critical a polarizer is, even when shooting in the woods....
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What lighting techniques should every videographer know?

2017-11-16T22:00:45+00:00

Jay P. Morgan with The Slanted Lens has been featured on Imaging Resource numerous times for his excellent videos about portraiture and lighting. However, he is also a videographer and his latest video, seen below, shows us lighting techniques every videographer should know. Unlike still photography, you need a continuous light source for shooting video. This changes lighting in a few different ways, including how you can and should modify your light source. Even a single LED light can prove very useful when shooting video. A...
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Luminar 2018 available for Mac and Windows, offering improved performance and many new features

2017-11-16T20:00:06+00:00

Luminar 2018 is available now. The Lightroom competitor offers a lot of image editing capabilities and thanks to its brand-new Raw engine, the software is better-suited for raw image processing than ever before. There's a lot of new features including improved intelligent filters, a sun rays filter, dodging and burning, hue shift tools and brilliance/warmth tools. Further, Macphun, soon to be known as Skylum Software, has added lens correct and transform tools to Luminar 2018. When comparing Luminar 2018 to its predecessor,...
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How to create and add realistic-looking snow to your photos in Photoshop

2017-11-16T19:00:05+00:00

We're entering the holiday season and that means a lot of opportunities for shooting in snowy conditions for readers in cold climates. For the many who live in places where it never snows, what can you do to capture the winter spirit? Jesús Ramirez of the Photoshop Training Channel has a new video tutorial teaching us how to add snow to photos using one of two techniques. The first technique utilizes a stock photo of snow and the second technique uses filters inside of Photoshop. Check out the video below. To see more...
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