Month: March 2020

Nikon’s entry into the full-frame mirrorless market came in the shapes of Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras. The Nikon Z7 is the high megapixel version of the two, sporting a 45.7 MP BSI CMOS sensor and a more sophisticated autofocus system with 493 phase-detection autofocus points. Since much of the camera capabilities of the Nikon
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[embedded content] I’m light-painting photographer Russell Klimas, and in this article I’ll share how I do top-down light painting in a room. I was originally inspired to do this technique because when I had done it with a drone I had a troll complain that the images weren’t clear enough. In response, I devised a
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[embedded content] Huawei recently revealed the P40 Pro smartphone: the company’s latest flagship complete with some very impressive camera specs. But the most impressive thing about this phone might not be the cameras themselves, but their insane digital image stabilization. Shortly after the announcement last week, a video started making the rounds that purports to
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In this guide, I will provide detailed information on what settings I use on my Nikon Z6 and shortly explain what some of the camera buttons and controls do. Although the Nikon Z6 is practically identical in its build, button layout / design and ergonomics to the Z7, there are some important differences between the
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Phase One Industrial just unveiled a monstrous 280MP aerial camera system that, according to the company, “redefines large format aerial imaging.” It’s also described as “affordable,” weighing in at just $455,000 for the full solution. Before sticker shock sets in, it’s worth pointing out that this is affordable … relatively speaking. Industrial large format aerial
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In this guide, I will provide detailed information on how to quickly set up the Nikon Z50, as well as go through some of the camera buttons and controls. Many beginner photographers struggle with basic camera settings and don’t know how to take advantage of all the buttons, features and menu settings of the camera,
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12 years after hitting the scene, and 3 years after rebranding to Polaroid Originals, The Impossible Project has completed its metamorphosis. As of today, Polaroid Originals is reclaiming the original “Polaroid” name, and celebrating this milestone with a new camera: the Polaroid Now. The Polaroid brand’s merger with Impossible Project started in 2017, when the
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Vlada Viele is a photographer who is constantly pushing boundaries and exploring different creative concepts. Vlada’s photos are centered around conveying a feeling through unusual elements, light, and color stories. Q: What are the main sources of inspiration you draw from to create your images? A: Instagram, and other photographers who are more experienced than
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US drone maker Draganfly—one of DJI’s major competitors in the commercial camera drone space—is working with the Australian Department of Defense and University of South Australia to deploy special “pandemic drones” that can detect coughing, sneezing, respiratory rate, and even fever from a distance. These autonomous drones are part of something called the Vital Intelligence
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Early this morning, Sony announced that it would be spinning off its entire “Electronics Products & Solutions” (EP&S) segment—including its imaging and mobile businesses—into an intermediate holding company called “Sony Electronics Corporation.” The change will take place effective April 1st, and no, it doesn’t seem to be an early April Fools joke. In a press
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In the last year, we’ve seen several fashion trends take over the world of commercial photography—from bold colors and minimalist styling to classic poses and monochrome color palettes. Whether working with a team or on their own, photographers have found fresh and creative ways to make marketable photos on a budget; in the process, they’ve
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Yesterday, UK-based film manufacturer Ilford released an official company statement regarding its handling of the novel coronavirus pandemic. And while the statement covered all of the important updates, Ilford also took the opportunity to strike a cheeky, lighthearted note. First spotted by our friends at Emulsive, the statement starts off on a serious note: “As
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