Tips & Techniques

Photographers of all genres face many challenges and misconceptions about their job. In this video, Pye Jirsa of SLR Lounge shares seven common challenges you may have faced during your career, as well as some misconceptions people usually connect with wedding photography. Have you faced them too? [embedded content] 1.Using watermarks Watermarks are good and
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© Jasper Doest/European Wildlife Photographer of the Year; overall winner Earlier this year, the German Society for Nature Photography (GDT) announced the winners of its annual Nature Photographer of the Year contest. There are now more beautiful photos from GDT we want to share with you. The 2020 winners of European Wildlife Photographer of the
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Scanning artwork certainly has its advantages, but it also has its limitations. Brushstrokes can benefit from a more unidirectional light source. Photographing in a controlled environment allows for fine-tuning of texture and shadows. Until the past few years, photographing artwork required either a larger sensor or stitching together multiple shots to get printable resolution. With
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Canon Japan has just announced their crazy new 250-megapixel APS-H CMOS sensor. Canon’s APS-H sized sensors sit in between its full-frame and APS-C sensors, measuring about 29.4 x 18.9mm. If you’re curious exactly what resolution 250-megapixels is, that’s a massive 19,568 x 12,588 pixels. Announced today, the Canon LI8020 sensor is actually being released later this
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Simone Giertz is one of the most amazing people on YouTube if you’re into building and making. You might remember Simone from her Shitty Robots fame, but more recently she’s actually been building stuff that actually works and, well, she’s pretty entertaining. And sometimes adorable. In this video, Simone decides to build her dog, Scraps,
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I’ve always been drawn to interesting looking light. The simple, soft and flat light of softboxes and other standard modifiers rarely hold my attention and I’ve often felt like that softbox lighting doesn’t exist outside of the studio. It’s always looked a little too clinical for me. We’re shown interesting light all of the time
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Here is a sneak peek at a new Advanced Color Grading feature coming soon to Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw. Pei Ketron from the Lightroom team shares how the new Advanced Color Grading tool will give photographers more editing precision by adding color control for midtones in addition to highlights and shadows (previously
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