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Vanity Fair created this tongue-in-cheek 4.5-minute video in which actress Emilia Clarke recreates some of the most generic business stock photos.“I feel confident that making stock footage is what I’ll be known for forever,” says Clarke, who’s currently best known for her roles in Game of Thrones and the new Star Wars movie, Solo. “Making stock footage… that&#
For my recent trip to China, as I’ve done before, I planned and I planned… and I planned. I made detailed maps, took notes on locations and hints as to the best vantage points. I scoured everything to ensure that my time there was incredibly well-invested in capturing the best images I could manage within the time I had. And frankly, I feel that this was a great practice, for me.I enjoy detailed
Photographer and popular YouTuber Jessica Kobeissi is back with another edition of her 4 Photographers Shoot the Same Model video series. In her latest video, she's joined by photographers Sawyer Hartman, Phil Shaw and Mark Singerman. As always, it's interesting to not only see how differently the various photographers work with the model, but also how disparate their photographic style
Many of us have heard of the term "portrait prime" to describe a fast lens. Photographers often reach for f/1.4, f/1.8 and f/2 lenses when shooting portraits to capture images with shallow depth of field and dreamy backgrounds. Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles often opts for a stopped down aperture instead, which is an unusual choice. Let's learn more about why this is in Quiles' latest video f
Fujifilm has announced the X-T100, the latest mirrorless camera model in the X Series lineup and an even more affordable sibling of the $900 X-T20.The X-T100 is an entry-level body in the X Series stable for photographers who are willing to give up some feature, specs, and portability offered by the X-T20 in order to save on cost.Inside the X-T100 is a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor (not X-Trans) wi
If you've been tempted by the Fuji X-T20 but haven't yet found yourself able to justify its pricetag, then Fujifilm has some intriguing news for you today. The company has just launched its latest model -- the 24.2-megapixel Fuji X-T100 -- and it pairs styling and handling akin to that of its pricier X-T series brethren with an imaging pipeline and feature set similar to that of the budge
Panasonic has announced new firmware updates for the GH5, GH5S and the G9 that will be available on May 30, 2018. This announcement comes a bit ahead of the actual release, which is unusual but probably not unwelcome. This update, though not available for download until May 30, is slated to improve AF performance across all three cameras as well as adjust the already great in-body image stabiliza
Photographer and educator Daniel Norton has an ongoing video series, OnSet for Adorama and in his latest episode, he shows us how to harness the power of shadows to create dramatic black and white portraits. Photographers spend a lot of time working with lights and modifiers to remove shadows, but there are times when you can utilize shadows to enhance your work. In the videos below, Norton is
Lee Morris and Patrick Hall of Fstoppers decided to tackle the topic with the aim of showing that lens compression doesn't exist. As we can see in the video below, the background elements certainly -- and dramatically -- change in size relative to the subject, which in this case is Patrick's face. What's going on here if not lens compression? Morris states that the effect is not the
Layer masks are a big reason why Photoshop is a more powerful and versatile photo editing tool than something like Lightroom. However, with great power can sometimes come great complexity. Whereas tools such as gradient filters and sliders are highly intuitive, things like masking is not always as straightforward. Colin Smith from photoshopCAFE is here to help with his latest video. In the vide

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