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For Micro Four Thirds systems, there are numerous potential advantages for lens manufacturers to take advantage of when designing optics for the smaller sensors. Of course, sometimes these advantages are simply theoretical and are not realized for various reasons, potentially profit-related reasons. As Roger Cicala points out in his latest blog post over at Lensrentals, sometimes the smaller sens
Australian photographer Andrew Marr recently headed to Lancelin along the Australian coast near Perth. While there, he wanted to photograph the area's famous sand dunes. Marr started by scouting the area for a potential composition, which he could photograph when the late afternoon sun got lower. His focus was on strong leading lines and dynamic textures in the dunes. Ultimately, he found an
As I wandered the show floor at CP+, I stumbled across a stand of what at first glance looked like fishing rods. However, I soon realized they were gigantic telescoping camera support poles. Though not new inventions in and of themselves, nor are they new products from BiRod at this year's CP+ show, but nevertheless, they struck me as a rather unique and pretty interesting camera accessory. I
Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles was recently in Red Rock Canyon with the new Sony A7 III and as part of an episode of Adorama's "The Breakdown," he shows us how to shoot a timelapse on the A7 III without using the PlayMemories app, which is no longer available using the latest generation of Sony cameras. Instead of using PlayMemories then, Quiles uses a cabled intervalometer. Alongside the A7 III,
Chuck Westfall, 1952 - 2018 All of us at Imaging Resource are deeply saddened today to learn of the passing of Chuck Westfall of Canon earlier this morning, after losing a seven-year battle with kidney cancer. Chuck was truly a legend in the camera industry, a friend to all who knew him, and one of the nicest, most decent human beings I’ve personally ever met. Chuck was one of the very firs
With Olympus' big firmware news already covered in a previous article last week, and Senior Reviews Editor Mike Tomkins on his way back from the WPPI show plus a shoot with the brand-new Sony A7 III in Las Vegas, our regular Firmware Friday roundup necessarily took a brief hiatus last week. We return in style this week, though, with a healthy selection of firmware news on which to report from
If you take many portraits, then flyaway and stray hairs are going to be something you will need to deal with on a regular basis. No matter how much time and effort goes into preparing someone's hair for a shoot, it'll often still be the case that hairs get loose and cover up part of the face or fly off into the background. With Photoshop, it is quite easy to deal with them. In the video
While it's true that many professionals use very high-end, expensive cameras and lenses, that doesn't mean that you need to break the bank to produce professional-looking images. Photographer Manny Ortiz has made a new video about how you can take your camera, even if it's an entry-level model, and improve your own image quality without needing to upgrade your gear. One of the secrets
At the CP+ show in Japan, Voigtländer has announced a pair of new lenses for Sony E-mount. The two full-frame lenses are fairly different from one another but fit the Voigtländer mold by being ruggedly-built prime lenses. Let's look first at the longer of the duo, the new Macro APO-Lanthar has a 110mm focal length and a maximum aperture of f/2.5, making it a fairly quick macro lens
Fujifilm has released two new firmware updates for their medium-format Fujifilm GFX system. In addition to update version 3.0 for the camera itself, which will be detailed below, Fujifilm has released update 1.1 for the Fujifilm H Mount Adapter G. Further, the Tether Plugin Pro for Adobe Lightroom Classic CC has been updated to version 1.8. Now on to the biggest announcement, version 3.0 for the is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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