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Photographer Joe Edelman has been spending the last month working with LED lighting in his studio as part of an "LED Lighting for Photography" video series. He has uploaded the final video in the series, which you can see below. In this wrap-up video, Edelman discusses his previous work with LED lights and covers a variety of different LED lights from manufacturers such as Specular Savage Univers
Iceland is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world for landscape photographers and with great reason. The small Iceland nation offers a wide array of very distinct landscapes and vistas, including glacial lagoons, black sand beaches, sweeping landscapes and many gorgeous waterfalls. I was fortunate enough to visit Iceland last year and fellow photographer Andrew Marr recently tra
Wildlife photography in Yellowstone National Park is an incredible opportunity, yet some bad photographers are giving all photographers a bad name by not following the rules. I won’t even get into the plain rudeness of too many “professionals” that further that bad name.The rules for wildlife viewing in Yellowstone are very simple. You’re required to stay 100 yards away from bears and wolves, and
Canadian photographer Troy Moth was on an assignment when a tip from a friend led him to a nearby landfill where bears had been spotted. After arriving and seeing about 7 bears there, Moth was stunned by the sight that he didn’t shoot any photos.After thinking about the bears at the landfill all night, Moth returned the next day and found a bear sitting near the smoke coming from a flaming
In a new cinematic video, photographer Manny Ortiz unveils the two lenses he believes every portrait photographer should own. One of the lenses will likely not come as a surprise, the nifty 50mm prime lens. Technically, Ortiz uses a Zeiss 55mm f/1.8, but it's very much like a 50mm equivalent fast prime lens. A 50mm prime lens is a great addition to any kit for a few reasons. It is usually fai
In today's Shutter Release roundup, we will look at an in-depth guide to color processing in Lightroom or Photoshop, a neat video about a photographer who isn't letting a lack of hands and legs stop him from pursuing his dreams and an article about using a flag to control shadow and light in portraiture. We come across a wide variety of interesting photography content from around the web
With the days of needing to store photo and video on film well and truly behind us, sometimes it can feel like the biggest challenge with a camera in hand is sorting the wheat from all the chaff. A new Google camera called Clips aims to avoid this dilemma by removing it from our hands entirely, leaving it up to AI to determine the moments that need capturing in the first place. ..Continue Rea
Full frame versus crop cameras…a battle which has been going on for a long time with no indication that it'll be ending anytime soon. If you're reading Imaging Resource, there's a good chance you've debated between a crop sensor and a full-frame camera yourself at some point and perhaps you've owned both. Diving deep into gallery images and test shots reveals that, all
It’s 7:15 am on Sunday morning. I’m driving through the middle of Newcastle on my way to shoot wedding prep at a venue just over an hour away from my home. I pull over to the hard shoulder. Head in hands, crying and asking myself: “Chris, What the f**k are you doing?”Let me rewind 70 hours.It’s 9:15 am on Friday morning. I’m sitting in the waiting room of the children’s ER at the Royal Vict
Today is a busy day for Shutter Release. We've got five pieces of content to share with you, starting with some news for Mac users with Wacom tablets. We follow that with news from Kipon about five tilt shift adapters for the Fujifilm GFX 50S camera. Next is an article filled with tips for compositing. After that, we head to Iceland with a Pentax 67 camera. Finally, we finish with a video abo


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