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How many times have you gone to a beautiful location, perhaps even on a special and expensive landscape photography trip, only to be disappointed by a boring sky? It's incredibly frustrating when you plan ahead, spend time and money and then the conditions don't cooperate. However, through the use of sky replacement, perhaps boring conditions at the time of capture don't have to ruin
The Canon Rebel SL line has been popular for good reason, stemming from high quality features at a budget size and a budget price point. The new Canon SL3 comes in as the trimmest among them, and at a very reasonable starting price, yet sporting a new sensor and a new processor. And the results for image quality? That's what our signature laborotory First Shots aim to answer! For anyone n
Click here to see our Ricoh GR III First Shots After being able to spend a couple of days with the new and improved Ricoh GR III in Yokohama, Japan at CP+ and gathering a batch of real-world gallery images, we've finally received the camera into IRHQ for review. As always, we immediately sent it down into the lab for testing, and we now have our standard First Shots series of
Here at Imaging Resource, we have featured numerous photography guides from photographer Anton Gorlin, including tips for better sunrise photography, a guide to seascape photography and a lengthy guide covering composition. Gorlin's latest photography guide is centered around desert landscape photography. Of desert landscapes, Gorlin says, "[it] is one of my favorite environments for landscap
Click here to see our First Shots: • Panasonic S1R First Shots (beta) • Panasonic S1 First Shots (beta) • After teasing some of the exciting features during a development announcement at last year's Photokina, the all-new Lumix S1R and Lumix S1 mirrorless camera have now arrived. Panasonic's first pair of full-frame mirrorless cameras are big, burly and fe
Click here to see our Canon EOS RP First Shots Earlier this week, Canon debuted their second full-frame mirrorless camera, the Canon EOS RP. Borrowing the 26MP sensor from the 6D Mark II (albeit with some tweaks) and pairing it with their latest DIGIC 8 image processor, the new EOS RP sits at the entry-level position of the Canon's growing RF-mount camera series. Designed spe
Click here to see our Fujifilm X-T30 Sample Images Gallery Images • First Shots Sporting a lot of the same tech as the higher-end, and award-winning X-T3, the brand-new Fujifilm X-T30 is compact, affordable and quite a feature-packed little camera. Just a day after its unveiling, we've managed to get our hands on the little guy and not only provide our standard series o
Galaxies smash into each other on a pretty regular basis, but the collisions don't destroy them – rather, the two galaxies just merge together. Their stars jostle each other around before settling into new orbits, and the supermassive black holes at their centers meld into one even larger object. Using data and observations from Hubble and the Keck Observatory, astronomers have now imaged
Click here to see our Nikon Z6 Sample Images First out of the gate for Nikon's all-new full-frame mirrorless system was the Z7, a high-end camera sporting a high-resolution 45.7-megapixel image sensor... and a rather high price tag. For those enthusiasts wanting a Nikon full-frame mirrorless camera at a lower price point, or for those wanting a camera that's a bit more sp
Click here to see our Panasonic LX100 II First Shots These days, the premium compact camera market is dominated by cameras with 1-inch-type sensors. For small, pocketable digi-cams, these are still really large sensors compared to what we used to see in more entry-level compact cameras. Panasonic, too, offers an advanced compact camera with a 1-inch-type sensor, the LX10, but the


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