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Adobe Lightroom CC is a very powerful photo editor. Sure, it can help you organize and manage your image library too, but there are many photographers, professionals and amateurs alike, who utilize Lightroom for all or nearly all of their image edits. Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid has a new video tutorial focused on seven ways you can improve your photos using Lightroom CC. The video is focused on f
Hitting theatres last Friday, Proud Mary is a new action film starring Taraji P. Henson, who you might be familiar with from the television shows Empire and Person of Interest. While blockbuster movies are typically out of our wheelhouse here at Imaging Resource, Proud Mary is interesting to Sony fans in particular because it was filmed using the Sony A7S II, Sony A9 and the Sony RX0. The A7S II
Photographer - and Canon Explorer of Light - David Bergman is back with another episode of "Two Minute Tips" for Adorama TV. The latest video is about composition. This simple trick is to fill your frame. It may seem obvious, but a lot of photographs have unnecessary space around their subject. Sometimes negative space can enhance your image, but in many cases, you can make a stronger photo by ge
Marc Silber of Advancing your Photography met up with his friend and professional photographer Bob Holmes. Holmes has worked with Advancing your Photography before and always shares great photography tips. The latest video focuses on general tips for better photography. Holmes' first two tips are focused on lines within composition. He advises that you should look for lines within a scene and
In this fast-changing age of digital photography, one ingredient missing is a full frame square format camera or digital back. Yes, you can always crop off for a square, but this is not the same as looking through a dedicated square format camera with full resolution. So, what does a photographer preferring the square format do? My option has always been to shoot square format film cameras.This a
Weather resistance is an important attribute of professional cameras that need to endure difficult shooting environments. To see how well some of the top cameras on the market would fare in the rain, Imaging Resource decided to conduct a water torture test, which you can watch in the 5-minute video above.The cameras tested were the Nikon D850, Sony a7R III, Canon 5D Mark IV, and Olympus OM-D EM-1
Leica Camera has officially announced a pair of new lenses for its SL system. The two new Summicron-SL lenses are the APO Summicron-SL 75mm f/2 ASPH and the APO Summicron-SL 90mm f/2 ASPH. With the addition of these two SL primes, the SL lens lineup now has three prime lenses to go with its pair of zoom lenses. Let's take a closer look at each of the new optics. Starting first with the APO Su
Here’s a beautiful 2-minute short film by Raphael Boudreault-Simard of Flow Motion Aerials that shrinks kayakers and the beautiful outdoors into a miniature world using a tilt-shift effect.“We shrunk two kayakers and this happened,” writes Red Bull, which published the video.Boudreault-Simard was a kayaker himself before his career was cut short by a shoulder injury and surgery
With more and more full-frame cameras now including a multi-shot mode, such as the new Sony A7R III, Hasselblad has released a new medium-format model with its own "Multi-Shot" technology, the Hasselblad H6D-400c MS. The camera is equipped with a 53.4 x 40 millimeter 100-megapixel CMOS sensor which captures 16-bit color data and delivers 15 stops of dynamic range. And what about the new Multi-Sho

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