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Click here to read my Nikon Z7 Field Test Part I After many teasers and hints, Nikon finally took the wraps off their brand-new full-frame mirrorless camera system back in August. The announcement comprised of two cameras with identical bodies, the Z7 and the Z6, alongside a handful of native lenses. The Nikon Z7 is the first to release, having hit store shelves a couple of weeks
There’s a lot going on at Adobe MAX, including a lot of news regarding a new Adobe video-editing platform, Rush. However, there’s still quite a bit of interesting content to cover regarding Adobe’s primary photo-editing applications, Lightroom and Photoshop. You will likely recall that last year, Lightroom was split into Lightroom CC, a multi-platform streamlined version of Li
Adobe has been promising the merits of the "creative cloud" since they unveiled it, and even as late as last week, I was still not really seeing the benefits to the average user. Sure, thanks to their "teams" option, it is apparently easy to work with a group to complete a project with shared files and experiences, but because that is not something they have ever provided for review, no one in th
Click here to read our Fuji X-T3 Field Test Part II In this current era of so many Full Frame Mirrorless offerings streaming forth, Fujifilm remains quite content to play on either side of that fence in both the Medium Format world and, of course, the popular APS-C world. We've loved so many of their APS-C models, but the X-T line has arguably been our overall favorite. Ann
Landscape photographer Nigel Danson has taken a lot of photo trips over the past year and during that time he has made mistakes. Fortunately, every mistake is a learning opportunity and with Danson’s excellent YouTube channel, we can learn from his mistakes as well. In the video below, Nigel gives us seven tips for planning the perfect photography trip. For landscape photography in partic
Yesterday at Adobe MAX 2018, Adobe unveiled major updates to nearly all of their Creative Cloud applications, including Lightroom and Photoshop. Regarding Photoshop in particular, there are many updates, big and small, and Jesús Ramirez of the Photoshop Training Channel has broken them all down in a couple of new videos. The first video below highlights the “must-know” new fe
Here’s a 1.5-minute video published by NATO about the role of US Army combat cameramen who document soldiers in peace and war, at rest and in combat.“Unique among soldiers, combat cameramen (COMCAM) run into battle with a camera in their hands, and their mission is to capture what happens for the record,” NATO writes.The video was produced by Intrepid TV, which interviewed US Ar
There’s nothing like taking to the skies for a fresh new perspective in your photography. With the advent of affordable, capable drones, nearly anyone can try their hand at aerial photography. In the newest video at NatureTTL, photographer Olly Jelley shares tips and tricks to help you take better drone photos. On the one hand, drones allow you a different kind of creative freedom. On the

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