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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
Photographer Andrew Marr is in Augusta, Australia and has been trying his hand at photographing the Leeuwin Lighthouse. The situation offered Marr the opportunity to work on utilizing foreground elements to frame his subject and feature leading lines. In the video below, Marr is shooting with a Fujifilm X-T2 and XF 10-24mm lens. His objective, given the weather and the foreground, is to capture
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
Levels are a very versatile and useful way to adjust your images in Photoshop. However, they aren't necessarily easy to understand at first. In a new video, Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid explains levels adjustments and also shows different ways you can use them to improve your images in Photoshop. When looking at the levels adjustment dialog box, there's a black point, midpoint and white poi
Last week, we shared a couple videos from landscape photographer Dave Morrow. For the uninitiated, he's on the move for much of the year and regularly records his travels via his YouTube channel. His newest video as part of his "Landscape Photography Journals" series focuses on his live view shooting technique and how he sets a custom white balance in the field. One of the more common reasons
Australian photographer Andrew Marr is continuing his holiday in southwestern Australia. While exploring a nearby bay, he found a nice jetty sticking out into the water and wanted to capture a sunrise seascape with the jetty as a dominant part of his composition. When photographing subjects like jetties and piers, there are only so many different ways you can compose the scene. The challenge co
Tony Northrup is regularly asked by viewers how he is able to capture handheld shots at such slow shutter speeds. For example, it's not uncommon for him to shoot with a telephoto lens at shutter speeds as slow as 1/25 of a second. His shutter speeds are guided by the "rule of doubles," a rule he made up to replace the film-era reciprocal rule. With lenses and cameras featuring better image
To help create a community of X and GFX photographers, Fujifilm has announced the launch of a new website, Fujifilm X/GFX, and an accompanying app for iOS and Android users. The new website not only includes an interesting "gear chooser" feature, which allows you to explore the available cameras, lenses and accessories, but some very interesting long-form articles from Fujifilm X photographers.
Click here to read our Panasonic G9 Video Features & Analysis Though the Panasonic Lumix G9 is most certainly a stills camera first, it nevertheless offers many video features that you won't often find on more touted hybrid cameras from the likes of Sony or Canon. So while cameras like the A7 III or the 5D Mark IV take great photos but with the option to capture video, th
Click here to read our Huawei Mate 10 Pro Field Test When was the last time you really reveled at the image-making prowess of your cell phone? I mean not with the "this is good for a cell phone" mentality, but really looked at the images produced and thought "wow, this looks like my full size camera." Maybe it was the Google Pixel 2, maybe it was your last iPhone, maybe it was never. For me, usin

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