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For quite a long time I and many photographers and videographers I know have been clamoring, nay begging, for a mobile backup solution that wouldn't require a computer to operate. When you’re really out there in the bush and trying to create content, especially with a drone, the last thing you want to do is rely on a laptop or, heck, be forced to bring it to begin with. What we’ve
If you are keeping a safe distance from Reddit (which is actually sometimes highly recommended, coming from this avid Redditor), you probably haven't heard of DeepFakes. DeepFakes is a subreddit (Reddit language for "community" or "forum") with a very clever algorithm at its core. The original code was written by the user u/deepfakes and grew to become an avid community with one main focus: p
Professional nature and wildlife photographer Morten Hilmer was recently in Scotland to photograph mountain hares - which you can see here and here - but he also took some time to photograph wild stags while visiting Scotland. Hilmer's been in the Scottish Highlands for three weeks so far and his third week has been dedicated to photographing stags. The Highlands are a special place for a num
Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles was recently in Red Rock Canyon with the new Sony A7 III and as part of an episode of Adorama's "The Breakdown," he shows us how to shoot a timelapse on the A7 III without using the PlayMemories app, which is no longer available using the latest generation of Sony cameras. Instead of using PlayMemories then, Quiles uses a cabled intervalometer. Alongside the A7 III,
Photographic style. What is it and how do you develop your own? In a world where so many people are photographers, be it with their smartphones or with dedicated camera systems, it can be incredibly difficult to separate yourself from the pack. After all, the "pack" is massive and nearly everyone has similar access to the primary place where photographers share their work, the internet. Of course
For Micro Four Thirds systems, there are numerous potential advantages for lens manufacturers to take advantage of when designing optics for the smaller sensors. Of course, sometimes these advantages are simply theoretical and are not realized for various reasons, potentially profit-related reasons. As Roger Cicala points out in his latest blog post over at Lensrentals, sometimes the smaller sens
As I wandered the show floor at CP+, I stumbled across a stand of what at first glance looked like fishing rods. However, I soon realized they were gigantic telescoping camera support poles. Though not new inventions in and of themselves, nor are they new products from BiRod at this year's CP+ show, but nevertheless, they struck me as a rather unique and pretty interesting camera accessory. I
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
If you're a Micro Four Thirds fan who loves shooting stealthily, there's good news for you today from Panasonic. The company has just launched the 20.3-megapixel Panasonic GX9, a followup to 2015's popular GX8 that, first and foremost, looks to be focused on reducing size *and* cost. There are nevertheless new features aplenty in the GX9, but admittedly a few areas in which features h
We've discussed the Sony RX0 before and gone hands-on with it at various Sony events. The RX0 essentially takes the guts from a Sony RX100 and puts them an in an ultra-compact waterproof/shockproof cube. The camera is designed to be used as part of an array to create incredible video footage. An example of the camera's prowess for video is shown off below in a new video, "ETHER," for Sony is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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