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Lightroom CC – Comparing, Rating, and Prioritizing Images

*The product featured in this video is Lightroom Classic CC, previously known as Lightroom CC. For more information, please visit: https://adobe.ly/2gNcw59. Explore Loupe, Compare, and Survey view while discovering if flags, stars, or colors are the best way to label your photos. Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://plus.google.com/+Lightroom

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How to Make Your Tripod More Stable

Some of the most common advice in photography, especially for landscape and architectural work, is to use a tripod. But the story doesn’t end there. Even if you have a top-of-the-line tripod and head, bad tripod technique can result in some seriously blurry shots. This is especially something you’ll notice when you shoot in windy conditions […]

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The best vloggig rig – its quite unorthodox

I’ve only recently gotten into vlogging with my new YouTube channel, and I’m far more used to being in front of someone else’s camera for videos so this is a new world for me. I’ve played around and done a lot of research to figure out the ideal vlogging rig, and I think I’ve managed […]

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Solarcan Puck is a Limited-Time Palm-Sized Pinhole Solargraph Camera

Solarcan has announced Puck, a smaller limited-time version of its soda-can-shaped Sun-catching camera. The new model comes shaped like a circle and produces round instead of more traditional rectangle images. Solarcan, created by photographer Sam Cornwell, specializes in producing solargraphy cameras that don’t require any DIY skills. Anyone can use them without knowing a single […]

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Does Color Management Really Matter?

You are probably familiar with color management if you’ve spent any time on photography or videography. We have all taken photos, ordered prints and noticed that they have a flaw, like a green cast. “That’s not what it looked like when I shot the photo!” is the most common reaction. Nobody wants unattractive skin tones; […]

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Nikon Z9 ‘Dual-Stream’ Tech Records and Displays Images with No Lag

[embedded content] Nikon has published a short video that further explains the “Dual-stream” technology in its upcoming Z9 flagship camera, which it says will always assure an accurate reality-to-viewfinder experience. The Dual-stream technology is part of Nikon’s technology for what it bills as a “real-live” viewfinder experience in the Z9. The company says that the […]

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These Gloves Keep Photographers’ Hands Warm Yet Nimble

The Heat Company has developed a line of warm and functional gloves for photographers who travel and shoot in extreme temperatures and for those who simply want to keep their hands warm during the colder seasons. With headquarters in Austria, the Heat Company originally developed its gloves for special forces and has continued to design […]

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Few Spots Left for Death Valley and Jordan Workshops

Join us for incredible experiences in Death Valley NP and Jordan / Dubai in 2022! By Nasim Mansurov No CommentsPublished On November 24, 2021 We have had a couple of cancellations for the Death Valley Workshop that’s taking place in early January of 2022. If you would like to join us in this adventure, I […]

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Eight mistakes you might be making with your portfolio website

On the internet, first impressions are everything; in fact, according to research, people judge whether or not a website is beautiful within just 1/50th to 1/20th of a second. If you don’t capture their attention within that time, they might move onto another site, and you’re out of luck. Luckily for photographers, building a beautiful […]

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How to Create and Sell NFTs for Free

A lot of people have asked me in recent days how they can create and sell NFTs (non-fungible tokens), so I decided to write this tutorial on how you can mint (and hopefully sell) an NFT for free, with absolutely no gas fees or other costs to you. First, a disclaimer. There are many different […]

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