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Nanlite has released its second-generation PavoTube II X series LED tube lights

It’s been three years since Nanlite initially introduced their PavoTube LED tube lights. Today, they’ve announced their new second-generation PavoTube II X series tube lights, designed for cinematographers, photographers, gaffers and other creative professionals that depend on high-quality tube lights. They’re sticking with their classic 2-foot and 4-foot designs we’ve all come to know and […]

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Great Reads in Photography: October 10, 2021

Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! Photo Dumps Are Now in Museums – Elle Isaac West, Untitled, from IN LOVE, 2021. © Isaac West A new photo exhibit called INWARD: Reflections […]

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Add a remote to any tablet teleprompter for $23

[embedded content] Here at DIYP HQ, we are using a teleprompter to cut down on takes and have a more streamlined “talking head”. Using a prompter has significantly improved our workflow and cut down on recording and editing times. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to add a remote control to almost any tablet […]

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How to Create a Small World Photo in Photoshop

[embedded content] Want to create a “small world” or “tiny planet” image in which a landscape photo (often a panorama) is turned into what looks like a miniature planet? Here’s an easy-to-follow 2-minute tutorial that will teach you how to make one in Photoshop. Here are the step-by-step instructions by Adobe Creative Cloud Evangelist Paul […]

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3D Print A Miniature Camera Crane For Your Desk

[embedded content] In this eight-minute video, the creative mind behind Mechanistic shows how he used a 3D printer to create a tabletop “Micro Jib.” Capturing product photos and video in small workspaces can be a tedious process without the right gear, but acquiring some of the higher-end tools needed can be very expensive and out […]

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A Simple Way to Create and Add Beautiful Bokeh Overlays in Photoshop!

Learn this simple method to create beautiful bokeh overlays from scratch in Photoshop! 📘 INDEX – Apply Bokeh Overlays in Photoshop 00:00 – Intro 00:54 – Create The Bokeh Overlay 02:54 – Add Color To The Bokeh Overlay 04:34 – Control the Intensity of the Bokeh Overlay LINKS Cool Photoshop Effects ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3bfN-31F9Rc2-BQ8csS_F6r2RwYzfQLf Tutorial Assets […]

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ASUS ProArt PA32UCG Monitor Review

With its “ProArt” series, ASUS has been targeting the creative field with all kinds of high-quality computer parts and accessories. Its monitor line-up is quite well-known by now, with everything from beginner-level IPS displays all the way to high-end monitors for color-accurate work. Ever since I reviewed the ASUS ProArt PA278QV, I have been curious […]

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Large Wedding Photo Service Suddenly Closes, Couples Lose Everything

Glasser Images in Bismarck, North Dakota suddenly closed its doors earlier this week, surprising members of its photography team and leaving clients who booked as recently as this month with no photographer and without refunds. The wedding photography company operated on a somewhat popular model in the wedding photography industry. Leveraging the brand name, the […]

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Kauai is Cracking Down on Wedding Photographers Ignoring State Rules

The state of Hawaii is cracking down on professional wedding photographers who are breaking state park rules on commercial activity in protected areas and has issued cease and desist notices to two prominent photography companies who photograph on Kauai. Specifically, the companies “Brandyhouse Photographers” and “Foxes Photography” were named as recipients of the cease and […]

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The Best Backpacks and Bags for Photographers in 2021

A photographer’s bag is the unsung hero of the working professional. Without it, photographers simply could not do their jobs. But for as many good bags out there, there are hundreds of bad ones. Let’s sift through that noise. Backpacks are and will always be a highly contentious and subjective debate. Everyone has their favorite […]

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Depth of field: A beginner’s guide

When Ansel Adams released his early photographs of Yosemite, he stunned the world with his sharp-as-a-tack focus. To the surprise of audience members, the faraway mountains in his pictures were just as crisp as the rocks at his feet. Back in the 1930s, he’d done something as radical as it was simple: he used a […]

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