Phil

The iPhone has a built-in timer feature that can snap a picture a few seconds after the shutter button is pressed. This can be very helpful when you want to be in the photo and need the full quality and all of the options available when using the rear cameras. The front-facing camera isn’t bad
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Leica has announced a new camera collaboration with Grammy Award-winning British singer-songwriter Seal. Called the Q2 “Dawn” edition, it is covered in what the company describes as “exquisite Japanese-woven fabric.” As is often the case with Leica’s special edition cameras, the technical features of the Q2 “Dawn” by Seal edition are identical with the regular
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In 2006, Edward Steichen’s 1904 picture of a pond in Westchester County, New York, bathed in moonlight, fetched a whopping $2.9 million at Sotheby’s. In 2011, Andreas Gursky’s photograph of the Rhine river sold for $4,338,500 at Christie’s. And in 2020, even at the height of the pandemic, an Ansel Adams print, created at Grand
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For decades, there’s a piece of gear that I’ve always had in my camera bag. This would be a handheld light meter. I feel I’m in the minority these days by still using a handheld light meter and that’s too bad this is so. While one can certainly shoot using their in-camera meter, there are
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Welcome to #InALightroomMinute! In this episode, Lightroom Ambassador Carmen Chan shares how to remove unwanted dust spots or objects from your photos. Watch this video to learn how to leverage the Spot Removal Tool in Lightroom Classic. SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more tutorial content from Lightroom experts: https://adobe.ly/35hknzL DOWNLOAD Lightroom: https://adobe.ly/31XKAkC FOLLOW Lightroom: https://www.facebook.com/Lightroom
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Can’t find your patterns, vector shapes, or gradients in Photoshop? Let me show you how you can find them right away! 🎯 SUBSCRIBE to get more amazing Photoshop tutorials! ► https://www.youtube.com/user/photoshoptrainingch?sub_confirmation=1 📘 INDEX – How To Find Missing Patterns, Shapes, or Gradients in Phtoshop 00:00 – Introduction & Explanation of Missing Items 00:24 – Find
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A lens flare occurs when light reflects off the surface of a lens or other bright object and strikes the camera sensor. Lens flares typically happen when the camera is pointed towards a bright light source, such as the sun or a camera flash. When captured unintentionally, a lens flare can cause unwanted distractions and
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Being a photographer, I often get questions from friends or acquaintances about various photography-related subjects. I also often get given old cameras and miscellaneous bits of equipment because — “George is into photography, he’ll do something with this.” An acquaintance of mine had a Lecia C-LUX 2 that had developed a fault and he wondered
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When it first showed up, BeReal seemed like a breath of fresh air among all those social media filled with filtered faces, staged lives, and fake smiles. This app was dubbed “anti-Instagram,” as its goal was to have the users share the genuine, unstaged moments of their lives. But is BeReal losing its point only
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