Tips & Techniques

Following my article on recommended lenses for 8×10 cameras, today I’ll cover my favorite lenses on two even bigger formats: 14×17 and 12×20. These two ultra-large formats have similar diagonals as each other – in practice, about 550mm and 580mm respectively. Most lenses that work for one will work for the other. Unfortunately, there aren’t
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Do you find your interest in photography to be constant or does it waver? Passion and interest are a complex topics for me. I find myself trying to answer why my interest in photography has remained strong over the years even through distractions and challenges along the way. Table of Contents On Passions I used
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Welcome to #InALightroomMinute! In this episode, Katrin Eismann shares how to get inspired in less than a minute in Lightroom. Watch this video to learn how to leverage Interactive Edits in Lightroom. 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 Tweets by Lightroom https://instagram.com/lightroom/
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At the beginning of May, I travelled to southeastern Arizona on a wildlife photography trip. This is one of the southernmost areas of the United States. Thanks to its dry desert environment, the species here are quite different than those found in many other parts of North America. After arriving, it didn’t take me long
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Adobe Lightroom 5’s new smart previews allow photographers to edit images on-the-go by creating smaller versions of offline photos. Once connected to the original file, the edits made to the preview sync to the photo easily and nondestructively. Try or buy Lightroom 5: http://adobe.ly/11wZbft Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://plus.google.com/+Lightroom
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Canon’s newly-announced EOS R10 and EOS R7 are both aps-c cameras and part of the mirrorless R System. Although they share some similarities in features, they’re aimed at separate audiences and have plenty of important differences. This article compares the two cameras, including their construction and detailed specifications. Canon EOS R10 vs EOS R7 Size
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