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Jerusalem at Sunset

I am currently in Israel with a few very talented photographers from all over the world, thanks to a photography event organized by Vibe Israel. Although it has been pretty sunny today, two of us managed to get to the other side of Jerusalem and photograph it at sunset. While …

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Fuji X-T20 Giveaway

It has been a while since we have given away a camera and we are excited once again to host another giveaway for our readers! This time, we are partnering up with our friends at MIOPS to give away a brand spanking new Fuji X-T20! The giveaway rules are going …

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Postcards From Snowdonia National Park

Well, not really postcards since the inclement weather didn’t allow for the most picturesque shots but I did what I could in the brief time that I drove around this spectacular part of the country. Visiting old friends was my primary objective over the Easter weekend and with that accomplished …

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IP Roundtable (EP-221)

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. Topic 1: Jeff’s idea but Jim covers it? – Sony a9: 24.2 megapixel full-frame stacked CMOS sensor 20fps shooting with AF/AE doing 60 calculations per second (achieves this by significantly faster …

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BLACKRAPID Camera Strap Review

Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. BLACKRAPID DOUBLE BREATHE:  Camera Strap Review Photography doesn’t involve one camera body with one lens.  If it did, traveling through TSA would be a whole lot easier! But isn’t having all …

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Lighting 103: Using Gels to Shift the Ambient

Abstract: By combining a white balance shift in your camera with a complimentary gelling of your flash, you can easily and efficiently alter the ambient color temperature of an entire environment. In addition to controlling the color of light from your flash, gels can also allow you to alter the …

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How to Shoot and Stitch a Panorama Photo

Sometimes the landscape is just too big. Sometimes, just one image won’t do the trick. Then it’s time to create a panorama! I’m fortunate to spend a lot of time in the grand landscapes of Alaska. But often, camera in hand, I’ve stood there, unable to create the image I …

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