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A Complete Guide to Setting Up Your a7S III

[ad_1] A Complete Guide to Setting Up Your a7S III If you’ve bought yourself the shiny new, video-centric Sony, or you’re just looking at doing so, this video needs to be bookmarked and watched in full. There was a time — not too long ago either — where you bought a new camera and for all intents and purposes, it didn’t need setting up. You rotated a lens onto the front, slipped a memory card in its slot, and once […]

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A Guide to Secret Features on the Sony a7S III

[ad_1] A Guide to Secret Features on the Sony a7S III When a feature-packed camera that has been long awaited and 5 years in the making finally comes, there might be some amazing features that are overshadowed by the overall specifications of the camera. The a7S III is so far the first and only camera to feature Sony’s improved and more organized menu system and while it has really been improved in terms of the interface, there are still quite a […]

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Shooting in Darkness Without a Tripod: A Step-by-Step Guide to Prevent Noise When Using a High ISO

[ad_1] Shooting in Darkness Without a Tripod: A Step-by-Step Guide to Prevent Noise When Using a High ISO Have you ever been to a dark location where you couldn’t use a tripod? You probably needed a very high ISO and accepted the high noise levels. With this step-by-step guide, you can prevent the high ISO noise without the use of specialized noise reduction software. When you are photographing in a dark environment, you might want to use a tripod or a […]

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A Beginner’s Guide To Street Photography and Portraits of Strangers

[ad_1] A Beginner’s Guide To Street Photography and Portraits of Strangers Street photography — particularly street portraiture — is such an engaging and appealing genre to view, but taking the images is somewhat harder for a number of reasons. Here is a beginner’s guide for those photographers interested in hitting the streets with their camera. Not long after I’d bought my first camera I joined a reasonably early iteration of Flickr. While I did occasionally upload my underwhelming images, I […]

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A Guide to Ultralight Travel Clothing for Landscape Photography

[ad_1] A Guide to Ultralight Travel Clothing for Landscape Photography How many bags do you pack for a landscape photography trip? While your camera gear is probably the heaviest part of your luggage, your clothing may be the bulkiest. But as any mountaineer or thru-hiker will tell you, it doesn’t need to be that way! Last week we did a “gear shakedown” to cut down the weight of your camera gear, but optimizing gear is an easy way to burn […]

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Getting Your First Medium Format Film Camera? Check Out This Guide to the Options

[ad_1] Getting Your First Medium Format Film Camera? Check Out This Guide to the Options When it comes to picking up your first medium format camera, the sheer number of options can be quite daunting. Moreover, the different types of options (SLR, TLR, and rangefinder) can cover uncharted territory.  In this video, Kyle McDougall covers the full array of options available for medium format film cameras. Though he covers a lot ground and goes into depth in some areas, the way […]

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A Complete Guide for Creating High-End, Cinematic Time-Lapse Videos

[ad_1] A Complete Guide for Creating High-End, Cinematic Time-Lapse Videos The time-lapse has been a fundamental technique in filmmaking and videography for some time, and the methods and results have simply improved consistently, year on year. Watch this comprehensive guide by the time-lapse photographer known for works like the intro sequence to the hit U.S. remake of “House of Cards”. Anything with a camera that shows me the world in a way I cannot see it, I’m interested. Whether that’s macro, […]

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A Complete Guide to Better Focus With Fujifilm Cameras

[ad_1] A Complete Guide to Better Focus With Fujifilm Cameras In the past few years, Fujifilm’s X Series cameras have made some major strides in autofocus performance, putting them on par with many advanced full frame bodies and positioning the series for high-speed sports and wildlife work. If you own a Fujifilm X Series camera and want to get the best possible performance out of your autofocus system, this is the video tutorial for you.  Coming to you from Maarten Heilbron, this […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Using Lightroom

[ad_1] A Beginner’s Guide to Using Lightroom Lightroom is the program of choice for tons of photographers for cataloging and editing their photos, and it is a multidimensional application with a lot of different features and capabilities. If you are new to using Lightroom, this excellent video will show you the ins and outs of the important aspects of the application and have you up and running in no time.  Coming to you from Anthony Morganti, this helpful video will […]

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Comprehensive Guide to Shooting and Editing Astrophotography Time-Lapse Videos

[ad_1] Comprehensive Guide to Shooting and Editing Astrophotography Time-Lapse Videos The Syrp Genie caught everyone’s attention with its contemporary design and advanced automation features that made it a time-lapse photographer’s best tool in the field. Today, photographer Mark Gee shares tips on how to set up and use the Genie while offering a few great suggestions that apply to all methods of landscape photography, from what apps he uses on his phone to help him plan every shot to how to edit for final output. […]

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