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We’re increasingly demanding more and more demands from our cameras. We already have 14 steps of dynamic range, very low noise at 3200 ISO, an extremely fast autofocus and compact lightweight bodies, but… what about color? Manufacturers don’t say anything remarkable about the color that is captured and how their cameras reproduce it, beyond the [Read More]
There is no doubt that our world is undergoing a rare and accelerated change. A kind of forced rehab is upon us, demanded of every sector of life. The cascading effects of the Corona Virus epidemic leave little doubt that time is up for many institutions and assumptions about how society and civilization itself should [Read More]
Editors note: It might seem tone-def to post a travel-shoot article given the current state of things. This was written before our current situation. We hope it can be an inspiring escape or inspiration to plan for you! Portugal is the hot new photo travel destination: Learn why … Lisbon was ranked No. 18 on [Read More]
When reading the comments on Luminous Landscape forum, it becomes quickly obvious that for many photographers the ability to reduce the weight of their gear and travel lighter is becoming one of the most important requirements in their shooting adventures. To satisfy their desire to do so, and based on the current state of technology [Read More]
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It’s camera and lens release season again, due to the recently cancelled CP+ show – while the show fell victim to the coronavirus, many of the cameras and lenses scheduled for the show are already announced and more are coming soon. Hopefully, the epidemic eases soon, with no further disruption to the lives and health [Read More]
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Jennifer Adler is a conservationist, diver and underwater photojournalist based in Gainesville, Florida. She works with National Geographic, the Nature Conservancy and many other organizations to amplify the work of scientists and researchers that work in the water. She’s also a big advocate of Florida’s fresh water springs and it’s this environment that we explored [Read More]
Jacques Oulé was born in France in 1958, he grew up in Aix en Provence, lived in Paris before moving to Toronto in 1981. He has pursued an interest in photography for many years, questioning its content and his position in it, and has immersed himself with its range of thecnique and possibilities. As a [Read More]
From the earliest days of photography, the preferred form of expression of a photograph has most often been a print. Some of the earliest photographic processes were direct-positive, with the final image being the plate from the camera (after development). Instant cameras are another direct-positive process, where all the creative control has to be exercised [Read More]
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If you’ve recently taken up landscape photography or you’re aware that a refresher of inspiration is in order perhaps these tips and thoughts will be of interest. In my practice, I can forget how to approach shooting and become overwhelmed or unable to start. To prevent or to manage these cycles of motivation slump or [Read More]
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The X-Pro 3 is the most “Fujifilm” in philosophy of any camera I have ever used, and it is a camera that makes you want to go out and shoot with it. It’s not perfect, nor will it probably serve as anyone’s only camera – but it is a wonderful addition to a collection of [Read More]