Monthly Archives: September 2015

Updated list of rumored Nikon D5 specifications | Nikon Rumors

Will the new Nikon D5 incorporate some of the super high ISO features of the latest Sony dSLR?

Here is an updated list of rumored Nikon D5 specifications:

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Patent: Improved Sensor Based AF

Will sensor autofocus be the next boon in photography?

A patent showing what appears to be improved sensor based AF has appeared, this one uses some kind of “light field” processing. Patent Publication No. 2015-161785 (Google Translated) Published

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Pentax 24-70mm f/2.8 Announced for Upcoming Full Frame DSLR

It looks like Pentax will soon be a contender in the full-frame dSLR world.

Ricoh has been teasing a full frame Pentax DSLR for some time now, and the latest official word is that the camera will debut in the spring of 2016. The co

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Full-frame fury: Comparing Canon’s 5DS R and Sony’s A7R II

The Canon shooter’s dilemma: upgrade to the new 5DS or buy the Sony A7R Mark II with adaapter.

We preview two of the newest and hottest full-frame, interchangeable lens cameras on the planet: the Sony Alpha A7R Mark II and the Canon EOS 5DS R.

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Creating Dresses Out of Milk By DigitalRev

These are real, albeit composites but real splashes of milk.

How photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz achieves the look.

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A 3 Step Framework to Reverse Engineering a Photograph You Want to Emulate

Deconstruct or reverse engineer photos to learn desirable techniques.

You’re familiar with the concept of reverse engineering, aren’t you? You may be wondering what reverse engineering has to do with photography — I’m not suggesting that anyone take apart their camera and try to put it back together…am I? No. This is about reverse engineering a photo — loo…

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This Photographer Decided to Be Her Own Wedding Photographer

Turning your own wedding into a series of selfies.

When photographer Liisa Luts got married back on August 28th, she did something rather unusual: she decided to be the official photographer at her own wedd

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E-M1 and E-M5II firmware updates coming end November! Silent shutter, Focus-Bracketing 24/25fps, electronic stabilization and more!

Olympus adds new features to their flagship cameras with new firmware.

New features on the E-M1 firmware 4.0 Olympus Global announced that it will release a new firmware update for the E-M1 and E-M5II by end of November. New features: New main features added in […]

Source: E-M1 and E-M5II firmware updates coming end November! Silent shutter, Focus-Bracketing 24/25fps, electronic stabilization and more!

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Sony adds 5-axis stabilization, improved video to high-sensitivity A7S II camera

Sony Mark II versions of their mirror-less alpha line-up are turning heads.

Sony’s new A7S II retains its high 409,600 ISO, but has improved video recording specs like in-camera 4K and Full HD slo-mo, and 5-axis stabilization.

Source: Sony adds 5-axis stabilization, improved video to high-sensitivity A7S II camera

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500px ISO » Stunning Photography, Incredible Stories » Video: How to Process a Milky Way Photo in Adobe Lightroom

Make a good picture of the Milky Way better using this Lightroom workflow. 

This fantastic video tutorial will teach you how to process your Milky Way photos in Adobe Lightroom from start to finish.

Source: 500px ISO » Stunning Photography, Incredible Stories » Video: How to Process a Milky Way Photo in Adobe Lightroom

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