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My 10 Year Search for the Perfect Camera Brought Me Back to APS-C

In 2015, I fully committed to switching from my Nikon DSLR system to a Sony mirrorless system starting with the Sony a7 II. Up until that point, I had always held on to my Nikon D700 and D800 as my workhorse cameras for weddings and commercial shoots but experimented with Olympus, Sony, and Panasonic for my travel photography. In 2020, I’ve made another big leap and switched from my full frame…
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Photoshop vs Luminar 4: Which Performs Sky Replacements Better?

Adobe recently added the ability to do easy and accurate sky replacements in Photoshop, very similar to a feature that was the main reason to pick up Skylum Luminar. So, which is better? In this 18-minute video, YouTuber Serge Ramelli decides to find out. Ramelli tests multiple photos on both platforms to see which of the two programs worked better with the same base image and sky replacement.
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11 Tips for Awesome Abstract Photos

I don’t consider myself a genre-specific photographer. For me, sticking to specific genres is so limiting. I like to go out, explore the world, and see what attracts my eye. So although I am going to share some ideas about abstract photography – it’s not definitive or…
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Solarcan Colours: A Trio of Soda Can Cameras for Tinted Solargraphs

Three years after launching the original Solarcan, photographer Sam Cornwell has just unveiled Solarcan Colours. It’s a trio of new cameras that each captures solargraphs in a different tint. The Solarcan is a unique camera shaped like a can of soda that allows anyone to easily capture ultra-long-exposure photos showing the path of the Sun over a span of days, weeks, months, or even years. The…
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The Conda Camera Strap Can Transform into a Tripod

Frii Designs is launching an unusual camera strap design that uses interlocking pieces to go from loose and flexible, to stiff and sturdy, allowing it to become tripod-like with the flip of a switch. Frii Designs is the same company responsible for the triple-lens-holder belt called the Trilens. The product was based on the LensFlipper, but added a third port for an additional lens. Now that…
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