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iPhone Photography Tips With Michael Melford: Live Mode to Create a Long Exposure Image

National Geographic Photographer Michael Melford demonstrates how a smartphone's "live" mode can be utilized to create an extended publicity shot of waves crashing on the seashore. ...

Day vs Night: Full Length Behind the Scenes Photography Tutorial

In this video, SLR Lounge present you from begin to end how they took an abnormal scene and turned it into to go from day to nighttime in a...

Vaxis Storm 3000 Dual V-lock TX Review

We first saw the Vaxis Storm 3000 Dual V-lock TX at NAB earlier in the year. It looked like an interesting product so I thought it was a good idea to put it through its paces and see how it performs and works.

Fotodiox SkyFiller LED Lights

Fotodiox’s new SkyFiller LED Panels consist of the SF70, a 1×2 70w Bi-Color fixture, and the SF50, a 1×1 50w Bi-Color version.

Joe McNally’s Tips for Creativity as a Photographer

Internationally acclaimed photographer Joe McNally is again! In this interview, he discusses necessary facets of creativity for photographers, shares how he has overcome obstacles in his artistic journey and...

Fujinon XF16mm f/2.8: Flawed, But A Good Value

The Fujinon XF16mm f/2.8 has been popular among fans of compact mirrorless cameras, but the lens has a few issues according to lens tips that are similar to the controversial Fujinon XF18mm f/2.0 R. I do not know many that would defend or purchase the XF18mm, but a few do. I imagine many more will buy the XF16mm f/2.8, especially if they are intereted in the excilent XF16mm f/1.4.

10 Lighting Tips for Cinematic Film Look

Today we take a look at Kriscoart´s  favourite methods condensed in some very efficient suggestions and methods to raise your cinematography and scene lighting to the following stage. These...

Blackmagic Design announces new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K with EF mount

FREMONT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Blackmagic Design today announced the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, a new handheld digital film camera with a full Super 35 size 6K HDR image sensor, 13 stops of dynamic range, an EF lens mount and dual native ISO up to 25,600 for incredible low light performance. This new model builds on the popularity of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K but has a larger Super 35 sensor size with 6K resolution, allowing higher image quality. The EF lens mount model works with a wide range of lenses from companies such as Canon, Zeiss, Sigma and Schneider.

UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY: The making of ‘BREAK THE HABIT’

A day in the past Chris Hau and Peter McKinnon shared their final quick video, BREAK THE HABIT. Today, each clarify just a few ideas and tips to get a...

How to create CINEMATIC ‘DREAM-LIKE’ edits in Photoshop + Lightroom

Who desires to go shoot sunsets, neon or at night time now!? How to get these tremendous, glowy, atmospheric, surreal or dreamlike photographs? One of Toronto’s most outstanding and...