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“Somebody To Love” This year’s camera body is amazing! It’s your main squeeze, your baby, your precioussssss! What to do with last year’s camera body; Old Black Betty? Occasionally you tote it around as a spare, “just in case something happens.” 99 times out of 100, nothing ever happens. It sits in the bag patiently [...]
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This post is part of a series of educational posts from photographers Jay and Varina Patel. If you like what you see, take a look at their eBooks. Discount code for Induro blog readers at the end of this post! … Continue reading →
Ok, they’re not in a tree. But they are on the in a van, in the snow, on tabletops, and maybe even thinking about hanging upside down. The filmmakers over at NextWaveDV review the Induro Hi-Hat in the video above, … Continue reading →
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Sean de Sparengo is an award-winning British advertising and portrait photographer. His images immediately engage the audience, blending technical excellence with a startling creativity. Corner-to-corner sharpness and crisp, clean details lend Sean’s images a powerful impact that cannot be ignored. To achieve his technical excellence, Sean depends on his innate ambition and on his Leaf [...]
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Calibrating your monitor is an essential first step toward controlling color, but to complete the process when you’re printing, you need to see an accurate preview of what your image will look like when reproduced by the specific paper and… Read more Continue reading
Valerie Millett is a landscape photographer based out of Arizona who often goes to, what some would consider, extreme lengths to get the photographs that best represent her experiences in nature. Hiking and camping in remote areas with only her dog … Continue reading →
Graphic designers often make great photographers. They already have a fine tuned eye for composition and color and once they get the more technical bits down, they’re off and running. Jorge Queiroz is no exception. We first ran into his … Continue reading →
Gavin Seim, whose cross-country photography road trip we’ve just written about, is making a film – actually, his second, and he needs your help to finish it. Entitled Photographics, Gavin aims to create a film that will delve, not into … Continue reading →
Join host Joe Brady as he puts the combination of the Sekonic L-478 meter and the ColorChecker Passport to work out in the field to get perfect color and perfect exposure when shooting landscape photography. In this free webinar, you … Continue reading →
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A look inside freelance photojournalist C.S. Muncy’s bag would reveal not only the expected cameras and lenses, but also a police scanner and protein bars. When a piece of gear makes its way into his kit, you know it’s there … Continue reading →