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Why You Should Embrace the Fujifilm X Pro 3’s “Image Flaws”

Personally speaking, the Fujifilm X Pro 3 is currently my favorite camera. I gave it a glowing review not long ago, and there is so much about this camera that forces you to focus on what’s happening in front of you. It tests you to be sure of the shot that you’re about to take. And if you embrace the features that the camera gives you, it will deliver incredibly unique images. For example, use the Classic Negative rendition with the Clarity setting, and you’ll get stunning photos that Canon, Nikon, and Sony can’t give you. But there’s more than that. You should also embrace the quality of post-production....
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Classifieds: Free Things, Webinars Photographers Should Know About

We’re rounding up some important news that we haven’t necessarily seen anywhere else into a single long blog post. It’s your briefing on a bunch of stuff that you’ll probably be interested in. All of these are from photography companies. You can see the entire list below....
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Pro Camera Reviews: Our Favorite Macro Lenses, and Much More!

On Sunday, we had our second of Pro Camera Reviews; our new interactive show on Zoom! Pro Camera Reviews is a new web show featuring discussion of the products the Reviews Team at the Phoblographer are actively reviewing and the gear they’ve just reviewed. It includes open Q&A from the audience towards the end of the show, and will air every Sunday at 7pm EST. You can register for the next episode right here....
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Ja Wang: The Town Under the Coronavirus on the Fujifilm XT3

All images by Ja Wang. Used with permission. “I think it’s a way of healing the city,” explains Ja Wang about his street photography. Specifically, Ja Wang did what many of us have recently done: documented their local city during the COVID-19 scare. We’re all stuck inside right now and this is all very surreal....
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New Sony Firmware Updates All FE Cameras with Touchscreen Menus

Sony proves that they’ve been listening to their cult’s needs and wants after all. Thank you Sony! Today, the company finally updated its cameras to unlock touchscreen capabilities on all their FE cameras. To be clear, that means that the Sony a7 III, Sony a7s, Sony a7r III, Sony a7r IV, Sony a9, and the...
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Pentax Announces the New Tamron 35mm F1.4 Di USD Lens

Continuing their trend of rebranding Tamron lenses, Pentax announced their rebranded version of the Tamron 35mm f1.4 Di USD. We’re happy that the Pentax K mount is being shown some love today with the announcement of the new Pentax 35mm f1.4 Di USD lens. For years, Pentax has been rebranding Tamron lenses for their own...
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Fujifilm Announces New Full Frame Downgrade Program for GF Cameras

Fujifilm GF Lenses could possibly be the sharpest things in front of full-frame sensors.  For years now, Fujifilm has been saying they’d never go Full-Frame. And, well, they’re mostly sticking to their word. Today, the company announced that photographers who purchase the GFX with a lens can downgrade their cameras to a Full-Frame X Trans...
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To Boost Sales, Camera Manufacturers Will Take Payment in Exposure

To Boost Sales, Camera Manufacturers Will Take Payment in Exposure...
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Photographers: Got a Project? We’d Love to Showcase It!

Amidst everything happening now with COVID-19, we know that photographers are in some ways shifting to find ways to get more eyes on their work. As a service to our readers, we’re looking to do just that. For years we’ve featured and profiled up and coming photographers. We’re also personally glad to say that we’ve made discoveries of many before they were cool. So if you’d like to get featured, we’ve got all the details on how to submit your work down below....
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Review: The Rogue Flashbenders V3 (Pushing the Light Forward)

I got excited when I heard about the update to the Rogue Flashbenders. For years, I used to rely on these for event shooting. They were incredibly useful and when they were introduced, they were arguably a game-changer. To this day, I still see them used at events if photographers are going for a specific look and aren’t using the built-in diffuser. But now, the company has updated them once again. And what’s new is the construction and the way that they mount onto a flash. Further, there are improvements to the way that the optional diffusion panels work. The Rogue Flashbenders do a great job if you can get the metering just right....
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Bored at Home? Here’s 7 Deals Under $40 on Presets and Photo Tutorials

Photography is something that often needs to be done face to face and out and about in public. But the whole post-production stage of it and specific genres can be done easily at home. For those that hate presets, we’d love you to welcome this thought: if you could theoretically make $2,000 for an hour of work vs. 12 hours of work, why would you not try to make all that money in an hour? Think of all the things that you can do with the other 11 hours! You could binge-watch Tiger King! You could learn something new! You can cook! Or, you can get a workout in or literally anything else. These Presets help with this by giving you a starting place for editing. Then eventually, you tweak them to your own liking and create the style of imagery that people will hire you for. Even if you’re not a professional, a semi-professional photographer making taxable income off of these photos can supplement their revenue easily. And if you’re just a hobbyist, you’re going to have fun experimenting and playing around. So we’ve rounded up a bunch of presets and essential tutorials below....
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Review: Nissin MG80 Pro (A Solid, Well Built Flash for the Money)

The Nissin MG80 Pro is a flash we initially weren’t sure of, but it grew on us and now we like it. This past year I’ve been looking at small flashes again, and the Nissin MG80 Pro has seriously caught my attention. Years ago, I reviewed the Nissin MG8000, one of the company’s first flashes...
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Tonight: Macro Lenses and Battling Depression on Pro Camera Reviews

Join us for Pro Camera Reviews Episode 2 airs Live tonight on March 29th at 7pm EST; register here. Hey folks! Pro Camera Reviews is a new web show by the Reviews Team of the Phoblographer. Join Gear Editor Brett Day, Reviews Editor Paul Ip, and Editor in Chief Chris Gampat as they candidly discuss...
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Tune In for Episode 2 of Pro Camera Reviews; We’re Talking Macro Lenses!

Pro Camera Reviews Episode 2 airs Live on March 29th at 7pm EST; register here. Hey folks! Pro Camera Reviews is a new web show by the Reviews Team of the Phoblographer. Join Gear Editor Brett Day, Reviews Editor Paul Ip, and Editor in Chief Chris Gampat as they candidly discuss the products they’re actively...
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ComparePresets Lets Photographers Observe Presets Side by Side

I’m a little shocked that ComparePresets wasn’t available sooner, or rather that this idea hasn’t been around much longer. Pitched to us a while ago, we’ve been playing with ComparePresets for months now in its various iterations. And today, it’s launching in full glory. The website lets you navigate through the world of presets with a lot of ease–and absolutely free too! The navigation and the defining process are pretty straightforward and all this lets photographers figure out exactly what they want. In fact, it specifically does this through a blind taste test first. In all honesty, I didn’t like it at first. But then I realized that this is probably for the best....
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Check Out Our 1st Episode of Pro Camera Reviews! Sign Up for Sunday!

On Sunday, we had our first episode of Pro Camera Reviews; our new interactive show on Zoom! Pro Camera Reviews is a new web show featuring discussion of the products the Reviews Team at the Phoblographer are actively reviewing and the gear they’ve just reviewed. It includes open Q&A from the audience towards the end of the show, and will air every Sunday at 7pm EST. You can register for the next episode right here....
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Blair Sugarman: The Magic of Cityscape Photography and Bad Weather

“I take a lot of drone shots, usually at ridiculous hours of the morning,” says photographer Blair Sugarman in an interview with the Phoblographer. “I’m also a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to taking shots, sometimes taking the same angle repeatedly just because the conditions have changed slightly.” Blair is a photographer based in Hong Kong and adores Cityscape photography like no other. He believes that cityscapes offer a unique perspective into an entire way of life. We have to agree with him–a photo of a city can at anytime contain hundreds of people or even more. Though he hasn’t been shooting for long, Blair has a creative spark about him that permeates through his work and in his photography....
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Clayton Arnall: A Conceptual Photographer Who Makes in-Camera Magic

“…as time’s gone on, I’ve become more comfortable putting people into the positions I want to see,” photographer Clayton Arnall relates to us. “I tend to do most things in-camera, yes.” Clayton is a Kelowna, BC-based creative who shoots video and stills. Much of how he creates comes from his cinematic background and his ability to be in-tune with the moods of others around him. This makes him a photographer that is mostly about getting it right in camera despite admitting to using Lightroom and Photoshop a lot. But more importantly, Clayton says that his work is all about the people he works with and his own unique, creative vision. Oh, and he finds Instagram difficult....
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Pro Camera Reviews: Our New Gearhead Show Starts in a Few Hours

Join us on Sunday at 5pm EST for a brand new live show by the Phoblographer. Pro Camera Reviews is a new web show featuring discussion of the products our Reviews Team of the Phoblographer are actively reviewing and the gear they’ve just reviewed. It will include open Q&A from the audience towards the end...
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Sign Up For Our Free New Photography Gearhead Show: Pro Camera Reviews

Join us on Sunday at 5pm EST for a brand new live show by the Phoblographer. Pro Camera Reviews is a new web show featuring discussion of the products our Reviews Team of the Phoblographer are actively reviewing and the gear they’ve just reviewed. It will include open Q&A from the audience towards the end...
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A Good, Free Portrait Editor Does Not Exist. Or Does It?

“Your time is way too valuable of a resource. Don’t spend hours retouching your portraits. Let PhotoDiva handle them.” What’s the biggest misconception about the job of a portrait photographer? Perhaps that it’s easy. No big deal – just set up your camera, shoot – and boom! – the pictures are ready. But are they,...
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Review: Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN Art (The Perfect Zoom for Sony FE?)

The Sigma 24-70mm f2.8 DG DN Art is one of the perfect zoom lenses made for the Sony FE camera lineup. This is the first time in a long time that I’ve been pleasantly surprised, and the Sigma 24-70mm f2.8 DG DN Art is the reason. I’ve known that Sigma’s quality has been top-notch: there’s...
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And the Winner of Our Landscape Photography Contest with Tamron Is…

We’ve selected a winner for our Landscape photography contest! As the Editor in Chief of this website, I sincerely want to thank everyone who entered our landscape photography competition. In the final days of the contest, I started going through the images and fell in love with a lot of them. Many of the photos...
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Review: Nikon 24mm F1.8 Z (One of My Favorite Lenses for the System)

Would you shell out $1,000 for the Nikon 24mm f1.8 Z? Well, if you’re judging it by just the lens itself, it would probably make sense. This lens is fantastic in a variety of ways. It’s sharp, it focuses pretty fast and it’s very well built. Most importantly, the small size embraces the ideals of mirrorless camera systems. Landscape photographers are the ones who would especially love the Nikon 24mm f1.8 Z. This all sounds fantastic, but there are a few pretty big problems....
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Pro Camera Reviews: A New Live Web Show by the Phoblographer

Join us on Sunday at 5pm EST for a brand new live show by the Phoblographer. Pro Camera Reviews is a new web show featuring the Reviews Team of the Phoblographer as they discuss the products they’re actively reviewing and the gear they’ve just reviewed. Open Q&A from the audience towards the end of the...
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Camera Manufacturers Disagree on How to Disinfect Your Cameras

“(I’d) imagine that other manufacturers haven’t considered use of disinfectants on photographic equipment,” says Mark Weir, Senior Manager of Technology over at Sony. When I first emailed the camera manufacturers about this story, I wasn’t expecting conflicting answers. And as I wrote this article, it became a bit more confusing. In some ways, the manufacturers are saying the same things. But in other ways, one has to remember that camera manufacturers use different materials and finishes on their cameras. To that end, we got different dialogues. Amidst Coronavirus fears, we talked to manufacturers, a Doctor and an Insurance provider for Freelancers about what to do....
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Tips for Shooting a Party in Low Light: What Photographers Should Know

Some photographers like to be a fly on the wall when it comes to shooting a party, but if you want images that pop, you’re going to need to get deeper in there. Shooting parties isn’t only about having the best gear and knowing how to use it, but it’s more about–get this–being a human being and thinking a bit. You should never feel like you’re under a whole lot of pressure, and therefore you should prepare a lot beforehand. Getting to the venue early and walking around to explore the lighting situation is the best thing you can do. Parties are also social occurrences, and people are more than happy to be social with you. Shooting a party in low light presents a different number of challenges. Luckily, we’re telling you all about how to not even break a sweat when you start shooting....
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Review: Ilford ORTHO Plus ISO 80 Black and White Film (35mm)

When Ilford ORTHO Plus launched last year, we were very curious about it. It’s a low grain, high detail film that needs a lot of light. But most interesting is its lack of sensitivity to reds and oranges. What this means is that the red leaves of trees during the autumn will come out looking dark. Red and orange sand will be very dark. Red cars and lipstick will be nearly pitch black. So when it comes to creativity, Ilford ORTHO Plus allows a photographer to have a more playful mind....
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The Best Photography Websites, YouTube Accounts, and Blogs in 2020

Over the years, I’ve accumulated a ton of places that I search for news, inspiration, etc. within the photography space. And I’m positive that mine is much different than yours. As an Editor in Chief, I willingly admit that I’m not listing competing websites here. But I’m instead listing some of my dear personal favorites that I have a true attachment to. So without further adieu, here are some of the best. ...
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How This Photographer Made a Grid Portrait with Kodak Tri-X

“I like the look of seeing the numbers from the film and the entire strip because it brings more depth to the image,” relates photographer Cameron Mosier about his unique portrait shot on film. “A fun thing about the image is the imperfections.” What Cameron tried isn’t new per se, but it’s always fun to see projects like this. They’re pretty intensive and require the photographer to really think ahead to the production stage. The idea is similar to the Brenizer method, which applies this idea more to the digital world but also gets rid of the imperfections that make these photos really special. ...
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Melissa Stemmer Uses Fujifilm to Create Charming Portrait Photography

“The conversation is everything,” says Photographer Melissa Stemmer when working with models for portraits. “So I talk a lot with my models. Saying what is good and what can be improved.” Ms. Stemmer is pretty new to photography and has that Je ne sais quoi that many of us have when we just start out. In fact, she got into it from watching a lot of YouTube videos. After a while, she knew that this was the creative medium for her. The spark is brighter than ever with her as she finds inspiration all around her. Based in Germany, Ms. Stemmer works a lot with people. And that’s the basis behind a lot of her work....
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The Honest Answer: Do You Need an F2.8 or an F4 Zoom Lens?

Could you honestly answer whether or not you’re a better fit for an f2.8 or an f4 zoom lens? It’s a valid question for many photographers. Lots of photographers who I’ve spoken to in the past few months have been content with an f4 zoom lens when I would have thought that they needed an f2.8 zoom instead. So which is better? That’s a complicated question to answer. And which do you need? That’s something we’re going to dive into below....
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Hurry! Only a Few Hours Left in Our Landscape Contest with Tamron!

JUST A FEW HOURS LEFT!!!! EDITOR’S NOTE: WE PREVIOUSLY SAID FOUR DAYS. SORRY ABOUT THAT! Hey folks! We’re teaming up with Tamron to giveaway a Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 for Sony FE mount or an SP 35mm f1.4 Di USD lens in Canon or Nikon DSLR mount (compatible with ML adapters). In case you didn’t know, we loved both of...
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Useful Photography Tip #199: How to Dehaze a Photo In Camera, No Post!

Lots of photographers will teach you tutorials all about how to get more details out of a scene in post-production. But the truth is that you don’t need it. Instead, we believe in the philosophy of getting rid of the problem to begin with. Lots of you who use Adobe Lightroom know a lot about using the Dehaze tool and all that it does. Indeed, when it launched it really was pretty innovative. And in some ways, it can still prove very useful. But to be honest, you really don’t need it. Instead, there’s a little thing that photographers have been using for years to get rid of haze, boost color and enhance clarity right in the camera....
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Luce: An App That Could Help Analog Photographers Log EXIF Data

“We’re currently just a two-man team who really wants to help the Analog community out with our development skills,” explains Don Chia to the Phoblographer in an email interview. “The app has changed in a myriad of ways since the alpha creation stage. We have received a ton of support and suggestions from the community and we have taken the suggestions into consideration.” After posting on Reddit, Don learned even more about the needs of analog photographers. One of the biggest problems that they face is logging their EXIF data. Lots of shooters often use a notebook or maybe start a Google Doc on their phone. Then when developing and scanning, they’ll keep this info in mind. This is one of the main motivations behind the Luce App. Currently, there isn’t a whole lot like Luce on the market since it’s very niche....
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The City Within: Curating the Photos of Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb

“The exhibition endeavors to create a dialog between the two photographers’ work,” says Sean Corcoran, the Curator of Prints and Photographs at the Museum of the City of New York. Integrating Magnum Photographer Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb’s images into the same exhibit has been Mr. Corcoran’s latest endeavor. “Hopefully, the visitor will bounce back and forth between the work and see the visual and conceptual connections.” The two photographers are the focus of The City Within–an exhibit which promises to present a more integral look at Brooklyn’s communities not often shown in the glamorous series’ one might find on HBO. Opening on March 11, 2020, the exhibit is undoubtedly a reason to get excited as it presents a side of Brooklyn rarely conveyed in more mainstream channels....
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Opinion: We Need to Start Thinking About High ISO Images Differently

The high ISO setting is something that lots of us try to actively avoid. Dreaded high ISO noise and grain can really mess with a photo. But I think that it’s about time that we all change our minds about this. In the past few years, we’ve been printing images from cameras that were shot at ISO 6400. And none of them have really been that bad. In fact, they all make for great prints at 17×22 inches. Beyond this though, we have to remember to embrace all of the tools that can make these images even better....
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My Camera Takes Great Pictures and Your Mouth Says Nice Things

Every photographer and every person has heard this before. Perhaps it’s changed these days to “Your phone shoots better photos than mine does.” But the truth is that it’s a 50/50 split. I’m not at all going to say that gear doesn’t matter. It does. But your phone or your camera is simply an extension of oneself in the same way that yarn and needles are an extension of your friend’s ability to knit you a nice scarf. Now, this statement is something most commonly said by folks who just don’t think of photography as anything more important than taking photos. It’s never said with bad intent. Instead, it’s said out of purely not knowing any better....
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There’s 1 Day Left to Win Our Landscape Photography Contest With Tamron!

1 More Day!!! EDITOR’S NOTE: WE PREVIOUSLY SAID FOUR DAYS. SORRY ABOUT THAT! Hey folks! We’re teaming up with Tamron to giveaway a Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 for Sony FE mount or an SP 35mm f1.4 Di USD lens in Canon or Nikon DSLR mount (compatible with ML adapters). In case you didn’t know, we loved both of these lenses....
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The Winner of Our Landscape Photography Contest Gets a Tamron Lens!

Photographers using a Sony FE camera, Nikon or Canon DSLR will win something really great! Hey folks! We’re teaming up with Tamron to giveaway a Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 for Sony FE mount or an SP 35mm f1.4 Di USD lens in Canon or Nikon DSLR mount (compatible with ML adapters). In case you didn’t know, we loved both of...
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How an Astrophotographer Shot a Rarely Photographed Moment

“This jet, in particular, was not discovered until 2017, so at the very least the window of time for someone else to image this is relatively small,” explains Connor M. Matherne to the Phoblographer in an interview. He’s an amateur astrophotographer with a Masters of Science in Geology, and that’s based at Louisana State University. “In the 2017 paper published b McKinley et al., they had the help of amateur astrophotographer Rolf Wahl Olsen who shot the same target and recently updated his total exposure time to 130 hours for it. Still no C jet sadly.” Connor states that an astrophotographer needs access to both great equipment and even better skies to pull off what he did. The breathtaking image above isn’t one that can be found easily online–at least not done by amateur photographers. And this isn’t the only masterpiece that Connor has done....
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The Modern Photography Exhibit Desperately Needs to Evolve

There is a very simple thing that gets infinitely more complicated when it comes to making spaces where photographers show off their work better. While the art spaces should really, truly be about focusing on the art, the truth of the matter is that everyone and their mother is going to take pictures and share later on social media at one time or another. And so I think that traditional art galleries and museums need to find a way to modernize and therefore make their installations interactive and dare I say it–Instagrammable....
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One Lucky Landscape Photographer Will Win a Brand New Tamron Lens!

You’ve got less than 10 days left to win! Hey folks! We’re teaming up with Tamron to giveaway a Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 for Sony FE mount or an SP 35mm f1.4 Di USD lens in Canon or Nikon DSLR mount (compatible with ML adapters). In case you didn’t know, we loved both of these lenses. Check out the rules...
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Capture One 20 Now Supports the Fujifilm XT4 and Fujifilm X100V

The latest update for Capture One 20 is now available, and more cameras got support. When Fujifilm owners get their brand new cameras, they’ll be delighted to know about the latest Capture One 20 update. The software will give support for both the X-T4 and the X100V. But in addition to that, there are a...
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Essentials: The Leica 75mm F1.25 Pairs Well with Kodak Ektachrome 100

No matter how many photographers tell you that you should stop fixating on perfect bokeh, I’m not sure how many photographers can truly gawk at what the Leica 75mm f1.25 Noctilux is capable of. “But the price!” is what the IRL version of the Simpson’s Comic Book guy will say behind the protection of his PC screen and the broadband internet that he uses from his mom’s basement. Yes, the Leica 75mm f1.25 Noctilux is expensive. But the Leica 75mm f1.25 Noctilux isn’t a purchase that you make because it’s logical or because you’ll get the greatest images out of it. Quite honestly, you do it because you want it. And to hit home even harder, I’m positive that most of you are into photography because you want to. It’s a hobby that has practicality, unlike watches and whiskey. And if you pair the Leica 75mm f1.25 Noctilux with a fine film like Kodak Ektachrome, the resulting images are bound to remind you of why you adore this hobby so much....
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What Do You Do With a Lens You Don’t Plan on Using? Rent it Out!

Today, LensRentals is officially announcing that they’ve shipped their 1 millionth order. The company was started years ago by Roger Cicala and has grown since then. Roger credits their growth to the domain name in addition to his blogging efforts that have been part of their marketing. To celebrate, they’re thanking customers by giving away a drone, camera and lots of other items starting today on March 2nd. Since its founding in 2006 Lensrentals, headquartered in Cordova, has grown to 160 employees in three locations, and still serving the 48 contiguous states. As a fellow entrepreneur, I asked Roger a few questions about what it’s like to start a business and how he grew it....
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Review: Leica M6 TTL (The Best Film Camera They Ever Made)

There was a time when I believed the Leica M4-P to be the best camera that Leica ever made–and in some ways I believe it to still be superior over the Leica M6 TTL. The Leica M6 TTL is just easier. But if you’re a photographer that is a true master of the Sunny 16 method, then the Leica M4-P could be all that you need. With the Leica M6 TTL the ability to shoot at events with a flash becomes much easier due to the TTL flash capabilities. And for that reason alone, most photographers will probably stick with the original Leica M6....
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Smartphone Cameras Could Be So Much Better if They Just Did This

One of the most frustrating issues with cameraphones that makes a dedicated camera far superior doesn’t have to do with the sensor. In fact, the sensor and all the computational photography that they build into a cellphone camera is fantastic. Instead, the issues have to do with the lens. We’re not talking about cameraphones needing a zoom lens but we’re instead talking about a little thing that we all take for granted: lens hoods. How many of you reading this use lens hoods and not lens caps? Many of you probably use both. Personally, I hate lens caps–they get lost a lot. But a lens hood is often the perfect thing for me and there are a variety of reasons why. ...
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What if the Canon Zoom Lens Trio are All F2 Zoom Lenses?

I’m perhaps fantasizing here, but I think that the idea of Canon changing up the traditional zoom lens trio would make things even more fun in the photography world. Arguably, the most significant redeeming factor of the Canon RF system so far is their lenses. We have yet to see how the Canon R5 will perform. But it would make Sony rethink their system of already excellent lenses, and it would put Canon in a much better position. So what lenses am I talking about?...
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We Want to See Your Best Landscape, and You Can Win a Tamron Lens!

Landscape photographers, you still have a chance to win a Tamron lens. Hey folks! We’re teaming up with Tamron to giveaway a Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 for Sony FE mount or an SP 35mm f1.4 Di USD lens in Canon or Nikon DSLR mount (compatible with ML adapters). In case you didn’t know, we loved both of these lenses. Check...
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