Documentary Tips for Filming Undercover and Undetected


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From hidden action cameras to improvised espionage tips, use this run-and-gun guide to filming documentary projects on the sly.

Quick tips for winter street photography


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This year, many photographers won’t be able to head to the countryside to shoot gorgeous winter landscapes. However, that doesn’t mean they can’t hit the streets to document the beauty of cities blanketed in snow. It will definitely be challenging to take photos while trying not to freeze out there. But with some street photography […]

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The Mic Picker: How to Find the Right Microphone


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From stereo to lavalier, let’s explore the different types of microphones to discover which one works best for your creative needs.

The Mic Picker: How to Find the Right Microphone


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From stereo to lavalier, let’s explore the different types of microphones to discover which one works best for your creative needs.

Check out these eight 3D printed photo & video tools designed to make your life a little easier


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I put off getting a 3D printer for the longest time. I didn’t want to get one just for the sake of having a new toy that I’d get bored with, so I held off getting one until I felt I had a genuine need for one. Now, I have five – the most recent […]

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Sigma 35mm and 65mm f/2.0 review by Dpreview and Photographyblog


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Dpreview tested the Sigma 35mm f/2.0 lens and writes: In a nutshell, the Sigma 35mm F2 DG DN is a really solid lens for a reasonable price. You get exceptional build quality, sharpness that holds up well even on a…

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Irix’s 45mm f/1.4 is now the world’s fastest medium format Fujifilm GFX lens


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Well, that was a surprise. We knew Irix had a fast medium format lens on the way because they released a teaser a couple of days ago. But it turned out to be faster than the teaser suggested – only hinting at an aperture of at least f/2.8. We thought it was going to be […]

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Simulate golden hour haze with off-camera flash for a whimsical forest portrait


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If you like flexibility in when you shoot, but love golden hour lighting, then this setup could be a good one to add to your mental kit! In this walkthrough I’ll show you how I simulated a hazy golden hour look with a simple off-camera flash kit. What you’ll need Camera and portrait lens (I […]

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Art and coincidence: perfect examples of the decesive moment


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Photography has been with me for as long as I can remember. In my childhood, my father had an old Zorki camera, the Russian Leica II copies, and he had a habit of developing films from our trips in the darkroom. That place with unfamiliar smells and substances had a unique charm for me. I […]

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This filter system is the ultimate variable ND solution


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Have you ever wanted a set of filters that could offer 1 to 9 stops of light reduction without having to screw in different filters? Then check out the latest kit from Haida with their Nano Pro Magnetic Variable ND. Variable ND filters have come a long way in the last few years.  They offer […]

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You can now explore Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring” in this stunning 10-billion-pixel panorama


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Johannes Vermeer’s Girl with the Pearl Earring is one of the most famous paintings in the world. If you’ve always wanted to see it, you can visit the Mauritshuis museum in the Hag, the Netherlands. But the latest project from Hirox Europe lets you see the famous painting in a whole new way, without leaving […]

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Camera Aperture Basics


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Aperture and other technical photography basics can induce yawns in the most eager of budding shutterbugs, but once these basics are understood, the rest of photography easily comes into focus. Aperture, ISO, and shutter speed are all important terms to know, whether you have a point-and-shoot or a professional camera. This article explains aperture and provides tips for using it to create better photographs.

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Photo by Alex; ISO 1250, f/5.6, 1/30-second exposure.

To better understand aperture, think about how the irises of your eyes get bigger and smaller to allow more or less light into the pupil. Like

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Sonnet eGPU Breakaway Pucks


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Sonnet has introduced two new eGPU Breakaway Pucks for Intel-based Mac computers with Thunderbolt 3 Ports. If you are running an Intel-based MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, iMac or iMac Pro with Thunderbolt 3 ports and you are doing a lot of editing, rendering, color grading, animating, or special effects apps an eGPU can … Continued

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Drone On!


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I got to see a drone the other day, finally. A local friend, Pam, just got her realtor’s license, and she bought one. Fortunately for her, her seven-year-old grandson was visiting a few days earlier when it arrived, so she…

Tips for Photographing Newborns: Do It Yourself


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The arrival of a newborn into a family is an amazing and exciting (albeit sleep deprived) time. You can find yourself in this blissful bubble of just you and your little family as you adapt to life as parents. Most parents will attest to how precious yet fleeting these days are and its why so many choose to capture them Continue Reading

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount Rainier Sunrise


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If you’ve ever had the chance to visit Mount Rainier National Park you know how stunning the views can be. With glacier-capped Mount Rainier towering in the distance and gorgeous lakes and rivers, forests, and sprawling meadows, the landscape provides a picturesque canvas. Here, photographer Steven Luu captures a serene sunrise from his campsite overlooking the lake:

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Sunrise Over Mt. Rainier by Steven Luu (Via Imgur. Click image to see full size.)

“I woke up in the dark excitedly anticipating sunrise. As the sun rose above the horizon, then above a thick layer of clouds, we were treated to

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Lectrosonic SMWB & SMDWB Wideband Transmitters now available in 941 MHz Frequency Band


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Lectrosonics has released two new models of their SMWB & SMDWB Miniature Wideband Transmitters covering the Part-74 license-only frequency range from 941.525 to 959.825 MHz. RF power for these models is selectable at 100, 50, or 25 mW. They feature the standard TA5 connector with servo-bias mic input, as used on all previous SM Series … Continued

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Basics to Remember in Landscape Photography


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Landscape photography is undoubtedly one of the most popular genres of photography out there. If you think about it, when you’re out to take landscape photos, you’re not just taking photos – you also get to be close to nature and enjoy what it has to offer. This could be one of the reasons why many photographers fall in love with landscape photography. In today’s video, we have photographer Adam Karnacz who shares some essential ideas that you should keep in mind while you grow in the art of landscape photography:

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Basics to Remember in Landscape Photography


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Landscape photography is undoubtedly one of the most popular genres of photography out there. If you think about it, when you’re out to take landscape photos, you’re not just taking photos – you also get to be close to nature and enjoy what it has to offer. This could be one of the reasons why many photographers fall in love with landscape photography. In today’s video, we have photographer Adam Karnacz who shares some essential ideas that you should keep in mind while you grow in the art of landscape photography:

Photography gear is something that photographers of all genres

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Art Of The Cut Podcast Eps. 83 (“Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult” Editor Inbal Lessner, ACE)


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The Art of the Cut podcast brings the fantastic conversations that Steve Hullfish has with world renowned editors into your car, living room, editing suite and beyond. In each episode, Steve talks with editors ranging from emerging stars to Oscar and Emmy winners. Hear from the top editors of today about their careers, editing workflows and about their work on some of the biggest films and TV shows of the year.

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On todays episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast, Steve talks with Emmy and Eddie nominated documentary editor Inbal Lessner, ACE about executive producing, writing, and editing “Seduced: Continue reading “Art Of The Cut Podcast Eps. 83 (“Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult” Editor Inbal Lessner, ACE)”