Is Apple bringing back an SD card slot to its laptops?


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Late last week, it came out that Apple was bringing a few ports back to its MacBook Pro lineup, after they were removed in 2016. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is planning to bring back the SD card slot in its upcoming 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros. Also making a comeback will be a […]

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Tamron 17-70mm F2.8 Di III-A VC RXD sample gallery


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Tamron’s 17-70mm F2.8 III-A VC RXD is a lightweight zoom for Sony APS-C E-mount shooters. Equivalent to a 25-105mm F4 in full-frame terms, this lens handles nicely on a6000-series cameras and offers great versatility for daylight shooting. Fast to focus, it also produces nice, sharp images across the frame and focal length.

Please note that Tamron only appears to ‘bake in’ chromatic aberration correction into files shot with this lens. As such, distortion correction (and vignetting, for that matter) is the responsibility of the end-user. As you’ll see in this gallery, you will need Continue reading “Tamron 17-70mm F2.8 Di III-A VC RXD sample gallery”

Off-Roader AUDI with 5 drones.


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My take on this is the inclusion of the 5 drones. If we take todays drone technology you could walk for 15 minutes each way so its obviously not talking about todays drones. Plus you don’t actually see any drones only a made up simulation. It gets better the drones are used to let you […]

Clubs, Competitions, & Critiques


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This is a longer one. You might want to grab a cup of coffee. In fact, if you’d rather listen than read, I’ve made an audio version for you and you can download it here. Enjoy.

When I was a kid, I begged my mother to let me take horseback riding lessons. After some tearful pleading (mine, not hers), she finally relented. At my first lesson, I was one of four kids, and my teacher insisted we learn first to pick the crap out of the horse’s hooves. She showed us how to do it, and so enthusiastic were we Continue reading “Clubs, Competitions, & Critiques”

HOW TO MAKE AN ADVANCED COMPOSITE IN FUSION – Resolve 17 Tutorial [2021]


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RUMOR: There is a chance Sony will announce a curved sensor RX Full Frame camera on Tuesday!


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Unlike the previous Sony A7sIII and A7c announcements Sony is having a very “close” announcement. Only Sony Tokyo knows about this “new mysterious announcement”. I now got contacted by a trusted long time source. This time he told me that…

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On Photography: Ron Sherman, 1942-present


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“My first ‘f8 and be there’ opportunity was when I saw smoke from a fire on the horizon, grabbed my camera, and was first on the scene at a major gasoline fire in Doraville [Georgia] in 1972.” -Ron Sherman Ron Sherman has had many, many f/8-and-be-there-moments in his 50-plus year career as an Atlanta based […]

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Nikon U.K. Store Suspends Shipments to Customers Due to Brexit Complications


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Nikon U.K. Store Suspends Shipments to Customers Due to Brexit Complications

Nikon’s U.K. website has announced that it has temporarily stopped taking orders from British customers as a result of issues caused by Brexit.

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Personal request: How can I improve the shot of her eyes?


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It’s now exactly two months that I am shooting within the COVID-19 unit in Bolzano (Italy). I am doing a documentary so photography is more of a free side job. The image on top show you a 25 year old…

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Deal of the day: the Ricoh GR III camera is now $100 off for the first time (coupon code included)


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The Ricoh GR III camera is now $100 off for the first time at Amazon US only with coupon code “RICOHGR3AT“:


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What else is new? (Pentax edition)


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The Ricoh GR III camera is now $100 off (coupon code included)

Autofocusing Pentax, Rokinon, Helios, Yashica, and Takumar lenses on the Nikon Z6 II camera with the Megadap adapter

New Pentax K-3 Mark III product story: exposure control function

Ricoh at the 2021 CP+ online show

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This week SAR readers photos selection


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Howard Yap e1su8fgm tsgeuSmnodnfpoaufinosuo aSlleo oore redfeogr13h:S36e · “Carp Diem” Sony Alpha 9 – 800mm + FE 400mm F2.8 GM + 2X TC. #sonyalphagallery 1) You can submit one single picture per week only. 2) To submit your picture for…

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Getting the Correct Exposure is Essential


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Getting the right exposure is essential to any quality photo. Exposure is the amount of light that is let into the camera which contributes to the photograph that is recorded. A good exposure has the correct amount of light to produce a balanced shot.

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Photo by Giuseppe Milo; ISO 125, f/6.3, 1/100-second exposure.

Light is the key word here. Allowing the correct amount of light in can be tricky, but luckily our cameras have automatic features that measure it. Some cameras allow a manual feature, which means we can manipulate the amount of light that reaches the camera’s

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Princess and Her Castle


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Imagine exploring beautiful sites and creating images that look like they’re straight out of a fairy tale. For photographer TJ Drysdale, this is nothing new. He’s been lucky to be able to travel to various locations around the world and photograph his girlfriend in an epic way. Every photo that he takes has a strong wonderland vibe. This image that he took at Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland is no exception:

“Princess and Her Castle” by TJ Drysdale (Via Reddit. Click image to see full size.)

Straightaway, we can appreciate the gorgeous composition. The colors, the lighting, the

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Dramatic street scenes from stormy New York City


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New York City is one of the most popular cities among photographers for the energy of daily life out in its streets. There’s always something fascinating to capture out there, and I’m sure a lot of us can’t wait for the pandemic to be over so we can see it come back to life. However, […]

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Photography Tips for Cold Weather


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Shooting in cold weather is always challenging. If it’s not the weather alone, the impact it has on photography gear and the lack of contrast can put many photographers off. But winter doesn’t mean that you have to stay indoors. B&H shares these tips to help you along the way:

Dress Appropriately

Whatever you do, don’t wear shorts in cold weather.

Tips for shooting in cold weather

Wear clothing made out of water resistant and moisture-wicking material. These materials are great for keeping you dry for long periods of time. Hats and gloves are imperative, too.

Acclimatize Your Gear

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Photo gear doesn’t handle sudden changes in

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‘I’m Not Going to be Putting This in a Portfolio,’ Bernie Meme Photog Says


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One of the most widely published photos shot during the inauguration of Joe Biden this week doesn’t feature Biden at all, but rather Senator Bernie Sanders sitting in isolation while wearing a big coat and homemade mittens. In case you somehow missed it, the photo has taken on a life of its own as a viral Internet meme.

Freelance photojournalist Brendan Smialowski was documenting the event on Wednesday with his Nikon DSLR and telephoto lens when he captured the independent senator from Vermont sitting with his now-famous posture.

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You can now buy this new Pergear 10mm f/8 pancake E-mount lens on Amazon US/EU


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You can now buy the new Pergear 10mm f/8 pancake E-mount lens at Amazon US, Amazon DE, Amazon UK.

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Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K Report


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This Special Report about the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K camera is compiled from several editions of FDTimes. It is a free, printable, 36-page 11 MB PDF download.

The Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K costs less than $10K. It dares to defy a typical engineering riddle—pick any four of six: quality, resolution, easy data wrangling, size, weight, cost. Incredibly, URSA 12K gives you all six.

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How to Find Your Photographic Style


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Finding your photographic style takes time. It’s a process. You may even think you found it only to discover that your preferences have changed. That’s okay. That’s good. It means that you are growing and evolving on your journey.

I remember the first time that I thought I had found my photographic style. I was so excited! It had an airy-bright, yet film-y look. This was in my early, Lightroom-only days. It was this photo that I thought was a breakthrough:

Here are some other images from that “bright and airy” phase in my life.
I was drawn to the

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