Godox has killed off its A1 Bluetooth smartphone flash trigger


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The Godox smartphone flash and Bluetooth remote control unit, the Godox A1, has been discontinued. The Godox A1 was released in 2017 to quite some fanfare. It was the first device to really let smartphone users shoot images using the speedlights and strobes they already owned – Well, if you had an iPhone or one […]

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Maxon: here is the October 3D Motion & Design Show lineup


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Maxon: here is the October 3D Motion & Design Show lineupMixing  Cinema 4D with Unreal Engine to create animations, using Cinema 4D in virtual production are some of the talks included in the next series of Maxon’s 3D Motion & Design Show frees series.

The final days of October see the return of a free series of artist-focused streaming shows for 3D and motion graphics artists, part of the 3D Motion & Design Show, from Maxon. Hosted online from October 27-29, 2020, on the Maxon website and YouTube channel, the world’s top motion graphics and VFX artists will showcase 3D techniques and real-world production workflows using Cinema 4D, Redshift and

Maxon: here is the October 3D Motion & Design Show lineup
Maxon: here is the October 3D Motion & Design Show lineup
Maxon: here is the October 3D Motion & Design Show lineup
Maxon: here is the October 3D Motion & Design Show lineup
Maxon: here is the October 3D Motion & Design Show lineup

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How photography changed the fashion industry


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The impacts of photography affect almost everything in the fashion industry — from an exclusive show to a more common one. Just what did photography do to fashion? The start It all started with photography giving everyone access to prestigious fashion shows. Fashion shows are transitioning from magazines to social media, and are now able […]

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FiLMiC Remote for Android: a complete mobile studio experience


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FiLMiC Remote for Android: a complete mobile studio experience Mobile filmmakers using Android have a new tool available to them, thanks to FiLMiC Inc. The company extended FiLMiC Remote to Android OS, turning android devices into wireless controllers or monitors.

For a while now, with FiLMiC Remote it has been possible to turn any iPad or iOS device into a powerful companion application that opens up avenues of creativity that have traditional cost production crews thousands. The latest version, FiLMiC Remote V3 offers powerful wireless control, intuitive focus & exposure tools, and clean video monitoring options to expand the functionality of FiLMiC Pro. The app offers 3 distinct modes:

FiLMiC Remote for Android: a complete mobile studio experience
FiLMiC Remote for Android: a complete mobile studio experience

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Samyang AF 18mm f/2.8 FE review by Opticallimits: “If you are aware of its limitations, it can still be an excellent tool”


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Opticallimits tested the Samyang AF 18mm f/2.8 FE and concluded: The Samyang AF 18mm f/2.8 FE isn’t the silver bullet in its segment but given its size and also price tag this can’t be expected anyway. If you are aware…

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Zacuto Panasonic S5 Cage


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Zacuto has a new cage for the Panasonic LUMIX S5. Zacuto is touting it as being a “no-cage” cage that is lightweight and compact, and compatible with Zacuto’s Arca Swiss ‘ACT Recoil‘. The cage screws into the bottom of the camera with an included ¼ 20″ screw. It also attaches to the sides of the … Continued

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Karst Spring No.350


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Karst Spring, Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada, September 2019. Copyright © Gary Nylander.

Photocentra – taking a look at another photo sharing platform


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The photo-sharing platform Photocentra has been around a few years. A few weeks back, they reached out to me and asked if I could have a look, scout the platform and provide some feedback. They told me that they worked hard to improve the platform in order to reach a wider audience, so I said […]

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New Firmware update for the Sigma MC-11 EF-E adapter


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Sigma issued a new firmware update for the MC-11 adapter: [Benefits of the update] ・It makes the converter compatible with the SIGMA 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM | Contemporary in Canon EF mount, that has the latest firmware Ver.2.03…

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DPReview TV: Best entry-level full frame mirrorless – Nikon Z5 vs. Canon EOS RP


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What’s the best entry-level full frame mirrorless camera? We compare the Nikon Z5 to the Canon EOS RP to find out.

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The upcoming Leica M10-P “Reporter” limited-edition camera will have Kevlar armor


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The upcoming/rumored Leica M10-P “Reporter” limited-edition camera will have Kevlar armor in response to this story from last year. Here are the other details according to Leica Rumors:

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Flowcine xSPINE & GLINK


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Flowcine has announced the xSPINE and the GLINK, two new additions to its family of camera support products. The xSPINE and GLINK have also been made to complement each other and can be used with both Steadicams and gimbals. xSpine The xSPINE vest is being touted as the world’s first universal vest made for any … Continued

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Compositional Keys and Tips in Photography


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The bottom line to any great image is composition, and how creative you are with your compositions will determine your ultimate photography success. Have you ever wondered why the great photographers produce such stunning images? Simple. They use keys that are available to all of us. Learn to use these keys regularly, and your images will show dramatic improvements.

the secret to good composition

Photo by Yongchan Cho; ISO 200, f/8.0, 8-second exposure.

Composition was always a struggle to me until I found that by making small tweaks to my images I produced great results. These are available to everyone and if you’ll

what makes good composition
using lines in photography composition
good composition techniques
depth of field in photography composition

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The Fujifilm GFX 100: Can Medium Format Match the Demands of Wedding Photography?


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The Fujifilm GFX 100: Can Medium Format Match the Demands of Wedding Photography?

When you think of medium format cameras, you do not generally think of them as working fast enough to keep up with the demands of wedding photography, but on the other hand, the Fujifilm GFX 100 is not a normal medium format camera. This great video discusses how well it performs for wedding photography.

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Versatile Reach: A Review of the Sigma 60-600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports Lens


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Versatile Reach: A Review of the Sigma 60-600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports Lens

Though they simply cannot offer the same level of image quality of less extreme lenses, superzoom lenses can often give you quite good image quality with the added convenience of a very wide range of focal lengths all in one device. This great video review takes a look at one such lens, the Sigma 60-600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports.

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Music in Darkness


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Many photographers struggle with taking photos after dark. But for creative minds like that of photographer Nikolay Trebukhin, the same absence of light works as a blank canvas: a canvas where photographers can paint whatever they imagine. Using light painting technique is an awesome way of pushing individual creativity to the next level:

light painting

“Music Non-Stop” by Nikolay Trebukhin (Via Reddit. Click image to see full size.)

Trebukhin shot the image with an Olympus OM-D E-M1 camera and the Panasonic H-F007014E Lumix G Vario 7-14mm f/4 ASPH lens at f/16 and ISO 100, using the live composite mode. Then,

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Impromptu Live Stream


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How to Build Your Brand as a Photographer


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Photographers today have plenty of opportunities to showcase their work, thanks to the Internet. But this brings its own challenges. Since everyone has the same access, how you do stand out? As in other professions, photographers can—and should—brand themselves. But how do you start developing your photography brand? In the following video, photographer Evan Ranft shares his success story on how he grew his photography brand and his online presence:

“You can grow your brand over time to help people understand who you are as an artist. A lot of branding is showcasing the parts of yourself that make you

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Yongnuo just announced a new 35mm f/2 lens for full-frame Sony E mount


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Yongnuo has announced a new YN35mm F2S DF DSM lens for full-frame Sony E Mount cameras. It appears to not just be their existing 35mm f/2 for DSLRs with an extended barrel, either, but a completely new lens design. Whether or not it’s their own design or they’ve “borrowed” somebody else’s, I don’t know, but […]

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Yongnuo just announced a new 35mm f/2 lens for full-frame Sony E mount


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Yongnuo has announced a new YN35mm F2S DF DSM lens for full-frame Sony E Mount cameras. It appears to not just be their existing 35mm f/2 for DSLRs with an extended barrel, either, but a completely new lens design. Whether or not it’s their own design or they’ve “borrowed” somebody else’s, I don’t know, but […]

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