Fstoppers Review DxO PhotoLab 4 With DeepPRIME AI and a Host of Compelling Features


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Fstoppers Review DxO PhotoLab 4 With DeepPRIME AI and a Host of Compelling Features

Today, DxO is taking the wraps off their latest update to their PhotoLab series, PhotoLab 4. It’s a major update of its multiple award-winning photo-editing software. This latest version features DxO DeepPRIME, a revolutionary demosaicing and denoising technology based on artificial intelligence and trained with deep learning.

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Does Highlight Tone Priority Have Any Effect When Shooting Raw?


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Does Highlight Tone Priority Have Any Effect When Shooting Raw?

Most modern cameras have the option of highlight tone priority available. It will improve gradation in bright areas of the image. But does that function has any use when you are shooting raw images? Let’s find out.

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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy


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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy

Most gear chatter online tends to center around the endless and ultimately useless debate about which camera bodies are the best on the market and will transform you overnight into a photographic superhero combining the skills of Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, and James Nachtwey into one without ever having to practice or learn your craft. But with all the focus on sensors and capture devices, we often pay far too little attention to each image’s first port of entry: the lens.

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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy


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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy

Most gear chatter online tends to center around the endless and ultimately useless debate about which camera bodies are the best on the market and will transform you overnight into a photographic superhero combining the skills of Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, and James Nachtwey into one without ever having to practice or learn your craft. But with all the focus on sensors and capture devices, we often pay far too little attention to each image’s first port of entry: the lens.

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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy


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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy

Most gear chatter online tends to center around the endless and ultimately useless debate about which camera bodies are the best on the market and will transform you overnight into a photographic superhero combining the skills of Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, and James Nachtwey into one without ever having to practice or learn your craft. But with all the focus on sensors and capture devices, we often pay far too little attention to each image’s first port of entry: the lens.

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How to Blend Multiple Photos in Landscape Photography


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How to Blend Multiple Photos in Landscape Photography

Ever wonder how photographers capture what looks like a single moment in time, but you’re not quite sure how they got it all in one shot? Join me for another day of adventuring in the San Juan mountains to find out.

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How to Blend Multiple Photos in Landscape Photography


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How to Blend Multiple Photos in Landscape Photography

Ever wonder how photographers capture what looks like a single moment in time, but you’re not quite sure how they got it all in one shot? Join me for another day of adventuring in the San Juan mountains to find out.

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A Message for the Haters


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A Message for the Haters

For the last few years, we’ve been a part of the large photography sale with 5DayDeal, and each year we have to deal with the haters and skeptics.

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If You’re a Landscape Photographer, You Should Seriously Consider Shooting Cheaper, Vintage, Manual Film Lenses


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If You’re a Landscape Photographer, You Should Seriously Consider Shooting Cheaper, Vintage, Manual Film Lenses

So you say that you’re a landscape photographer and the appeal of new gear affects you like every other photographer? I’ve got just the suggestion for you.

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If You’re a Landscape Photographer, You Should Seriously Consider Shooting Cheaper, Vintage, Manual Film Lenses


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If You’re a Landscape Photographer, You Should Seriously Consider Shooting Cheaper, Vintage, Manual Film Lenses

So you say that you’re a landscape photographer and the appeal of new gear affects you like every other photographer? I’ve got just the suggestion for you.

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If You’re a Landscape Photographer, You Should Seriously Consider Shooting Cheaper, Vintage, Manual Film Lenses


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If You’re a Landscape Photographer, You Should Seriously Consider Shooting Cheaper, Vintage, Manual Film Lenses

So you say that you’re a landscape photographer and the appeal of new gear affects you like every other photographer? I’ve got just the suggestion for you.

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Five Simple Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography


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Five Simple Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography

There are many tips you can use to improve your landscape photography. Here are five simple ones you can start incorporating right now.

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Five Simple Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography


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Five Simple Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography

There are many tips you can use to improve your landscape photography. Here are five simple ones you can start incorporating right now.

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Five Simple Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography


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Five Simple Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography

There are many tips you can use to improve your landscape photography. Here are five simple ones you can start incorporating right now.

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How Do You Develop Your Own Artistic Style?


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How Do You Develop Your Own Artistic Style?

Artistic style is what separates you from other artists of the same medium. But, how do you develop it?

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Why Don’t All Cameras Have These Five Features?


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Why Don't All Cameras Have These Five Features?

Modern cameras are much more than light-tight boxes for capturing images; they are small but powerful computers that offer an array of capabilities for photographers. Here are five features that every modern camera should have.

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These Sources Will Help You Find the Right Photography Gear


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These Sources Will Help You Find the Right Photography Gear

While there is much discussion about different camera brands, models, and the development of the market, the perfect camera still hasn’t been built. This article will show you where to find information to make your best choice from what’s available.

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If Canon Doesn’t Fix This Huge Problem, Its Mind-Blowing Roadmap for 2021 Will Be Utterly Pointless for Many


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If Canon Doesn't Fix This Huge Problem, Its Mind-Blowing Roadmap for 2021 Will Be Utterly Pointless for Many

Have you seen what’s on the horizon for Canon in 2021? Wow. After a number of comparatively lackluster years, Canon roared back to life in 2020 with the announcement of a few new cameras and a bunch of new lenses. However, there’s a glaring issue that needs to be urgently addressed or it will all be rather meaningless.

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Is Canon’s New Camera Nothing More Than a Firmware Upgrade?


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Is Canon's New Camera Nothing More Than a Firmware Upgrade?

Canon’s big announcement this week was the brand new EOS M50 Mark II, an upgrade to the insanely popular M50 that was released in 2018. But how “brand new” is it, and does it qualify as an upgrade if all of the new features could easily have been delivered through a firmware update?

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The Truth About the Exposure Triangle, and Should You Use It?


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The Truth About the Exposure Triangle, and Should You Use It?

Making the relation between aperture, shutter speed, and ISO visible is the idea behind the exposure triangle. I have seen many beautiful drawings of the exposure triangle, but what does this diagram really show? Let’s find out.

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