A Very Brief Review of the Leica Q2 & The Perils of LED Lighting


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After using a Leica Q for 3.5 years, I decided to pre-order the eagerly anticipated Q2 in early March 2019. Despite owning a number of cameras over the years, the Leica Q had become my go to camera for its light weight, small size, and high image quality. While I hope to do a full…

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A Very Brief Review of the Leica Q2 & The Perils of LED Lighting


This post is by Allen Murabayashi from PhotoShelter Blog


Click here to view on the original site: Original Post




After using a Leica Q for 3.5 years, I decided to pre-order the eagerly anticipated Q2 in early March 2019. Despite owning a number of cameras over the years, the Leica Q had become my go to camera for its light weight, small size, and high image quality. While I hope to do a full…

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What Should We Expect From the Nikon D760?


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What Should We Expect From the Nikon D760?

The D750 is Nikon’s solid, reliable, entry-level full-frame DSLR, but at almost five years old, it’s due for an update. The D760 is slated for release early next year, but what specifications should we expect when Nikon’s Z series of mirrorless cameras is getting all of the attention and the D850 has set the bar so high?

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Three Things I Appreciate About Fujifilm X Series Cameras


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Three Things I Appreciate About Fujifilm X Series Cameras

Fujifilm, in their eight years producing X Series cameras, have developed a reputation for producing digital cameras with a tactile feel and a few features that no other manufacturers are offering. While they still remain the underdog in terms of market share, their cameras have a loyal user base. In a concept straight up stolen from Alex Cooke’s series (with his blessings, of course), today, I’ll talk about three things I appreciate about Fujifilm’s cameras.

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Two Photographic Tools That Have Made My Job Way Easier


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Two Photographic Tools That Have Made My Job Way Easier

Over the last few years there have been a few pieces of photographic equipment that have either sped up my workflow or turned awkward, finicky techniques into simple and swift processes. But there are two specific tools that have made my life so much easier, especially when used in conjunction with each other.

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Take up to $900 off a Brand New 2018 Apple MacBook Pro


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Take up to $900 off a Brand New 2018 Apple MacBook Pro

Photographers and professionals alike swear by Apple’s MacBook Pro as their mobile solution to get the job done. Apple’s professional tier of computers are known for their ease of use, battery life, and reliability. As such, it’s rare for them to go on sale. Not only are Apple’s MacBook Pros on sale, but everything from the Apple Watch, iPads, to iMacs are on sale now!

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Tilt-Shift Lenses vs Lightroom/Photoshop: In Camera or Fix It in Post?


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Tilt-Shift Lenses vs Lightroom/Photoshop: In Camera or Fix It in Post?

As an architectural photographer, the main types of lenses I use are tilt-shift lenses. These prime lenses are unique in how they operate because they allow you to move the internal elements parallel to the sensor. This can be extremely useful for perspective control and ideal for shooting architecture. The question is, are they vital or just overpriced?

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