5 Posing Tips for Portraits of People with ‘Challenging’ Facial Features

Want to get better at posing your subjects when shooting portraits? Here’s a 12-minute video tutorial in which well-known wedding and portrait photographer Jerry Ghionis shares 5 corrective posing tips, explaining how to pose your clients so they always look good. When shooting portraits, your subjects may often have facial features they’re insecure about, and …

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Leatherworker Wants Photographers to Actually Enjoy Carrying a Camera

What started out as a small crowdfunding campaign has grown into a passion for helping photographers feel comfortable. Clever Supply Company, founded by former wedding photographer Todd Balsley, produces straps that he hopes allows photographers to actually enjoy carrying a camera. Balsley spent six years as a professional wedding photographer starting in 2010 and as …

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Funleader Launches M-Mount Version of its 18mm f/8 Cap Lens

Funleader has announced an updated version of its Caplens 18mm f/8 for M-Mount that it claims has been adjusted to make for a better user experience in street and landscape photography, specifically on Leica rangefinders. This new version is available in M-Mount, but Funleader also makes L-mount, Sony NEX, Canon RF, and Fujifilm X adapters …

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MIT Engineers Create Camera Lens That Focuses With No Moving Parts

Using physical glass elements for camera lenses has been at the core of imaging technology for centuries, but MIT engineers have now fabricated a new “metalens” that can focus on objects at multiple depths without changing its physical position or shape. This new lens is not made out of solid glass, but transparent “phase-changing” material …

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