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How, Why, and When to Use Polarizing Filters

The post How, Why, and When to Use Polarizing Filters appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan. Polarizing filters are one of the most useful accessories a photographer can own. They are small, inexpensive, and make a significant impact on your photos. Post-processing allows you to make many alterations to …

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Sony Unveils the Ultra-Compact Sony a7C Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera

As promised, Sony unveiled a new full-frame mirrorless camera via livestream this evening. But while this was originally rumored to be a compact entry-level model that would sit below the popular Sony a7 III, the new Sony a7C may be more of a step sideways than a true budget option. In brief, the Sony a7C …

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Canon Unveils the PowerShot Zoom, A Strange Monocular Camera

With the compact camera market decimated by smartphones, Canon is getting creative with its latest product. Called the PowerShot Zoom, it’s an unusual-looking pocket-sized camera that resembles a monocular. The PowerShot Zoom is designed to be operated with just one hand and weighs 5.1 ounces (145g). Inside is a 12.1-megapixel 1/3-inch CMOS sensor and a …

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This $3,300 Chair Lets You Edit Photos While Looking Like a Supervillain

If you’ve always dreamed of editing your photos while looking like a supervillain, look no further than the Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit. It’s a $3,300 chair that looks and moves like a scorpion. Sitting above eight creature-like legs, the Scorpion features an extending tail that serves as overhead support for your displays. You can use …

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Kolari Vision Unveils High-End Drop-In Filters for Canon’s RF-to-EF Adapter

Kolari Vision has just unveiled a line-up of high-end, ultra-rugged drop-in filters for Canon’s special EF-to-RF mount adapter with a built-in filter slot. According to Kolari, not only are these the first third-party drop-in filters actually shipping to consumers, they’re also some of the most durable and high-quality filters money can buy. While Kolari is …

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Samyang Unveils ‘Tiny Series’ AF 35mm f/1.8 Lens for Sony E-Mount

Sayang/Rokinon this morning unveiled the third lens in its “Tiny Series” of compact autofocus primes for the Sony E-Mount. Following in the footsteps of the 45mm f/1.8 and 75mm f/1.8, the company released a $400 AF 35mm f/1.8. The new Samyang AF 35mm f/1.8 is meant to be a compact, affordable alternative for Sony full-frame …

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5 Tips for Setting the Focus in Your Landscape Photography

The post 5 Tips for Setting the Focus in Your Landscape Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jim Hamel. For many types of photography, the question of where you should set your focus is pretty simple. For example, in portrait photography, there is one simple rule: focus on the eyes. …

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