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Canon Announces 24.1 MP EOS M50 Mark II Mirrorless Camera

Canon has announced the successor to the “#1 selling mirrorless camera in the United States,” the EOS M50 Mark II mirrorless camera. Featuring a familiar 24.1 megapixel APS-C sized sensor, the M50 Mark II adds a few new tricks like improved autofocus, vertical video support, and live stream support. According to Canon, the EOS M50 …

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This Kit Makes Multi-Object Motion Control and Capture Easy

You’ve probably seen elaborate scenes in commercials where the camera will be moving forward while light changes and a hamburger comes flying together, right? Usually, these moves are very complicated, but this company wants to make it simple with a connected and modular smart system. Called RGKit, the idea is simple: Using a series of …

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iPhone 12 Pro Max Gets Larger Sensor, IBIS, and Apple ProRAW

Apple has announced the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro Max smartphones that feature a three-camera lens array (wide-angle, ultra-wide angle, and telephoto) and improved Night Mode. The Pro Max gets even greater capture support with a 47% larger sensor, IBIS, and can edit and capture in Dolby Vision. The iPhone 12 Pro and Pro …

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iPhone 12 and 12 Mini Bring Night Mode to All Three Cameras

Apple today announced the iPhone 12 and 12 mini, the company’s latest iPhones that promise greater photo and video performance. With a new 7 element lens, Apple promises the new iPhone 12 and 12 mini to see a 27% improvement in low light performance. Apple combines computational photography with physical changes to the iPhone 12 …

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Creating a ‘Time-Blend’ to Enhance the Drama in Your Landscape Photography

In my last article, I wrote in depth about my emotional connection to the subjects that I photograph and my artistic process in creating imagery. As I said before, to me photography is much more than capturing a single moment in time. I want to portray the sensory experiences that I have when I am …

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Samsung Unveils Affordable Lineup of ‘Rugged’ SD Cards for Creators

When it comes to ‘rugged’ SD cards that can withstand drops and water and x-rays, Sony’s Tough cards haven’t really had any competition… until now. Samsung has just unveiled two new lineups of SD cards that bring some of the same adventure-proof benefits to a more affordable price point. The two new SD card lines …

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10 Tips for Photographing Little Mushrooms in the Forest

As I am a professional photographer and known mainly for my images with wide angle lenses, here is something new. It’s been raining here for weeks already—not the greatest conditions for landscape photography—so I took out my macro lens to photograph some mushrooms in the forest. The great thing about this is that you can …

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21 Settings, Techniques and Rules All New Camera Owners Should Know

The post 21 Settings, Techniques and Rules All New Camera Owners Should Know appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Darren Rowse. In this article, we’re going to share 21 photography settings, techniques, and rules you should know as a beginner photographer. Some are very basic while others go a little deeper, …

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Four Composition Techniques to Try for Better Landscape Photos

If you’re interested in photographing landscapes, you should know there are multiple ways to make your images more interesting – some that only require a bit of imagination. In this 26-minute video, Canadian film photographer Kyle McDougall covers four techniques he uses to make his landscape images better. The first in a two-part series, McDougall …

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