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B&H certainly knows a thing or two about cameras, being one of the largest camera retailers out there, and that means they also know a lot about how people use their cameras. B&H has outlined seven common ways people incorrectly use their cameras in the video below. Are you guilty of any these mistakes? The first one is a mistake I used to make and see many photographers make, holding t
Portrait and fashion photographer Irene Rudnyk has been shooting a lot more with film recently. This has prompted numerous viewers to ask questions about the process and how film compares with digital. When digital cameras are so good and it's not necessarily difficult to give a digital file a "film" look, why opt for the more expensive, more convoluted process of shooting with film? For Ru
Profiles have been a part of Adobe editing software for a long time, although they haven't always been easy to find. Now, with the latest updates to Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom, profiles have a more prominent role in the software. Blake Rudis of f64 Academy takes a look at profiles in his latest video, seen below, and shows off how powerful profiles can be. Being able to craft your own p
Photographer Andrew Marr is in Augusta, Australia and has been trying his hand at photographing the Leeuwin Lighthouse. The situation offered Marr the opportunity to work on utilizing foreground elements to frame his subject and feature leading lines. In the video below, Marr is shooting with a Fujifilm X-T2 and XF 10-24mm lens. His objective, given the weather and the foreground, is to capture
To help create a community of X and GFX photographers, Fujifilm has announced the launch of a new website, Fujifilm X/GFX, and an accompanying app for iOS and Android users. The new website not only includes an interesting "gear chooser" feature, which allows you to explore the available cameras, lenses and accessories, but some very interesting long-form articles from Fujifilm X photographers.
Many of us have heard of the term "portrait prime" to describe a fast lens. Photographers often reach for f/1.4, f/1.8 and f/2 lenses when shooting portraits to capture images with shallow depth of field and dreamy backgrounds. Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles often opts for a stopped down aperture instead, which is an unusual choice. Let's learn more about why this is in Quiles' latest video f
Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles is back with another video for Adorama's The Breakdown video series. This time, the professional portrait photographer is tackling the topic of reflectors and how to use them for headshots. Reflectors are a great, easy-to-use and inexpensive tool for photography. You can use them to bounce natural light or even to better shape artificial light. While they're e
If you use Adobe Photoshop, you likely know how powerful the software is. You probably also know that there are so many different ways you can use the software. With so much flexibility comes numerous opportunities to add new tricks to your Photoshop repertoire. Photographer and educator Blake Rudis of f64 Academy is certainly a Photoshop expert, but even he regularly picks up new skills along
There are certain lenses which are staples of many professional photographers' kits. Alongside the 70-200mm f/2.8 zoom, which nearly all manufacturers produce, there's also the 24-70mm f/2.8 zoom. The 24-70mm f/2.8 is great for landscape photographers, street shooters, event photographers, portrait photographers and much more. It's a versatile lens. Personally, there's no lens I&#
Photographer Steve O'Nions found a derelict slate works building in a remote area in Wales and the scene immediately struck him as a viable candidate for shooting with a pinhole camera. That's exactly what O'Nions did. He used a Zero Image 2000 pinhole camera with Fomapan 100 classic film. Let's join him behind the scenes. It's a lovely area where O'Nions is shooting. It

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