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We have shared a couple of photographer Anton Gorlin's guides with you here at Imaging Resource. You may recall his excellent seascape photography and sunrise photography guides from earlier this year. Gorlin is back with a new guide after six months of work and it is "the definitive guide" for photography composition. The composition guide is separated into eleven sections and covers topic
It took ages to create assets to publish our game on various online services such a Steam, Twitter, Discord, and more. Each one has different specs, so I compiled a complete list and made templates ...
After almost a decade of photographing weddings with Nikon cameras, we decided to trade our D750 cameras for the Sony a7 III. Here are a few thoughts on how the process went and why we feel it was the right decision.We’ve been shooting with Nikon cameras for a long time. Our first Nikon camera was the D700, and over the years we’ve owned everything from the really amazing D3s and D4 to the totall
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VI earned high marks in our recent review and has earned a spot at the top of our Best Cameras for Travel buying guide, thanks to its long zoom and excellent still and video quality. Click through below to see all four of our updated buying guides:Read our updated buying guide: Best Cameras for TravelRead our updated buying guide: Best Cameras for VideoRead our updat
Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect has a new start-to-finish tutorial outlining how to blur the background of your image in Photoshop and add bokeh. It's always preferred to blur the background and get nice bokeh in camera, but it's not always possible in a given situation. Dinda's complete guide to editing and retouching a RAW photo starts in Adobe Camera Raw for exposure, light and colo
Creative Assembly development manager Iain Angus writes in depth about how game devs (especially producers) can become better at decision-making and make better games. ...
It’s becoming harder to get the entire image sharp with the constantly wider lenses and more extreme foregrounds that are used in today’s photography. Even optimal apertures aren’t enough to get both the foreground and background as sharp as desired. That doesn’t mean that it’s impossible, though. Focus stacking for sharper images has become a go-to technique for photographers of all levels to ac
We've already seen robots that are made to help put out fires, but SmokeBot is a little different. Designed by a European consortium led by Sweden's Örebro University, it's intended to perform reconnaissance missions in low-visibility smoke-filled buildings, creating maps that firefighters can follow... Continue Reading SmokeBot sees through smoke to guide firefighters Category: Robotics
We've updated our Best Drones buying guide and there's a new winner (hint: it's made by DJI). Find out which model was our favorite and learn more about all of your choices in our updated guide.Read Best Drones buying guideView all Buying Guides
Photographer Thomas Heaton has a new video covering a wide range of tips and tricks for capturing better landscape photos. Let's get right into it with the first topic, the weather. You've really got to check weather forecasts in advance. While they're not perfect and surely not always accurate, they arm you with information and that's a very powerful tool to have at your disposal


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