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While you can get amazing and natural-looking results using artificial lights outdoors, sometimes it's best to keep it simple and shoot just with natural light. That's exactly what Jessica Kobeissi does it in her latest video with model Sonya Esman. It's a fun shoot in Los Angeles in which Jessica uses a Canon 5D Mark III with her trusty 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. If you'd like to see
Back in 2016, Aurora Aperture took its first foray into the photography filter world with the launch of its PowerXND 2000 variable neutral density (ND) filter. Now, it's back at it again on Kickstarter with the launch of a pair of updated PowerXND Mark II filters.Unlike its first filter, the PowerXND Mark II comes in two varieties: the PowerXND-II 128, which covers one to seven stops of light, an
Click here to see our Canon 5D Mark IV Video Features & Analysis When the Canon 5D Mark IV debuted a couple years ago, it was not met with particular applause. Quite the opposite actually, with fans uttering a collective "meh" at the DSLR, especially at its video capabilities. With the expectation of it being more like the Canon 1DX II, which has some truly excellent features
IntroductionBack on May 7, we published our review of the Pentax K-1 Mark II. For our studio scene analysis we used the SMC Pentax-D FA 50mm F2.8 Macro lens, rather than the SMC Pentax-FA 77mm F1.8 Limited that we'd used for the original K-1 review. This isn't ideal (we try to shoot our studio scene as close to 85mm as we can, on full-frame bodies) but we did this because after some comparison te
In 2009, Really Right Stuff launched their first carbon fiber tripod and after many different sizes and versions of their popular product, the company has announced their new Mark 2 tripods, a big step forward for their carbon fiber camera support in many ways. The Mark 2 tripod line is the result of years of development and a lot of feedback from customers. The new tripod line may look very si
Click here to read our Canon 6D Mark II Video Features & Analysis At or around the $2,000 level can get you one heck of camera these days, usually offering loads of performance and top-notch quality for both still photographers and videographers, alike. Canon's long-anticipated 6D Mark II arrived some five years after the original, and while this sub-$2,000 full-frame DSL
Mark Lee of architecture firm Johnston Marklee has been appointed as the chair of the architecture department at Harvard University's graduate design school. Read more
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Canadian startup Taiga is on a mission to make the thrill of exploring the great outdoors more sustainable. To that end, it launched the TS2 at the weekend – an all-electric snowmobile that can zoom from standing still to 100 km/h in 3 seconds...Continue Reading Quick off the mark electric snowmobile quietly cuts through deep powderCategory: OutdoorsTags: Electric Vehicles Snow
Hands-on with the Pentax K-1 Mark II and D FA* 50mm F1.4Although the changes separating the K-1 Mark II from its predecessor are small in number, the new model occupies a big chunk of the Ricoh-Pentax booth at this year's CP+ show in Japan. We were able not only to get our hands on the camera, but also the company's upcoming D FA* 50mm F1.4 SDM AW that we'd only previously seen behind glass.And t


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