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There are many adjustments you can make to your images during post-processing, but there are some things you need to get right during capture. One of these is using a polarizing filter. Its effects are not easily replicated during editing, particularly if you are using a polarizer to reduce reflections in a scene. In last week’s episode of Two Minute Tips with David Bergman, the photograp
As long as there are cameras with different sensor sizes, there will always be discussion among photographers about which sensor size is the best. You often hear about the image quality advantages of a full-frame camera, but does that mean it truly is the best? Are there ever scenarios in which a cropped sensor, such as an APS-C camera, is better? Photographer David Bergman investigates in the la
Whether you are working with natural light or artificial light, reflectors are a very powerful tool. When used correctly, they can act as their own light, which allows you a lighter, more flexible and much less expensive overall kit of gear. In fact, you can get collapsible reflectors which will easily slip away into your camera bag. In the latest episode of Two Minute Tips with David Bergman,
Yuneec has introduced the Mantis Q, a consumer drone with an integrated 4K camera, electronic image stabilization and voice control. The model is designed for both outdoor and indoor use, utilizing down-facing dual sensor alongside infrared detection to navigation inside buildings. Mantis Q includes a controller with a smartphone mount in addition to the voice control.Yuneec Mantis Q is small and
You have a scene, good light and an interesting subject. You capture the shot and all is well. However, when you are looking at your images when you get home, you realize there was a very distracting element in the scene that ruins the photos. How frustrating! The fortunate thing is that you can learn to become more observant and give yourself a better chance to notice distracting background elem
Indie developers discuss what's on their minds in the world of independent game development through a series of 5-minute microtalks. ...
When shooting sports or other fast-paced action, it makes sense to shoot in a burst mode, right? Photographer and educator David Bergman suggests in the latest episode of Adorama's Two Minute Tips that it sometimes makes more sense to shoot in single frames when photographing action. Let's find out why in the video below. Even when using a very fast camera such as the Canon EOS 1DX Mark
Photographer David Bergman's latest entry in Adorama's Two Minute Tips series is all about reflectors. Reflectors are amazing tools for many types of photography, although they are often used in portrait photography. Not only are there different reflector sizes, which can change the way that your image is lit, but they also come in different patterns, shapes and colors. In the video bel
We've seen plenty of videos of photographers capturing portraits during golden hour lighting conditions. It's often not too difficult to get really nice light when the sun is low. However, you don't always have the luxury of shooting during these times. What if you want to capture natural-light portraits during the middle of the day, when the sun is high and the light is harsh? In h
You typically shoot with your lens attached to your camera, right? What happens when you shoot through a lens detached from the camera? In the latest episode of Two Minute Tips with David Bergman, he explores the topic of "freelensing." Using a Canon 5D Mark IV with a Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens, Bergman tries using the lens at different angles detached from the camera. It's similar to a Lensbaby


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