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Click here to see our Nikon Z7 Sample Images Although we've already had hands-on with the new Nikon Z7 full-frame mirrorless camera, as well as posted some real-world images and sample videos, so far everything's been from a pre-production or prototype version of the camera. Well, at last, we've gotten our hands on a final production review unit and now have sample im
Click here to browse our Canon EOS R First Shots After shooting with the new Canon EOS R for a bit out in the real world, we quickly got one back to IR Headquarters and into our testing lab. We now have our standard First Shots series of lab sample images ready for your pixel-peeping and inquisitive eyes! As always, our First Shots series provides a look at a camera's image
Photographer Andrew Marr is on a Tasmania photography adventure with a couple of other photographers, Andrew Dawes and Richard Lefroy. Below, we see the first video from his trip. The trip is focused on landscape and nature photography in particular. The first stop on the trip was Mount Fields National Park, which included a sunset hike to Lady Barron Falls. The location, while very nice, prove
the 2018 drone photography contest has announced 7 winners including 'photo of the year,' a competition which utilizes technology as a new vehicle for photography. The post the best drone photographs of the year: 7 winners and 8 other incredible shots appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
When shooting with a wide-angle lens, one of the sacrifices you make is that it is difficult to attain a shallow depth of field. In some cases, that's no problem. For example, when shooting a landscape shot, more depth of field is almost always a good thing. However, what if you want to shoot portraits with a wide lens. Can you still get a nice blurry background? David Bergman says that you
Tony Northrup is regularly asked by viewers how he is able to capture handheld shots at such slow shutter speeds. For example, it's not uncommon for him to shoot with a telephoto lens at shutter speeds as slow as 1/25 of a second. His shutter speeds are guided by the "rule of doubles," a rule he made up to replace the film-era reciprocal rule. With lenses and cameras featuring better image
We've long appreciated Fujifilm's ability to deliver the goods in the image quality department, both from models sporting their X-Trans sensor as well as from their X-A line using the more traditional Bayer filter sensors. Now they've released the X-T100, which somewhat bridges the gap between the two lines, and brings X-T styling to a lower price point along the way. Of course, for
Click here to see our Pentax K-1 II First Shots Back in 2016, amidst rumors, demands and a long wait, Ricoh's first full-frame DSLR arrived in the Pentax K-1. Sporting a big 36MP CMOS sensor, impressive weather-sealing, unique features and a very competitive price for a flagship full-frame camera, the Pentax K-1 was a solid choice for Pentaxians -- especially for those who di
We all know the importance of light in photography. When specifically doing landscape photography, we often seek rich, dynamic light, be it at sunrise or sunset. What about when the clouds are dense and the light is flat? That's bad, right? It doesn't have to be. Photographer Nigel Danson has made a new video showing you to embrace flat light and improve your photography. The video was
A lot has changed since Galileo first pointed his telescope at some mysterious bright spots around Jupiter in 1610, a seminal moment in astronomy that fundamentally changed our understanding of the universe. Today do we not only have a much clearer view of those four Galilean moons Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, more powerful telescopes and intrepid spacecraft continue to bring more mo


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