Month: January 2020

One of the advantages of full-frame when shooting this scene in the Sierras was the ability to use a tilt/shift lens to control the depth of field. Currently, none of the smaller-sensor systems offers perspective control lenses; lens selection remains a key advantage of full-frame systems.The scene was very high contrast, so I bracketed for
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A new patent uncovered by the folks over at Canon News reveals that Canon hasn’t given up on improving EF-mount lenses, especially those that appeal to high-end sports and wildlife photographers. Canon’s recent admission that the company is more-or-less done making new EF lenses unless the market “demands it” has many professional photographers understandably worried.
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Over 65.2 million people visited New York City in 2019 (according to NYC & Co). This legendary city is heralded as a must-visit destination for tourism photography—whether enjoying a play on Broadway or immersing yourself in the sites of Times Square, photographers have the chance to embrace the arts and culture of the city that
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Almost 5 years after the last Leica M-Monochrom (Typ 246) was announced in 2015, Leica has ditched the “Typ” number, increased the resolution, and expanded the ISO range to unveil the new M10 Monochrom: a camera that promises “an unparalleled black-and-white photography experience.” The Monochrom has always been a niche camera for a niche audience,
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The National Archives is an independent government agency that’s tasked with preserving and documenting government and historical records. An authority on authenticity, it was just caught doctoring photos containing messages critical of President Trump. The Washington Post reports that the Archives has admitted to making multiple alterations to a photo of the 2017 Women’s March
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Last year, when The New York Times digitized millions of their archival photographs, their editors recognized a recurring theme: dogs were everywhere. They appeared in the style pages, but they also cropped up in more unexpected places—like the sports sections and weather reports. For decades, animals—and their relationships with humans—have been a fixture of mainstream
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