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    FStoppers Shutterstock Announces Unlimited Music Subscription and New Features

    Shutterstock, who are already providing content creators with royalty-free music, are announcing an unlimited music subscription and a few other new features to make it easier for creators to find the right type of music for their project. [ Read More ] Continue reading...
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    FStoppers Sony Updates RX10 IV With Real-time Eye AF for Animals

    The Sony RX10 IV bridge camera was released in October 2017 and features a 24-600mm equivalent lens with the capability of shooting up to 24 frames per second with autofocus. Pairing those kind of specs with Sony’s newer Real-time Eye AF for Animals tech makes perfect sense, and now it’s here...
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    LR Tips Lightroom in 60-Seconds: How to Quickly Change Your Canvas Background Color

    It’s Tuesday, and here’s a quick Lightroom tip for ya — it’s how to change that color that appears behind your images when you’re editing them in the Develop Module. There ya go — short and sweet! Have a great Tuesday, everybody! -Scott The post Lightroom in 60-Seconds: How to Quickly...
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    FStoppers Naomi Campbell's Recent Cover Is Shockingly Her First Ever Mainstream Fashion Shoot With Black Photographer

    Thirty three and a half years as one of the most successful models on the planet and Naomi Campbell has only just completed a mainstream fashion shoot with a black photographer for the first time. [ Read More ] Continue reading...
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    FStoppers Tips for Better Time Management and Decision-Making in Landscape Photography

    Landscape photography is a strange genre when it comes to time management, and it can lead to some difficult decisions when it comes to committing to a location or moving on to somewhere else. This great video discusses some helpful tips for improving your time management and decision-making in...
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    PetaPixel Photographing an Entire Wedding at ISO 5000 After Dark

    In this video, wedding photographer Taylor Jackson takes you behind the scenes on one of the most stressful and challenging wedding photography scenarios you’re likely to run into: shooting an entire wedding after dark, using ambient light. There was a time when shooting a wedding at ISO 5000...
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    FStoppers Shooting an Entire Wedding After Dark

    Wedding photography is a difficult enough genre without any extra challenges thrown in the mix, but can you imagine having to shoot a wedding after dark with no flash to help? This interesting video follows a photographer as he tackles that exact challenge and contains some helpful tips in case...
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    PetaPixel This Guy Hacked Together a DIY Cable Release for His Point-and-Shoot

    There are any number of ways to trigger a digital camera remotely: from IR remotes to smartphone apps. But if you’re a bit more old fashioned, then Instructables user Steloherd has hacked together something you might like even better. Not satisfied with the USB cable release available for his...
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    FStoppers Newlywed Bride and Groom Soaked After Being Hit by Huge Wave During Honeymoon Shoot

    Most couples probably expect to be swept off their feet on their wedding day, but for one couple, it became literal, when a rogue wave hit them. In a now-viral post, their wedding photographer caught the moment the water came crashing into them. [ Read More ] Continue reading...
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    PetaPixel ‘Diveroid’ is an All-in-One Solution for Underwater Smartphone Photographers

    If you’re an underwater photography enthusiast—or simply a diver who would like to take more photos—there’s a new product you should probably check out. It’s called ‘Diveroid,’ and it’s an all-in-one housing, dive computer and logbook for underwater smartphone photographers. Launched earlier...
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    FStoppers How to Manage Your Gear Acquisition Syndrome This Black Friday

    Gear Acquisition Syndrome (GAS) is something photographers deal with all the time: that feeling you get by purchasing something that you think might be the one tool you need to really upgrade your work. Here are some ways to manage these impulses and stop you from buying unnecessary gear. [...
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    PetaPixel How to Get Great-Looking Skin Tones in Lightroom

    Ryan Breitkreutz over at Signature Edits has created a useful tutorial that dives into one of the most critical aspects of portrait photography: skin tones. In this 30-minute video, he shares some his personal tips and techniques for capturing natural-looking skin tones, first in-camera, and...
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    FStoppers The Best Images from GuruShots "Amazing Men" Challenge

    GuruShots is a website that hosts, "The World’s Greatest Photo Game,” in which it invites participants to submit their best photos to various challenges. They have receive thousands of entries and millions of votes and recently hosted the "Amazing Men" challenge. Check out the three winners of...
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    FStoppers Fujifilm X-Pro 3: A Personal Review of a Personal Camera

    There is no getting away from it: Fujifilm's decision to implement a “hidden LCD” on their brand new Fujifilm X-Pro3 camera was always going make this a divisive camera. The question is: has Fujifilm created such a niche camera as to make it unusable? After using the camera extensively for the...
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    PetaPixel Meyer Optik is Back: New Trioplan 100 f/2.8 II Coming This Month, More to Follow

    Meyer Optik Görlitz is coming back from the dead… again. After an embarrassing and very public fall-from grace in 2018, the lens manufacturer, now owned by OPC Optics, is ready to begin re-releasing lenses that it promises are not just re-branded Chinese knockoffs at astronomic markups. The...
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    PetaPixel Beautiful Behind the Scenes Film Shows the Making of the Leica M10

    This beautifully-shot film from 2017 has been making the rounds again this morning, showing the making/assembly of the Leica M10. And like all “making of” videos that take us inside a camera or lens factory, it offers a mesmerizing look at the attention to detail that goes into assembling each...
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    FStoppers Giveaway: X-Pro3 Camera (Black) and a XF 16mm f2.8 Lens - $2,199 Value

    Just in time for the Holidays, Fujifilm is teaming up with Fstoppers for another camera giveaway. This time we're offering the brand new X-Pro3 mirrorless camera and a XF 16mm f2.8 lens, a combined value of $2,199. [ Read More ] Continue reading...
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    FStoppers Wedding Photographer Poses Couple in Front Of Kincade Fire, Surrealism Glows

    Weddings are busy and stressful, but careful planning usually minimizes hiccups. Unfortunately, for a recently married Southern California couple, Mother Nature had her own plans. [ Read More ] Continue reading...
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    PetaPixel Photographer Knocked Unconscious at College Football Game

    A photographer was knocked unconscious at a college football game this past weekend after a player slammed into her as she shot from the sidelines. The scary incident was captured on national TV. Georgia Bulldogs photographer Chamberlain Smith was covering the Saturday game between Georgia and...
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    PetaPixel Street Photography 101: Shooting from the Hip

    In this article, I’m going to share my basics of shooting from the hip, a fun way to get candid, up-close street photos. We’ll cover camera settings, what to look for, and other techniques along the way. Let’s get into it! Why Shoot From the Hip? Shooting from the hip isn’t easy, but it can...