Miscellaneous Category Archive - Page 2

Photo Challenges, Week 2

We are continuing the weekly photo challenges so you can practice your photography and editing! As before, there are two challenges: a photography theme challenge and a Raw editing challenge. The challenges come every Friday, and you have until Wednesday to submit your results in the official threads on our...

Introducing Our Weekly Photo Challenges

At Photography Life, we are introducing weekly photo challenges so you can practice your photography and editing! There are two types of challenges: a photography theme challenge and a Raw editing challenge. In the photography theme challenge, we will set a theme each week, and you can submit a photo...

How to Change Camera Lenses Safely

Changing the lens on your camera might seem simple, but there are a number of best-practices that can reduce the risk to your gear, as well as cut down on the amount of dust that gets inside your camera. In this guide to swapping camera lenses, I’ll go step by...

Canon EOS R6 vs Nikon Z6 II: What Should You Get?

Canon EOS R6 vs Nikon Z6 II Specifications Comparison Camera Feature Canon EOS R6 Nikon Z6 II Announced July 2020 October 2020 Camera Type Mirrorless Mirrorless Sensor Type CMOS BSI CMOS Image Processor DIGIC X Dual EXPEED 6 Resolution 20.1 MP 24.5 MP Pixel Dimensions 5472x3648 6048x4024 Sensor Dimensions 36.0...

Announcing the New Photography Life Forum!

Today I am very excited to announce a project that I have been working on for the past few weeks, which will be one of the new pillars of Photography Life. Welcome to our brand-new forum! Yes, the timing of this announcement is not a coincidence - I know that...

Photography Life on DPReview’s Closure

Like most of you, I was stunned this morning to see that Digital Photography Review, the biggest dedicated photography website, is closing their doors after more than two decades of operation. I’m still trying to process the news, but here are a couple of the early things I’d like to say.

Ecuador and Galapagos Photography Workshop

Our planet abounds with many beautiful places. But one of the most stunning - a place with rainforests, mountains, and almost unparalleled biodiversity - is the tropical Andes. It is the mountains around the South American equator that I consider the most beautiful place in the world for photography. In...

Bringing New Life to an Old Camera

Maybe this has happened to you, too: You head out with your camera, ready to take some great photos, only to find that you left your memory card at home or forgot to charge your battery. (If this hasn't happened to you, maybe you're less distracted than I am.) In...

How to Edit Underwater Photos

Post-processing is one of the most important steps of good underwater photography. Water changes a lot about a scene, making it low-contrast and very blue. But with good post-processing, you can correct for the negative effects of the water, and bring back lots of details from seemingly dull underwater images....

Please Welcome Libor Vaicenbacher to the Photography Life Team!

For many months now, we’ve worked with wildlife photographer Libor Vaicenbacher here at Photography Life, and you’ve already seen his weekly news articles and his great work on the Nikon Z9 review. Today I’m happy to welcome him as the first member of the Photography Life team to be working full-time, alongside Spencer and myself!