One of the big releases from Apple last year was the iPad Pro 2018 that comes with an insanely fast A12X Bionic chip that is capable of outperforming even some of Apple’s own laptops in performance. With up to to 1 TB of storage, a USB Type-C port that allows…
If you have not had a chance to see my iPhone X review, I recommend that you start there first. This post is a continuation of my thoughts on the photography market, computational photography and the use of artificial intelligence in photography. It is not a review of the iPhone…
5 years ago my wife and I travelled to Namibia. Like many others I marvelled at the beauty of - and photographed - the Sossusvlei sand dunes. Simple shapes set against an impossibly blue sky.
Amazon is known for its great "Deal of the Day" prices, and today's are particularly impressive for photographers buying a memory card. Specifically - a 128GB SD card from PNY (a brand we recommend) is selling for a diminutive $16, among other sales on SD, Micro SD, and flash drives.
As photographers, it’s easy to get in our own heads and overthink which aperture to use. On one hand, there’s the classic saying - “f/8 and be there.” On the other, modern lens reviews almost always conclude that the sharpest aperture is around f/4 or f/5.6.
100 MP for $10K. That’s some serious green for a very serious camera. Being Fuji’s third medium format camera, the GFX 100 has a lot going for it. A high-resolution 100 MP sensor, the first of its kind IBIS (for medium format), pro-grade build and a fresh design approach. I…
There are many ways to select an area of an image. In this article, we will take a detailed look at what luminosity masks are, how to create them and how to use them effectively in Photoshop.
Camera manufacturers have gone all-in on the idea of lightweight cameras. That’s almost entirely how mirrorless got its start, and it remains a major reason why photographers switch from their bulky DSLRs today. So, why haven’t lighter lenses caught on, too?
Several years ago National Geographic photographer Catherine Karnow said, “Myanmar is the most photogenic place that I have ever photographed.”
Sooner or later, every photographer runs into their camera’s dreaded low battery warning. The eighth law of photography states that the charge left on your battery decreases as the scene in front of you grows more interesting. But never fear - that’s where the tips in this article come in.