Month: April 2024

How to Use Split Toning to Make Your Photos Stand Out

The post How to Use Split Toning to Make Your Photos Stand Out appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Pete DeMarco. Have you ever taken a picture and been disappointed because it didn’t capture the moment? Maybe the image technically looked exactly like what you saw, but when viewing the image…

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Should You Upgrade to a Full-Frame Camera? Weigh These Pros and Cons Before You Decide.

The post Should You Upgrade to a Full-Frame Camera? Weigh These Pros and Cons Before You Decide. appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Bruce Wunderlich. Has anyone ever said to you, “That’s a nice photo; you must have an expensive camera”? It’s a common line – and a common source of frustration…

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How to Photography Landscapes in Exotic Places: 5 Practical Tips

The post How to Photography Landscapes in Exotic Places: 5 Practical Tips appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Andrew S. Gibson. Landscape photography is difficult, and even the best landscape shooters can struggle to capture consistently great shots. If you live in a location that lacks spectacular landscapes, or you just…

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7 Great Ideas for Group Photography Events and Projects

The post 7 Great Ideas for Group Photography Events and Projects appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Bond. Photography can be a lonely business, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Of course, some people enjoy the solitude, and that’s okay. However, if you’re a photographer who’d like to…

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The iFootage Cobra 3 Strike Monopod Tries to Improve on Greatness

iFootage announced the Cobra 3 Strike monopod that tries to improve on the company’s already great monopod series by adding the ability to extend and retract it one-handed. [Read More]

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Camera Sales Grew For First Time in 13 Years, But Not for Canon

Camera sales have been on the up for several years now but that was mostly in contrast to how poorly the industry fared during the height of the pandemic. But this time, a research firm in Japan reports that the industry will grow for the first time in over a decade. [Read More]

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How to Create Breathtaking Macro Photos: The Complete Guide

The post How to Create Breathtaking Macro Photos: The Complete Guide appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. Looking to master macro photography so you can capture pro-level shots of flowers, leaves, products, and so much more? While most beginners – and even experienced photographers – struggle to create the…

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7Artisans’ 50mm f/1.8 Prime Is an Affordable Choice for Nikon Z Cameras

Alongside its new 27mm f/2.8 lens for APS-C E-mount cameras, 7Artisans has released its affordable 50mm f/1.8 prime lens for Nikon Z mount. [Read More]

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Fujifilm X100VI Review: Joy Masquerading as a Camera

It is highly unlikely that you have not heard of the Fujifilm X100VI. Similarly, you’ve probably seen some polarizing discourse around it. For some reason, it’s seemingly only appropriate to love this camera or dunk on it. There is no in between. [Read More]

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Is the Insta360 X4 8K Actually Any Good? | The PetaPixel Podcast

The biggest video-centric exhibition took place last week and brought with it a ton of news, including a new dual-lens camera from Insta360 called the X4 8K. There are a lot of conflicting reports on the video quality, though and Jordan Drake has thoughts. [Read More]

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