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Digital Photography Review 04/24/2019 10:58
If you would describe yourself as a creative type and are into personality tests this fun little self-test that has been released by Adobe might just be what you needed to keep procrastinating for a little longer. In the Creative Types test you have to answer a series of slightly abstract questions in order to find out — you guessed it — what kind of creative type you are. The 15 questions are binary and definitely a little quirky, for example 'I tend to see life through the lens of systems or stories?' or 'Are you a ruler or a spring?' Nevertheless your answers are used to compute a result which is one of eight creative types: the Artist, the Thinker, the Adventurer, the Maker, the Producer, the Dreamer, the Innovator, and the Visionary. I.
Digital Photography Review 04/24/2019 10:15
As powerful as iPads have become over the past few years, one of the most limiting factors of the device is its operating system. Apple has incrementally updated iOS, but overall has left much to be desired from the creative world, most notably in the area of storage. That might just change, however, according to the latest reports from 9to5Mac . At its World Wide Developer's Conference ( WWDC19 ) in June, Apple is expected to announce iOS 13, which 9to5Mac says will finally include the ability for third-party applications, such as Adobe Lightroom CC and Affinity Photo, to import photos directly from external storage. Until now, it was only possible to import photos into Lightroom CC after the photos had been imported to the iOS Camera Roll.
Digital Photography Review 04/24/2019 09:51
ON1 Photo RAW may not be as well-known compared to the other major brands in the photo editing software space, but that doesn’t mean it should be discounted. It’s the only service that can transfer and displays Lightroom-edited photos in Photo RAW. The software package boasts hundreds of built-in filters, LUTs and presets. It also supports layer masks for creating composite images. ON1 is offering up a free update of its service with ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5, scheduled to be released mid-May. As a standalone product with photo organizing and editing features, ON1 Photo RAW boasts the tools that photographers use the most in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom and places them in one program. For users who don’t wish to fully convert, ON1 Photo RAW 201.
Digital Photography Review 04/24/2019 09:00
Whether you've bought an inexpensive Fujifilm X-A5 with a kit lens, or a higher-end body like the X-T3, at some point you're going to want some new glass. Whether you're shooting portraits or want a versatile travel zoom, we've got you covered. Before we go on, keep in mind that these lenses are for X-series cameras only. Fujifilm's GFX medium format bodies use a different mount, which we're not covering in this buying guide. For each of the categories below the winner was the lens which we found to offer the best combination of quality and value. In most cases, we've also provided a more budget-friendly option, as well as a choice for those with more to spend. Best kit lens replacement. Best prime / single focal length lens (all-around). Bes.
Digital Photography Review 04/23/2019 14:18
Nikon has announced the COOLPIX W150, a colorful and rugged point-and-shoot digital camera that's shockproof from drops up to 1.8m (5.9ft), waterproof down to 10m (33ft), dustproof and coldproof down to -10C (14F). The new model features a 13-megapixel sensor and a 3x optical zoom NIKKOR lens, Target Finding AF, multiple scene modes and support for recording Full HD videos with stereo audio. Nikon has positioned the W150 as a digital camera suitable for both adults and children; the camera maker utilized a modified user interface that is simple enough for first-time users to navigate. The camera supports SnapBridge for automatically transferring images from the camera to an Android or iOS device. The W150 includes a few unique scene modes,
Digital Photography Review 04/22/2019 15:53
CareerCast has published its 2018 Jobs Rated Report , which provides a 'general snapshot' of 220 careers based on certain 'key criteria,' including stress levels, work environment, growth outlook, and income. The report lists the best and worst careers of 2018 based on these factors; included in the 'worst' category is photography. The career of 'photographer' is listed as #25 among CareerCast's ranking of 2018's worst careers , falling behind other roles like 'enlisted military personnel,' 'newspaper reporter,' and 'disc jockey.' Factors that negatively influence career ranking include high stress levels, danger, low pay, and poor outlook. As far as photography goes, CareerCast noted an annual median wage of $34,000 for photographers worki.
Digital Photography Review 04/22/2019 10:00
Colonel Terry Virts (ret.) is a U.S. Air Force pilot and NASA veteran of two spaceflights – a two-week mission onboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour in 2010 and a 200-day flight to the Space Station in 2014-2015. His seven months in space included piloting the Space Shuttle, commanding the International Space Station, three spacewalks, and performing scientific experiments. While in space he took more than 319,000 photos – the most of any space mission. Virts’ book, View From Above , combines some of his best photography with stories about spaceflight and perspectives about life on Earth and our place in the cosmos. His images are also an integral component of the IMAX film A Beautiful Planet , which Virts helped film and in which he appears.
Digital Photography Review 04/22/2019 09:00
Frans Lanting, pictured at DPReview's offices in Seattle. Frans Lanting is one of the most recognizable names in photography. With his wife Christine Eckstrom he's created some of the most popular and ambitious photo books of the last 30 years. Known for his distinctive approach to wildlife photography, Lanting has inspired generations of photographers and ecologists with his photography and his environmental advocacy. Fresh from teaching a Creative Live workshop on bird photography, Frans dropped by the DPReview office recently to talk about his life and career. Before photography, what was your background? I was an earthworm, crawling around looking for light! I'm from the Netherlands and I was an environmental economist before I was a ph.
Digital Photography Review 04/21/2019 09:00
A slice of meteorite, sandwiched between two linear polarizers. Neil Buckland is obsessed with detail. For more than fifteen years, the Seattle-based photographer has been doing stitched landscape photography composed of dozens of images, captured on everything from Micro Four Thirds cameras all the way up to medium format. These days, he's become enamored with a new type of landscape - one that is very, very small. It also happen to come from space. "I've always been fascinated with abstract photography of ordinary things," Buckland says. "There's beauty everywhere, and I especially love using macro lenses to reveal more detail than I can see with my eyes - an extension of seeing more detail is capturing more resolution, more clarity, more.
Digital Photography Review 04/21/2019 08:00
'The best camera is the one you you have with you'. I think Ghandi said that. It's not true, of course - the best camera is the Pentax MX and unlike Ghandi I'll fight anyone who says different. What is true – and what the author of that aphorism meant – is that the best camera in the world is of no use whatever if you leave it at home. Like many photo obsessives, I carry a camera with me at almost all times, even if it's just the 12MP camera on my phone. The cameras I tend to reach for when I leave the house now are a far cry from the gear I used to shoot with professionally. Gone are the days of carrying two Nikon D3S bodies and a brace of F2.8 zooms on my back, and my back is happier for it. I'm much more likely to throw a Fujifilm X100F
Digital Photography Review 04/20/2019 08:00
Brian Ach is an editorial and commercial photographer. As photographers, most of our focus is on capturing images—finding good material and getting shots with all the gear we’ve spent so much time and money accumulating—but what happens next? For a lot of us, we download the images to a computer and edit a handful that catch our eye, and then… well, there are more photo shoots to pursue. Maybe we’ll apply some keywords, perhaps mark a few favorites, but too often the photos we worked so hard to create are just dumped onto a hard disk and forgotten. We know we should do better, but who has the time? Professional photographers, that’s who. To learn how a pro handles this process, I talked to Brian Ach , who frequently photographs celebrity po.
Digital Photography Review 04/19/2019 14:58
Instagram boasts one billion active monthly users. One is its defining features is the ability to like posts. Recent studies indicate that addiction to social media , and the number of likes received on content, is akin to drug use. Instagram is currently working on a prototype design that will conceal the number of likes on posts. Likes will only be visible to the person who made the post. This testing in design change was discovered by Jane Manchun Wong , a prominent reverse-engineering expert who has uncovered many of Instagram's planned features before they were announced or launched. Wong spotted the tweaks in the Instagram Android code base and has generated the following screenshots:. Instagram is testing hiding like count from audien.
Digital Photography Review 04/19/2019 14:05
Leica is facing backlash in China following the publication of a video called 'The Hunt' set in 1989 during, among other things, the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests. In response to the video, Chinese social media website Weibo has banned the use of the word 'Leica' -- attempts to search for content in English and Chinese using that keyword returns zero results. 'The Hunt' is a fictionalized video that primarily follows a Western photojournalist who attempts to capture the Tiananmen Square protests using a Leica camera 1 . Though the video never explicitly mentions the protests, it features the text 'Beijing, 1989,' and concludes with the iconic ' Tank Man ' image as a reflection in a Leica camera's lens. The video went viral on soci.
Digital Photography Review 04/18/2019 15:27
Fujifilm has released a firmware update for its midrange X-T30 mirrorless camera. It aims to reduce the likelihood of accidentally pressing the Q.Menu button which, as we pointed out in our review , is one of the most frustrating things about an otherwise-great camera. Fujifilm says that the update makes the button slower to reaction to being pressed, thereby reducing the likelihood of accidentally opening the Q.Menu. An additional update coming in June will allow you to redefine the function of the Q.Menu button, or disable it entirely. We've installed the new firmware on our X-T30 to see how well it works at reducing accidental button-pressing, and will update our review as needed.
Digital Photography Review 04/18/2019 14:10
On April 18, Canon released firmware version 1.2.0 for its EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera, adding eye-detection AF and small AF frame size support for Servo AF when shooting still images. In addition, both AF options are available while shooting videos regardless of the camera's Movie Servo AF setting, according to Canon. As with the version 1.1.0 firmware update released in February , the new 1.2.0 update is fairly small. Joining the new AF support are fixes for the following bugs: incorrectly displayed electronic level in the EVF, improperly rotated info displayed in the EVF, and an issue with updating the WFT-E7 firmware. The version 1.2.0 update is available to download from Canon's Support website. The full changelog is below:. Firm.
Digital Photography Review 04/18/2019 13:26
For the first time in its history, the World Press Photo Foundation disinvited a photographer from its awards ceremony. The organization announced its decision to withdraw photojournalist Andrew Quilty 's invitation following allegations of 'inappropriate behavior,' according to the Columbia Journalism Review ( CJR ) . According to CJR , World Press Photo Foundation managing director Lars Boering confirmed Quilty was disinvited from the awards ceremony held in Amsterdam earlier this month after the foundation received 'reports of inappropriate behavior' made against the photographer. Details about the allegations haven't been made public, however. Boering shared a statement with CJR, which states, in part:. Our protocol is that when we learn.
Digital Photography Review 04/18/2019 11:40
2019 Sony World Photography Award Winners Announced. The 12th annual Sony World Photography Awards received a record-breaking 326,997 entries, submitted from 195 countries and territories, across ten categories. The World Photography Organization, who partners with Sony on one of the largest and most prestigious photography competitions in the world, announced the winners in an awards ceremony held at the Somerset House in London. Bologna-based Italian artist Federico Borello won the coveted Photographer of the Year title for his series Five Degrees . The thought-provoking collection explores the plight of male suicide in the Southern India farming community of Tamil Nadu. The region experienced its worst drought in 140 years during 2016-201.
Digital Photography Review 04/18/2019 09:00
Modern architecture abounds in Palm Springs, mid-century and otherwise. Olympus Pen F ISO 200 | 1/1600 sec | F6.3 | Olympus M.Zuiko 12mm F2.0. On the topic of "When will smartphones make most dedicated cameras obsolete?" I tend to be in the "We're pretty much there already" camp. In my own day-to-day photography, and even for some special occasions where I expect to take more than a few photos, I'll stick with my smartphone rather than bringing along a dedicated camera. That wasn't the case on a recent trip to Palm Springs. I shot with both the Pixel 3 and a Micro Four Thirds camera (the Olympus Pen F, specifically). Here's where each of them shine, and why I'm glad I had a dedicated camera at my side. My photographic priority in Palm Spring.
Digital Photography Review 04/18/2019 08:00
We've already looked at the role played by pixel size and the benefits of a larger sensor . But, before you rush out to buy the camera with the biggest sensor you can, it's worth bearing in mind that you won't always see its full advantage. Key takeaways:. For the same field-of-view, a larger format will have shallower depth-of-field at the same F-number. Shallow depth-of-field can be a creative benefit, up to a point, but you sometimes need a certain depth-of-field. You can stop down a large sensor camera to match the depth-of-field of a smaller one, but you end up with comparable image quality if you do. All formats are a series of compromises and there is no correct balance to strike. The depth-of-field trade-off. As we've seen, if you can.

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