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It took me years to work up the guts to start playing with off-camera flash. As an enthusiastic but financially-challenged amateur photographer, buying a flash seemed like an expense fraught with uncertainty. I didn’t know what I was looking for,
Suddenly, I heard the frantic crunching of footsteps coming toward me. The figure whipped around the flashlight. “Have you seen a camera on a tripod? I was doing a time-lapse and now cannot find it!” Finding cameras in the dark
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Sony has announced a $1 million social justice program — Create Action — to offer funding, product, creative resources and increased awareness for local organizations supporting underrepresented, underserved communities. The program is a part of Sony’s broader social justice efforts, with
This week we’re getting to know community member, Lorraine MacDonnell. Lorraine is from Melbourne, Australia, and considers herself an intermediate hobby photographer. Her main camera is a Sony a7 III and she is currently experimenting with light painting. Haven’t joined
Sense of discovery I love discovering these incredible landscapes, such as this large, round boulder that I came across at night. As a kid, I spent a lot of time in nature, out in the woods. And as an adult,
One of my favorite lenses of all time is the Olympus 12-100mm f/4 PRO. For micro four-thirds shooters, this lens offers an amazing focal range with a constant aperture. It’s got great picture quality in a fairly compact footprint, making
Early this morning, OM Digital Solutions Corporation announced the Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm f/4 PRO lens. Covering a full-frame field of view of 16-50mm, the 8-25mm provides superb dedicative performance across the entire zoom range. This compact, lightweight, high
Pride Month is always such a vibrant time of the year, even if events aren’t as big anymore due to the pandemic. Still, that doesn’t stop photographers from crafting LGBTQ-centric projects to celebrate and raise awareness to the cause. Even
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