With the new year just hours away, we thought it’d be fun to recap 2018. Between covering the full-frame mirrorless trends, photography conferences like WPPI and PhotoPlus, reviewing the latest camera gear and helping you with camera and post-processing techniques, our team had tons of interesting articles that caught your interest!

Below are our top 10 most viewed articles for 2018. We hope you had a great 2018, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2019!

What Is focus stacking? (1/6/2018) - When you buy a fast lens with a bright aperture, like f/1.8, you go crazy making photos with a super-shallow depth of field. You photograph
Why focus stack when I can just use f/22? (1/30/2018) - I’ve got three good reasons why using f/22 won’t get you a sharp picture. However, even though I’ve proven these reasons in my own work,
What are the most popular used cameras and lenses? (2/16/2018) - Our friends at MPB.com keep track of which cameras and lenses are the most purchased over the course of the year. This is pretty interesting
Adobe brings powerful new features to Lightroom CC and Classic (6/19/2018) - This morning, Adobe announced updates to its desktop versions of Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC. While both programs have added a few new enhancements and
NSFW: Working with models, the do’s and don’ts of implied, boudoir and nude photography (6/28/2018) - About a year ago I started trying out other genres of photography as a way to jump out of my nature photo comfort zone, reshape
Medium format vs. full frame (7/14/2018) - Medium Format digital cameras have sensors that are significantly larger than full frame DSLR’s. That also means the lenses are larger and the price tag is
Is your workflow compatible with MacOS Mojave? (9/24/2018) - Apple has officially released its latest MacOS — Mojave, version 10.14. This new version highlights features such as a system-wide Dark Mode, Stacks, Dynamic Desktop
How to post to Instagram from your computer — Easy as A, B, C (10/26/2018) - I hope this technique is as helpful for you as it has been for me. It’s well known that you can only post to Instagram
4 terabyte single enclosure portable hard drives can pose a danger to your data. Danger! Beware of 4 terabyte portable hard drives (10/27/2018) - Ruggedized hard drives are all the rage for photographers working in the field. I am all for them — they are more durable than plastic
Exclusive: What’s in store for Olympus? (10/30/2018) - This year at PhotoPlus Expo, all the rage was around mirrorless. Canon, Nikon and even Panasonic have joined the likes of Sony, introducing full-frame mirrorless

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