Kevin Ames kicked things off by reviewing the new flagship Canon 1Dx Mark III camera. Then, Andrew Ford presented seven tips to help you take better video on your smartphone.

Erin Holmstead and her son, Rock, showed the basics of using an iPad camera. We found out some details about the upcoming LuminarAI software, and finally, Mark Morrow discussed the world of tethering.

New flagship camera review: Canon 1Dx Mark III Does Canon’s new 1Dx Mark III flagship live up to the hype? - I have been using Canon professional digital cameras since the 1Ds Mark II. Every time Canon has provided a new version, I have upgraded and been very happy. I saw a prototype of the 1Dx Mark III at PHOTOPLUS in 2019 and got my hands on one at WPPI 2020. It was love at first […]
Mobile Mondays: Seven sensational smartphone video tips - With so much mobile video content being produced every minute, good technique can help your video stand out. Here are some of my tips to ensure you record the best video possible on your smartphone. 1. Familiarize yourself with your phone Many people don’t take the time to learn the full capabilities of their phone. […]
Kids on Pics, episode 1: Getting started with your iPad camera - With kids being required to use technology more and more each day, whether it be for a class, turning in an assignment or just entertainment. I feel like it’s becoming harder and harder to teach kids that photography is an art form. And a powerful one at that. Through photography, kids can connect to their […]
LuminarAI looks to reinvent the world of photo editing - This morning, Skylum announced its next-generation photo editor — LuminarAI. Unlike traditional photo editors that focus on process, LuminarAI focuses on getting you to the finish line. Built from the ground up, LuminarAI includes several unique tools powered by artificial intelligence. It’s designed so photographers of any skillset — as well as bloggers, educators, business […]
Is a tethered workflow right for me? - Tethered capture, or the ability to simultaneously photograph, offload and preview capture results via high-definition monitor, is one of the more liberating conveniences a photographer can experience. Having the ability to trigger a camera remotely is an invaluable enough luxury on its own. However, the ability to further preview and precisely dial-in the important aspects […]

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