With March officially underway, James Maher told us his thoughts on the new Fuji X100V camera, while Andrew Ford told us best practices in how to move from Photoshop to After Effects. Jeremy Gray continued his series on the Nikon Z system, Michele Grenier gave us her thoughts on some standout booths at WPPI and Levi Sim told us about using AF-C for still life macro photography.

Fuji X100V Review The new Fuji X100V: A review of the most important camera of the decade - Recently, Fujifilm released a fifth-generation update of their flagship X100 line with the Fujifilm X100V, an update two years in the making from their incredibly popular X100F camera. I have been shooting with the X100 series of cameras since the first version was released nine years ago, primarily for street and travel photography and some […]
Moving from Photoshop to After Effects - It may seem daunting to learn the robust interface of After Effects — Adobe’s visual effects, motion graphics and compositing application. But if you are a designer or photographer familiar with Photoshop, you’ll already know some aspects of the program. Let’s explore some of the similarities. Creating motion graphics, even on a basic level, is […]
The state of the Nikon Z system, part two: Prime lenses - In my previous article surveying the state of Nikon’s mirrorless Z system, I looked at the trio of cameras currently available: The full frame Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras and the DX-format Nikon Z50. Cameras are certainly the main component of any photographic kit, but you cannot take photos without a lens. During the time […]
WPPI Mandalay Bay Vegas Looking back at WPPI - Looking back at WPPI without the fluff, just the real stuff. Here's my review of 10 exposing brands in a very short and sweet recap.
Are you nuts? You can’t use AF-C for macro photography! - I’ve done lots of close-up and macro photography in my career, and I’ve tried many methods to get better results. We know that focusing close to a subject is one of the ways to make a very shallow depth of field, and when you zoom in and shoot close and use a wide aperture the […]

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