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Mirrorless Camera Maniac: Focus Peaking

I started photography with a K1000 camera which required manual focus and had a cat’s eye style focusing screen. It was very apparent when I was focused at the wrong

Live Webinar: Lumix GH5 Launch Event

Lumix’s new flagship camera is the Panasonic Lumix GH5, and it begins shipping to customers this Wednesday, March 29th. The waiting list began earlier this year, and photographers and cinematographers

GoPro 3-Way: A Unique Camera Accessory

GoPro cameras have become incredibly popular for capturing point-of-view and action shots (both photo and video). They’e also an excellent way for a photographer to get behind the scenes footage

ColorChecker Now for Video!

The color management mavens extraordinaire at X-Rite have just announced two new products for photographers who shoot video with video cameras or with DSLRs… ColorChecker Video and ColorChecker Passport Video.

A Quick Look at the Samsung’s NX1

Mirrorless has come a long way since its introduction into the market. With technology advancing and improving so quickly, it is to no surprise that a technology companies, like Samsung,

Which GoPro Battery Lasts the Longest?

While GoPro cameras offer awesome point of view shots, they don’t have the best battery life. I went into the test labs to see which battery lasted the longest. Learn

Shooting with the Nikon D750

Although I love shooting with the D810, I was really excited when I received a D750 to review from my friends at Hunts Photo. For a while now, theres been

Using Battery Powered Lights

Lighting options that don’t require electric power cords are always welcome. In this tutorial I’ll explore some benefits and workflows when using battery-powered lights on a video set. These constant

Simply Stunning: Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8

I gotta say, I loved using this lens. Sigma has really out done themselves. I know some people say they’ve owned Sigma lenses and the photos were poorthose lenses were