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Lightroom Hangout: Diving into Cinemagraphs with Rob Knight
3 Keys to Adding Interest to Landscape Images
3 Reasons You Need Photoshop with Lightroom
Getting Started with Real Estate Photography – Processing Images
Lightroom Hangout: Finishing Big Files Panoramas and HDR’s
Say Hello To Your New Hero, from GoPro
Panorama Tips and Must Have Tripod Features
The Arctic Swell with Chris Burkard
Vertical Panos Beat Wide Lenses
19 Photos for Pollution Awareness
One Tip to Utilize Your Ultra-Wide Angle Lens
Featured Photo by Marco Calandra

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Hello Hero 4

Say Hello To Your New Hero, from GoPro

We have a new GoPro. In fact, we have three. Like many of you, I have been waiting for these new action cameras to drop. Now that they have, let’s take a look at what each offers, where it might fit in in your kit and what the new entries might signal about the future of the line.

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Pano-1-2

Panorama Tips and Must Have Tripod Features

Nikon D7100, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @28mm, F/16, 1/13s, ISO 160, five frame panorama. It’s simple to make several pictures into one panorama, and I really think you should try it. Panoramas are usually wider than your average picture, and

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Screen Shot 2014-07-17 at 12.21.26 PM

The Arctic Swell with Chris Burkard

We’ve featured him as our LensRentals Photographer of the Week and his incredible portfolio was quite a hit to the Photofocus community. And to add some “wow” to his name, our friends at SmugMug just put together an incredible film

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vertpano-1-2

Vertical Panos Beat Wide Lenses

I’ve been talking a lot about using primes lenses, lately (thanks LensRentals.com), and how great they are for growing your vision. I mentioned in the first post that when your prime lens is too limiting, you can shoot a panorama

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wasteandpollution

19 Photos for Pollution Awareness

Our friends over at ViewBug had a great contest that was aimed to help bring awareness to the problems that pollution and waste cause. The photos shown are part of a selection of images communicating perspectives from close to 100

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LeviSimWide-6

One Tip to Utilize Your Ultra-Wide Angle Lens

Nikon D7100, 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 lens, f/8, 3 frame HDR, ISO 800. Ultra-wide angle lenses can add a lot of motion and engagement to your images. However, images may lack impact if you don’t have something in the foreground. When I

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Screen Shot 2014-04-26 at 12.56.28 PM

Featured Photo by Marco Calandra

Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community. This picture was taken in the Valle del Bove in Sicily, Italy. On October 26th, 2013, the volcano Etna began to erupt. I spent the whole night

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RedRocksPano_Levi_Sim

Tools + Inspiration = Panos and Time-lapse

Nikon D800, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @28mm, f.16, 1.3sec, ISO 100, 6 frame panorama stitched in Photoshop CC. I was fortunate enough to spend two days shooting at Red Rocks Canyon National Conservation Area near Las Vegas recently. Unlike most

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Hello Hero 4

Say Hello To Your New Hero, from GoPro

We have a new GoPro. In fact, we have three. Like many of you, I have been waiting for these new action cameras to drop. Now that they have, let’s take a look at what each offers, where it might fit in in your kit and what the new entries might signal about the future of the line.

Read More
Pano-1-2

Panorama Tips and Must Have Tripod Features

Nikon D7100, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @28mm, F/16, 1/13s, ISO 160, five frame panorama. It’s simple to make several pictures into one panorama, and I really think you should try it. Panoramas are usually wider than your average picture, and

Read More
Screen Shot 2014-07-17 at 12.21.26 PM

The Arctic Swell with Chris Burkard

We’ve featured him as our LensRentals Photographer of the Week and his incredible portfolio was quite a hit to the Photofocus community. And to add some “wow” to his name, our friends at SmugMug just put together an incredible film

Read More
vertpano-1-2

Vertical Panos Beat Wide Lenses

I’ve been talking a lot about using primes lenses, lately (thanks LensRentals.com), and how great they are for growing your vision. I mentioned in the first post that when your prime lens is too limiting, you can shoot a panorama

Read More
wasteandpollution

19 Photos for Pollution Awareness

Our friends over at ViewBug had a great contest that was aimed to help bring awareness to the problems that pollution and waste cause. The photos shown are part of a selection of images communicating perspectives from close to 100

Read More
LeviSimWide-6

One Tip to Utilize Your Ultra-Wide Angle Lens

Nikon D7100, 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 lens, f/8, 3 frame HDR, ISO 800. Ultra-wide angle lenses can add a lot of motion and engagement to your images. However, images may lack impact if you don’t have something in the foreground. When I

Read More
Screen Shot 2014-04-26 at 12.56.28 PM

Featured Photo by Marco Calandra

Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community. This picture was taken in the Valle del Bove in Sicily, Italy. On October 26th, 2013, the volcano Etna began to erupt. I spent the whole night

Read More
RedRocksPano_Levi_Sim

Tools + Inspiration = Panos and Time-lapse

Nikon D800, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @28mm, f.16, 1.3sec, ISO 100, 6 frame panorama stitched in Photoshop CC. I was fortunate enough to spend two days shooting at Red Rocks Canyon National Conservation Area near Las Vegas recently. Unlike most

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Folly Beach

Chuck Robinson | HDR Photographer

The process of HDR is a beautiful tool when used correctly. With that being said, we want to show you some amazing examples of photography talents doing great things with this technique for more doses of inspiration. To learn more

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