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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Aerial Photography Tips, Tricks, and Settings

From The Nikon Autofocus System by Mike Hagen Aerial photography encompasses quite a few disciplines, including shooting from a moving airplane, helicopter, or hot air balloon. It also includes photographing the landscape from the air or photographing aircraft from inside

5 Quick Tips for Holiday Photos

If you’re lucky enough to be able to spend time with family and friends during the holidays, here are a few photo tips to keep in mind. After all, you want those memories to look as good later as they

10 Best Features of the Sony A7R II and A7 II

Since camera manual author and guru David Busch began using the original a7R in late 2013, Sony’s full-frame mirrorless cameras have made it to the top of his favorites list for a number of reasons. Today we’re going to explore his

Looking Back, Looking Forward

As we near the end of the year, I’m sure many are already thinking about next year’s resolutions and the fresh start that comes with every new year. But of course it’s also a good time to take stock of the

Embracing the Compositional Faux Pas

From The Visual Palette by Brian Matiash A Friend in Distortion In photography there are several examples of technical and aesthetic decision-making that can seem—and outright are—contradictory, especially when we consider the “corrective” phase of post-processing. For instance, photographers go

Using Lightroom in Your Web Browser

Adobe wants to keep you close to your pictures. The latest version of Lightroom Mobile not only works on smartphones and tablets, but you can also access your shared collections via any web browser. Lightroom Mobile users simply have to