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January 16, 2018
Panasonic’s New Camera: Lumix GH5S LEVI SIM 01/09/2018 0 The GH5S is the latest camera from Panasonic, and it’s carving out an interesting niche. It’s not a replacement for the GH5 (which was made available only one year ago), and it’s got a very interesting feature set. I haven’t had one of these in my...
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On a recent expedition to the South Pole I was enlightened. It was like one of those aha moments. I was attending a class on the Nat Geo Explorer on getting it right in the camera first. Wasn’t sure what the class would be about but I attended.  During the class, the teacher said in...
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Curated content from Photofocus. From the course: Portrait Photography: Business Portraits on LinkedIn Learning Shooting on a tripod or off from Portrait Photography: Business Portraits by Robert Vanelli Course transcript Shooting with a tripod has many benefits, especially if you’re new to photography. What it does is help you minimize camera shake. Now camera shake...
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Curated Content by Patrick Hall FSTOPPERSORIGINAL   The inverse square law is one of the most important yet misunderstood concepts in photography. On the surface, it basically says that the intensity of a light source will decrease as you move the light away from your subject, but how does that apply to the highlights and...
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