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Optimizing Photos in Lightroom CC 2015

B&H Photo put together a lengthy Lightroom tutorial to help you make your photos pop.

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Sony Gets Serious About Wireless High Speed Sync

Sony created a page along with the announcement of the FA-WRC1M commander and FA-WRR1 receiver, explaining the advantages of high speed sync. It includes a lot of details and the above lengthy video for beginners explaining high speed sync. I have always enjoyed high speed sync, but I am of the opinion that leaf shutter high speed sync creates superior […]

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Experiment With Long Exposure Photography For $1

Mathieu Stern came up with a great hack for experimenting with long exposure photography, for as little as one dollar, that utilizes a piece of welders glass and two rubber bands. I might have to give this hack a try at the beach.

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The Sony RX10 III Goes on Safari

image courtesy of Thrutheframe Shannon Heng took the very popular Sony RX10 III on safari and wrote a great article about the experience and how tweaking settings like Zoom Assist helped him capture the moment. This is one of those rare articles about an exciting photographic adventure, where you get to take a peak inside the photographers head, because Shannon goes […]

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Potential Sony A6300 Overheating Solutions

It seems like more people are encountering overheating issues while recording 4k with summer rolling around in the Northern hemisphere. Here is one persons potential solution for the a6300 overheating that utilizes a smallrig cage.

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Mike Colon a6300 Settings

Mike Colon’s thinks autofocus is the Sony a6300’s killer feature and has some recommendations for how to customize your camera to better shoot action.

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