What is “Exposing to the Left” and Should You Do It? Understanding Exposure Part 2
You’ll be amazed at how much time you can save if you combine this exposure tip with those we shared in Part One, and it works regardless of the camera you use. Check out Part Two (of Two) in our exposure series.
German Researchers Design Image Sensor With Nearly Limitless Dynamic Range
German Researchers have developed an image sensor that apparently makes it virtually impossible to blow your highlights. It uses “self-resetting pixels” which when they get saturated, don’t clip. It simply starts counting over, keeping track of the number of times it’s started over.
Sony A7R mkIV Announced | Still A Generation Ahead Of The Competition
With 61 megapixels, 10 FPS, Eye-AF in 4K video, redesigned ergonomics and more, this is not just an “update”…
Lighting Tips | Learn How To Recognize Good Light For Landscape Photography
When you’re looking for a good source of reflected light, you’re also looking for an environment whose elements have characteristics…
Increase Dynamic Range Of Canon 5D Mark IV By 1EV | You Can, Sort of, At A Price…
It’s not ideal, but for times you absolutely need it…
Canon’s 6D Mark II Dynamic Range Worse Than Its Predecessor & APS-C 80D | Who Is It For?
What’s Canon’s purpose and game plan here?
How We Shot It: Maximizing Dynamic Range On A Cloudy Day
Cloudy days are arguably some of the best conditions to work under as a photographer. With minimal sunlight we have…
Here’s Why You Should Use An ND Filter For Your Portraits
Who says you can’t use ND filters for portraiture?
How To Capture Beautiful Images With A Low Dynamic Range Camera
Today, just about everyone wants to shoot with a camera that can pull 13-14 stops of dynamic range. The good thing is that you don’t necessarily need the newest and best cameras to shoot beautiful pictures, you just need to know what your limits are and how to make the most of what you have.
MIT Boffins Have Made A Camera That Will Never Overexpose An Image
It’s basically HDR at an individual pixel level. It’s genius, and you may want it now.
Canon’s EOS-1D X Mk II To Feature Vastly Improved Dynamic Range?
We have an update for you on the recent rumor that we shared regarding the EOS-1 D X Mk II. If this rumor is legit, Canon may soon get the Dynamic Range monkey off its back.