How to Use Lightroom Classic and Luminar 4 Together in Your Workflow
A little over a month ago, Skylum Software launched the much anticipated update for their flagship software, Luminar 4. Why…
Upper Antelope Canyon Photo Tours to be Discontinued from 2020
Navajo Nation Parks and recreation organization are ending the Upper Antelope Canyon Photo tours as of Dec 20th, 2019! After that date, no more tripods or monopods will be allowed in the area and only “sightseeing” tours will be available.
Nisi Switch Filter System Lets You Use and Rotate Multiple Filters At Once
NiSi has just created a filter system that will change the game for landscape photographers, allowing for independent rotation of two separate square filters as well as 360 degree rotation of a circular Polarizer or ND!
Phase One Launches the XT – A Small “Travel Ready” Medium Format Field Camera for $57,000
Phase One wasn’t about to be left behind with all the other brands making new camera announcements recently! Today they announced the new XT system – A portable field camera for the creative who needs BIG power with a small footprint!
You Won’t Believe The Story Behind This Incredible Astrophotography Shot
Sometimes, you really do only have seconds to get the shot! This was certainly the case with Paul Schmit’s photograph of the ISS as it transits across the sun. Check out the full story behind the shot here.
The Paddling Tranquility Photo Project: Paddleboarding Through a Frozen Wonderland
Paddling Tranquility is one of the most gorgeous photography projects we’ve seen this year. Such stunning views of an environment that is slowly starting to disappear captured by Toby Harriman and Jussi Ruottinen.
When the Earth Speaks: Why I Love Landscape Photography
There are a handful of guidelines that if followed will help you with maximizing the potential for your landscape shots.
Engineer Creates Visualization to Help Avoid Crowds at US National Parks
For photographers looking to avoid crowds, these charts can be an invaluable planning tool and be the difference between capturing an iconic landscape and experiencing frustration.
Photographing Bighorn Sheep with the Sigma 60-600mm Sports Lens
The Sigma 60-60mm is one of the most versatile, sharp, and stable lenses in the telephoto market (in the f/4.5-6.3 zone) but it’s weight and size might not make it a lens for everyone.
Photographing the Northern Lights: The Ultimate Background
Photographing the Aurora Borealis can be pretty tricky. In this article we consider 2 techniques to make more of the foreground in your Northern Lights scene.
Sigma Shares It’s June Lineup of Dealer Workshops – There’s Something For Everyone
Sigma recently announced its Dealer Workshop lineup for the month of June, and there’s something for everyone!