The new Nikon Z system created quite a bit of interest among many photographers. As a result, there seem to be many questions related to the new Nikon Z lenses that have been announced now and will be revealed in the future. Unfortunately, there are lots of misconceptions and misunderstandings that are getting spread by some people on the Internet, making it difficult to truly understand the capabilities and the potential of the system. In this article, I would like to explore the new Z mount lenses in detail and hopefully answer as many questions and concerns as possible.Before we get into th..
Seven Reasons Why the Sony a7 III Is the Best Wedding Photography Camera You Can BuyWedding photography is one of those genres where you need a great all around camera. Here are seven reason why the Sony a7 III is the current wedding photography champion.Read More: https://fstoppers.com/originals/seven-reasons-why-sony-a7-iii-best-wedding-photography-camera-you-can-buy-258165✅ Subscribe To My Channel ➡️ http://bit.ly/2Nnf6xI✅Camera Pedia ➡️ http://camera-pedia.com✅ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhotoClub7910/✅ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/photoclub791o/✅WoW Price Shop: https..
Written by Editorial Team on February 7, 2018Photography students and enthusiasts must educate themselves with many technical terms such as aperture, shutter speed, focus and exposure.You’ve probably read enough about that elsewhere, so how about a few photography effects?1. BokehBokeh refers to the aesthetic quality of blur, the out of focus area of the image. It’s how the light renders lighted areas that are out of focus. The difference in lens aberrations and aperture shape causes the area to blur, creating the look that’s aesthetically pleasing. Many photographers delib..
Why use Studio Equipment? Studio Photography used to be a expensive business. Because of this, this kind of photography was relatively unknown to many photographers. But now, a professional photo studio is very affordable! Our vast product range can be a bit overwhelming, so we wrote this mini studio guide to cover the basics and to explain some terminology. Basic Knowledge about Shadows The length and hardness of a shadow is determined by the power of the light source, the distance to the subject and the type of light: direct or indirect. Compare this to your own shadow: on a sunny day,..
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