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If We’re Truly Going to Eradicate Racism, Then We’ve Got to Take It Out of Ourselves First

I wish I’d seen this two and a half months ago when it came out… Powerful, powerful statement from one of my favorite photographers, and more importantly, favorite photography instructors, Zack Arias: I, as a white man, have been so insulated from the Black experience, that I… cannot really form any opinion that is anywhere […]

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The Great American Eclipse of 2017

Three years ago today: As viewed from Mt. Juliet, Tennessee within the band of maximum totality. (ole boy’s got some skills, no?)

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Nikon Releases D810 Firmware v1.14

Nikon (via email): A new firmware update is available for your Nikon D810 DSLR. You can either perform this firmware update yourself or request your local Nikon Service facility do it for you.

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Fujifilm Releases X-T2 Firmware 4.10

FujiRumors: Fujifilm just released firmware updates for Fujifilm X-H1 and Fujifilm X-T2. Both cameras get a major Kaizen update. The Fujifilm X-T2 firmware 4.10 is a revised version of firmware ver.4.00.

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DxO Confirms: New Nik Collection Coming in 2018

Digital Photography Review: The statement went out over Google Plus (go figure), where the DxO team welcomed the Nik community into the fold with the following announcement (emphasis added): Dear Nik Collection users, We at DxO are very pleased to welcome the Nik community! We wish you a very happy holiday season and a healthy […]

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Vincent Laforet: Expect 200-300% speed bump from iMac Pro

Vincent Laforet writing at his blog: Whether you’re editing 8K RED video, H.264 4K Drone footage, 6K 3D VR content or 50 Megapixel RAW stills – you can expect a 200-300% increase in performance in almost every industry leading software with the iMac Pro. I’ve seldom seen a jump this dramatic before on any new […]

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News photographer shot by cop

PetaPixel: An Ohio newspaper photojournalist was shot by a police officer last night after the cop mistook the camera and tripod the photographer was holding for a rifle. Wait—that tripod isn’t loaded, is it?   I wouldn’t exactly call this a part of the never-ending war on photography, but I do think that this shows […]

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Eclipse 2017: T-2 Months

If you’re anything like me, you heard about the 2017 eclipse over a year ago and thought “cool,” but haven’t really thought about it since. This week, some of the photography podcasts I listen to started talking about the eclipse and man, I’m really starting to get excited!

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Adjustments With A Restrained Hand

Photographer Brian Matiash, writing at Digital Photo Pro: You may be asking what all this talk about camera sensors and RAW file formats has to do with faithfully representing your image. The bottom line is that making even some mild tonal, white balance and color adjustments to the straight-out-of-camera image can pay back with massive […]

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