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Last fall, Skylum announced that the were developing a catalog module for Luminar which would make it not just an image processing program, but an asset management tool as well. Originally, this update was slated for early 2018. I was very excited to hear … Continue reading →
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I just got back from the Great Smoky Mountains, where we just finished our third Fujifilm X-Photoraphers Nature and Travel Summit. These 4-day intensive workshops are specifically designed for Fuji shooters. We teach photographers how to get the most from … Continue reading →
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Shooting action is a blast. Except when it’s not. There’s nothing more exciting than trying to freeze an exhilarating moment when your subject is whizzing by; trying to capture the feeling of speed and physical exertion in a single frame, … Continue reading →
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I was prompted to write this post after waking up and seeing a familiar photo staring back at me on the Revelate Designs Instagram feed this morning. It immediately sent me back down memory lane, because I shot this photo … Continue reading →
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I have just released a major update to my X SERIES UNLIMITED eBook. The new October 2018 Revision contains full info on the X-T3, as well as the X-H1 and all the recent firmware updates that have been released during … Continue reading →
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The Fujifilm X-T3 has a brand new 26 MP “Back Side Illuminated” sensor. The BSI technology essentially means that the silicon wafer has been flipped so that the circuitry is now on the back of the sensor, instead of on … Continue reading →
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