Do You Use Any Aliases?

Is the anti-aliasing filter still necessary or even useful in modern, high-resolution digital camera systems? Several manufacturers are eliminating them from their highest-resolution models.
By Staff
Digital image sensors consist of a grid of light-sensitive photodiodes (pixels). When you make an exposure, each pixel receives a certain amount of light—a certain number of photons—according to the brightness of the portion of the scene being photographed that's focused at that pixel. Inherent in this process is the…

DPP Solutions: The Lingo

Decoding the jargon of motion capture
By Staff
Many photographers who are entering the realm of motion capture have encountered an unexpected problem: the terminology. It's like Vincent describing Europe to Jules in Pulp Fiction—everything is just a little bit different. In this brief article, we outline a few of the differences you may find confusing if you…

Sensors Un-Sensored

The heart of any digital capture system is the image sensor. Incredibly fast-paced improvements in resolution and performance have brought us to a point where the next quantum leap is on the horizon.
By Staff
CMOS And CCD Digital cameras—smartphone through pro medium-format—use one of two types of image sensors: CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) or CCD (charge-coupled device). Early digital cameras used CCD because it produced better image quality and was easier to make using the technology of the time and, basically, was the only…

Special Lighting Guide: Lights!

In a still photography world, strobes were the gold standard of professional lighting gear.
By William Sawalich
Strobes & Flash In a still photography world, strobes were the gold standard of professional lighting gear. Prized for their combination of power and performance and for their ability to freeze a subject for maximum apparent sharpness, strobes continue to be top-level tools for just about any photo situation. Being…

Fine Art Of Printmaking

In this video, Art Wolfe talks about presenting his work and the importance of fine art printmaking.
By Staff
{mp4}epson/ArtWolfe_Epson_FINAL{/mp4} In this video, Art Wolfe talks about presenting his work and the importance of fine art printmaking. Learn more.Epson Signature Worthy CollectionDiscover why top professional photographers choose Epson Signature Worthy papers in their own words. {mp4}epson/COLLECTION_Epson_Final{/mp4}

Evolution Of A Medium

John Paul Caponigro's stunning images are the nexus of personal tradition and printing technology
By Staff
{mp4}epson/JPCaponigro_Epson_FINAL{/mp4} John Paul Caponigro talks about the formative influence of his parents on his creative attitudes and expectations; the evolution of the medium and printmaking; and how that evolution through technology has allowed him to create ultimate expressions of his photographic vision. Learn more.Epson Signature Worthy CollectionDiscover why top professional…
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