Media events like the Sony a7R III are a lot of work—and a lot of fun—and they help us bring you reviews of new gear
For photographers new to video, a few simple techniques to help set yourself and your clients apart from the competition
The new mirrorless camera features 20 fps high-speed burst shooting, 6.5 stops of compensation and an 80-megapixel High Resolution mode
G-Technology G-DRIVE ev RaW SSD—a rugged, portable solid-state drive that goes with me wherever I work
Available as part of three different kits, the compact, portable lighting solution is built to deliver quality daylight-balanced light in an intuitively designed package for both photographers and filmmakers
Giving both enthusiast and professional photographers an opportunity to work with medium-format systems
The camera can shoot 360-degree video in 5.7K at 30 fps, with the capability to create in-camera stitching for 4K video and live-streaming
Positioned as a Lightroom alternative, the updated image editor and organizer features a series of enhancements for photographers and other creatives, including improved RAW processing
A Nik update is slated for mid-2018 delivery, while OpticsPro has been rebranded, now with U Point local adjustment tools
Remaining grounded, profitable and moving forward as the video and cinema world shifts beneath you
We ask a major brand what it’s looking for in a social media photographer and in its online campaigns
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Making spectacular images—“tiny planets”—with the mini-drone
A tough, lightweight and powerful strobe/head lighting unit. Oh, and it’s bright yellow.
From LED lighting to wireless flash to large-format printers, these solutions will maximize your productivity in the studio so you can deliver the image to your client
With a 16-megapixel Live MOS sensor, this feature-rich, mirrorless compact has a number of advanced shooting modes in addition to 4K video capability
With an understanding of these go-to lighting techniques, you can easily light any scene with dramatic results
With these simple lighting techniques, it's possible to master any scene with confidence
All you have to do to make movies is push a different button. How hard can it be?
Turn the worst light into the best shoot with these simple techniques
One of our contributors is based in the Midwest, where he witnessed 100% totality. Here’s how he captured this image of the eclipse.
As photographers and filmmakers, most everything we try to achieve visually with lighting, a camera and storytelling through composition goes back to the Masters