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Goodbye DJI phantom 4: DJI terminates production of Phantom 4

  DJI is terminating the production of Phantom 4 only ten months after its release. They recently sent their dealers a message, notifying them about the updates on DJI products. And after releasing Phantom 4 in March 2016, in January 2017 it’s already time to say goodbye to it. Show More Summary

Creepy Children – 28 Haunting Vintage Photos of Kids That Give You a Nightmare

Because of many different reasons such as dirt, blurriness, double exposure, or even the lifeless eyes... these vintage photos inadvertently make us fear when looking at them. See more »

The New Leica M10 is available, introducing ISO dial and other new features

The new Leica M10 is here! The latest addition to the loved M-system lineup is available for preorders, and “Its unique balance of heritage and technical innovation embodies the essence of everything that is truly important for photography.” This is the thinnest digital M camera of all time, with improved performance and more intuitive handling. Show More Summary

Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format Digital Camera Coming In February For $6,499

Gear The GFX system is looking ready for prime time Details and pricing for Fujifilm's upcoming medium format camera system.

New Gear: Fujifilm X-T20 and XF50mm f/2 Travel Lens

Gear Fujifilm brings some upgrades to the middle of its X-series More megapixels and better AF lead the lineup of new features.

New Gear: Fujifilm X100F Gets Improved Autofocus, More Megapixels, and Revamped Controls

Gear Welcome more megapixels and an improved electronic viewfinder The 24.3-megapixel Fujifilm X100F looks a little different than is predecessor.

How To Calibrate The Focus of Your Lenses – And Why You Should

Here’s a (semi) fun way to start the year off right – it’s time to calibrate the focus of your lenses! Most DSLRs offer options for “micro adjustment” or to “fine tune” the focus of attached lenses. If you happen to use Sigma ART series...Show More Summary

Daily Critique / Image Review: 1-17-17

The post Daily Critique / Image Review: 1-17-17 appeared first on ESSENTIALS For Photographers.

Tina Louise: Beautiful Redhead Ginger – '50s Glamorous Portrait Photos in Beginning Days of Her Career

Tina Louise (born Tina Blacker, 1934) is an American actress, singer, and author. She began her career on stage during mid-1950s, before landing her breakthrough role in 1958 drama film God's Little Acre for which she received Golden...Show More Summary

How to Stand Out as a Photographer in a Crowded Market

In today’s world of rapidly changing technology, there’s one big problem that you and every aspiring photographer must face; you are one among many. It no longer takes years of practice or even an expensive camera to make someone a talented, and in some cases professional, photographer. Show More Summary

How to Create a Rim Light Effect Using Photoshop

Lighting is a huge integral part of a movie’s success. The same applies to photography. It’s all about the light or lack of it to create the drama in an image. Rim lighting, as the term suggests, is also called edge or back lighting....Show More Summary

Review of the New Flagship DX Camera – The Nikon D500

Everyone thinks they need a full frame camera but are they really that much better? Most people feel the only reason they have cropped sensor cameras is because they can’t afford a full frame one. Then you have to wonder why Nikon have produced one that is not full frame and comes with an expensive price tag. Show More Summary

5 Tips for Capturing Everyday Moments in Your Family’s Life

Lifestyle photography and the art of everyday photography is about documenting your daily life. This could include capturing your baby’s toothless smile, his/her first steps, the way they hold their hair or twirl their dress, first time...Show More Summary

The Myths and Realities of Becoming a Professional Photographer

As a professional photographer, I think the number one mistake for aspiring pros is to fall for certain myths about the craft and career. In this article, we’ll look at some of the myths and realities of being a professional photographer. Show More Summary

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