Month: October 2019

An recent court order banning photography outside the Arizona Supreme Court in Phoenix and Court of Appeals in Tucson is being criticized as unconstitutional. The court says the order is meant to stop “abuse and intimidation,” but critics say it infringes on people’s First Amendment rights and puts photojournalists in an “untenable position.” As reported
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[embedded content] Photoshop expert Sid Vasandani of StyleMyPic has put together a fantastic, in-depth look at luminosity masks that could significantly speed up your photo editing workflow. If you don’t understand luminosity or you’ve never used luminosity masks, this tutorial could legitimately change the way you make selections. We’re calling this a “crash course” because
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[embedded content] Announced last week, the Rode NTG5 is the newest shotgun microphone from Rode. It’s an ultra-light short shotgun broadcast microphone designed for use on location. It offers a very unique design from Rode’s previous microphones, with an optimised pickup pattern and frequency response to offer the most directional and faithful recording possible. We
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Author Bio: Gavin Alexander knows freelance photography from both sides of the bookkeeping coin. He is a freelance videographer and photographer, as well as being Video Content Exec at Crunch Accounting. You can follow them on Twitter. Have you ever met a photographer that enjoys bookkeeping? I haven’t, and I certainly don’t enjoy it myself.
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[embedded content] Video journalist Logan Baker over at Shutterstock put together a handy primer for anybody who is looking to get into black-and-white photography for the first time. The tutorial amounts to an easy-to-follow beginner’s guide that we highly recommend you check out if you’re just getting started in this genre. Baker starts the video
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After finding success with its original Loupedeck and Loupedeck+ photo editing consoles, Loupedeck today unveiled the Loupedeck Creative Tool (AKA the Loupedeck CT). It’s a small and sleek console that’s streamlined, customizable, and still very powerful. Loupedeck CT is compatible with a wide range of software used across industries such as photo, video, design, and
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Earlier today, Samyang/Rokinon unveiled the new AF 14mm f/2.8 RF lens: a wide-angle prime that becomes the first third-party autofocus lens for Canon’s full-frame mirrorless RF-Mount. The AF 14mm f/2.8 RF promises a 113.9° angle of view, minimal distortion, and “fast and precise autofocus function” inside a weather-sealed, compact design that’s only 9.5cm (3.75in) long
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Adobe was recently hit with a massive data breach, exposing nearly 7.5 million Creative Clouds accounts to the public. Reportedly, a database containing sensitive user info was easily accessible to anyone through a web browser. According to Mashable, security researcher Bob Diachenko and Comparitech were the first to discover the database. It contained the data
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