Month: March 2019

Kim Jong-un’s personal photographer has reportedly been fired for breaking the dictator’s photography rules. The photographer’s offense? Standing directly between Kim and a crowd for just three seconds and blocking the view of Kim’s neck with a camera flash. The South Korean news outlet DailyNK reports that the 47-year-old photographer with the surname Ri was
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[embedded content] Just as much of daily life is geared towards right-handed people, cameras are often geared toward right-eyed people. Photographer Michael Andrew (AKA Michael the Maven) made this 4-minute video pointing out Canon’s “left eye problem” in its latest mirrorless cameras. Andrew focuses on the design, UI, and ergonomics of the new Canon EOS
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Paul Nicklen on his career in conservation photography, climate change in the polar regions and his new book, Born To Ice, celebrating those ecosystems and their inhabitants. Become an Outdoor Photographer Member to access this On Location Article, plus techniques, inspiration and equipment reviews from the pros! By entering your email, you agree to our
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Licensing Contributor Malthe Rendtorff is a Danish landscape photographer who captures vast terrains from around the world. Using various viewpoints in his photography, he transports us to these destinations—paying close attention to composition and detail, and finding balance in simple colors and space at the same time. Browse his Licensing collection here. My name is
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Sony has launched firmware version 5.0 for its flagship a9 mirrorless camera. The major software update brings AI-powered autofocus capabilities, better image quality, and workflow improvements. AI-Based Autofocus First announced back in January, firmware v5.0 brings Sony’s powerful new Real-Time Tracking mode for fast and accurate subject tracking. It uses artificial intelligence-based object recognition to
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