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Need B-Roll Footage for your Media Projects? – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Need B-Roll Footage for your Media Projects? Engbretson Underwater Photography: Need B-Roll Footage for your Media Projects? skip to main | skip to sidebar News From Behind the Scenes at Engbretson Underwater Photo and Stories about the Freshwater Environments We Visit. Need B-Roll Footage for your Media Projects? We’re always interested in partnering with producers of outdoors related content who are looking for excellent high-quality underwater b-roll video footage of freshwater game fish to include in their programs and…

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DEEP Indonesia 2020 – Deadline Two Weeks Away – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] DEEP Indonesia 2020 – Deadline Two Weeks Away The deadline for the 2020 DEEP Indonesia International Underwater Photo Competition is just two weeks away! To be in with a chance of winning, you’ll need to enter by Saturday, March 7th at 11:59 PM PST. Along with the DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition, the contest is part of the Underwater Competition Series, which is once again offering more than $100,000 in fantastic gear and dive travel prizes! Choose from…

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Canon U.S.A., Inc. | EOS C500 Mark II – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Canon U.S.A., Inc. | EOS C500 Mark II EOS DIGITAL CAMERA LIMITED WARRANTYFor The U.S.A. And Canada OnlyThe limited warranty set forth below is given by Canon U.S.A., Inc. (Canon U.S.A.) in the United States or Canon Canada Inc., (Canon Canada) in Canada with respect to the Canon brand EOS Digital Camera (the “Product”) *, when purchased and used in the United States or Canada. The Product purchased with this limited warranty is the only EOS Digital Camera to…

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Nikon Z 24mm f/1.8 S Review – Photography Article

[ad_1] Nikon Z 24mm f/1.8 S Review Nikon introduced the wide-angle NIKKOR Z 24mm f/1.8 S in September of 2019 for its mirrorless Z mount. At the time of the announcement, it was the widest professional-grade prime lens for the system, although Nikon followed up with the Z 20mm f/1.8 S announcement just five months later. The Nikon Z 24mm f/1.8 S is yet another professional-grade lens that joins the ranks of high-quality f/1.8 primes that the company has been…

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NUPG – NUPG – 10th February Meeting Report – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] NUPG – NUPG – 10th February Meeting Report February saw two club members taking the “stage” to talk about two very different underwater photography topics. The first was by Justin Beevor on his recent trip to the Cayman Islands where he joined the “Digital Madness” team on an Alex Mustard underwater photography workshop. This was his 5th such workshop and so Justin was the perfect club member to tell us what the experience is like. Justin talked about the…

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Passive income for creators | Matthew Vandeputte – Time Lapse Photography Article

[ad_1] Passive income for creators | Matthew Vandeputte In 2019 I paid all of my rent, airplane tickets and travel expenses (and then some) with my passive income.Passive income is income that requires little or no effort to earn. If I was trying to be more clickbaity I could have titled this blog post MAKE MONEY WHILE YOU’RE SLEEPING.This blog post explains how I did all of that.I am currently in the process of finishing my new ebook ‘A guide…

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Erotic Photos from La Belle Époque – Black & White Photography Article

[ad_1] Erotic Photos from La Belle Époque Erotic photography is almost as old as photography itself. Stereoscopic images of nude females were made by photographers like Auguste Belloc and Félix-Jacques Moulin in the 1850s. Erotic images became widely available in the beginning of the 20th century.The humiliating defeat of France in the French-Prussian war of 1870 was followed by a period of political stability. Prosperity increased, there were many technological innovations and the cultural and artistic climate flourished. This period…

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Matthew Seed Photography – Fashion, Still Life, Product and Advertising photographer – Cheshire Manchester London UK – Commercial Photography Article

[ad_1] Matthew Seed Photography – Fashion, Still Life, Product and Advertising photographer – Cheshire Manchester London UK 31 Jan Audient Evo Location Shoot Audient got in touch to shoot their brand new product called Evo. The shoot was on location is a rather splendid house in London, in fact the owner told us it’s where Jammie Oliver and Nigela have filmed food programmes for TV. The theme of this shoot was to show the ease of use and portability of…

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New KelbyOne Class: Photograph An Airshow Like A Pro – Photography Article

[ad_1] New KelbyOne Class: Photograph An Airshow Like A Pro Photograph An Airshow Like A Pro with Moose PetersonLearn how to photograph an airshow like a pro with Moose Peterson! Join Moose for two days of shooting during Aviation Nation at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada. In this class Moose shares his process for preparing for the show, the gear you’ll need, what to look for when choosing your shooting locations, the camera settings he uses, and…

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Retra ships Prime and Pro Flashes :: Wetpixel.com – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Retra ships Prime and Pro Flashes :: Wetpixel.com by Adam Hanlon Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 Retra is shipping their Retra Flash. Available in two versions, the Pro offers 150 Ws while the Prime has 100Ws. Both have circular flash tubes and a color temperature of 4900°K. Triggering is via fiber optic only, although Retra offers an external electro-optical converter. The Retra Prime costs €799, while the Retra Pro is €899. Both versions are shipping now From Retra’s website New…

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New Retra Flash Begins Shipping – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] New Retra Flash Begins Shipping Retra has announced that the long-awaited new versions of its strobe are now shipping. Boasting circular flash tubes, the Flash Prime and Flash PRO have similar features and functionality but differ in power: the former outputs 100Ws and the latter, 150Ws. The strobes have a color temperature of 4900°K, a beam angle of 130 degrees, and 13 power levels. They are fiber-optically triggered as standard, with electrical triggering available via an optional converter. Interestingly, the…

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The Great War by Louis Provot – Black & White Photography Article

[ad_1] The Great War by Louis Provot A rare wooden box with a hundred 45×107 glass stereoviews with images of the First World War and a simple handheld stereoscope.There’s a retailer stamp inside the box:Louis Provot – Edition Stéréoscopique – 52, Rue Ordener, Paris – XVIII° Louis Provot sold stereoview collections in the 1920s in wooden boxes of 50, 100 and 200 slides. The boxes with 100 and 200 slides contained a Unis France handheld stereoscope. A leaflet with an…

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A System for Setting the Right Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO – Photography Article

[ad_1] A System for Setting the Right Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO In this week’s video, I’m covering a topic I’ve wanted to write about for a while, but couldn’t find a good way to put to paper. Ultimately, I think it works much better as a demonstration format instead.At 17 minutes, this is our longest tutorial yet. I promise it’s worth the time for anyone who is trying to master how the “big three” camera settings (shutter speed, aperture,…

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Flickr Increases Pro Subscription Price After Admitting the Company Is Still Operating at a Loss – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Flickr Increases Pro Subscription Price After Admitting the Company Is Still Operating at a Loss Flickr Increases Pro Subscription Price After Admitting the Company Is Still Operating at a LossBy Ian Bongso-Seldrup, January 24, 2020 @ 08:30 AM (EST)Source: PetaPixel Following the admission in December 2019 that the company is still losing money despite SmugMug’s acquisition of the company and subsequent efforts to update and modernize the platform, Flickr has announced that the price of a Pro subscription is increasing…

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Guest Blog: Photographer and Motion Artist Troy Plota – Photography Article

[ad_1] Guest Blog: Photographer and Motion Artist Troy Plota Great News for PhotographersFinally there is some great news for photographers that is breathing fresh life into the photography world! It’s easy to see that video keeps gaining momentum as the preferred way to deliver content. Thankfully Motion Art is blowing up right now on Social Media, and advertisers are finally taking notice. Looping videos, also know as Plotagraphs as well as Cinemagraphs, are a great way to breath life into…

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Multiphote Stereoscope 45×107 | André Ruiter Stereoscopy – Black & White Photography Article

[ad_1] Multiphote Stereoscope 45×107 | André Ruiter Stereoscopy The Multiphote is a small table stereoscope based on a Bize and Claparède patent. It’s simple in design with a very clever mechanism.Lucien-Albert Bize and Siméon-Louis Claparède patented a design for a small table stereoscope with the name Minimus in 1907. The device lacks a more advanced mechanism which can be found in stereoscopes like the Hemdé or Planox. The glass stereoviews are simply brought in viewing position by gravity. The Multiphote…

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Cozumel by Jon Anderson :: Wetpixel.com – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Cozumel by Jon Anderson :: Wetpixel.com Cozumel is best known for its endless visibility, swift drift dives, and dramatic reef structure. Most think of turtles, eagle rays, lobsters, and moray eels (which are relatively common) rather than blennies, sea slugs, shrimp, and pelagic larval critters. My first underwater memories were made over 17 years ago in Cozumel when I completed my Junior Open Water diver certification there. Since becoming an underwater photographer a few years ago, I hadn’t been…

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Matthew Seed Photography – Fashion, Still Life, Product and Advertising photographer – Cheshire Manchester London UK – Commercial Photography Article

[ad_1] Matthew Seed Photography – Fashion, Still Life, Product and Advertising photographer – Cheshire Manchester London UK 20 Jan United Utilities Advertising agency BECG got in touch to shoot a brand campaign for United Utilities. The campaign was a real life campaign using genuine real people in the home showing the advantages of lagging your pipes. We hired a location property through UK locations and carried out all the production for the day. We brought in our own team of…

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Underwater Surrealism and Digital Art – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Underwater Surrealism and Digital Art Grasslands for Cover. Check out the masking job on those blades of grass!   Somewhere in everyone’s mind, there is a line between digital art and a photograph. The fact that this line is different for everybody leads to some very strong opinions on whether an image is art or photo. These strong opinions have led to extremely heated arguments over the years and some have become fanatical about post-process. Good news, we are…

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The Verdun Battlefield ∽ Past to Present – Black & White Photography Article

[ad_1] The Verdun Battlefield ∽ Past to Present My photo project about the First World War started in Verdun in 2009. Nine years later I started collecting stereoviews of the war. This created a nice interaction between these two passions. I’m now searching for stereoviews with images of locations that I’ve photographed during my photo project, but I also started taking new photos of locations that I recognised from stereoviews.Entree de l’ouvrage des 4 Cheminées 8592 – Entree de l’ouvrage…

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Recommended Fuji X-T3 Settings – Photography Article

[ad_1] Recommended Fuji X-T3 Settings As the third iteration of the X-T series cameras, the Fuji X-T3 is the most advanced and refined camera. Sporting a fast quad-core processor capable of recording high-quality 4K videos, a high-resolution 26.1 MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS sensor, a fast and accurate autofocus system and superb ergonomics, the X-T3 has become a very popular camera among photographers. Despite its many strengths, the X-T3 has plenty of controls and menu options that can be confusing…

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Behind the Mask Live-Streaming Underwater Imaging Workshops – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Behind the Mask Live-Streaming Underwater Imaging Workshops At this year’s BOOT Show from January 18–26, the team at Behind the Mask (BTM) is organizing an impressive lineup of underwater imaging workshops. Luminaries like Alex Mustard, Laurent Ballesta, Fred Buyle, Greg Lecoeur, Christian Vizl, Andy Casagrande, Imran Ahmad, Tim Ho, and many more—including DPG Editor Andrew Marriott—will be gracing the stage, providing an exciting opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business. That’s all very well…

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Golden Turtle International Festival 2020 :: Wetpixel.com – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Golden Turtle International Festival 2020 :: Wetpixel.com by Adam Hanlon Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 The Golden Turtle International Festival is calling for entries to its 2020 contest. It is offering 13 categories for its Photo contest, along with 2 in Art and 2 in Eco-Posters. The contest is free to enter and the deadline for entries is 29 February. Press release The Golden Turtle International Festival is hosting its Wildlife Art & Photography competition for 2020 and invites authors…

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Quick Twilight Tip – Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider – Photography Article

[ad_1] Quick Twilight Tip – Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider For #TravelTuesday this week I, Dave Williams, want to give you a quick twilight tip. It’s only for those of you with patience, mind!I just visited Zermatt, Switzerland, which is made entirely of chocolate! Okay, maybe it’s not made of chocolate, but it’s on that same league of fantasy. The town itself is a beautiful, Alpine skiing paradise, and it’s car-free which makes it all the more exciting. Everywhere you go…

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Ocean Art 2019 :: Wetpixel.com – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Ocean Art 2019 :: Wetpixel.com by Adam Hanlon Monday, January 13th, 2020 Overall winner and Coldwater category winner by Greg Lecoeur The results of the 2019 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition have been announced. The winning image was taken by Greg Lecoeur and features a crabeater seal (Lobodon carcinophaga) diving close to some brash ice in Antarctica. The contest awarded 16 categories and many congratulations to the many Wetpixel members that are in the placings. List of Winners Wide…

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Photographer of the Week – Andrea Marshall – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Photographer of the Week – Andrea Marshall Giant oceanic manta, Black Rock, Myanmar   This week, we are excited to showcase the work of well-known scientist and underwater photographer Dr. Andrea Marshall. Andrea was the first person in the world to complete a PhD on manta ray ecology, and after years of studying the local ray populations in Mozambique, is now one of the leading marine field biologists in Southern Africa. She has been featured on National Geographic and…

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Nikon D780 vs D850 – Which Should You Buy? – Photography Article

[ad_1] Nikon D780 vs D850 – Which Should You Buy? With the release of the Nikon D780, many photographers are wondering how this camera compares to its big brother, the 45 MP Nikon D850. Although it is clear that the two cameras are aimed for different needs, the D850 has been available for a while now, so it can be purchased at a very reasonable price (especially used). The D850 has also established itself as one of Nikon’s best DSLRs…

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Nikon unveils the D780 full frame SLR camera :: Wetpixel.com – Underwater Photography Article

[ad_1] Nikon unveils the D780 full frame SLR camera :: Wetpixel.com by Adam Hanlon Tuesday, January 7th, 2020 At CES, Nikon has announced a successor to the D750 full-frame SLR camera. The D780 has a 24.5MP sensor, combined with the EXPEED 6 image processor, giving a native ISO range of 100 to 51,2000 autofocus is via 51 points, combined with the SF algorithm from the D5. It can shoot 4K UHD video at 30 fps with full-pixel readout and 10-bit…

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Hands on with the Canon 1DXMkIII – Time Lapse Photography Article

[ad_1] Hands on with the Canon 1DXMkIII The Canon EOS 1DXMkIII is Canon’s latest flagship DSLR camera. It is the absolute pinnacle of performance, speed and reliability in Canon’s lineup and I got my hands on one last month.Read on to find out what’s good and what’s bad about this new work horse. I’ve used the Canon 1DXMkII for almost 4 years now as my daily driver. It is an amazing workhorse, super reliable, lightning fast to operate, built like…

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Planox Stéréoscope Magnétique | André Ruiter Stereoscopy – Black & White Photography Article

[ad_1] Planox Stéréoscope Magnétique | André Ruiter Stereoscopy My collection contains a Planox Stéréoscope Magnétique table stereoscope for viewing 6×13 glass stereoviews. Special about this stereoscope is that it uses a magnetic pickup mechanism to load the stereoviews.A. PlocqThe Planox stereoscopes were built by Etablissements A. Plocq from Paris. The company was founded in 1895 by Alexandre Plocq and was located on Rue de Center, Les Lilas. They built both hand-held and table stereoscopes for 45×107, 6×13 and 7×13 glass…

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