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Improve Your Architectural and Interior Photography with These Top 5 Pro Tips

If you're an aspiring architectural and interior photographer this one's for you. Have you ever found yourself frustrated with spending hours on-site photographing commercial or residential spaces, then staying up until 2 am in the editing dungeon, only to get lackluster results? Trust me, I’ve been there.

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Why You Should Sell Your Gear to a Reseller

Selling the gear you no longer use can be a great way to earn money back, whether you are putting that money towards new gear or simply trying to make a buck. Plus, there's no sense in unused gear sitting on a shelf collecting dust when someone else could enjoy it.

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Using Adobe Lightroom’s New AI Tools to Tell Better Travel Stories

For over a decade, Tiffany Nguyen has been traveling the world documenting the landscape, adventure, and culture in some of the most photogenic places. With Adobe’s recent announcement of a number of impressive new Lightroom Firefly-powered features, Lightroom Ambassador Nguyen revisited some of her favorite photos to give them a modern, Firefly-assisted, makeover.

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Get Ready for Your Summer Photo Adventures with ProMaster Tripods

It's that time of year again – where spring begins to give way to summer. Soon, the sun will be shining, the days will be getting longer, and it's time to start planning those summer photography trips and travels. As you prepare for your summer adventures, it's essential to have the right gear to make the most of your photography experiences. Tripods are a must have.

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My Take: How AI Image Editing Keeps Me Competitive in the Market

I'm Karlis, a professional photographer with 13 years of experience and a focus on weddings. I've been using AI image editing for over two years, during which I've tested various tools and now work with the German provider, Neurapix.

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ProMaster’s Light Attendant App Takes the Guesswork Out of Lighting

Lighting on cinematic photo or video production sets can sometimes be an overwhelming experience. While lighting companies continue to improve both the ease of use and quality of the light lights, mastering and adjusting the setups can take a lot of time, effectively slowing production to a halt when changes need to be made. Thankfully, creatives that leverage the power and simplicity of the ProMaster Light Attendant App can quickly and easily master all of their on-set lighting needs.

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The Ulanzi TT35 Hiking Tripod Offers Five-in-One Functionality

Ulanzi's latest release offers an ingenious design ideal for traveling and hiking photographers or those who like to keep their kit lightweight. The multi-functional design of the Ulanzi TT35 incorporates three hiking poles, a mini tripod, a full-sized travel tripod, and a selfie stick into one product, so each component serves a purpose when out in the field.

Photographing the Winter Wildlife of Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park is the oldest national park in the United States, having been established on March 1st, 1872. While Yellowstone is home to incredible landscapes and countless geothermal features such as Old Faithful Geyser and Grand Prismatic Spring, it is also a wildlife photographer’s paradise. This winter, OM SYSTEM Ambassadors Tiffany Taxis and Arthur Lefo visited Yellowstone in search of capturing incredible moments to add to their wildlife portfolio.

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The Godox V1 Pro Flash Offers Double the Light in Half the Space

The recently released $329 Godox V1 Pro is a round-head design speedlight that brings some subtle, and not-so-subtle updates to the already popular V1 system. The new flash adds features like an improved battery and charging system, the ability to take up to 100 continuous shots at full power, and it also has a detachable sub-flash for fill light use that effectively makes the system two lights in one.

The Best Photos from GuruShots’ ‘Water Wonders’ Challenge

GuruShots, the "World's Greatest Photo Game," has announced the winners of its "Water Wonders" challenge, which received thousands of entries and over 37 million votes. The "Top Photographer" winner of the contest is Fabiano Dos Santos of the United States (whose photo is seen above).

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How to Photograph the Solar Eclipse

The upcoming solar eclipse on April 8 is a highly anticipated event, in large part because it will be the last to cross over North America for 20 years. It is a special event to witness and photograph, though it does require planning and preparation.

Haukland 7-in-1 Parka Pro: The Ultimate All-Weather Jacket Set for Photographers

In the world of landscape and nature photography, capturing the perfect shot often requires venturing into harsh and unforgiving environments. Whether it's trying to stay warm in the biting cold or attempting to stay dry in frozen rain, photographers need gear that not only shields them from the elements but also enhances their ability to focus on their craft. Enter the Haukland 7-in-1 Parka Pro.

The Godox BFP Flash Projection Attachment is a Perfect Tool for the Discerning Creative

The Godox BFP Flash Projection Attachment is a $299 projection lens that allows users to create interesting, creative, and precise light and shadow patterns in their images with Bowens mount flash heads (optionally the BLP is available for continuous light sources). While it’s not the first system of its kind to hit the market, what makes this unit stand apart from the crowd is it has a 360° rotatable design, has significantly less light leakage, and supports Iris attachments from several other brands.

Unveiling the 2024 Thin Line Fest: A Fusion of Documentary, Music, and Photography

Tucked away in the artists’ enclave of Denton, Texas, Thin Line Fest is an artistic adventure filled with communal celebration and discovery. What started as a documentary film festival in 2007 is now a lively mosaic of artistic expression with seven music stages and multiple photography galleries.

On Safari: A Hands-On With the New OM System OM-1 Mark II

With the announcement of the OM SYSTEM OM-1 Mark II and the M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 150-600 F5.0-6.3 IS Lens, wildlife photography has never been more accessible. Professional wildlife photographer Andy Rouse recently used both on a wildlife safari in the Masai Mara, and he shares exclusively with PetaPixel his favorite images and initial impressions of the kit's wildlife performance.

5 Reasons Why Photographers Should Use Files.fm

Compared to other professions, photographers have it rough when it comes to the sheer quantity of equipment required. Not just physical equipment – cameras, lenses, flashes, tripods, light stands, and endless other accessories – but digital tools, too.

Thypoch Simera 28mm f/1.4 ASPH: Shipping Now

Since its official debut in September 2023, the Thypoch Simera full-frame 28mm f/1.4 has sparked a heated discussion among vintage lens enthusiasts due to its rarely-seen combination of 28mm focal length and fast aperture f/1.4 in this market. Its sibling, Simera 35mm started shipping in late November 2023, the manufacturer has ramped up efforts to scale up the production of 28mm as well. Finally, the queue of back orders for Simera 28mm ushers in the shipping period.

7 Tips To Improve Your Macro Photography

French photographer Emilie Talpin did not pick up her first camera until 2018 but within just a few years, she became both an OM SYSTEM Ambassador and a highly respected photo educator best known for her favorite photography genres: macro and nature.

8 Great Gifts for Photographers in the 2023 Holiday Season

While it might not yet look like a winter wonderland outside your home, the festive season's excitement is undoubtedly approaching fast. Mixing a bit of eggnog into your coffee could be the energizing secret to efficiently tackling holiday preparations like present wrapping and festive meal planning. As we welcome this season of heartfelt giving and cozy gatherings, our goal is to make your gift-shopping experience as effortless as can be.

Photographing Idaho’s Picturesque Sawtooth Mountains with Matt Suess

With each passing year, more photographers find themselves exploring the endless miles of pristine rivers, remote backroads, and stunning landscapes of Idaho. Even with the influx of tourism, Idaho still has plenty of solitude for those who seek it. OM SYSTEM Ambassador and photographer Matt Suess recently traveled to the state's Sawtooth Mountains in search of portfolio-worthy images and a distraction from an unexpected change in his personal life.

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vivo VISION+ Mobile PhotoAwards Celebrate the Joy of Humanity

The vivo VISION+ Mobile PhotoAwards 2023 celebrates the beautiful photography that users capture using their highly capable mobile devices. Just a few years after the inaugural VISION+ Mobile PhotoAwards in 2020, the contest has grown dramatically, with this year receiving over 210,000 submissions from over 80,000 photographers in more than 40 countries and regions worldwide.