Modern post-processing technology allows us to drastically alter or even fundamentally change images, and this has created entirely new ethical questions about the boundaries of digital manipulation in different genres. This great video features a seasoned photographer discussing his thoughts on the matter and how different situations change those boundaries.
Tokina to add new cinema lens to zoom lineup.
Tokina Cinema has introduced the 25-75mm T2.9 cinema lens, which is being designed to match the 11-20mm T2.9 and 50-135mm T2.9 MKII zooms. The trio of optics will cover focal lengths from 11 to 135mm, which is fitting for episodic or documentary work as well as films.
The 25-75mm will cover Super 35 sensors up to a 36mm image circle. Tokina says, “the larger 36mm image circle enables native coverage of RED Helium 8K, RED Dragon 6K, RED Monstro 6K, Alexa LF in 4K UHD, as well as popular cinema and mirrorless cameras from Canon, Blackmagic Design, and Panasonic in 4K DCI or 4K UHD.”
A good wide angle lens is a fantastic and versatile tool that can help you create all sorts of interesting images, but they can also be quite expensive. However, when you dive into the world of vintage lenses, there are quite a lot of great deals to be had. This great video features three awesome vintage wide angle lenses, all of which you can buy for under $100 on the used market.
Whether you like it or not, vertical video is quickly becoming a more popular format. With more and more people using their mobile devices as their main means of entertainment and information consumption, vertical video is becoming a natural means of delivering content, though it takes a different way of thinking, particularly since most professional devices are designed for horizontal creation. This great video will give you eight tips to improve your vertical videos.
You might think that Photoshop is the place for more advanced edits, and while that is generally true, it often surprises people just how much you can get done using only Lightroom. This excellent video will show you five great editing tricks to take your images further when working in Lightroom.
Scientists are constantly capturing the devastating effects of environmental decline all over the world. However, doing so underwater has always proven to be a challenge. In the latest documentary binge watch, a team has successfully shown just how the world below the surface is declining at an advanced rate.
We all may have dived down the inter-web wormhole to find that elusive cinema lens—a time-consuming process. With Lensfinder.com, inter-web lens hunting becomes a whole lot easier. Lensfinder.com is a gear specific website for photographers, cinematographers, and anyone looking to buy or sell new, used, vintage and boutique lenses, cameras, and filters.
Lensfinder wants the buying and selling of quality lenses and cameras to be easy and affordable. The big news from Ryan Avery of Lensfinder.com surrounds the fees. Usually, eBay and other eCommerce sites charge a small fee when selling an item. Lensfinder no longer charges a listing fee or any fee on an item sold or bought. Lensfinder.com is free. Yes, free. FREE. F.R.E.E, free.
Now, understand standard PayPal fees do apply if you use PayPal checkout option built into Lensfinder.com. If you want to arrange payment in person with a buyer, be safe first, but that is free, too, obviously.
Why turn to Lensfinder.com over sites like eBay? Well, Lensfinder.com is dedicated to the selling and buying of cinema lenses, cameras, and filters. eBay can be a wild free for all of a marketplace with such an expansive selection of products for sale, finding what you want can become difficult. Lensfinder.com hopes to streamline and speed up your lens hunts.
I enjoy the challenge of bird photography quite often. There are many techniques one must learn to be able to be good at it. Not only are the images stunning, but there’s a great sense of satisfaction when you capture a difficult shot.
The page offers a countdown to the May 26 release date and shows a silhouette of a compact camera with a side-flip-out screen attached to what looks to be a tripod or grip, There also appears to be a windscreen-covered microphone atop the camera system.
Aside from the above statement on the page, as well as links to Sony’s social media profiles, no other information is given.