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Digital PhotoDigital Photo

Digital Photo December 2015

Digital Photo explores the exciting world of digital photography and technology. Every issue features the latest news, step-by-step instructions, evaluations of the latest equipment, photography tips from the pros and more.

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United States
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Madavor Media, LLC
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ben moon made the switch

(Ben Moon)For more than a decade, Ben Moon was a Canon DSLR shooter, but he was inspired to seek out a smaller and lighter system because he wanted something less cumbersome and obtrusive. The compact size and low weight are immensely helpful on mountain climbing assignments, and the low-key nature of a small camera works well in portrait situations when a daunting DSLR might “change the vibe.” A friend convinced Moon to try Sony’s a7 series on a shoot in Norway. Not long into the trip, Moon knew he was done with his DSLRs.“We were all camping in the van one night,” he says, “when we didn’t have room to pitch a tent. And I just shot a few fisheye frames in the van with both cameras [the a7S and…

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5 tips i would give new photographers

1. SHOOT WIDE FOR MORE IMPACT For most of us, the images we take today with our digital cameras and cell phones are headed online to places like social media and photography websites. When you post your photos, you want them to have the biggest impact possible. The secret to that is shooting wide. That’s right. Keep your camera horizontal. Don’t turn it vertically and shoot tall because those tall shots will appear puny on the page. They’ll look more like large thumbnails because of the way most websites are designed. Your tall image will only get around 40 percent of the space a wide image will, which means your tall image has only 40 percent of the impact. 2. FOR COLOR TO LOOK GREAT,…

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Riders racing ostriches is a common sport in Africa. It’s still not exactly clear how it arrived in Virginia City, Nevada. See more of Sol Neelman’s “Weird Sports” images in this issue’s “View.” (PHOTO BY SOL NEELMAN)When it comes down to it, photography is all about capturing light, but it’s how you capture that light that makes a difference.An image that’s captured with a glass-plate process will look different than one that’s captured digitally, even if a glass-plate filter has been applied. A photo that’s captured with a 35mm full-frame sensor will look different than one that’s captured with film. An APS-C digital sensor will create a different image than a Micro Four Thirds sensor, and so on.Likewise, technique plays a huge part in a photograph. Take a body of…

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introducing blackmagic ursa mini, the lightweight super 35 4.6k digital film camera with 15 stops of dynamic range!

Introducing URSA Mini, a handheld Super 35 digital film camera with an incredible 4.6K image sensor, global shutter and a massive 15 stops of dynamic range! The super compact and lightweight design is perfectly balanced, making it comfortable enough for all day shooting. URSA Mini lets you shoot at up to 60fps, features a 5" foldout viewfinder, dual RAW and ProRes recorders, and more! Incredible 4.6K Sensor URSA Mini can capture images at a resolution and dynamic range that goes well beyond that of traditional motion picture film so you can shoot your own epic, cinematic masterpiece! You can capture images up to 4608 x 2592, which is larger than 4K DCI, with 15 stops of dynamic range so you get incredibly clean pictures with amazing detail in everything from…

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Cupid Undie Run, Austin, Texas. Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, 28mm at f/3.2, 1/800 sec., ISO 640 Extreme Barbie Jeep Racing involves adults racing toy vehicles down a dirt track. Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L USM, 35mm at f/6.3, 1/3200 sec., ISO 800 During Rally in the Valley, an annual off-road retreat in Arkansas full of races and stunts, a truck gets stuck while mudding and requires a tow. Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L USM, 35mm at f/7.1,1/2000 sec,. ISO 400 Hundreds of warriors gather for playful combat at the annual Lightsaber Battle NYC. Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L USM, 35mm at f/1.8, 1/200 sec., ISO 4000 Utah Undie Run. Folks stretch out before the run to the…

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CANON 120 MP DSLR AND CINEMA EOS SYSTEM 8K CAMERA Canon has announced the development of two new impressive cameras, a 120-megapixel DSLR and the Cinema EOS System 8K camera. The Cinema EOS 8K enables input and output for 8K video content, plus 8K to 4K down-conversion and 4K cropping. The camera is being developed with a Super 35mm-equivalent CMOS sensor, as well as a body size that allows for outstanding mobility and increased levels of operability. Additional features include a frame rate up to 60 fps with 13 stops of dynamic range and a wide color gamut. Its EF mount will offer compatibility with most of the EF lens lineup. The Canon 120-megapixel DSLR will feature more than double the resolution of Canon’s 50.6-megapixel EOS 5DS and…

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