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The version 2.6 of the free image editing software Gimp has been released. Gimp is a powerful and free alternative to Adobe Photoshop. It does not support all of Photoshop’s features but is still capable of many advanced image manipulation tricks. The biggest disadvantage is that Gimp does not yet support full 16bit editing, but […]
After the Sony Alpha 900 full frame digital SLR was announced yesterday, it has generated quite some discussion among digital photographers. Today a first field report was published at Luminous Landscape by Nick Rains. It’s a very interesting read and also compares Sony’s new DSLR to the Canon flagship model, the Canon EOS 1Ds Mark […]
If you are not sure which tripod and tripod head to buy, check out the following article by Italian nature photographer Juza: http://www.juzaphoto.com/eng/articles/tripods_and_heads.htm. It is a very good and detailed article about the various choices you can make when choosing a tripd and a tripod head. Be sure to also read the rest of Juza’s […]
Some photographers have pretty strong opinions about equipment. Some say that equipment does not matter at all and others tend to think that only with the newest and most expensive equipment can they get really god pictures. Both is nonsense! Let’s say you own a Nikon D60 and a 4/300 mm lens and you are […]
Photography expert Bob Atkins has just published a very interesting article about exposure, called All About Exposure. If you are still wondering what f-stops, shutter speed or the “Sunny f16 Rule” are all about, then read Bob’s article. It’s very interesting and easy to read.
John Esberg has written a great post on his blog with a very interesting list of features that are new in Lightroom Version 2. For me, the new Adjustment Brush alone is worth the upgrade, but if you are not sure if the upgrade is also worth it for you, check out John’s list. After […]