Daily Archives: September 11, 2018

Nikon Z7 Field Report: Too Many Good Things to Not Like It

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Earlier this year I got a phone call from Japan asking whether I would be interested in working on yet another important global introduction campaign for a new Nikon product. As I very much enjoyed creating the Hercules Rising night time-lapse for the introduction of the Nikon D850, I said ...

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An 8-Hour Photo Walk Around New York City

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Early this September, I went up to New York City to photograph Teachers College, Columbia University’s new student orientation. While I was there, I had the opportunity to take some time for myself and walk around New York City, reminiscing about old times. I lived in New York for 5 ...

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Maui Wedding Venues ‘Screwing Us Over’, Photographers Say

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The Hawaiian island of Maui features some of the most picturesque wedding venues in the world, but some of those highly-sought-after venues are implementing policies that professional wedding photographers aren’t happy about. We spoke to five wedding photographers working in Maui who feel that certain guidelines and restrictions being put ...

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Deal Alert: Get 30% Off These Neewer Photo Products

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Here’s a deal alert that’s exclusive to PetaPixel readers: you can currently receive an extra 30% off a number of Neewer photography products on Amazon using special discount codes. Full disclosure: This article was sponsored by Neewer. Here are the items that are included in this promotion along with the ...

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X-Rite ColorChecker Video XL is Huge for Far, Wide, and Aerial Shots

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X-Rite has announced the ColorChecker Video XL, a huge color balance reference target that’s designed for long-distance, wide-angle, and/or aerial shots in which a smaller target just wouldn’t suffice. “The X-Rite ColorChecker Video XL is designed for those longer and wider shots when the space between your camera and subject ...

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