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Canon Confirms Key EOS R5 Specs to ‘Shut Down Speculation’


Canon Australia has just published an aggressive press release that means to “shut down speculation” from detractors who think specs like 8K video are “a fantasy” that will be characteristically crippled by the camera brand. When Canon announced the development of the EOS R5, the main response from the majority ...

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8th Grader vs Pro Photographer: The Ultimate Portrait Shootout


Portrait and fashion photographer Jessica Kobeissi recently decided to host what we’ll playfully call “the ultimate portrait shootout” on her YouTube channel. The contestants? Herself—a professional photographer—and an 8th grader named Hudson. Okay, so this isn’t as ridiculous of a comparison as it might seem on the surface. Kobeissi’s competition ...

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In-Depth Breakdown Shows How to Properly Weather-Seal a Camera


Dave Etchells over at Imaging Resource has released a fantastic breakdown the dives deep on exactly how camera makers—Olympus specifically—go about properly weather-sealing their cameras. In keeping with Etchells’ reputation, this video is the most comprehensive overview of the topic that we’ve ever seen. The video was created in collaboration ...

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Three Ways to Use RGB Lights in Your Portrait Work


RGB LEDs are a relatively new piece of technology, and a wonderful addition that photographers should be taking advantage of. Before this technology existed, we were forced to resort to adding gels to our strobes in order to add a pop of color into our images. This worked well (and ...

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Canon Working On High-Res EOS R with 80+ Megapixel Sensor: Report


Canon is reportedly working on a high-megapixel full-frame mirrorless EOS R camera. The camera, which is allegedly already being tested IRL by a select group of photographers, is said to boast an image sensor around 80-90 megapixels of resolution on offer. These rumors began last week, when Canon Watch cautiously ...

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