Home / 2020 / March / 18 (page 2)

Daily Archives: March 18, 2020

Shooting a Portrait with Light, Shadow, and Highlight

7ffe97_1c9fab7c61dc4f3c9fd62c3eb59031e4_mv2-533x800.jpg

Light, shadow, and highlight — this is always a great combination for creating portraits from a lighting point of view. This is the interesting part: changing the intensity of the highlight or the tone in the shadows while maintaining the exposure can produce a different feel to an image, from ...

Read More »

This is a 550W Off-Camera Flash Made for Your Smartphone

powerfulsmartphoneflashfeat-800x420.jpg

The Filipino electronics company Innovatronix has announced the CPFlash 550W: it’s the most powerful off-camera flash ever made for smartphone photographers and videographers. Purportedly the “first and only high power off-camera flash for your smartphone,” the flash boasts a whopping 550W of high-efficiency LED lighting, putting out 95000 lux at ...

Read More »

Leica Unveils Camera-Inspired Sunglasses with the ‘Finest Lenses’

leicashadeshead-800x430.jpg

Leica has announced a new “substantial partnership” with the Berlin-based eyewear brand MYKITA to create a new collection of photography-inspired sunglasses that bring Leica’s “finest lenses and optics” to your face. The handcrafted collection will launch with two designs, Hypebeast reports: one will feature pure stainless steel while the other ...

Read More »

Nikon D6 Delayed as Parts Held Up by Coronavirus Outbreak

nikond6delayfeat-800x420.jpg

Nikon announced today that its new D6 flagship DSLR will be delayed by at least two months due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak holding up critical parts. “As a result of delays in the procurement of parts and components from a third-party cooperating company due to measures implemented in response ...

Read More »

How the Kids Are Learning Photography on TikTok

tiktok-800x533.jpg

TikTok, the video-based social media app, usually conjures visions of teens mimicking the latest dance craze, but it’s probably better described as short attention span YouTube. In 2017, ByteDance, the Chinese-owned parent company of TikTok, acquired the Musical.ly app, which had gained a toehold with an under-18 demographic by becoming ...

Read More »