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Wedding Photo Kits for Nikon and Canon | What’s In Your Bag?

Not too long ago, the two main options when it came to professional photography were Canon or Nikon, but in today’s environment photographers have a host of other options to choose from including Fuji, Sony, and even Olympus. That said, while there are many other options when it comes to selecting a system, Canon and Nikon remain prevalent for wedding photography.

As a wedding photographer, a few of the main reasons I chose Nikon for the base of my system was: the rugged nature of their cameras

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Photography Tips | How & Why To Use Flags

The studio is where photographers turn when they need ultimate control over their work. From the set to the light, it’s all you. Within the studio exists a set of equipment that is not exclusive, but is more commonly used there due to the chore of hefting everything around for location work. There is a whole world of lighting and grip equipment to explore, and one commonly overlooked, but supremely useful piece of gear is the humble flag.

When you want to learn studio techniques, Jay P. Morgan

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JPEG XS | The File Format Of The Future

The pattern of progress in technology is one that we’ve all become familiar with over the years. Our tech always gets stronger, smaller, faster, and more efficient. And as we begin to glimpse beyond the horizon of “what’s next”, the evolution of how that information is shared and experienced is coming into focus.

The Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) has recently revealed what the future of image compression

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JPEG XS | The File Format Of The Future

The pattern of progress in technology is one that we’ve all become familiar with over the years. Our tech always gets stronger, smaller, faster, and more efficient. And as we begin to glimpse beyond the horizon of “what’s next”, the evolution of how that information is shared and experienced is coming into focus.

The Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) has recently revealed what the future of image compression

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