How to Reduce Noise Using Smart Objects

A noiseless picture is something that photographers have sought after for ages. A decade ago, it was the limitations with ISO performance of sensors that made high ISO noise a…

Wildlife Photography Without a Supertelephoto

Even though my longest lens is a 70-200mm f/4, I’m still a big fan of wildlife photography. What’s not to like? Sitting around for hours without any luck, cursing your…

Recommended Nikon Z7 II Settings

The Nikon Z7 II is a second-generation mirrorless camera from Nikon aimed specifically at landscape, architecture and studio photographers who want as much resolution as possible. Although the Z7 II…

Gear from yesteryear: What does a 50-year-old lens look like at 46 Megapixels?

The Nikon Micro-Nikkor 55mm F2.8 was introduced back in 1979, just one year before the release of Nikon’s third professional SLR camera body, the F3. I don’t know when my…

DPReview TV: Sony a1 review

With Chris still in quarantine, Jordan becomes a one man camera reviewing machine. He takes us through the Sony a1 from top to bottom, then tells us what he thinks.…

5 Frames… Of social deprivation in the English West Midlands on Rollei RPX 400 and a Yashica Mat-124G – by Tim Baker

Growing up in the digital age, I took the leap into film photography a year ago shooting a roll of Rollei RPX 400 on a £5 Praktica. I hated how…

How to Create and Shoot Night Portraits

The post How to Create and Shoot Night Portraits appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Sean McCormack. If you limit your portrait photography to daylight, you’re…