Canon 24-70mm Comparisons

Lenses and Optics

Comparing Canon’s Best Mid-Range Zoom Lenses

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With their introduction into mirrorless six years ago, Canon has had one of the most aggressive lens development periods in photographic history – averaging over six lenses each year to help fill out their RF series lens lineup. While there are still some holes in their lineup (most notably only recently getting an RF 35mm […]

Equipment

Your Breakdown of Lens Filters

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We’ve talked about filters on the blog a few different times before – from Roger’s deep testing of the clarity levels of UV filters to my discussion on how to use ND filters to help balance natural and artificial lighting on location. But despite these years of articles about various filters, I noticed that we’ve […]

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First Impressions With the Hasselblad CFV 100C

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Hasselblad has certainly put its name in the ranks of legacy cameras – with over 180 years in the field of photography. From their work in manufacturing surveillance cameras during World War II, to their time on board the Apollo 8 – Hasselblad has found themselves at many of the significant moments in history over […]

Equipment

Your Guide to Backing Up Your Files

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Many years ago, I wrote an article on backing up photographic images. Quite a few bytes have flowed under the figurative bridge since then, and the original article is sufficiently obsolete as to be nearly useless. So, I’m going to take another crack at it, with liberal self-plagiarization from the original article. In chemical photography, […]

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A Basic Understanding of Color Theory

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If you’ve been a frequent reader of this blog, you’ve probably heard me tiptoe around color theory, and say that I’m not going to go into it further; as a post on color theory deserves a book or several college courses and not something a few paragraphs can do justice. However, it is a frequent […]

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