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How Modern Camera Shutters Work

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There seems to be some confusion on the issue of how modern camera shutters work. I’m going to try to clear some of that up in this post. Some caveats: There are variations among camera manufacturers that I’m going to gloss over. This applies to CMOS sensors that employ at least one analog-to-digital converter per […]

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Comparing AI-Generated Headshots with Real Headshots

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I’ve talked a lot about AI on this blog over the years – from discussing how it will change the industry, to implementing AI-based tools to better your workflow. In short, I’m pretty terrified of what AI is going to do to budgets and jobs in general in both the photography and videography spaces. And […]

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Building a Photo or Video Studio on a Budget

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Having a photography studio can help elevate your photography work, and your brand image considerably, but what comes with a fresh photography studio is an immense amount of expenses. Because of this, you’ll find a lot of photographers who work exclusively on location – offering their sessions at local parks or public spots. But you […]

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First Impressions With the Fujifilm GFX 100 II

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These last few months have had a lot of really exciting camera announcements – from the Sony a9 III to the Nikon Zf – but one of them piqued my interest more than the rest – the Fuji GFX 100 II. For longtime followers of this blog, you probably know that my work is primarily […]

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Do Recent Advancements in Upscaling Make the Megapixel Race Obsolete?

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If you’ve been in the photography world for any amount of time over the last 15 years, you’ve probably heard the term ‘megapixel race’. Starting back in the early 2000s with the dawn of digital photography, the megapixel race was the race in which each manufacturer of cameras, from point-and-shoots, to DSLRs, to smartphones, competed […]

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