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How to Expose Raw Files – Part 2

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This is Part 2 of an article published last week. For the best understanding, please read part one by clicking here. Last week, we talked a bit about how the camera exposes raw files and used an analogy of rainwater and buckets to explain that. Today, we’re going to dive into the topic more and […]

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How to Expose Raw Files – Part 1

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Throughout the two-century history of photography, the subject of exposure has been repeatedly addressed and hotly debated. In the film era, people talked about exposure and B&W’s negative development in two ways. At first, when most of the photography was done with sheets and plates, it was “expose for the shadows, develop for the highlights”, […]

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Finding the Best Wireless Flash Triggers

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There is no shortage of wireless trigger options for photography these days. Where once there were just a couple of brands, an industry has exploded into an overwhelming market of various triggers with several ‘special’ features depending on the brand. So how do you navigate through the noise to find the best and most practical […]

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How Your Camera and Image Processor Determine Colors

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Sometimes, people are talking about in-camera JPEGs, and it is possible to have a moderately fruitful discussion. How fruitful it might be depends on the definition of better. If better means more accurate, careful image analysis can yield objective insights. If better means, “what I like”, a meeting of the minds is far less likely.

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How Sports Leagues Build out Elaborate Instant Replay Systems

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Many sports started as a somewhat primitive idea – most involve a ball of some sort, catching and throwing, and added elements to make the game competitive and unique. However, in the last few decades, technology has made its way into professional sports in a big way. From coaches making plays on tablets instead of […]

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