• Sunset In Palouse - By Kevin Raber
    Sony a7r II with Tamron 150-600mm lens at 360mm, 1/500th at f/8 ISO 160
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    Canon G3X at 350mm equivalent ISO 12
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    Olympus E-M5II 7mm 2 seconds at f/10 ISO 200
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DxO One Hands On Review

I have anxiously waited to try out the DxO One since it was first announced.  I always look forward to new and groundbreaking technology and the DxO One looked like it may be just that. The question is whether the DxO meets my expectations and fits your needs as well. Kevin Raber gives a brief [Read More]

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Circular Fisheye Photography

It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see. Henry David Thoreau 1 – Introduction Last year I wrote an essay about the Canon EF 8-15, f1.4 USM fisheye. You can read it on this site at this link: https://luminous-landscape.com/canon-8-15-fisheye-lens/   This previous essay was a first look at the possibilities offered [Read More]


Fall Foliage Time

My last New England fall trip was years ago.  I decided it’s time to head out again. It’s part of my new attitude – Get In The Car And Go. I’ll start a New England road trip on September 27 and work my way to Bar Harbor, Maine. I’ll spend 4 days in Bar Harbor [Read More]

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Giraffe Symphony - Namibia - A group of giraffes reflected on the waterhole of Okaukuejo during the night, Etosha National park, Namibia, Africa

Windows or Mirrors

Some time ago I attended an exhibition at the Hermitage Museum of Lausanne, Switzerland.  Under the enticing title of "Windows", a great number of paintings from artists like Matisse, Rothko and Magritte among others … [Read More...]

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Hand Held Focus Stacking

  A few weeks ago Kevin Raber, Luminous-Landscape’s publisher posted an article about focus stacking.  It was a great article and demonstrated Focus stacking in a studio environment with a tripod and … [Read More...]