Camera & Technology

Of The Complexities of Image Quality – Part I – the sensor itself.

November 13, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

Sensor Generations There are roughly four generations of ancient sensors from the Nikon D1, which many would call the first true DSLR, to what I’m


Camera & Technology

Of the complexities of image quality (Introduction)…

November 7, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

Introduction:     What is image quality, really? How much of it do we need? It’s not just resolution, although resolution plays some role. If we


Landscape & Environment

Capturing the Human Spirit

October 28, 2022 ·

Eileen Benjamin

The main focus of my two trips to Myanmar, also known as Burma, was to capture images that reflect the human spirit of a people


Techniques

Practical Considerations For Time-Lapse Photography (Revisit)

October 24, 2022 ·

Anna Possberg

                What are time-lapses? Since the documentary movies “Baraka” (Ron Fricke, 1992) and “Planet Earth“ (BBC, 2006) the magic of the time-lapses caught the attention of many photographers and


Landscape & Environment

The Nomadic Photography Life

September 27, 2022 ·

Sarah Marino

For many Americans, the life script looks something like this: finish schooling, work for years in an okay but not amazing job, fit in the


Camera & Technology

Fujifilm and Hasselblad (and Apple), Oh My…

September 10, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

We are entering what I used to call PhotoPlus season, although there hasn’t been a PhotoPlus Expo since 2019. We lost 2020 and 2021 to


Techniques

Street Photography in China

June 21, 2022 ·

Colin Jones

By Colin Jones (Editors note: While digital photography has had a massive evolution since the initial publishing of this piece, distinct stories and visions are


Photographer Profiles

The Most Important Strategies For Building Your Future-Proofed Portfolio

May 29, 2022 ·

Morden O'Hare

Landscape Photography: The most important strategies for building your future-proofed portfolio To quickly build a portfolio of landscape images that you are happy with and


Camera & Technology

The Question of Good Enough…

April 11, 2022 ·

Dan Wells

We have had three major introductions in the past month or so – cameras from OM System (it once was Olympus) and Panasonic, and a


Landscape & Environment

Egypt – Along the Nile (Rediscover)

April 5, 2022 ·

Don Whitebread

Captain Ayman Setting Sail Recent violence and unsettled politics in Egypt has turned one of the world’s most important and well visited historical areas into


Landscape & Environment

Improve Your Photography by Staying Longer

March 10, 2022 ·

Dennis Frates

I live in a very scenic part of the U.S. Within an easy day’s drive, I can set up my tripod just about anywhere in the


Young Boy who Asked to be Photographed

Meeting Moroccan Berbers (Rediscover)

January 5, 2022 ·

Louis Foubare

Morocco is like walking into another world for many people. In the big cities, one had to be discrete in how and who one photographed


Techniques

Contrasts

Positive Use Of Negative Space

December 30, 2021 ·

Angelo Ioanides

If you’ve been reading EV Mag for any significant length of time, chances are you’re familiar with my belief that the most critical ingredient for


Ethiopia and The Afar Region

October 30, 2021 ·

Michael Reichmann

A Photographic Expedition to Ethiopia By Michael Reichmann Complimentary Article This article documents a photographic expedition to Ethiopia during early December, 2015. It was organized


Photographer Profiles

Image Stories – Ramble On

July 10, 2021 ·

Ed Gordon

Led Zepplin ~ Ramble On This month, lots of images. I will not re-visit this period of my journey so get ready for a packed


Landscape & Environment

Image Stories~ Our Stories

July 3, 2021 ·

Ed Gordon

The before and after image screenshot that is shown here was taken in 2019 in Montenegro on an Explorelight workshop https://www.explorelightphotographyworkshops.com/     It is


PSB files and Lightroom – A Workaround (Rediscover)

June 28, 2021 ·

Wayne Fox

(Editors note: While Adobe has updated and some of these workarounds are rendered obsolete, many still use older versions and the approach here is still


Landscape & Environment

Japan’s Cultural and Wild Frontiers

April 14, 2021 ·

Blain Harasymiw

Every photography tour workshop itinerary offered has sunshine and rainbows written into it, but vital elements to any successful itinerary are planning and experience.  And


Techniques

INTRODUCTION TO FOCUS STACKING USING THE NOVOFLEX CASTEL-MICRO MOTORISED FOCUSING RAIL By Robert Thompson

March 22, 2021 ·

Robert Thompson

INTRODUCTION Since the evolution of digital photography, advancements in software development have seen many new techniques and workflow improvements become available. It is now possible


Techniques

FIELD NOTES FOLLOW-UP: BEHIND THE SCENES

December 22, 2020 ·

nicktaylor

Looking back on the 8-episode documentary series I made for the Luminous Landscape. Over the last eighteen months Luminous Landscape has published a series of


Techniques

LUMINOSITY & CONTRAST – A New Reality: By Alister Benn

October 19, 2020 ·

Josh Reichmann

By the autumn of 2016 I was so disillusioned with landscape photography, I was nearly ready to quit. Probably the two things that stopped me


Camera & Technology

Essential Gear for the Traveling Photographer

September 23, 2020 ·

Peter Dulis

Every picture tells a story and I’m passionate about telling stories and sharing my travel experiences through my landscape and travel photography websites. Quite often


Photographer Profiles

Early September News and the start of the Great Luminous Landscape Lens Test

September 12, 2020 ·

Dan Wells

There was an important court case decided recently, one that holds substantial ramifications for photographic gear, especially cheap third-party batteries, but also other items that


Landscape & Environment

Panoramic Photography: The Psychological Power

January 20, 2020 ·

David Osborn

Panoramic photography can create photographs with a psychological quality no other format can. Satisfy the logical side of our brain that we are seeing something


Techniques

Blue Hour in a Zen Meditation Forest

January 6, 2020 ·

Blain Harasymiw

Blue Hour in a Zen meditation forest with camera in hand at the base of Mt. Fuji, and I was awoken out of my slumber


Techniques

A sturdy base and some light – part 2 of a series of short reviews.

December 20, 2019 ·

Dan Wells

1.) Camera Support equipment (Robus, Oben and Arca-Swiss). Camera support is a longer topic, and much of this equipment will be revisited in more depth


Techniques

Chasing The Light & The Photographer’s Mindset

November 11, 2019 ·

Blain Harasymiw

Photographers have been chasing the light since the 1820s when Nicephore Niepce successfully recorded an image using camera obscura. Before Nicephore Niepce, there were pioneers


Landscape & Environment

Artificial Light for Nature Photography

October 25, 2019 ·

Przemyslaw Ziemacki

Photography is about playing with photons, at least in terms of conventional photography. Whereas in nature photography, with the exception of some underwater shots, it


Landscape & Environment

The Beginner’s Mindset

August 28, 2019 ·

Blain Harasymiw

Without the beginner’s mindset, I would have missed the opportunity to capture a once in a lifetime photo. Most people don’t practice The Beginner’s Mindset


Camera & Technology

Creative Photographs: Tourist Locations

May 15, 2019 ·

David Osborn

The Key is Aesthetic Skill. How many times do you walk away from a scene saying ‘I couldn’t see a good picture? The tourist location


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