Fujifilm has announced the new GFX100, a 102-megapixel medium format mirrorless camera that the company calls “a game changer in digital camera technology and capability.” It’s the new flagship camera of the GFX line.
Ask any professional portrait photographer what artificial lighting they use for outdoor portraits, and the chances are good that many of them will respond by saying they use a monolight.
Monolights are ideally suited for outdoor portraiture because their light output is highly adjustable and their heads can be fitted with modifiers and other attachments to modify the light.
The problem with monolights is that they aren’t exactly lightweight, nor are they easy to carry around, especially once you have a modifier, light stands, and so forth in tow as well.
Besides, there’s a much cheaper option than using a monolight, and that, my friends, is a speedlight.
Want to shoot high-res photos and 4K video all day on a single microSD card? SanDisk just launched the world’s first 1 terabyte microSD card.
With a UHS speed class of 3 (U3) and a video speed class of 30 (V30), the card is ready to handle 4K UHD video recording.
The monstrous card features read speed of up to 160MB/s (“to save time transferring high-res images and 4K UHD video,” SanDisk says) and write speeds of up to 90MB/s (for fast shooting).
Negative space has been used for hundreds of years in art and design but is something that is comparatively unknown by many photographers. A lot of people don’t know what negative space is, but, used correctly, it can transform compositions to produce stunning results.
Samyang has just announced the new Samyang AF 45mm f/1.8 FE, an autofocus lens for full-frame Sony FE-mount mirrorless cameras.