BREAKING NEWS: Canon Announces New Full Frame Mirrorless (and I’m out at the launch event)
Sep05

BREAKING NEWS: Canon Announces New Full Frame Mirrorless (and I’m out at the launch event)

Aloha from Maui, Hawaii – we’re here for the launch of Canon’s just-announced full-frame Mirrorless camera, and I’ve got all the news, first impressions and stuff like that over on my blog today. Here’s the link: https://scottkelby.com/breaking-news-ca…orless-the-eos-l/ Also, we’re doing The Grid LIVE today from Maui! We’ve got the tech guys from Canon on the show tomorrow to answer your...

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Tamron’s New 28–75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD (Model A036): The Perfect Match for Mirrorless
Jun07

Tamron’s New 28–75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD (Model A036): The Perfect Match for Mirrorless

Sponsored Article The new Tamron standard zoom for Sony mirrorless full-frame cameras is light and small, checking in at 19.4 ounces and 4.6 inches, making it smaller than a soda can. Despite its bantamweight, this zoom delivers outstanding image quality, maximizing the capabilities of high-resolution, full-frame mirrorless cameras. The fast, constant f/2.8 aperture delivers stunning bokeh and allows portrait photographers to isolate...

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My Lightroom Tethering Rig From Top To Bottom
Jun30

My Lightroom Tethering Rig From Top To Bottom

It’s Friday, and we’re wrapping up what pretty much turned out to be “Tethering Week.” On Wednesday I did a tutorial on how to set up tethering from scratch for folks who are new to tethering, and seeing as I get lots of questions about the tethering rig I use, I thought I’d share a few Behind-the-Scenes shots from a studio shoot I did a a few months back (shots for an upcoming book), so I can break down...

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DIY hardware trick that gives you hardware control over Lightroom for less. MUCH less!
Jun14

DIY hardware trick that gives you hardware control over Lightroom for less. MUCH less!

Hardware boards that give you control over Lightroom’s function with real knobs and sliders (instead of using a mouse, or your keyboard, a tablet, etc.) have become more and more popular recently, and a blogger named Crispian Thorne was looking at buying one of the latest ones called, Loupedeck which bills itself as a “photo editing console.’ It looks like it might be really cool (it’s not shipping yet), but...

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Review of Backlit Keyboard Created For Lightroom Users
May10

Review of Backlit Keyboard Created For Lightroom Users

Review of a cool backlit keyboard custom designed for Lightroom users. It’s pretty cool.

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5 Tips For Using a Wacom Tablet With Lightroom
Jan06

5 Tips For Using a Wacom Tablet With Lightroom

This is one of those classic “best of” articles (from Matt) that was so good, and still so perfectly relevant, that I wanted to share it with all our new readers (and folks who missed it the first time around).

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