Tips & Techniques

Understanding aperture in photography is key to creating great photos. One of the most important considerations is the difference between “maximum aperture” and “minimum aperture.” You’ll constantly hear photographers use these terms, but they can sound like gibberish if you don’t have the right background knowledge. So, today, I’ll explain the importance of the maximum
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The Nikon Z 28mm f/2.8 Sometimes, a lens that’s enjoyable to use will find a permanent place in your bag, even if it has some optical flaws. That’s how I feel about the Nikon Z 28mm f/2.8, which is one of Nikon’s smallest and lightest lenses ever. I carried the Nikon Z 28mm f/2.8 around the
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When you say “wildlife photographer,” most people probably picture someone in camouflage clothing standing in the distance with a heavy telephoto lens on a tripod. There’s some truth to that stereotype, but it’s not the only type of wildlife photography. For years, I’ve enjoyed the wide-angle and even ultra-wide perspectives to make some more unusual
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For years, one of the biggest reasons to choose a mirrorless camera over a DSLR was to save weight. Not all of today’s mirrorless cameras follow that pattern – just look at the Canon EOS R3 and Nikon Z9 – but saving weight is still a high priority for many mirrorless photographers. That’s why I
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In this video you’ll discover how to use the Clone, Heal, and Content-Aware Remove healing modes in Lightroom Classic to quickly remove dust spots, imperfections and distracting elements in a photograph. Additional tips, tricks, and tutorials from Julieanne Kost can be found on her blog: https://jkost.com/blog #lightroom #adobe #lightroomtips #editingtutorial #lightroomtutorial #healingmodes #cloneinlightroom #healinlightroom Follow
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