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    Detu Twin 360-degree camera

    Will the 360-degree video format ever really catch on? The jury's still out, and it probably hinges on the extent to which virtual reality headsets take off. Realizing that videographers are hesitant about spending big money on 360-degree gear, Detu has come out with the Twin, a simple and affordable 360-degree camera aimed at casual […]

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    Save Time By Creating Import Presets

    If you start to realize you’re using the same settings fairly often when importing images, you can save a ton of time by creating an “Import Preset” with your settings already in place. That way, you don’t have to answer all the questions, and check all the boxes, and type in all the extra info […]

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    Lightroom “Double Spotlight” Trick

    Hey, gang and happy Friday. Here’s a quick little video tip on how to use the Radial tool to not only create a spotlight effect (that’s not really the trick), but to be able to add a 2nd spotlight, to light something else in your image, without turning off the effect of the first spotlight. […]

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    Top 10 Holiday Gifts for Under $100 | Photographer Wish List

    Today on The Slanted Lens, we are looking at the top ten affordable holiday gifts any photographer or videographer would love. Check it out! Platypod Max Camera Support: 2. Luxi Light Meter: 3. Lume Cube: 4. Wescott 50″ 5-in-1: 5. Rode smartLAV: Your browser does not support iFrame.    6. Polaroid Onestep2: 7. Blackrapid Sport: […]

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    Gorgeous Photos Taken in Fog

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    Understanding the Role of the Folders Panel: Part 2

    Continuing on from last week’s part 1 about the Folders panel … Find Your Folders and Photos on Disk It is very important for all Lightroom users to know how to find exactly where a given folder or photo resides on your drive from inside Lightroom. There are a few ways to identify where your […]

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    Setting New Defaults For Lightroom Classic’s Adjustment Brush

    Great little tip from the awesome Benjamin Warde on setting new defaults for any of Lightroom’s Local Adjustment tools. Very worth checking out (plus, the video, as always, is less than 60-seconds). That’s helpful to know. Thanks, Benjamin! Catch “The Grid” Tomorrow for more Holiday Gift Ideas! My guests are photographer Levi Sim and “Larry from […]

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    Fujifilm X-A3

    The Essential Review This is TechRadar's review summary, which gives you all the key information you need if you're looking for quick buying advice in 30 seconds – our usual full, in-depth review follows. The Fujifilm X-A3 is a great camera with a vintage-ish look that produces consistently good images.  Designed as step-up from both […]

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    How To Import Your iPhoto Library Into Lightroom Classic

    I get a decent amount of questions on this topic from folks on my Lightroom seminar tour – so much so I thought I’d cover TWO different methods for importing your iPhoto library into Lightroom here today (btw: it works pretty much the same for importing your Apple Aperture library). NOTE: This is for importing Apple’s […]

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    The Most Underrated Lens Everyone Needs

    If you had to peg one lens as the most underrated of them all, what would you pick? I know what my pick would be – the trusty Nifty Fifty. For my money, there’s just not a better buy than a 50mm lens. And you know who agrees with me? Peter McKinnon. In the video […]

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    The Best Landscape Photography Accessory Money Can Buy

    If you’re like me, you have a deep appreciation for landscapes and an undying passion for photographing them. And, also, if you’re like me, you have a ton of photography gear to get the shots you want. Some of that gear is absolutely essential, like your camera and a good complement of lenses, a tripod, […]

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    17 Mesmerizing Photos of the Northern Lights

    For my money, the Northern Lights is one of the best subjects a landscape photographer can capture with their camera. Unfortunately for people like me that live in Southern California, the Northern Lights isn’t something I get to see firsthand. But for people up north, it’s a regular show in the winter, and one that […]

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    Lightroom Classic User? Don’t Add Keywords on Mobile

    It’s definitely a “gotcha” for Lightroom Classic users like me. Remember when Adobe added the ability to add Keywords in Lightroom Mobile (now renamed “Lightroom CC”)? It was something longtime Lightroom mobile users had been begging for. The only problem is — if you’re a Lightroom Classic user, those keywords you add in mobile, don’t come […]

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    Quick and Easy Color Calibration

    Today on The Slanted Lens we’re looking at the easiest method out there for calibrating color in your shots. It’s the SpyderCUBE from Datacolor, and it is about to make editing your shots much easier! Using the SpyderCUBE The SpyderCUBE is a really easy way to ensure you have the right color balance and density […]