I've received a good number of inquiries as to my thoughts on on the Canon 5Ds and 5Ds R announcement. A good number of people confused if this is the 5D Mark IV and whether it's worth getting. It's tough not to froth at the mouth over 50 megapixels , but there are other things to consider. See my blog post linked above for my thoughts on the matter.
How likely are you to stray from Photoshop or Lightroom for a new photo editing solution? (FYI their beta is Mac only for now)
If Affinity Photo has what it takes I wonder how much faster innovation can be driven into Adobe products. To date they seem like they do a good job. Certainly Adobe brings the strength of integration across their products but at a cost (app size, cost, etc.) What do you think?
Stitching, auto-completion and stereographic projection to name a few things that will catch your eye.
Not your average gimbal head both in regard to features and cost. If you're looking to shave weight off your packed gear for remote trips this will be a must.
If I could figure out how to use & afford this in my outdoor photography work I would, but for now I'll just sit in awe of these behind the scene sequences.
It’s official the following can now be pre-ordered:
Canon 5DS DSLR
Canon 5DS R DSLR
Canon T6i DSLR
Beautiful looking, but sadly deadly.
The luminescence, also called Sea Sparkle, is triggered by farm pollution that can be devastating to marine life and local fisheries, according to University of Georgia oceanographer Samantha Joye.
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I'm a professional web marketer, photographer and author based out of San Francisco, California.
I am incredibly passionate about photography.
Much of my work falls in the genres of landscape, nature and travel photography.
My recent work and writing can be found on my blog at JMG-Galleries and I've recently released a new eBook titled Photographing the 4th Dimension - Time, featuring slow shutter & video techniques, the first of my new Inspired Exposure eBook series. Be sure to check it out.