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Zhiyun-tech.com Smooth R Gimbal for GoPro and Smartphones

Show Notes:

More Photos: 8x more people taking photos now than 10yrs ago

Announced: Tokina AT-X SD 14-20mm f/2 PRO IF PRO DX

2015 National Geographic Photo Contest

Autonomous Lily Drone Delayed: Or, Why Pre-ordering Undeveloped Tech Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be

The Photographer’s Oil Collective Commissions a Talented Painter to Recreate Your Photo

 

Best 9 Instagrams of 2015:

2015bestnine.com/photorectoby

2015bestnine.com/christinabernales

Photos from Space:

www.nasa.gov/feature/top-15-earth-images-of-2015

 

Your Favorite photos of 2015 can be viewed at

Segment One

Segment Two

Segment Three

Segment Four

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 The last I will say about the Sony a9 has just gone live - watch at http://photorec.tv/a9 Captured with the Sony a9 and 24-70 f/2.8 G Master Lens f/2.8 and 1/2500 second Not a PRTV Member? You will miss the truth behind this image shared later today on my live show - Join and watch http://photorec.tv/join
 Watching the light play across Bridal Veil Falls #YosemiteNP with #mckaylive Captured with the #Lumix GH5 and 12-35 f/2.8 lens. #lumixLounge
 Adventure awaits ahead Captured in #YosemiteNationalPark on a #Mckaylive trip Captured with the #Lumix GH5 and 12-35 f/2.8 lens. #lumixLounge


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2 COMMENTS

  1. Getting better in 2015: started shooting in manual mode — at last! I feel I have better control of exposure that way. The Fuji X-T10 camera pushed me in this direction.

  2. I liked Christina’s comment regarding the photographers who have the patience to wait and wait for the ‘just right’ shot — it occurs to me that this same set of ‘true’ photographers also have spent a lot of time learning their gear so that they know exactly how to get the best out of it.

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