One of Israel’s sources of pride is the enormous number of inventions and innovations that have taken root on its soil over 63 years — despite challenges of geography, size and diplomacy.
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Shooting RAW vs JPEG is a question that every photographer faces at some point. There are many articles out there that cover the topic from the basics of size and quality, to all of the advanced technical details regarding color bits per channel, compression, firmware DCT processing, etc.
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Is an image good? Bad? Ugly? Beautiful? Art? Everybody has an opinion, and those are based on the expectations formed by the biases created as a result of one’s own existence and experiences. What is considered beautiful in one culture may be hideous in another, or unremarkable.
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It seems that Sony enjoys putting amazing technology in as many of its cameras as possible. It doesn’t matter if it is a high-end or entry-level product, or if it is a professional interchangeable-lens camera or a compact camera. Sony likes to impress.
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Internationally published photojournalist, Rick Friedman will be at the B&H Event Space teaching you all about portable lighting techniques that have enabled him to capture his on location, award winning imagery around the world.
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Louis Pasteur famously said that “chance favors the prepared mind.” This statement definitely applies to photography, as there is always an element of chance, with the odds of success growing with preparation.
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You’re spinning through our solar system on a gorgeous blue marble which offers jaw dropping views of an astronomical phenomenon we call The Milky Way.
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It’s a sad day for owners of Adobe’s Creative Suite 6, as the company announces its upcoming Camera Raw 9.1.1 update will be the final version available for the software.
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