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 Saturday, October 14, 2017
A beautiful specimen of one of my favorite animals sings one of my favorite songs under my favorite lighting conditions in Rocky Mountain National Park.
 
I was recently privileged to spend a week chasing Rocky Mountain elk around Colorado with a big lens. For this trip, I based in a small rental cottage just west of Estes Park, CO. Each morning before daylight, I drove the short distance Moraine Park on the east side of RMNP. Upon arrival at the park's huge meadow, I pulled over, turned off the SUV and listened for the awesome sound of elk bugling.
 
With the large number of these animals located in and around the huge Moraine Park meadow, locating a bull was not often a problem. However, it didn't take long to figure out that multiple bulls bugling in close proximity made for the best action during this peak rutting period.
 
Upon locating a number of bulls (and when the 7:00 AM park service meadow curfew lifted), I began to approach the targeted animals from the direction the sun was going to rise. While the majority of the other photographers simply photographed from along the road, I found that hiking into the meadow, often 1/2 mile or more, produced a higher number of images I liked. Reasons for the better images including the ability to approach at a better light angle, better alignment of the background and the option to get a better height with an eye-level camera position generally being preferred.
 
While I came away from this trip with thousands of keeper-grade elk images, it has been difficult to select down to just a few standouts to share with you. Here is why this one stands out to me:
 
First, the sun had just crested the mountain behind me, meaning that this was the warmest-colored light the meadow would see. That light was from directly behind me, meant that shadows were minimized and the low sun angle easily created a strong catchlight in the elk's eye, adding some life to the subject. With clouds shading the background, the sun-lit subject becomes even more eye-catching.
 
That I can almost hear the body position is yet another reason. With the large, symmetrical antlers laid back and the mouth wide open, this elk is obviously bugling. The side-on body position with the head turned just slightly toward the camera usually works ideally. Some frost and golden grasses surrounding the elk with some fall colors in the strongly-blurred background round out the reasons this image became one of my favorites.
 
A larger version of this image is available on Flickr.
Post Date: 10/14/2017 8:16:00 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Friday, October 13, 2017
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Post Date: 10/13/2017 2:21:17 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
To celebrate Friday the 13th, the Canon Store is offering a $13.00 discount on accessory purchases of $25.00 or more when you use the discount code UNLUCKY at checkout. Orders of $100.00 or more get free shipping.
 
Get a few extra lens caps, a lens hood or a lens case and enjoy the savings!
Posted to: Canon News
Post Date: 10/13/2017 1:51:33 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
From the Canon Digital Learning Center:
by Andrea Barbier
 
We shoot pictures with the best intentions of printing and distributing them, making art or books, or even just updating family photos… I’m certainly guilty of filing folder after folder away on external hard drives to be revisited ‘when I have more time.’ Even diligently doing all of the aforementioned things, there are still mountains of images that never see the light of day. A fresh approach to printing can inspire you to output more images, different types of images, and provide a perfect jump-start for your creativity. Here are some simple and delightful alternative photographic processes that will inspire you to get your images on paper.
See the entire article on the Canon Digital Learning Center.
Posted to: Canon News
Post Date: 10/13/2017 12:57:25 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Thursday, October 12, 2017
by Sean Setters
 
One great thing about the digital revolution is that it made high quality photography accessible to a large number of people. A bad thing about the digital revolution is... well, the same.
 
With so many people pursing photography as a career or a side job, it can be extremely difficult to get a foot-hold even in your own local market. It's certainly understandable why other local photographers could be perceived simply as competition, and therefore, interactions with those photographers avoided.
 
However, the photographers living around you can be great assets. Let me explain.
 
A couple of years ago I moved from middle Tennessee to Savannah, Georgia. I lost all of the regular clients that I had built up over a lifetime of living in a relatively small town. Not long after moving here, however, I met a local Savannah photographer who invited me to join a closed Facebook group comprised of photographers in the area.
 
At first, I didn't really see much of a point in joining, but I soon did. I eventually learned of multiple local Facebook groups devoted to photography, each organized for slightly different goals (I'm now a member of 3 of them). Benefits of joining the local photographers' Facebook groups included:
 
  • Photographers frequently have "destashes," selling off props from their studios. Want inexpensive newborn outfits for photo shoots? Done.
  • Photographers oftentimes share suggestions on places to shoot and may even offer to lend equipment if you're in a pinch.
  • Photographers will regularly advertise second shooting or filmmaking opportunities for weddings they've agreed to cover.
  • And last but not least, photographers will routinely refer clients to other photographers in the area when they can't service an interested client's needs.
I've personally gotten a couple of jobs from referrals generated by one of the local photographers' Facebook group (one with a well-known broadcasting company, no less). If you find photographers referring clients regularly in your area's photographers' Facebook group, you may want to set your Notifications to "All" so you can be the first to respond to availability inquiries.
 
Those living in moderately populated areas are more likely to have already-established photography groups on social media, although, like Savannah's, they may be closed. Therefore, you may need to attend popular events in your area to find other photographers who are already a member of such groups (it's pretty easy to strike up a conversation about photography). And if you find that there isn't a Facebook group for photographers in your area, start one. It may take time for your community to grow, but the benefits will most likely be worth the effort.
 
Of course, Facebook isn't the only way to socialize with other photographers. Even many small towns have photography clubs that meet on a monthly basis, and joining a photography club can have many of the same benefits of Facebook groups (though with less immediate, widespread communication). Regardless of you method of touching base with other photographers in your area, doing so can be very beneficial from a social – and economic – perspective.
Post Date: 10/12/2017 10:51:54 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
For those Instagram users who utilize DSLRs and typically edit images on a desktop/laptop computer, publishing post processed images to instagram has always been... a pain. Because Instagram was designed for mobile devices, those who prefer to use dedicated photo equipment had to jump through hoops to get their imagery on the popular photo sharing social platform.
 
Finally, there's a really simple way for us to post to Instagram – Windowed.
 
The open source application, available for Windows and Macintosh, is a stripped-down browser for desktop operating systems which emulates a mobile browser. As such, Instagram is more than happy to accept uploads from Windowed.
 
From the Windowed website:
How does it work?
 
Simple! Instagram already provides the functionality to upload photos through a web browser, but sadly this feature is locked to mobile web browsers only. Windowed overcomes this issue by pretending to be a mobile browser, allowing you to visit the Instgram mobile website directly from your Mac or Windows PC.
 
*All of your interactions including login are done directly with Instagram, Windowed is simply a tool that lets you access the Instagram mobile website. We don't have access to your account so you don't have to worry about giving a 3rd party your account information.
*We are not associated with Instagram and do not claim to be. Windowed is a web browser.
I installed the software yesterday and quickly realized it was the best method for uploading to Instagram that I've come across; it's simple and efficient. The newest photo on my Instagram feed (seen above) was posted using Windowed. You can learn more about the program here. Be sure to send the developer a few dollars (through the Donate button) if you find the software helpful. [Sean]
 
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Post Date: 10/12/2017 7:08:14 AM CT   Posted By: Sean

 
Superior Image Quality, Interchangeable Lenses, and a New Color System Deliver Complete Creative Freedom
 
October 11, 2017 – DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, today introduced the Zenmuse X7, the world’s first Super 35 digital film camera optimized for professional aerial cinematography. Designed to work seamlessly with the DJI Inspire 2 drone, the Zenmuse X7 delivers superior image quality, interchangeable lenses, and a new DJI Cinema Color System for post-production to give film and video professionals more creative freedom.
 
“The Zenmuse X7 offers everything professional content creators need to make their aerial footage as stunning and vivid as they demand,” said Paul Pan, Senior Product Manager at DJI. “From the large Super 35 sensor to a new mount, lenses, and color system, the Zenmuse X7 gives cinematographers and professional photographers an unmatched set of tools that work seamlessly with the DJI Inspire 2 drone to capture high-quality footage that is easily integrated into projects shot with industry-leading handheld cameras.”
 
Greater Expressive Freedom
 
The Zenmuse X7 is equipped with a Super 35 video sensor featuring 14 stops of dynamic range for more detail in low-light conditions. Its low-noise image capture enhances grading flexibility by preserving details in both highlight and dark areas while enabling a shallow cinematic depth of field.
 
To meet the rigorous requirements of filmmakers and television production professionals, the Zenmuse X7 captures the highest image resolutions ever for an integrated drone camera. It is capable of shooting 6K CinemaDNG RAW or 5.2K Apple ProRes at up to 30 FPS, as well as 3.9K CinemaDNG RAW or 2.7K ProRes at up to 59.94 FPS to integrate seamlessly into industry-standard post-production workflows.
 
Enhanced Imaging Potential
 
The Zenmuse X7 uses a dedicated aerial mount system, the DJI DL-Mount, featuring an ultra-short flange focal distance to carry prime lenses optimally. Available with focal lengths of 16 mm, 24 mm, 35 mm, and 50 mm, each lens has a maximum aperture of F/2.8 and is crafted out of carbon fiber, making them durable and lightweight for high-performance aerial cinematography with the DJI Inspire 2 drone.
 
To allow for advanced setting adjustment and fine-tuning, the 16mm lens is equipped with a built-in ND 4 filter, and the 24 mm, 35 mm, and 50 mm lenses feature a mechanical shutter.
 
Higher Flexibility in Post-Production
 
DJI has also introduced a new DJI Cinema Color System (DCCS) making the Zenmuse X7 an asset on every film set for movies, TV series, commercials, documentaries, and more.
 
“For the Zenmuse X7, we took our color science to the next level,” continued Pan. “We consulted the world leading authorities in color science, Technicolor. With their guidance, our engineers developed an optimized curve for the X7 allowing more latitude without sacrificing image quality.”
 
DCCS features a new D-Log Curve and D-Gamut RGB color space to give more flexibility and color options during the post-production process. The D-Log further extends the dynamic range, while the D-Gamut RGB color space preserves more color information to support the most demanding filmmaking scenarios, providing accurate color for quick and easy post-processing.
 
The new EI Mode mimics the way a film camera works to help cinematographers capture as much information as possible in every scene while balancing the dynamic range and noise with different log curves for more flexibility during the post-production process.
 
The Zenmuse X7 gimbal system weighs just 631 grams with the 16 mm lens. The DJI Inspire 2 has a flight time of up to 23 minutes with the Zenmuse X7.
 
Price and Availability
 
The Zenmuse X7 camera is priced at $2,699 USD. The 16 mm, 24 mm and 35 mm lenses will be available for $1,299 each, and the 50 mm for $1,199. Customers can purchase the Zenmuse X7 prime lens combo including all 4 lenses for $4,299. The Zenmuse X7 will start shipping in early November 2017 from DJI Authorized Dealers worldwide.
 
B&H will carry the DJI Zenmuse X7.
Post Date: 10/12/2017 6:36:01 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
From the LensRentals Blog:
 
I posted an article about circular polarizing filters recently, letting you see some data I obtained for Lensrentals when they were reviewing which of the polarizing filters were among the best. I concluded that they all polarized light really well. I also said that none of the CPs I tested seemed to cause optical problems at 200mm and under, that some transmitted more light than others, and that you could tell that just by looking at them.
 
Which brings me to Roger’s First Rule of This Blog.
Rule #1: I am not responsible for what someone else says I said. If I say something wrong, I’ll correct it. If they say I said something I didn’t say to drive some click-bait, THEY said it. Not me.
A bunch of people wanted hardness tests, scratch resistance tests, light scattering tests, torque tests, and a 5-year failure rate. I want a pony to ride on my yacht. Sadly, none of the above is happening.
 
A whole lot of other people asked me to test something out of the price range I was examining; mainly they wanted to see how inexpensive filters did. That was reasonable, so I bought a couple of inexpensive CP filters and repeated the tests on them. You will need to look at the last article on the $100-$200 range filters to get some perspective before looking at this.
 
See the entire blog post on the LensRentals Blog.
 
If you're looking to rent gear in the near future, LensRentals is an excellent choice. To support this site, navigate to the appropriate product review and click the Rent button.
Post Date: 10/12/2017 6:24:39 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Think Tank Photo has many discounted items available in its outlet center. See below for more information.
 
Think Tank Photo Outlet Center Deals
 
ProductOrig.
Price
SavingsOutlet
Price
Discount
Artificial Intelligence 17 V3$64.75$25.75 $39.00 40%
Citywalker 10$129.75$29.75 $100.00 23%
Citywalker 30$164.75$44.75 $120.00 27%
FPB Session Backpack$149.75$30.00 $119.75 20%
Helipak For Dji Inspire$339.75$190.00 $149.75 56%
Lily Deanne Lucido$199.75$79.90 $119.85 40%
Lily Deanne Mezzo$249.75$99.90 $149.85 40%
Lily Deanne Tutto$299.75$119.90 $179.85 40%
Low Rider Strap$31.75$12.00 $19.75 38%
My 2nd Brain 11 (Mist Green)$84.75$49.75 $35.00 59%
My 2nd Brain 13 (Harbor Blue)$94.75$44.75 $50.00 47%
My 2nd Brain 13 (Mist Green)$94.75$44.75 $50.00 47%
My 2nd Brain 15 (Harbor Blue)$99.75$44.75 $55.00 45%
My 2nd Brain 15 (Mist Green)$99.75$44.75 $55.00 45%
My 2nd Brain Briefcase 13 (Harbor Blue)$129.75$54.75 $75.00 42%
My 2nd Brain Briefcase 13 (Mist Green)$129.75$54.75 $75.00 42%
My 2nd Brain 11 (Blue Slate)$84.75$49.75 $35.00 59%
My 2nd Brain Tablet (Harbor Blue)$74.75$44.75 $30.00 60%
My 2nd Brain Tablet (Mist Green)$74.75$44.75 $30.00 60%
Retrospective 10 (Sandstone)$165.75$33.15 $132.60 20%
Retrospective 20 (Sandstone)$174.75$34.95 $139.80 20%
Retrospective 30 (Sandstone)$194.75$38.95 $155.80 20%
Retrospective 5 (Sandstone)$144.75$28.95 $115.80 20%
Retrospective 6 (Sandstone)$154.75$30.95 $123.80 20%
Retrospective 7 (Sandstone)$162.75$32.55 $130.20 20%
Retrospective Laptop Case 13L$149.75$80.75 $69.00 54%
Retrospective Laptop Case 15L$159.75$84.75 $75.00 53%
Retrospective Leather 30$259.75$103.90 $155.85 40%
Retrospective Leather 5$199.75$79.90 $119.85 40%
Retrospective Leather 7$229.75$79.90 $149.85 35%
Retrospective Lens Changer 2$109.75$14.75 $95.00 13%
Video Rig 18$479.75$110.75 $369.00 23%
Video Rig 24$519.75$120.75 $399.00 23%
Video Transport 18$399.75$91.75 $308.00 23%
Video Transport 20$429.75$98.75 $331.00 23%
Video Workhorse 19$229.75$50.75 $179.00 22%
Video Workhorse 21$259.75$60.75 $199.00 23%
Video Workhorse 25$289.75$50.75$239.0018%
Post Date: 10/11/2017 8:25:53 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
B&H has a Used Sony FE 70-200mm f/4 G OSS Lens (Condition: 9) available for $1,197.95 with free expedited shipping. Compare at $1,498.00 new.
 
Product Highlights
 
  • E-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
  • Aperture Range: f/4 to f/22
  • Two ED Elements & One Super ED Element
  • Two AA Elements & One Aspherical Element
  • Nano AR Coating
  • Dual Linear AF Motors; Internal Focus
  • Optical SteadyShot Image Stabilization
  • Focus Hold Buttons; Focus Range Limiter
  • Dust and Moisture-Resistant Construction
  • Removable, Rotating Tripod Collar
Note: Any orders placed through B&H today will be fulfilled when they reopen on Sun Oct 15.
Post Date: 10/11/2017 6:45:55 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
eBay (via 6ave – 98.9% Positive Feedback) has the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II DSLR Camera available for $5,172.31 with free shipping. Compare at $5,999.00.
 
Note: This is likely a grey market item and therefore would not qualify for a manufacturer warranty.
Posted to: Canon News
Post Date: 10/11/2017 6:42:15 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
Through Saturday, B&H has Impact 5-in-1 Collapsible Circular Reflector Disc 42" available for $24.95 with free shipping. Regularly $49.95.
 
Product Highlights
 
  • White, Silver, Gold & Silver/Gold Colors
  • One Stop Diffusion Panel
  • Folds to 1/3 Open Size
  • Includes Storage Bag
Post Date: 10/11/2017 5:37:16 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
B&H has a Used Canon Extender EF 2X III (Condition: 9+) available for $364.50 with free expedited shipping. Compare at $429.00 new.
 
Note: Any orders placed through B&H today will be fulfilled when they reopen on Sun Oct 15.
Posted to: Canon News
Post Date: 10/11/2017 5:33:06 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
Hot Deal: Through Saturday or until supply is exhausted, B&H has the Tokina 12-28mm f/4.0 AT-X Pro APS-C Lens for Canon available for only $199.00 with free shipping. Compare at $449.00.
 
Product Highlights
 
  • Fits Canon APS-C Cameras
  • 19-45mm Equivalency in 35mm Format
  • Aperture Range: f/4-22
  • Silent Drive-Module AF Motor
  • AF/MF Clutch Mechanism
  • Molded Glass Aspherical Lens Elements
  • Ultra-Low Dispersion Glass
Note: Any orders placed through B&H today will be fulfilled when they reopen on Sun Oct 15.
Posted to: Canon News
Post Date: 10/11/2017 5:06:23 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Tuesday, October 10, 2017
From Samyang:
 
October 10th, 2017, Seoul, South Korea – Global optics brand, Samyang Optics is pleased to announce the release of their fourth autofocus lens: AF 35mm F1.4 FE. The bright F1.4 aperture and absolute resolution turn every moment into artwork. This lens now expands Samyang’s autofocus lens line-up to four which includes three existing autofocus lenses, AF 14mm F2.8 FE, AF 35mm F2.8 FE and AF 50mm F1.4 FE.
 
Aim High, Create Artwork
This new AF 35mm F1.4 FE works in harmony with full frame mirrorless cameras in Sony E mount such as Sony a7 or a9 series. It is designed to appeal to enthusiasts and professionals who are ready to take the next step up in photography. It is the excellent companion to create artworks from everyday moments, while the tiny AF 35mm F2.8 FE released in June of this year is the perfect partner for everyday photographers.
 
High Performance beyond Expectation
Absolute resolution across the entire image field is the key feature of Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE. The lens includes 11 elements in 9 groups and features 2 aspherical lenses and 2 high-refractive lenses, plus Ultra Multi Coating. The optical design minimises various aberrations and unnecessary light dispersion to deliver outstanding resolution. Fast, precise and quiet autofocus performance meets Samyang’s exceptional optical technology to capture any moments clearly. The bright F1.4 secures fast shutter speed and creates shallow depth of focus images in wide-standard angle of view. The new 35mm F1.4 lens is ideal for professional photography including low-light events, landscapes and portraits with expressive characteristics.
 
Available from November 2017
Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE, a lens for photographers aiming high in photography, will be available globally from November and will carry a suggested retail price of EUR 649.
 
B&H carries Samyang Lenses.
Category: Samyang News
Post Date: 10/10/2017 12:27:59 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
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