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Ansel Adams | The Art of Photography

 
Ansel Adams was born in San Francisco in 1902. Growing up in a wealthy, upperclass family, Adams first trained as a musician starting piano and composition lessons at the age of 12. One of his composition teachers was American composer Henry Cowell. As he became increasingly serious about his musical studies, Adams was pursuing a carer as a pianist in his early 20’s. As Adams states in his autobiography, his love for photography began during the family trips to Yosemite National Park. His first camera was a Kodak Brownie Box camera that his father gave him during one of these trips. Adams became more interested spending time working for a photo finisher in San Francisco and returning to Yosemite in the summer to capture more images. He spent much of his time reading photography magazines and becoming involved with local camera clubs. By the age of 19 Adams first formal photographs were published and the following year he began selling prints in his girlfriend Virginia’s family gallery called Best’s Studio in Yosemite Valley. The studio was inherited by Virginia in 1935 and is still owned by the family today. It is now known as the Ansel Adams Gallery……

Source: theartofphotography.tv

Video Review of the Fujifilm X100T for Street Photography | Eric Kim

I recently put together a “real-world” review of the Fujifilm X100T for street photography (which you can read here). I also wanted to record a video of some of my thoughts of the X100T (I really like it), and some of the settings, functions, aesthetic differences of the camera. In my opinion it is the best “bang-for-the-buck” camera for street photography on the market right now, and a great companion if you want to upgrade to a smaller body…….

Source: erickimphotography.com


Fuji X100T

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Can you Really Use Manual Lenses on the X Pro 1? |
Matt Widgery

 
One of the most interesting possibilities with mirrorless camerams is their ability to use almost any classic vintage manual lenses from 135 film cameras, thanks to the small flange distance between the back of the lens and the sensor. With a range of cheap (and some not so cheap) adapters readily available and plenty of old glass for sale in your local camera shop and online, why not experiment and see what you get?….

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Fuji X-Pro1

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Review of the Fujifilm X100T in Hong Kong | Bigheadtaco

The X100T is a great travel camera for those who wish to travel light and reasonably compact. With an APS-C size sensor and a unique hybrid viewfinder, this camera can capture some serious pictures. Instead of talking about it as a travel camera, I actually took it with me on vacation to Hong Kong. How good is this camera? It’s awesome. Check out my first quick video review here in Hong Kong, and I’ll have more videos and updates to my blog to follow…..

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Fuji X100T

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How To Create Mood In Your Photos Using Photoshop |
Leigh Diprose

In this advanced tutorial, learn as Leigh Diprose shows you his Photoshop creative workflow. You’ll discover some of the tricks he uses to create mood in his photographs, like this one captured using the Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujinon XF 10-24mm lens…..

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Fuji X-T1

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Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver – Unboxing & Getting Started |
Fuji Guys

The Fuji Guys show you what to expect when you take your X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition out of the box and begin to try it out…..

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Fuji X-T1 Graphite Silver

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CP review Fujifilm X100T | Bert Stephani

A year and a half ago, I reviewed the Fujfilm X100S and was so impressed that I bought one. It turned out to be my favourite everyday camera. Now there is the X100T. In this video I will explore the new features and changes. At the same time, I will give a couple of tips on street photography and street portraiture…..

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Fuji X100T

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What’s New in the October 2014 Release of Photoshop CC |
Terry White

In this special episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV, Terry White shows off the NEW features in the October 2014 release of Photoshop CC…..

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Review of the Fujifilm x100s and Tips for
Street Photography | Eric Kim

Just put together a video review and some street photography tips for the Fujifilm x100s. You can also see the full review I did of the camera here……..

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The Great Mirrorless Camera Autofocus Shootout!
(GH4, X-T1, A6000, E-M1) | TheCameraStoreTV

It seems like every 13 minutes, another mirrorless camera is announced that promises the ‚World’s Fastest Autofocus‘. We decided to cut through all the hype and pit the fastest mirrorless cameras against each other, and we threw in a Nikon D4S, just to make it interesting. To really put these cameras through a stress test we went to Wildrose Motocross Park with a Fuji X-T1, Sony A6000, Olympus OMD E-M1 and Panasonic GH4!

Special thanks to the Wildrose Motocross Association

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