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Sync Lightroom Catalog with Dropbox

Sync Lightroom Catalog with Dropbox | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Curious how to sync your Lightroom catalog with dropbox? This tutorial explains how to simplify your Lightroom workflow and never worry about multiple catalogs.
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10×10: 100 ways to improve your photography

10×10: 100 ways to improve your photography | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
This article was originally posted in a series of 10 mini-exerpts back in the very early days of the site; Google Analytics tells me that it was hardly viewed, which is probably a shame – so ...
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Portrait Tips and Techniques » Blog Archive » NEW PORTRAIT eBOOK

Portrait Tips and Techniques » Blog Archive » NEW PORTRAIT eBOOK | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
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Review: Fujifilm WCL Wide Angle Adapter For X100

Review: Fujifilm WCL Wide Angle Adapter For X100 | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
In this blog post, we review the Fujifilm WLC for the X100 digital camera. Read more at The Phoblographer.
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ApertureExpert Tips - ApertureExpert.com — Your resource for tips, training, presets and more for Apple's Aperture 3

ApertureExpert Tips - ApertureExpert.com — Your resource for tips, training, presets and more for Apple's Aperture 3 | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
ApertureExpert.com is your resource for tips, training, tutorials, presets and more for Apple’s Aperture, including FREE Live Training!
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iPhoneography, the worlds #1 iPhone photography blog, bringing you the latest news, reviews and events - iPhone Journal - Arrange your photos, tell a story, and share from your iPad with Layout

iPhoneography, the worlds #1 iPhone photography blog, bringing you the latest news, reviews and events - iPhone Journal - Arrange your photos, tell a story, and share from your iPad with Layout | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Layout is a new'ish app from developer Juicy Bits, that makes it easy to arrange your photos, tell...
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Sound and Complete — Fujifilm X10 review (kind of)

Sound and Complete — Fujifilm X10 review (kind of) | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Fujifilm X10 review (kind of)...
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Fuji X-Files: Is the Fuji X100 enough camera for traveling? My Copenhagen experiment

Fuji X-Files: Is the Fuji X100 enough camera for traveling? My Copenhagen experiment | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
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Seeing mono | laROQUE

Seeing mono | laROQUE | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it


I’ve never hidden the fact that my images are all extensively post-processed. I’ve written about it several times. Which doesn’t mean I fundamentally alter the nature of the original captures or distort the reality I witnessed. But I do enhance it. I do make it fit into my perception, an interpretation of what I had in mind when I took the shot in the first place. To me this is what photography’s all about, beyond choosing the moment, the angle, the exposure… It’s a holistic process, all a means to an end. Besides, we’re always spinning reality in some way, no matter how honest we pretend to be. Otherwise we’d be nothing more than glorified security cams. I can generally anticipate the final processed look of a digital image the same way film photographers could predict the effect of their chosen film stock and lab process. They knew what loading Kodachrome was going to mean. They knew how pushed Tri-X would turn out, how it would affect the end result and they shot accordingly.


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Fujifilm Primed to Announce Low and High-End X Models at Photokina

Fujifilm Primed to Announce Low and High-End X Models at Photokina | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Photokina is only a couple of months away, and it looks like Canon and Nikon won't be the only ones making major announcements and shaking up the camera market. According to Fuji Rumors, Fujifilm -- i...
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Bulldog Clips + Photos = Stylish Photo Wall | Photojojo

Bulldog Clips + Photos = Stylish Photo Wall | Photojojo | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Extra photos for bloggers: 1, 2 The white walls in your place have begun to loom, haven't they?
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How To Make A Stylish Photo Frame For Several Photos | Shelterness

How To Make A Stylish Photo Frame For Several Photos | Shelterness | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Here is a simple yet stylish photo frame that can accomodate quite many photos at once. The idea is very simple.
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Fuji X-Pro1 Review

Fuji X-Pro1 Review | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
The Fuji X-Pro1 makes incredible images under every possible condition from daylight to moonlight, and it's the world's smallest real camera. I love it! (Buying gear is an emotion-driven process.
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Review of the Fujifilm X-E1

Review of the Fujifilm X-E1 | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Review of the Fujifilm X-E1 and 18-55mm Zoom Lens
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Lightroom Photo Import: Digital Photography Review

Lightroom Photo Import: Digital Photography Review | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Digital Photography Review: All the latest digital camera reviews and digital imaging news. Lively discussion forums. Vast samples galleries and the largest database of digital camera specifications.
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Vancouver with the Fuji X-Pro1 | Olaf Sztaba

Vancouver with the Fuji X-Pro1 | Olaf Sztaba | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it


Yesterday I was helping my friend to shoot his movie in downtown Vancouver (I will update you about this exciting project later). While filming the final scenes of the day I noticed that a gap in the clouds allowed the setting sun to create a type of light I always look for: warm, diffused with beautiful blues and oranges. Fortunately I had my light and handy Fuji X-Pro1 with me and I started shooting. Since we were in one of the high-rises with a stunning view of the downtown, I was able to sneak my Fuji camera through a small window opening and take some shots. As we started shooting, the light got better and better with each minute. Then we ran outside and were able to capture Vancouver at its best in unique lighting conditions...


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Fuji X-Pro 1 AF (Autofocus) speed and accuracy - Review and tipps | PhotosDeLux

Fuji X-Pro 1 AF (Autofocus) speed and accuracy - Review and tipps | PhotosDeLux | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it


The X-Pro 1 uses contrast detection autofocus (CDAF) compared to phase detection autofocus that is usually found in DSLR cameras. As I have shown in an earlyer post, I like to photograph at minimum aperture to create a shallow depth of field. And in those situations perfect AF lock is essential for good results. The advantage of contrast detection is, that it is very accurate when it locks onto the target. On my phase detection DSLR camera I have gotten used to pushing the shutter half way for 2-3 times before I trust that the AF locked correctly onto the subject.

So is the X-Pro 1 useless for moving subjects? Not at all! You just have to approach things differently to get good results! Here are my tips to get the best results from the X-Pro 1.....


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Iceland – Camera and Travel Recommendations ‹ roel.me

Iceland – Camera and Travel Recommendations ‹ roel.me | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Iceland - Camera and Travel Recommendations...
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Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Product Review from Adorama Learning Center

Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Product Review from Adorama Learning Center | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Product Review. Street/documentary camera wannabe is put to the test. When Fujifilm introduced the X-Pro 1 earlier this year, it was greeted with much enthusiasm, and a question: Can it do the job of a Leica M at a third the price?
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Focus with Fuji X cameras

Focus with Fuji X cameras | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
After selling my Leica M9, I knew that I might have a bit of a challenge shooting work events with just my X-Pro 1.
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Fuji X-Files: Is the Fuji X100 enough camera for traveling? My Copenhagen experiment

Fuji X-Files: Is the Fuji X100 enough camera for traveling? My Copenhagen experiment | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
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You Are Very Bad at Photoshop

You Are Very Bad at Photoshop | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Looking for the funnest way to learn photoshop? Here are the best two seasons of the You Suck at Photoshop series where you can delve into Donnie's twisted personal life while learning some very valuable photoshop techniques along the way.
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My Thoughts on the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 | Leigh Diprose

My Thoughts on the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 | Leigh Diprose | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it


Overall I can recommend this camera to the keen enthusiast or professional photographer. The camera is light and perfect as a stand alone or second body. Shooting in low light stacks up against some of the bigger players like the Canon 5D MKIII and Nikon D800. I think the removal of the low pass filter to mimic film has paid off. Fujifilm have really developed a ground breaking camera adding to the overall success of the X series camera lineup. I look forward to seeing what other photographic boundaries can be pushed by Fujifilm in the coming year and I’m sure the X-Pro 1 will be just one of many X series cameras to wow the photographic world.


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DIY Jewel Case Frames: Wonderful Wall Art Faster than you can say Polar Bears! | Photojojo

DIY Jewel Case Frames: Wonderful Wall Art Faster than you can say Polar Bears! | Photojojo | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it
Come clean. Most of your walls are as bare as the day you moved in. Consider this a friendly intervention.
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Fujifilm X-Pro1 in-depth review | Digital Photography Review

Fujifilm X-Pro1 in-depth review | Digital Photography Review | Fotozeugs | Scoop.it

The X-Pro1 is the start of an all-new camera system, with a brand new mount and lenses. It's unashamedly targeted at a high-end audience, with analogue control dials and a small set of compact, large-aperture primes available at launch. Fujifilm is keen to stress its future commitment to the system, with a promise of seven more lenses by spring 2013, and further camera models to come too.


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Mithunblog's comment, July 3, 2012 6:14 AM
I like this Camera........... :)