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Get To Know The Orton Effect
Our eyes have always been drawn towards things that look different. We find them intriguing and want to investigate. This is probably why we’re attracted by effects filters in our smartphones and cameras – as well as popular image editing application
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What Is The Orton Effect?
The Orton Effect was created in the 1980s by Canadian landscape photographer, Michael Orton (www. michaelortonphotography.com/ortoneffect), who would sandwich two or more simultaneously-recorded transparencies of the same scene together in a kind of
Photo Review3 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Image Review
Sony RX10; 24-200mm Carl Zeiss lens; ISO 200; f/7.1; 1/100s @ 44.52mm Taken while on a European river cruise during Autumn. The light and colours were amazing. You could not but help clicking the shutter button numerous times. To me this photo has a
Photo Review2 min de lectureComputers
Net Effect
www.bit.ly/pr86ne1 Google Photos has created an app they call PhotoScan which is intended to give you a quick and easy way to capture pictures of photographic prints using only your Android or iOS smartphone. Essentially you take a full frame pictur
Photo Review3 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Finding Focus
In 2020 getting exercise has been more important than ever for maintaining good mental health. Between the fires, COVID-19 and an exceptionally turbulent year in world politics, paddling out for a wave or jumping on the push bike, have become essenti
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Photo Review5 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Friends In High Places
I first came across your photography when your shot of a black cockatoo with a gumnut in its claw was shared on Facebook. I found it especially beautiful and compelling. Thank you. That’s why I love taking shots of birds. Mainly because their person
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Re-imaginings
‘I became a chronically truant juvenile delinquent at a very early age,’ says Greg Semu. Fortunately, an understanding art teacher noticed how excited this sometime-student became when he was given a camera. ‘They gave us black and white film and tau
Photo Review5 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Eyre Peninsula
South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula has plenty to attract photographers and videographers. It’s a great place for landscape photography and a birder’s delight. With unspoiled beaches, National parks and protected areas, the region also contains some fas
Photo Review4 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Motorsport To Matrimony
Manuel Goria arrived in Australia in 2004 with a degree in Veterinary Medicine and a long standing love of fast cars and photography. Following his passion for motor sport, he began taking pictures at local car races and within a couple of years his
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EVF Damage
Pointing your camera directly at the sun can burn out pixels in its sensor, inflicting permanent damage. If you’re using a mirrorless camera, the screen in the EVF will also be damaged, again because pixels are destroyed. Damage to the EVF screen wo
Photo Review5 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Identifying Pixel Errors
Screens are essential components in digital cameras. The technology has been in use since the earliest days of digital photography, although these days the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen has largely replaced the liquid crystal display (LC
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Free Software
A web search will reveal plenty of applications for ‘fixing’ dead, stuck and hot pixels. We’ve listed a couple of the more credible free applications below. PixelHealer (www.aurelitec.com/ pixelhealer ) is a user-friendly, general-purpose application
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Focusing And Exposure In Low Light Levels
When you’re shooting in low light levels, you will often find the exposure process is not intuitive. Autofocusing can also be difficult and sometimes the lens fails to lock onto the subject and you end up with a blurred image – unless you have taken
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Using ICC profiles
I CC profiles are pieces of software code containing information that characterises each colour input or output device in an imaging workflow according to standards set up by the International Colour Consortium (ICC). They are used to define the way
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Rendering Intents and Gamut Controls
Rendering intents are the different methods by which colour management systems convert some or all colours in a picture to the colour space of a given output device. You’ll generally find them in the print dialog box (shown here). Of the four renderi
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Critiquing Photographs
Most of us like to receive feedback when we show our pictures to friends and family members. Often that feedback can provide useful tips about which of your photos works, what makes it engaging or how you could have made it better. But feedback isn’t
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Image Review
Canon 5D Mark lll; EF 24-105mm lens @45mm; f/11; ISO 100; Multiple exposure blend at 1/5s, 1/15s, 1/50s, 1/160s & 1/500s I arrived at the summit of Mt Ngungun to find the peak already crowded with sightseers, so as the sunset developed I quickly vent
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Net Effect
www.bit.ly/pr85ne1 An inexpensive ($US8.99) and simple tool for automatically combing through your hard drive for images, PhotoMove 2.5 is a very useful addition to the toolkit of any photographer with a Windows computer. Point it at a directory and
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Whose Picture Is This Anyway?
In early July of this year the coast of New South Wales experienced an exceptionally large swell thanks to the formation of a slow-moving and unusually powerful storm system. Known as East Coast Lows (ECL), these storms typically create mountainous s
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Photo Review
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History And Devotion
‘You start climbing at night, well before sunrise,’ says Natalia Mroz. It can take four hours to reach some of the churches she’s photographed in the mountains of Ethiopia for her Pilgrimage project. ‘Parts of the path are vertical and truly frighten
Photo Review5 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Heights Of Abstraction
How has the coronavirus pandemic affected your photography and business? I have two sources of income as a professional landscape photographer. One is teaching the workshops I’ve been doing since 2005. They were suspended, of course, but I’m back do
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Stirling Ranges National Park
Located approximately 337 km south-east of Perth and just over an hours' drive northeast of Albany, the Stirling Range National Park (or Koikyennuruff in the Indigenous language) covers an area of 1,159 square kilometres and stretches for 65 kilometr
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360 in 360
‘The 360 in 360 project was an idea I developed more than four years ago with an aim to showcase Australia in a way that has rarely been seen before,’ says award-winning Olympus photographer Scott Portelli. The concept is as simple as it is ambitious
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Crop Factors And Lens Performance
Photographers often become obsessed with lens speed, particularly when shooting in dim lighting and especially with respect to prime lenses. There’s a good reason for this response: faster lenses allow more light to reach the image sensor, thereby re
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The Smallest Moments
When the coronavirus pandemic upended life as we knew it, the effect on documentary and news photographer Sean Davey’s personal work was not perhaps what one might imagine. For twenty years the Canberra native has made a name for himself working with
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Delving Deeper
An Olympus Visionary for the better part of half a decade, Michaela Skovranova has devoted herself to the art of documentary storytelling through her photographs and filmmaking. What began with a primary focus on underwater projects and personal work
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Make The Most Of Available Light
How many times have you been in a city and seen snapshooters trying to photograph 'the sights' with their cameras on auto and flashes blinking repeatedly? Total futility; built-in flashes can’t cover much more than a metre or two from the camera. If
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