I took a much-needed break and spent two days photographing around Great Sand Dunes National Park here in Colorado. The dunes themselves are massive, and can be a challenge to shoot depending on the light. During the day, I utilized my Nikon Z6 camera that I recently had converted to capture infrared images (720nm/Standard IR). The infrared capture really made the clouds stand out on an otherwise hazy day at the dunes. Foliage is rendered bright/white when using an infrared camera, so it adds to the unique look. I finished off the processing using Silver Efex Pro 2, part of the Nik Collection by DXO.
New Canon mirrorless; Nikon 24-200mm follow-up; Infrared photography with the Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera
Can you believe it’s been a year since we came back on the air? We’re so thrilled to be able to share our passion for photography with you each week. This week, we have a bunch of topics to discuss, including:
New Canon mirrorless cameras, R5 & R6
Follow-up on the Nikon 24-200mm f/4-6.3 lens for Z-mount… spoiler alert: it’s quite good!
Infrared photography with the Nikon Z6 mirrorless cameras
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As much as we enjoy being photography enthusiasts and the “craft” of photography, there are some times when you need to scale back to a more casual approach while still using a “real” camera. Whether it’s photographing friends and family, events or vacations, we’ll discuss how you can alter your workflow to make sharing easier and reduce post-processing time.
This week, we discuss the recent announcement by Olympus to divest their camera business, plus the new features added to Adobe Lightroom Classic. Jason received a new Nikon 24-200mm for Z-mount, and Rick got the 10-20mm DX Nikkor to use with his Nikon Z50.