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“The Image Doctors” Jason Odell & Rick Walker discuss photography in this weekly podcast. Topics include gear reviews, photography tips & tricks, and digital processing software.

The Image Doctors #117

Nikon announced the Z9 flagship mirrorless camera, plus three new Z-mount lenses.

Special Edition: Nikon Z9 + New Lenses Announced

Rather than wait for the weekend, we decided to discuss the breaking news of the Nikon Z9 flagship mirrorless camera. And from reading the specs, we are both really impressed.

Nikon also announced three new Z-mount lenses!

You can check out and pre-order the Nikon Z9 and all these lenses here.

The Image Doctors #116

Perspective Correction Tools

If you’ve ever photographed buildings with a wide-angle lens, then you’ve probably seen how they can appear to “lean” in your photos. This week, we’ll discuss some of the tools you can use to perform perspective correction in your photos, both in-camera and in post-processing.

The Image Doctors #115

Tips for High-Volume Workflows

After returning from Panama with thousands of photos, we thought it would be a good time to discuss tips for high-volume workflows. Whether you’re photographing birds/wildlife or sports, these tips are sure to help you deal with managing tons of images.

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The Image Doctors #114

Photographing the wildlife of Panama

Mother sloth with her baby, Bocas del Toro, Panama. © Jason P. Odell
Mother sloth with her baby, Bocas del Toro, Panama. © Jason P. Odell

We spent the last week on photo safari at an eco-lodge in Panama. We had an incredible time photographing birds, reptiles, and many sloths! Hear what gear and settings we found worked the best in this tropical photography paradise.

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The Image Doctors #113

Creative Ways of Using The Texture/Clarity/Dehaze Tools

If you do any post-processing of your images, you’re probably familiar with the Clarity, Texture, and Dehaze sliders (in Lightroom, and elsewhere). However, these tools become extremely powerful when used to enhance or diminish detail and contrast in your photos, including creating effects that you might not have thought of before. We’ll describe how these tools work, and offer some use cases for how you can put them to work to enhance your own photos.