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The Image Doctors #56

Creating Panoramic Images

This week, we are taking a look at panoramic images. Panoramas are generally images that have a uniquely wide aspect ratio. We like panoramas for their creative impact. You can capture panoramic images in a variety of ways, including cropping in-camera or in post, and by “stitching” together several images captured in sequence.

Watch: Creating Panoramas in Lightroom Classic

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The Image Doctors #55

Night Sky Photography

With comet Neowise still in the night sky, we decided to take a look at the techniques and equipment we use for night sky photography. Find out what kind of lenses work best, and how to set up your camera for stunning night sky photos of stars and the Milky Way.

Be sure to check out Jason’s Night Sky Photography Guide!

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The Image Doctors #54

Nikon Z5 announced, New fixed-aperture telephotos from Canon

This week, we’re discussing the just-announced Nikon Z5 and 24-50mm f/4-6.3 kit lens, along with some interesting new telephoto lenses from Canon. These new RF lenses for Canon’s mirrorless system offer fixed f/11 apertures… something we probably wouldn’t have considered prior to mirrorless cameras. Nikon also released firmware updates for the Z50, Z6, and Z7, plus an update for the FTZ mount adapter.

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The Image Doctors #53

Great Sand Dunes National Park, Unexpected Photo Accessories

This week, Rick and Jason travel to Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado for some much-needed landscape photography using the Nikon Z system. Jason tested the Nikon 24-200mm zoom lens, and Rick discovered a really cool decayed building in a nearby town.

Also, we’ll discuss a list of lesser-known accessories that can really improve your field photography experience!

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The Image Doctors #51

A Casual Photography Workflow

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.

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