DP Review posted this piece about using a lens from a disposable Kodak camera, which was popular 30 years ago, with our modern age models. It looks rather easy from this video.
This one is a bit geeky, but fascinating nevertheless. Hackaday published this piece by Danie Conradie where he makes a huge lens system for his digital camera out of aluminum sheets, 3D printed parts, and a unique projector lens. It was fun to watch. Who will be the first to make one, themselves?
Photofocus offers this beginners piece about shutter priority mode.
This B&H Explora article goes over the things that affect sharpness in photos. It’s especially helpful to new photographers…
Light Stalking offers advice on five things you should have for landscape photography.
There’s a link in the article to other sources of information.
Digital Camera World posted this article – 10 Tips For Seascape Shots. Some common sense reading.
This comes from Fstoppers. The article explains a lot and the embedded video is interesting, informative, and worth a look.
Petapixel does a nice job explaining how digital photography took over and dominated in the newspaper world. From the point of view of a newspaper reporter, we get this insight.
Tools and techniques are covered in this piece from PopPhoto.
DP Review offers this article about HEIF files. If you’ve ever wondered about them, here’s something to help with understanding. It can get a bit technical, but take from it what you need.