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Ultimate Monitor Calibration Guide

9. April 2022 | Equipment, Guides and Tutorials

Having a properly calibrated monitor has always been high on my priority list when it comes to photo editing. It's the only way I can ensure that the color and tonality of the photos as I see them on my display look the same on the calibrated display of photographers, editors or customers. And this[…]

NiSi 15mm f/4 ASPH Review

28. March 2021 | Equipment, Reviews

Over the past few weeks I had the chance to test the NiSi 15mm f/4 ASPH lens and in this article and the accompanying video I want to give you my thoughts on it. Below I gonna share some general information, talk about build quality and size, take a very close look at sharpness and[…]

Canon EOS R5 Image Quality

16. August 2020 | Equipment, Reviews

Since a few weeks I’m the owner of a Canon EOS R5. It seemed to be the perfect successor for my five year old Canon EOS 5DSR*: Roughly the same number of megapixels while improving on dynamic range, increasing the ISO performance, adding IBIS, a fully articulating screen and 4K Video. In a nutshell, my[…]

Gopro Hero 7 Settings and Video Editing

7. May 2019 | Equipment

After years of using the Gopro Hero 4 Silver to record my Vlogs and travel videos, I finally made an upgrade. For a long time I was contemplating getting a mirrorless camera for vlogging, but eventually decided to stick with Gopro because of the ease of use and robustness of their cameras. And with the[…]

Kase Filters Review

26. July 2018 | Equipment, Landscape Photography

Back in January of this year I made the switch from Lee Filters, which I had used for many years, to the Kase Wolverine Filters. Back then I made a first impressions video, in which I explain why I switched to Kase. After I have now used and tested those filters for several months during[…]

Which GND Filters to buy and how to use them

1. June 2018 | Equipment, Landscape Photography

When I bought my first GND Filters for landscape photography (GND stands for Graduated Neutral Density) more than seven years ago I had no idea, which filters to buy. There are 1-stop (0.3), 2-stop (0.6), 3-stop (0.9) and even 4-stop (1.2) filters. And those are available as hard, soft, medium and reverse versions. Such filters[…]

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