How Well Does Eye-AF Work With The Nikon FTZ Adapter?

If you are wondering how well the Eye-AF works in the Nikon mirrorless cameras, the Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7 then this is the video to watch. In this video, I test Eye-AF using the Nikon FTZ adapter with multiple F mount lenses. The lenses include the 70-300 F4, 105mm Macro and the 35mm F1.8.

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How to use ColorChecker Passport Photo for Perfect Color

Learn how to use the ColorChecker Passport Photo for Perfect Color. In this video, I walk through the why and how to use the ColorChecker Passport in camera as well as in Lightroom and Final Cut Pro. I have had the ColorChecker Passport in my camera bag for years. I have the original Passport model, but they have since released a 2nd version as well as a Video version. I have not tried those yet. As someone with slight colorblindness, I rely heavily on the ColorChecker as well as my monitor calibration tool, also from X-Rite.

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Denoise Ai – Remove Photo Noise Without Effort

Topaz Labs has been knocking it out of the park with their latest AI based photo editing apps. The latest, DeNoise AI, removes noise in photographs using artificial intelligence. The app isn't perfect and takes quite some time for each photo. But it does a nice job considering.

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Accent Ai Filter | A Smart Tool in Skylum’s Luminar

Skylum, formally MacPhun, is driven by the team who originally developed Nik Software before Google acquired it years ago. The developers are some of the tops in the photo industry and they've been digging deep into artificial intelligence. A while back they released a tool called the Accent AI Filter and more recently released version 2.0 of the tool. In this video, I explore the slider that recognizes objects.

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Landscape Photography Tips – Light and Composition

Finding the right lighting and composition for landscapes can be a challenge sometimes, for many photographers. In this short video, I will address that struggle faced by photographers. Landscape photography light is often out of our hands due to the nature of how light works out in a landscape environment. But there is one part of the equation you do control... the time you capture the photograph. For composition, many photographers often use wider lenses, but changing the lens you use can have a great impact on the overall composition in many ways.

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