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A Bit of Everything (EOS 5D4, Milvus 18mm, Rokinon 50mm, Canon 16-35mm, tutorials)

Above: 50mm vs 35mm vs 28mm – Best Street Photography Lens – Kaiman Wong


Tutorial: How to Use Canon’s Camera Connect App to Transfer Photos from Your 5D Mark IV to Your Cellphone – Fstoppers

Tutorial: Photographing Holiday Lights – Canon Digital Learning Center

Review: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III – The Phoblographer

Camera of the Year 2016: Best Professional and High-End Cameras – Imaging Resource – IR names the EOS 5D Mark IV as “best professional DSLR” of the year:

In short, while it looks like a 5D Mark III, the design is refined, well thought-out, and most of all familiar, which to a professional is exactly what he or she wants and needs. They need a tool, and the 5D Mark IV is an exceptional one, for photography as well as for video

Review: Zeiss Milvus 18mm f/2.8 Distagon T* Lens – ePHOTOzine

Teardown: An Inside Look at the Rokinon 50mm AF FE Autofocus Lens – LensRentals

This lens was a pleasant surprise. No, it’s not built like a tank. But it is built like a small, efficient, well-constructed lens. With some of the previous Samyang / Rokinon lenses we disassemble them going “Oh, that’s going to break. This could be a problem.” We didn’t see any obvious weak points like that with this lens. It’s a clear step up in construction quality.

The Top 10 Photos, Cameras, and Tags on Flickr in 2016 – PetaPixel

Tutorial: Create a Faded 60s Effect in Photoshop – Lumoid Blog

Top 100 Photography Blogs Every Photographer Must Read – Feedspot

The Winners Of The 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer Of The Year Contest – Bored Panda


Below: Tilt Shift Tutorial – CanonUSA


Below, tutorial: How to Turn a Boring Photo Into an Awesome Image With Lightroom! – Lightroom Photo Editing – YuriFineart

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