by The Editors
You’re probably familiar with the metadata that’s embedded in digital photos—information your camera automatically adds to each image file—such as the time stamp, camera model, lens and camera settings and more for every shot.
Camera manufacturers have long sought to provide the desirable features of an SLR (top image quality, interchangeable lenses, convenient eye-level viewing, etc.) without the bulk.
Sony Alpha NEX-5
Sony has joined the increasingly popular mirrorless, interchangeable-lens competition in a big way, with two new Alpha cameras: the NEX-5 and its lower-priced sibling, the NEX-3—the smallest cameras in the class, with some impressive features.
How to expand your photo’s tonal range when HDR techniques aren’t ideal
One thing I love about digital photography is the capability to create images that are closer to what we see in the world, rather than being restricted by the technological limitations of the camera sensor.