If you are getting black bars on the left and right of your video when using Canon’s EOS Webcam Utility, there are two simple things that will fix it.
It is highly unlikely a “bad” copy of a lens is to blame for any lack of sharpness in your images. Let me explain why and how to tell.
When you run into a buggy version of Photoshop and/or Lightroom Classic, you may need to downgrade to a prior version. Here is how to do that.
Color space can be incredibly confusing and difficult. This guide will break it down and make it easy for photographers.
Basic instructions on how to get started creating stunning team and individual (T&I) photos for sports teams!
Apple released new Macs that have their Apple Silicon M1 processors in late 2020. Should photographers buy them?
A practical guide to help photographers choose where it is worth investing their money when buying a late 2020 Intel iMac to run photo editing software
Canon makes it hard for photographers to get the shutter actuation count from their cameras. Here is why photographers should care and how they can get that number.
The Canon EOS Webcam Utility only does 576p. Why is that and does it really matter?
What do photographers need to look for in a laptop screen to make sure it clearly represents color/detail and can be calibrated properly? This is a question hundreds of photographers have asked me over the years. Here is my advice based on years of real-world testing.