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Macro Photography - Intro to Using a Macro Lens

At a certain point, there will be a time when you have taken pictures of just about everything in what seems like every possible angle. It is entirely possible you may run out of ideas or find yourself in a creative lull. One of the best cures for a situation like this is swinging by your local photo shop and picking up a nice piece of gear to experiment with.

  • 24 Jun 2017

How to Take Good Photos of Animals

If you love taking pictures of wildlife then this article will be sure to give you some helpful tips that you can start using today. Animal photography, also called wildlife photography, encompasses the entire world of animals from your pets to polar bears. This article focuses on photographing wildlife, but you can apply many of these tips to photographing Muffin or Fido.

  • 26 Jun 2017

Photography Basics: All About F Stops

Taking pictures and adjusting the settings manually can be intimidating to the new photographer. Veterans of the craft will no doubt remember the first roll of film they ruined by reading the light wrong, or the irreplaceable moments in time lost behind a lens cap.

  • 30 Jun 2017
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3 Jul 2017
Posted By Karla D.

Compact Cameras Vs. Phone Cameras

Should you ditch your low end compact digital camera now that your mobile phone comes equipped with a good (or goodish) camera? The controversy has been raging in the amateur photographic world ever since manufacturers started offering picture taking capabilities with mobile phones at the turn of the century.Here are the main reasons from the pro-compact camera camp and from the pro-phone camera camp: Low end cameras are better, because: Phone cameras are better, because:They have optical zoom.
29 Jun 2017
Posted By Michelle S.

The Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Camera Lens - Will It Meet Your Photography Requirements?

Much like people are different in lots of ways, so are the cameras that they own. People like a number of things, specifically when it has to do with their camera, along with its lens. While everyone does not need a camera lens, a number of people would like to have a fixed focal length lens. Keep reading to learn more about the Canon EF 50mm lens, a top choice when it comes to lenses.The Canon EF 50mm lens isn't very heavy, has an aperture of f/1.8, and is a great value for money.
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8 Jul 2017
Posted By Ron B.

Kayak Accessories - Why Waterproof Cameras Are A Must

One of the great things about paddling a kayak is being truly amongst nature. People have used kayaks for many purposes and for hundreds of years. To begin with they were a means of survival. The Inuit and Eskimo people used kayaks to hunt and therefore their boats were an essential as well as a spiritual and salient part of their lives.Many people today however use kayaks simply for recreation, fishing and sport.
3 Jul 2017

Landscape Photography | Epic Sunrise & Getting Cut Off by the Tide

My E-Book: http://geni.us/onlocation Adventure Workshop in Iceland: http://bit.ly/2gIzNEh Website: http://www.thomasheaton.co.uk In this video I shoot some local ...

25 Jun 2017

How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level of Epic

Watch photographer Benjamin Von Wong detail how to level up your epic photography game! Join the Cooperative of Photography: http://www.cooph.com ...

4 Jul 2017


Back by popular demand - my favorite photography books for 2016! In order of appearance: Looking For the Master's In Ricardo's Golden Shoes ...

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