Day: December 13, 2016

Logi Circle

Update: When we reviewed the Logi Circle, we enjoyed how simple it was to setup and use on a day-to-day basis. However, we criticized it for not offering a video backup solution. Since then, Logi has introduced Circle Safe, a tiered subscription service that allows you to backup video clips for later viewing. The free […]

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Choosing a Creative Exposure – A Beginner’s Guide

There are many combinations of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO that will correctly expose an image. With all those combinations, which one is the right one? If you leave your camera in full program mode, your camera will pick a combination for you. However, letting your camera have complete control is not why you bought […]

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How to See and Photograph Light – 6 Tips to Help you Take Better Photos

I was teaching a class recently and someone asked me how they could have made a particular set of landscape images better. Should they have used a different aperture, shutter speed, etc.? “You couldn’t have made those photos any better because the light was terrible.” I explained. You must learn to see and photograph light to take […]

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Panasonic Lumix ZS100 / TZ100

Panasonic entered the digital camera market in 2001, and in 2006 produced the first of its popular ZS range (TZ outside the US), a series of cameras with a small body and a large zoom range designed to appeal to travellers. It’s safe to say that in the 10 intervening years, lots of advancements have […]

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The Best Computer Speakers At Any Budget

I’m no audiophile but I do appreciate high quality sound. I can’t count how many different amps, speakers, and headphones I’ve purchased over the past 20 years. It seems like I’m always searching for something just a little bit better. Finally though, after years of searching, I feel like I’ve found the best audio setup […]

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