Day: December 14, 2016

Cameralabs 11th birthday – new T-shirts now on sale!

Back in December 2005, Cameralabs was born! I started it as somewhere I could publish the kind of reviews I really wanted to read: longer and more detailed than the articles I’d previously written for magazines, but always being careful to focus on real-life tests and handling over technical charts and numerical analysis. Eleven years […]

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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 Convert a Camera to Infrared for Black and White Landscape Photography

Get Andrew’s The Black and White Landscape eBook bundle at 30% off now over at Snapndeals, only until December 20th (AUS time). Do you have an old digital camera that you don’t use much anymore? If you do, one way to make it useful again is to convert it to infrared for black and white […]

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Endless Shades of White Through the Lens of Yulia Taits

Three years ago Yulia Taits fell in love with the process of conceptual photography. The hard work of planning, searching for the perfect location, and matching styles to create something beautiful and magical fascinated her. Yulia was hypnotized by the pure and almost fairy tale beauty of people having Albinism since she remembers herself. Yulia […]

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Relonch is a camera and photo editing service that costs $99 per month

No screen, no flash, no settings, no SD card: Relonch, a $ 99-per-month APS-C fixed lens camera and photo editing service currently in beta, sounds like a whole lot of nope right off the bat. But its creators think they’ve found a way to bring better photography to the masses. If Relonch sounds familiar, you might […]

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Camera Basics 101

Your camera is actually nothing more than a box with a hole in it. Yes, all that money you’ve spent and that is basically what you’ve got. The basics of a camera have changed very little since day one. You have a box with a hole in it and you control how much light is […]

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