Day: February 2, 2017

Why You Should Turn Off the Built-In Flash on Your Camera Right Now

We’ve all gone to sporting events and seen the audience cameras flashing two hundred or more yards distant from the action on the field. The truth is that they are all wasting their time and batteries. Sure, they will get some passable pictures, but that will be from the stadium lights. A camera flash cannot […]

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Film Ferrania Announces P30 Black and White Film Will Ship This Month

Film Ferrania, the reborn Italian manufacturer of analog film stock today announced that it will be selling an “Alpha” version of their first product, P30 black and white negative film, by mid-February. [ Read More ] Torsten Kathke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR Video Learn Digital Photography The […]

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Throwback Thursday: doing the twist with the Nikon Coolpix 950

Few cameras in the early days of consumer digital photography are as legendary as the Nikon Coolpix 950. This graphic pulled from the DPReview archives says it all: In case you’re wondering, the answer was ‘yes’. It earned a ‘Highly Recommended’ award, with site founder Phil Askey calling it an ‘important camera at an important […]

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5 Common Post-Processing Mistakes to Avoid

For today’s photographer, post-processing is a critical element of image making. Sure, when you first get started with digital photography, you might shoot in JPG mode and allow the camera to make decisions about things like color and contrast. But when you’re ready to take control of your images, it’s time to shoot in RAW […]

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