Day: April 14, 2017

The Cheapest and Most Convenient Tripod System for Photo and Video

Here at Fstoppers we use exclusively Manfrotto tripod heads and in the past we used two different types of plates. For still photography we used the 200PL plate on ball heads and for our videos we used 500 plates on pan heads. I have always hated the longer 500 plates and today we are finally […]

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Blue Earth Alliance: Collaboration is key for photography that makes a difference

Blue Earth Alliance: Collaboration is key for photography that makes a difference Natalie Fobes on assignment in Russia for National Geographic. Fobes is an award-winning photographer who founded the nonprofit Blue Earth Alliance in order to work with photographers to share their stories. “You don’t have to travel overseas to make a difference with your […]

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New: Landscape Photography Recipe Cards

Struggling to consistently create stunning landscape images? Professional landscape photographer Brent Mail has just released his Landscape Photography Recipe Cards, with proven short-cut secrets on how to capture stunning landscape images in tough situations. We were able to negotiate a 64% discount for PictureCorrect readers which ends soon. Deal found here: The Landscape Photography Recipe Cards […]

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Nikon D7500 preview

The D7500 is Nikon’s latest upper mid-range DSLR, successor to the D7200 and slotting between the D5600 and D500. It inherits the 20.9 Megapixel sensor and image processor of the D500, to deliver the same image quality and 4k video. The 51 point AF of the D7200 remains, but it now shoots faster at 8fps. […]

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Five Ways to Improve Your Composition Skills

Composition is one of the most important skills you can learn as a photographer. The interesting thing about composition is that it’s all to do with observation and learning to see. You may need to invest in a book or two to help you understand the basic principles, but nothing more. It’s a much more […]

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