Day: May 3, 2017

Photographers Are Going to Have to Learn Video to Stay Employable

If you’re a professional photographer you need to be seriously looking at the medium of video as a skill that should be in your repertoire. Making the change isn’t as hard or scary as you may think. [ Read More ] Paul Adshead Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR […]

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Choosing Camera Lens Filters & Stepping Rings

When you first get your brand new, expensive and sophisticated DSLR camera, you may be forgiven for thinking that’s all you really need to take good photos… and, for a time, you’re content to explore the myriad of features and settings that festoon the outer body of the camera, as well as those hidden among […]

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Modest growth hints that the worst of the camera collapse is over

It might not be much, but the latest industry figures from trade body CIPA suggest the camera market may have finally bottomed-out. Shipments of digital cameras with built-in lenses were flat, compared with the same period in 2016. This may not sound positive, but it comes after 21 consecutive quarters of year-on-year sales declines. On top […]

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6 Reasons Why You Should Use a Standard Lens for Street Photography

Henri-Cartier Bresson is well-known for his use of a 50mm lens, a standard lens on a 35mm film camera. If it’s good enough for Henri, then I guess it’s good enough for most modern street and travel photographers. When I worked at EOS magazine (Canon) we published an article about a photographer who traveled to […]

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