Day: September 8, 2017

Visions of India – David Lazar

India is a land of great extremes, in a multiplicity of ways. The extreme polarity of beauty and ugliness, rich and poor, are constantly reoccurring themes. The Taj Mahal vs. the slums of Calcutta. The stunning silk brocades of Varanasi vs. the rags worn by those who weave them. You get the picture. [Read More…] […]

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Google Drive and Photos support to end in December

Google’s Drive and Photo cloud services are essential backup tools for many photographers. It’s therefore important to be aware that both apps for Mac And PC will be eliminated soon. Support will end on December 11th, 2017, and the apps will be shut down completely on March 12th, 2018. Don’t worry too much, though. A […]

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Aperture in Photography

To better understand what aperture is, we must first know how a camera works. Your camera is essentially a light-capturing device; light gets bounced off an object and is reflected into the camera. Light-sensitive materials in the camera then pick it up and save it either as a digital image (JPEG, RAW) or onto traditional […]

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Fujifilm XE3 preview

The Fujifilm XE3 is a mid-range mirrorless, aimed at enthusiasts who want access to X-series quality and lenses in a compact body. It shares the XE2’s viewfinder but upgrades the sensor to X-Trans III, and includes a touchscreen, AF joystick and Bluetooth. See my preview!… The post Fujifilm XE3 preview appeared first on Cameralabs. Gordon […]

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Is a Career in Travel Photography Right for You?

It sounds tempting and exotic. Traveling the world taking photos and seeing those photos appear in newspapers and magazines can be thrilling but are you made for a career in travel photography? Here are seven ways to know if a career in travel photography is right for you. #1 – You have a longing to […]

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