Day: December 19, 2017

Times Have Changed: Why Photographers Should Not Submit to Magazines and What to Do Instead

The times have changed. It isn’t 1980. It isn’t 2008. Even 2012 feels a century ago relative to how the world is changing. Which in my mind renders the question: why are we still submitting to “vanity” magazines for exposure? [ Read More ] Nick Pecori Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour […]

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Everything Aperture Does to Your Photos

Have you ever wanted to learn everything about aperture? Not just the basics — every single effect aperture has on your photos? Although you can find that sort of information scattered across a handful of sources online, I don’t know of any resource that combines everything into one single place. That can make things difficult […]

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FAA bans drones from flying near 7 nuclear facilities

The Federal Aviation Administration has officially designated seven Department of Energy (DOE) facilities as drone no-fly zones, restricting UAVs from being operated within 122m / 400ft of any of the following sites: Hanford Site, Franklin County, WA Pantex Site, Panhandle, TX Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID Savannah […]

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What is a Circular Polarizing Filter (CPL) and How to Use it

The use of lens filters can transform your photograph completely, as it allows you to go beyond the usual and explore something creative with your gear. Among multiple filters, a circular polarizing filter (CPL) is one such creative tool using which you can enhance the final photo that appears on your camera LCD screen. A […]

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How to Photograph Stars in the Night Sky

Love shooting long exposures of the night time sky but struggle with the exposure and other settings? This simple tutorial by Mango Street might just be what you need to get going: The Best Lens for Nighttime Long Exposure Photography The recommended lens for night time sky/star photography is a wide angle with a fast, […]

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Tamron 100-400mm VC review so far

Tamron’s 100-400/4.5-6.3 VC is a long telephoto zoom that’s corrected for full-frame sensors and available in Canon and Nikon DSLR mounts. It’s the first 100-400mm from Tamron and comes hot on the heels of Sigma’s 100-400/5-6.3 OS Contemporary. Check our review-so-far!… The post Tamron 100-400mm VC review so far appeared first on Cameralabs. Thomas Click […]

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