Category: Photography

Articles about Photography – tips, camera reviews, photo gallery etc.

 7 Photography Exercises To Help You Be a Better Photographer

Photography is like most other professions or hobbies in that you will improve and get better with training. But, like other skills, you need to try and set yourself a structure and actively try and improve the areas that you may not be good at. Sure, like anything else, there are those that are naturally […]

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New: The Photography in Bad Weather Guide at 60% Off

When the weather turns sour… most of us tend to stay inside. But poor weather actually brings some of the greatest photography opportunities that you will ever get a chance to shoot. If you want to learn some new outdoor photography techniques – effective even when faced with clouds, rain, and lousy light – then […]

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What Lensrentals’ 2017 Equipment Rental Trends Tell Us About the Photography Industry

If you want to get a good feel for the pulse of the photography industry, looking at the camera equipment photographers are renting is a good place to gain some insight. Lensrentals has released their data on the most popular camera equipment of 2017, and it has some interesting facets. [ Read More ] Alex […]

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Canon G1 X III vs. Sony Cybershot RX100 V

Canon G1 X Mark III vs Sony RX100 V The year is 2017. Smartphones have rendered the $ 200 compact obsolete, and they’re creeping up on $ 500 interchangeable lens cameras. Things look bleak. But lo! Camera manufacturers have stumbled upon a niche market that can soften the blow they’ve been dealt by mobile devices: […]

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How to Photograph Agility Events and Other Dog Sports

Humans and horses aren’t the only athletes to reach massive feats – dogs do too! From the athletic sighthounds to the driven border collies, dogs have been competing in a slew of sports on the world stage since before you were born. Some of the most popular athletic canine sports include agility, dock diving, frisbee, […]

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Lightroom Classic vs Lightroom CC

Following Adobe’s announcement of two new versions of Lightroom, there has been some confusion about the exact purpose of each one. Many photographers on Adobe’s subscription plan are looking forward to using the new version of Lightroom and gaining the most recent feature set. But, which one is the new version? The two new options are […]

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How to Photograph Motion

Photographs by their very nature capture a split second in time. But often a photographer will want to suggest what comes just before or after the shot by portraying movement. There are some very obvious circumstances when you’ll need to capture motion, for example sports photography, but the same techniques can also be used in […]

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