Category: Photography

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

Fujifilm XF 50mm f2 review so far

The XF 50mm f2 is a short telephoto prime lens for Fujifilm’s mirrorless X-series. Delivering a 75mm equivalent field-of-view, it’s perfect for portraits with blurred backgrounds or tighter urban and landscape views. I’ve been comparing it against the XF 56mm f1.2 and ahead of my review, here’s my sample images!… The post Fujifilm XF 50mm […]

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QNAP TVS-882T Review

It is a fact that as content creators, we are always in need for more storage. Thanks to all the latest and greatest cameras on the market that offer incredible detail with their high resolution sensors, we find ourselves constantly reassessing our storage requirements. Old computers are getting too slow to handle all the media […]

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How to Photograph Fireworks eBook Deal Until July 4

With 4th of July Independence Day celebrations quickly approaching, we have been receiving requests for more training on how to photograph fireworks. Fireworks photography is indeed one of the most daunting types of photography. This in-depth tutorial eBook explains the process from start to finish, everything from gear and camera settings to composition and post-processing to […]

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How To Start a Video Project in Premiere Pro

We all have an idea of how a non-linear editor works. You drag the files into the timeline, and move them around to create the interesting video you are intending to produce. But, if you’re like me, setting up the project and to make sure no files go missing or aren’t imported correctly can be […]

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7 Tips to Help You Start and Grow a Photography Business

I have been a Digital Photography School writer for the past three years and I have to say, I absolutely love writing and sharing my photography experiences and knowledge. Every time one of my articles get published, my Facebook page and my website get a lot of visitors. I know this is because I use google analytics […]

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Google Pixel owners can compete to have their images shown as Chromecast backgrounds

Who hasn’t spent a few minutes watching Chromecast’s rotation of bliss-inducing, long exposure landscape photography? What better buffer is there between the end of a ’30 Rock’ Netflix marathon and a return to reality than a never-ending loop of HDR cityscapes and peaceful beach sunsets? None better, and now regular folk like us can have […]

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Backing up Photos in the Back Country

Any photographer who has ever lost some of their photos will tell you how important it is to have a good backup system. For your best photos, you should have three or more copies, located in at least two different physical locations at all times. You absolutely shouldn’t have any of your photos located in […]

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