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A Blog For Photographers

How to Capture a Sunset Photo

Relevant offer ending soon: for sunset photo editing, here are some Aurora HDR 2018 Sunset Processing Examples Sunsets are among the favorite subjects of people who love photography, whether amateurs or veterans. Wherever they go, people just love to watch sunsets while relaxing at the end of the day, and when there’s an opportunity, they don’t […]

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Yashica teases ‘Unprecedented Camera’: Coming to Kickstarter in October

Last week’s Yashica teaser was met with a lot of excitement. But it didn’t take long for people to claim that teaser had nothing to do with a camera. In fact, they said, Yashica was just teasing a clip-on smartphone lens they had already released. Womp womp… But not so fast! Another teaser video released […]

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Nikon D850 Review

Perhaps one of the most anticipated camera releases of 2017 has been the D810 successor, the Nikon D850. Nikon’s high resolution camera body shook up the industry once again, this time with a strong punch, making the Nikon D850 the most versatile DSLR on the market. Thanks to its 45.7 MP sensor with a native […]

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How to Break the Rules with a Central Composition

When you started your journey to become a photographer, it’s likely you quickly encountered the famous Rule of Thirds. This rule is a fantastic guide for how to achieve a balanced and visually-pleasing composition, which is why most photographers use it – from newspaper editorial images to action shots to portraits. It’s also a very […]

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Tenba Air Gear Cases Handle 400 Pounds of Stacked Weight With Less Burden of Other Plastic Hard Cases

For traveling photographers and videographers, the hard plastic case is an essential piece of kit in order to get equipment from point A to point B safely. Tenba is looking to improve upon this experience with the Air Case Attaché collection. [ Read More ] Ryan Mense Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto […]

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3 Steps to Better Interior Photography

With any good photography, you need to decide beforehand what the purpose is of the image that you are about to make. Is the picture intended to show the interior design, the build, the finish, the furniture, or perhaps the floor or ceiling? Perhaps the lighting company hired you to cover its latest project? Try to […]

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Incredible microscopic close-ups of a peacock feather

Turkish macro photographer Can Tuncer takes his macro work far beyond most macro shooters. Forget 1:1 or even 2:1, when Tuncer decides on a project his super macro work requires complex focus stacking rigs, microscope lenses, and 40-images per photo to get everything in focus. This was the case with his most recent project, Peacock […]

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