Tag: DSLR

6 Tips to Keep Your DSLR Safe While Traveling

Photographers—both amateurs and professionals—have one thing in common: they would never think of leaving their photography equipment at home when they travel. Although traveling provides an awesome opportunity to capture memorable photos, few people want to cover the risk of damage to their photography equipment while on the go. So follow these tips to ensure […]

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How to Demystify Shooting Video With Your dSLR

It’s almost impossible these days to get a camera that doesn’t have a video mode yet I’m going to guess that you have either never pushed the record button, or you have and you weren’t happy with the results so never pushed it again. Or maybe you’ve avoided pushing the button simply because you don’t […]

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7 tips to set up your Nikon DSLR for fast use

We’re fans of Steve Perry’s wildlife and landscape photography, but even bigger fans of his practical tips. In a recent video and article Steve outlines seven great tips about how to set up your Nikon DSLR for quick operation, particularly when it comes to wildlife shooting. Incidentally, we agree with every single one of his […]

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Bought Your First DSLR? 6 Tips for Learning How to Use Your New Camera

After a lot of thought and research, you finally pull the trigger. You bring home your first digital camera, pull the sleek marvel of engineering out of the box, and stare at it excitedly. Then you look at all the buttons and controls, and the excitement turns into fear… You realize that you have no […]

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Throwback Thursday: Entering the DSLR world with the Canon EOS 10D

A few months ago I wrote a short article about the Canon EOS D30. The D30 was a groundbreaking camera in its day, being the first ‘affordable’ DSLR and the first to feature a large-format CMOS sensor. Yes, its autofocus system was woeful, and the LCD display on the back was about as useful as […]

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Canon EOS 80D review – the best hybrid DSLR gets upgraded!

Canon’s EOS 80D is an upper mid-range DSLR featuring 24 Megapixels, a 45-point AF system, 7fps burst shooting and Full HD video up to 1080 / 60p. The successor to the popular EOS 70D, the 80D sits in the middle of Canon’s DSLR range, offering a step-up in speed, build, control and features over the […]

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How to Make a Pinhole Camera with a DSLR Body Cap

Pinhole photography is a lensless form of photography. Essentially, the pinhole camera is a lightproof box with a tiny aperture and a photosensitive material positioned inside. Light passes through the aperture and projects an inverted image onto the interior of the box where the photosensitive material is fixed. You can make a pinhole camera out of practically […]

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