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Choosing a Creative Exposure – A Beginner’s Guide

There are many combinations of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO that will correctly expose an image. With all those combinations, which one is the right one? If you leave your camera in full program mode, your camera will pick a combination for you. However, letting your camera have complete control is not why you bought […]

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The best camera accessories – a holiday gift guide!

If you’re shopping for camera accessories or gifts for a photographer, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve put together a list of the essential camera accessories I never leave home without. From filters to tripods, batteries to storage, there’s something for everyone here, plus some bonus coffee action at the end! And best of […]

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The dPS Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography

  Download “The Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography” We respect your email privacy   Introduction Landscape photography is one of the most challenging and most rewarding hobbies a person can have. One of the things I like most about it is that there is always more to learn. It keeps our brains active! Between learning […]

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Best Mirrorless Cameras – my updated Buyers Guide!

Looking for a new mirrorless camera? I’ve updated my Buyer’s Guide with the very best models I’ve reviewed at Cameralabs, including models from Sony, Fujifilm, Panasonic and Olympus! As always, if you find my guides and reviews useful, you can support me anytime you shop for anything at all at Amazon, B and H or […]

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: $500 and up

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: $ 500 and up Shopping for photographers is hard. In fact, shopping in general is hard. We’d like to help everyone involved out a little bit, whether you’re shopping for a photographer or taking a break from the stress of holiday shopping to #treatyoself. If you’re really looking to invest in a […]

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The Exposure Triangle – A Beginner’s Guide

For many starting out in photography, the relationship between aperture, shutter speed, and ISO can be confusing. To further muddy the water, the terms ‘stop’ and ‘f-stop’ are often used interchangeably but refer to different things. In this article, I would like to take some of the mystery out of these concepts by talking about the […]

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: $100-500

2016 Holiday Gift Guide $ 100-500  Shopping for photographers is hard. In fact, shopping in general is hard. We’d like to help everyone involved out a little bit, whether you’re shopping for a photographer or taking a break from the stress of holiday shopping to #treatyoself. In this price range you’ll find more than just […]

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