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Its an open secret that advertisers use some tricks to make food look more appetizing. But some of them can get really nasty! They make the food look delicious, but most of the time they also make it inedible. Glue instead of milk, shaving foam instead of whipped cream, dish liquid in just about anything […]

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Instagram is introducing a new feature that will limit the audience of the Stories you share. From now on, what you share in Stories can be displayed only to your close friends if you feel like sharing more personal stuff thats not for everyones eyes. Share with Your Close Friends on Instagram Stories Starting today, […]

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No matter if youre shooting photos or video, you may want to achieve some unique angles and access some places that are not easily accessible. In this video, Jay P. Morgan shows you a couple of ways to achieve unique camera angles and spice up your photo and video work. Jay uses Platypod Max for […]

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While the brands battle it out over who has the largest mount and whose lenses can have the widest apertures, Canon’s DSLRs have proven they have no problem with wide aperture f/1.2 lenses. And Samyang has been adding to that f/1.2 collective again, expanding their “XPERT” line of lenses with another new announcement. Starting off […]

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The post 7 Ways To Take Your Photography To The Next Level appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kav Dadfar.

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Recently Canon Watch reported that Canon will be announcing two new EOS R models in 2019. It had also been suggested that at least one full frame DSLR model had been shelved in favour of a mirrorless option. It was speculated that this model might be the EOS 5DS/5DSR. Now, new word via Canon Rumors […]

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When I look at photos and videos of Iceland, they often remind me of another planet. In his short film Anomaly, German filmmaker Jacco Kliesch made Iceland look like another dimension. While this beautiful country sure looks incredible in photos and videos, this video brought it to a whole new level. Basically, Anomaly combines travel […]

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The post Gear Review: The Lumix G9 Mirrorless Camera appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by David Shaw.

The Lumix G9 – a 20.3mp, micro 4/3rds, mirrorless camera.

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If youre just starting out as a filmmaker and looking into buying gear, it may seem overwhelming. So much to buy, so many options and it can all be pretty expensive. But Matti Haapojas latest video is here to make the decisions easier and help you get your first kit. He suggests the first […]

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