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If you want to turn your love for photography into abusiness, theres a lot to take into consideration. To make things easier for you, Peter McKinnon has created a great video about the things he wishes hed known sooner. If youre about to turn pro, this will spare you some mistakes many photographers make at […]

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I’ve been a fan of Cosyspeed’s bags for a while now. I own a couple of them myself. They’re very handy when you want to be able to keep both of your hands free, but still have quick and easy access to your camera while out and about. Cosyspeed has changed directions slightly with their […]

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Georgian Bay – Summer Landscape

Changing How Photographs are Taken

In recent years, a number of manufacturers have produced cameras that are capable of producing higher-resolution images through something called Sensor-Shift Technology. This technology has been made possible with the advent of in body image stabilization (IBIS). Camera designers have used the IBIS as a way to get incredible increases in image resolution or to improve the color information... more

Facebook has had some pretty weird cases of censoring works of art before. This time, photos taken by iconic photographer Irving Penn were censored because, basically, Facebook thinks theyre porn. Photographer Cliff Cheng shared some of Penns portraits of tribes on the verge of extinction, and Facebook deleted them in a matter of minutes due […]

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Rumours of a new “Mini A9” APS-C Sony camera seem to be popping up more and more as we get closer to Photokina. But a new announcement today may offer some insight into what may be announced in a couple of weeks. Sony has today announced a new 31MP APS-C sized CMOS sensor with a […]

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I’ve been shooting for about 5 years now and here are 4 things, that, had I learned them earlier, I could have saved so much time and taken many better pictures and gotten better so much faster. And I’m curious – what things did you learn, that you wish you had learned sooner? Zone system […]

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Sooner or later, almost everyone has to sit alone in front of a camera for a grad portrait or professional headshot. It is almost always an uncomfortable experience for portrait clients. But it’s easy to forget this as photographers.

When I great people for their portraits they often confess things like, “I’m terrible with photos,” “I feel sick,” or “I hate my face.”

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I’d been looking forward to getting my hands on the Sigma 105mm f/1.4 Art lens ever since it was announced. I got to have a brief look at one during The Photography Show back in March, but didn’t really have the chance to play with it properly. Fortunately, one of my best friends is Sigma […]

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I’ve used a multitude of different lenses over the years, but never one that I have loved using so much as my 35mm f1.4.

This lens fits with my style of photography. I like things fairly natural and unmanipulated. I love isolating my subject and enjoy being able to photograph in low light without a flash. Also, I prefer getting close to what I am photographing.

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It’s being reported by Fuji Rumors that the Fuji press event coming before Photokina opens up will be to announce a new medium format camera. The GFX 50R has been rumoured for a while now, but it seems that it’s finally coming. And it’s coming on September 25th – not the 23rd as many have […]

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