Photography Blogs & Tutorials

From vintage golden rings to lifelike animals, hidden cameras come in many interesting shapes, sizes and purposes. But in a recently sold collection of Russian spy cameras at Aston’s Auctioneers in the UK, one of them caught my eye. Its a spy camera disguised as a camera. Sometimes works best to hide things in […]

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For many students, as they start learning photography they want to know how to take photos at night. It is a mystery to them and they often think it is so complicated that they will never be able to do it. That is until they try it and discover just how easy it is. The next step is editing those images and ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 has a lot of tools and adjustments that are perfect for processing night photography.

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I absolutely love my Sony A7III. Most of our production is done on this camera and it is a significant upgrade from the previous A7II. Now, don’t get me wrong, I would buy this camera again, but some of Sony’s decisions about this camera just make me go WHY? 1. No built-inIntervalometer –This is actually […]

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Understanding exposure is vital if you want to make informed decisions about your photography. And specifically understanding the exposure triangle. The relationship betweenISO, aperture and shutter speed. It’s a delicate balance that newer photographers can often struggle with. But let Aaron Nace guide you through it in these videos with a little assistance from Star […]

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The worlds largest fetish event Folsom Street Fair is controversial by itself. But, it has also sparked controversies among the photography community. In 2014, the Ask First Campaign originated at the event, telling photographers to ask first before taking photos. Since the fair is held in a public space, many photographers believe that they have […]

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There’s no way around it, the new Sigma 105mm f/1.4 Art lens is freakishly huge. Compared to the Nikon 105mm f/1.4E lens released a couple of years ago, it just looks ridiculous. The Sigma is substantially bigger and weighs about 70% more than the Nikon. It even weighs more than my Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 zoom. […]

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Well, this is a bit of a surprise. The Cactus RQ250 strobe announced shortly before The Photography Show earlier in the year is being taken to Kickstarter. Originally scheduled to ship in September 2018, it looks like it’s seen some slight delays, with the campaign showing backers will now receive theirs in October 2018. Now […]

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Did you know that the automated features and tricks built into cameras and computer software can actually stunt your photographic growth and photography skills? Its true. Unless you are seeking to learn how to achieve specific results from the canned effects used by others, you might be shortchanging yourself.

Think back to what made you take up photography in the first place. Remember seeing the amazing shots in magazines, online, or taken by a friend and then dreaming that you too... more

With their usual fanfare, Tamron today announced a new 17-35mm f/2.8-4 Di OSD lens for full frame cameras. Available in Nikon F and Canon EF mounts, Tamron says that the goal with this lens was to produce something that offers “easy portability” while retaining “superb image quality”. Covering 17-35mm focal lengths, it’s a pretty common […]

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Have you noticed all those people around you who are constantly trying to capture a perfect selfie or holiday snapshot? This compilation from Ozzy Man Reviews will show you why acting like this can be dangerous. But also, it shows how people who constantly take snapshots with their phones can make our lives more interesting. […]

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