Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Ahead of the expected August announcement of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Canon Rumorsaresaid to bereceiving reports that “more than a few” Canon preferred photographers have been able to get their hands on one. With 4K video, and 1080p @ 120fps being the only seemingly reliable bits of infoat the moment, other firmspecsare somewhat [...]

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Of course it follows the rule of thirds, It has to to be a good photo, right? I am not sure. You can always “break the rules”, to make a good photo, which loughs at the composition rules… This display of power fromPhotographer James Allen Stewart shows that there is no way around the rules, [...]

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Who better to get photo composition tips from than four-time Travel Photographer of the Year award-winner, Bob Holmes? He shares some techniques you can use to work with composition and take better photos, no matter where your travels may take you.

Bob has been all over the world, and his travel photos have appeared in National Geographic,... more

The folks over at Samsung were kind enough to send us a 1 Terabyte SSD drive for review(yes you read that right, 1 terabyte). We’ve been using it for a while and we are thrilled. Basically, I found nothing negative to say, aside maybe the fact that it is not padded. On the other hand, [...]

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A long time ago when I started my first steps into the photography world, a good friend of mine that worked many years as a photojournalist, told me:

Treat your camera like a soldier treats his gun, keep it clean and ready to fire!

I never forgot that advice from him, and I kept a Pentax K1000, my very first camera, in pristine condition to this day.Nowadays things are a bit different, and electronic digital equipment is not really built to last like in the good old days of... more

You’ve just bought yourself a new camera, or perhaps a new lens. Now you find yourself wanting to get a new bag for new purchases – after all, a good bag will protect your equipment, and can serve as an ideal place to store your photography gear when not in use.

These are some of my bags. The two end ones are both roller bags. From left to right:... more

The Google Nik collection has been considered one of the top photographic effect plugin suites for a few years now, and it just got better in a big way – as of March 24th, 2016, it’s available free of charge.

This move has been applauded by many, yet accompanied by caution with by some, since a few analysts see this as the beginning of the end for the software suite. This is all speculation of course, and regardless of... more

If you ever entered the dark depths of Deviantart a few years back, you would have most likely stumbled upon the name Conzpiracy at some point in your journey. Like a modern day urban legend, his complex manipulations of the macabre made waves through the DA community. Conzpiracy’s Photoshop tutorials were coveted by users in [...]

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You only have to walk down the street to be bombarded with signs, advertising, street markers, building and business names and more. See some here:Sign of the Times – 27 Significant Images of Signage

By Natasha Wheatland

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Images of signs can help date a photograph and give viewers clues about the location, culture, even the period of history. Street photography often incorporates signage.

What other ways can we use signs? Literal or more subtle? Let’s see how these photographers use signs:

By Andrea Koerner

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