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Why a Nikon Shooter Bought a Fuji X100F as a Second Camera
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In this article (I don’t want to call it a review because) I’ll share my thoughts on why I picked up a Fuji X100F as a second camera alongside all my Nikon gear. And why I love this little camera! My journey into serious digital photography began in the spring of 2012 when I realized […]

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Review of the Tenba BYOB Camera Insert
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Is the perfect camera bag still eluding you? If so, Tenba has a great DIY option worth checking out. Dubbed the Tenba BYOB Camera Insert, it invites you to actually Bring Your Own Bag while still protecting your camera gear. Here’s more about what fits in the insert, plus pros and cons about using it […]

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Review – Shimoda Explore 40 Camera Adventure Bag
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I love to hike. I love to head out into the backcountry, and I regularly take my camera gear with me. Funnily enough, my first article here on dPS discussed just this fact. So it seems rather fitting that I got to review the Shimoda Explore 40 Camera Adventure Bag. The opportunity to review the […]

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4 Great Pieces of Camera Equipment to Help You Get Creative
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A great way to broaden your horizons in photography is to try out something new. In some cases, that will be a different technique, and in others, this will be using new gear. In this article, you will see four different kinds of camera equipment to help you get creative. The obvious new gear for […]

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Camera Comparison of 3 Popular Nikon Models: D750 – D7100 – D5100
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No matter which stage you are into the world of DSLR photography, often the big question comes. Which camera do you buy to start or progress your photography journey and get those creative juices flowing? In this article, I will compare three widely popular Nikon cameras (the Nikon D750 24 MP FX body – $1499, […]

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DEAL: 87% off 44 Photography Training Cards for your Camera Bag
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Have you ever gone out to shoot, but forgotten a technique you recently learned? We don’t all have a photographic memory, so having a compact reference guide at hand can help you recall what you learnt. That’s why the folks over at Photzy made these 44 printable Photography Training Cards called “Snap Cards”. And as […]

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6 Types of Bracketing Your Camera Can Do and How to Use Them
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Bracketing is a method of taking multiple images of the same scene at different settings in order to capture more detail in your shot. You might not be aware that there are actually a number of bracketing techniques besides the most common method which is exposure bracketing. Exposure bracketing allows you to retain more dynamic […]

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How to Choose Your First Camera Drone and Skyrocket Your Photography
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Maybe you are in love with photography and in the process of turning it into a passion. You might be a professional photographer who’s always searching to improve, or you might just like capturing those beautiful trips like no other. If you’re in any of these categories, you might want to consider buying yourself a […]

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Beginner’s Guide to Metering Modes on Your Camera
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Should you bother to learn about metering modes? I’m confident I can sell you on it. Your camera’s automatic metering will only carry you so far. As your digital photography ability grows, you’ll start to feel frustrated in scenes with mixed light. Learning metering modes is the key to making tricky light conditions seem much […]

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