Cameras

Concert Photography 101: Cameras and Lenses for Beginners
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If you’ve ever wondered how to become a concert photographer, one of the very first steps is to acquire the right gear. You’ve probably been to a concert or festival and seen music photographers hauling tons of equipment such as two camera bodies and enormous lenses. While it’s certainly ideal for a professional to have […]

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How to Use Your Camera’s Color Profiles in Lightroom
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Your camera has several color profiles that you can enable to change the look of your photos. On most cameras, these have names like Standard, Portrait, and Landscape. The names are fairly self-explanatory and tell you what each profile is designed to be used for. This article will show you how to use those camera […]

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Four Common Myths About Full-Frame Cameras Dispelled
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One of the beautiful things about modern digital photography is the astronomical degree of choice that is available to us. No matter whether you’re a professional photographer, a weekend warrior, or a casual enthusiast who just likes to take snapshots of your kids, your food, or your feet – there are dozens, even hundreds, of […]

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How to Understand the Differences Between Full-Frame Versus Crop-Sensor Cameras
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I remember how excited I was to get my first DSLR several years ago. My wife and I had a newborn and wanted to get better shots of our little baby than what a pocket camera could provide. So we soon found ourselves with a new-to-us Nikon D200 that produced stunning images of our precious […]

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Some Annoying Things About Photography and Cameras
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Photography gave me a creative outlet in life, and I owe so much to it. It’s my form of escape and a way to relax. It pushes me to explore new places and it gets me out the door. I love it dearly. That being said, there’s a lot about photography that annoys the heck […]

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How to Understand Your Camera’s Light Meter and Get the Exposure You Want
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Regardless of how you shoot, and whichever shooting mode you prefer to use, there is one item that remains constant – the light meter. Somehow, either you or your camera has to know how much light in on your scene in order to determine the optimal combination of aperture size, shutter speed, and ISO sensitivity […]

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DSLR or Mirrorless Cameras Which is Right for You?
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Have you considered switching to a mirrorless camera system from your DSLR? Or are you upgrading fro a point and shoot and want to know which system is the right choice for you? This video from Phil Steele may help you understand the differences and make a decision that’s sound. If you found that helpful […]

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Beginners Guide to Different Types of Digital Cameras
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There is no shortage of digital cameras these days. But for any beginner in photography, it can be a daunting prospect trying to settle on the right one for them. Understanding how the different types of cameras differ could give you a good indication of which one might be right for you. Let’s take a look […]

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Super Kid: Sky Valley junior Caleb Bowman isn't shy around cameras
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Caleb Bowman, 16, a junior at Sky Valley Education Center in Monroe, was selected from among 180 entries from high school students as the Schack Art Center's grand prize winner for black-and-white photography for his photograph, “Complexion.” …

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