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Used Photography Equipment: Why You Should Consider Buying Them

Did you know that buying used photography equipment while you are trying to establish your photography business can very well work in your favor? Yes, it definitely can.  More than just helping you save a lot of your hard-earned dollars, buying used photography equipment can also offer you a lot of other benefits as well. […]
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Point and Click vs. DSLR Cameras: Which One Should You Pick?

There was a time when choosing a camera depends largely on how much you can afford to pay for it. Believe it or not, it was really that straightforward. Well, to be honest about it, those days are long gone. Now, choosing the perfect camera that fits your needs is a lot more complicated. There are a lot of factors that come into play. As such, your budget becomes just one of the things you have to consider when making your final decision.
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Finding The Right Camera For Your Grandpa And Grandma

There are so many cameras on the market these days that it is almost overwhelming to have to make a decision as to the correct one to buy. This difficult task is made even more daunting when the camera is for a gift, thus putting even more pressure on the customer to find the perfect match for the recipient. Below are some of the major categories and options available for cameras that will hopefully take some of the guesswork out of the camera purchase, and make the task a bit more pleasant.
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Working with Camera Lens Filters – How to Choose One that Fits Your Needs

Despite the present popularity of digital cameras, any good photographer should never forget to bring appropriate lens filters with him wherever he goes. Here are some reasons why:
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10 Must Read Photography Blogs

n researching this article, I did a Google search for “great photography blog” and it gave me 45,800,000 results. Where would I even start to look for other great photography blogs (besides the one you’re reading now?) To narrow down the field, I looked at several pages of results and noted the blogs that were mentioned multiple times in different articles, and then did quite a bit of browsing on each of those blogs.
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Summer Camera Care

Summertime generally means days of brilliant sun, time spent outdoors and in the water and lots of activity that isn’t as easily done during the colder and snowier months. If someone is a photographer, the summer months also mean exposing a camera to its greatest enemies – humidity, water, heat and overexposure to the sun.
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Online Resources and Galleries for Photographers

As a photographer, one of the keys to success is taking full and complete advantage of good resources for photographers. Tools and resources are those nuggets that make the life of a photographer just that bit easier. Sometimes you have to search extensively for the tools that will help you. It is most often the case that you will find a good tool here, another great gadget there and so on. Good resources are often fragmented and provided by different organizations. It is very rare to find many quality photography resources all in the same place.
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Tips for Planning a Photography Website

Building a website for your photography business is one of the best assets you can have to showcase your photography. A photography website has the potential to bring you a lot of business, especially if your website stands out from the rest. Here are a few tips to help you plan your photography website. Frequently […]
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Understanding Digital Camera Lenses

When beginning an examination of the use and varieties in digital camera lenses it is important to remember that the digital cameras have a sensor that is smaller than a 35mm film frame. This means that there is a significantly narrower field of view than that presented by the same lens on a non-digital 35mm […]
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5 Key Ideas for Creating a Photography Website

In the age of the internet and World Wide Web, it has become almost mandatory to have your own website. Commercial photographers and freelance photographers know the value of getting their work seen and recognized. If you are turning your photography hobby into a part-time or, even a full-time, business the first thing you need […]
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Editing Images In Photoshop

If you are familiar with Photoshop you may all ready know the basic functions of the tool palette items and some of the other commands. If you are just beginning to use the software package and want to use it simply to clean up or lightly alter your own photographs there are a few basic […]
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Introduction to High Dynamic Range and Histogram

Whether you are a professional or an amateur photographer, it pays to keep up with technological developments in the industry. The traditional processes of any photographic system, whether a SLR or a digital method, involve capturing an image, storing that image,
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