4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy


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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy

Most gear chatter online tends to center around the endless and ultimately useless debate about which camera bodies are the best on the market and will transform you overnight into a photographic superhero combining the skills of Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, and James Nachtwey into one without ever having to practice or learn your craft. But with all the focus on sensors and capture devices, we often pay far too little attention to each image’s first port of entry: the lens.

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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy


This post is by Christopher Malcolm from Fstoppers


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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy

Most gear chatter online tends to center around the endless and ultimately useless debate about which camera bodies are the best on the market and will transform you overnight into a photographic superhero combining the skills of Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, and James Nachtwey into one without ever having to practice or learn your craft. But with all the focus on sensors and capture devices, we often pay far too little attention to each image’s first port of entry: the lens.

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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy


This post is by Christopher Malcolm from Fstoppers


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4 Reasons to Consider Lenses Before Considering Which Camera to Buy

Most gear chatter online tends to center around the endless and ultimately useless debate about which camera bodies are the best on the market and will transform you overnight into a photographic superhero combining the skills of Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, and James Nachtwey into one without ever having to practice or learn your craft. But with all the focus on sensors and capture devices, we often pay far too little attention to each image’s first port of entry: the lens.

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A Message for the Haters


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A Message for the Haters

For the last few years, we’ve been a part of the large photography sale with 5DayDeal, and each year we have to deal with the haters and skeptics.

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The FBI Hostage Negotiator Techniques All Photographers Should Be Using


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The FBI Hostage Negotiator Techniques All Photographers Should Be Using

You wouldn’t necessarily think FBI hostage negotiators and photographers have much in common but they do. These are the psychological techniques they use that photographers should be using too.

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The FBI Hostage Negotiator Techniques All Photographers Should Be Using


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The FBI Hostage Negotiator Techniques All Photographers Should Be Using

You wouldn’t necessarily think FBI hostage negotiators and photographers have much in common but they do. These are the psychological techniques they use that photographers should be using too.

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The FBI Hostage Negotiator Techniques All Photographers Should Be Using


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The FBI Hostage Negotiator Techniques All Photographers Should Be Using

You wouldn’t necessarily think FBI hostage negotiators and photographers have much in common but they do. These are the psychological techniques they use that photographers should be using too.

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The FBI Hostage Negotiator Techniques All Photographers Should Be Using


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The FBI Hostage Negotiator Techniques All Photographers Should Be Using

You wouldn’t necessarily think FBI hostage negotiators and photographers have much in common but they do. These are the psychological techniques they use that photographers should be using too.

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A Look at a Commercial Photographer’s Marketing Emails


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A Look at a Commercial Photographer's Marketing Emails

Marketing is tough. It is hard, a bit of a dark art, and also very much something that you can’t learn overnight. Chances are your photography is good enough, but you are still struggling to get work.

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A Look at a Commercial Photographer’s Marketing Emails


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A Look at a Commercial Photographer's Marketing Emails

Marketing is tough. It is hard, a bit of a dark art, and also very much something that you can’t learn overnight. Chances are your photography is good enough, but you are still struggling to get work.

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Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?


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Whether you’re an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges. But is it mandatory to be a victim of circumstances? I’m looking at the question. Why do some people are victims while others grow? Let me start by taking a look at some good friends. […]

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Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?


This post is by Michèle Grenier from Photofocus


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Whether you’re an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges. But is it mandatory to be a victim of circumstances? I’m looking at the question. Why do some people are victims while others grow? Let me start by taking a look at some good friends. […]

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The 5DayDeal 2020 Photography Bundle (Podcast 721)


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5DayDeal 2020 Photography Bundle
The 5DayDeal Photography Bundle 2020 is now on sale, and I’ve created this post to outline some of my favorite tools! Your Photography will thank you for this!
 

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Lessons from the field: Reframing failures


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One of the hardest parts of starting out in any industry or job is your inevitable failures while learning and growing. I don’t care who you are — you’re going to make mistakes and learn lessons the hard way. As someone who is currently trying to transition from a hobbyist to professional photographer, I’ve had […]

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Lessons from the field: Reframing failures


This post is by Sara Kempner from Photofocus


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One of the hardest parts of starting out in any industry or job is your inevitable failures while learning and growing. I don’t care who you are — you’re going to make mistakes and learn lessons the hard way. As someone who is currently trying to transition from a hobbyist to professional photographer, I’ve had […]

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Lessons from the field: Reframing failures


This post is by Sara Kempner from Photofocus


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One of the hardest parts of starting out in any industry or job is your inevitable failures while learning and growing. I don’t care who you are — you’re going to make mistakes and learn lessons the hard way. As someone who is currently trying to transition from a hobbyist to professional photographer, I’ve had […]

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Mind Your Own Business: Glen Clark discusses tips for getting sponsorship opportunities


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Welcome to Mind Your Own Business, the podcast that helps photographers improve their business and their lives! Today, we chat with Glen Clark. Glen discusses ways to get your foot in the door with companies for sponsorship opportunities. You don’t want to miss this! We discuss: How Glen got started in the photography industry How […]

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8 Ways You Can Make Money With Macro Photography


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8 Ways You Can Make Money With Macro Photography

Macro photography is a more specialized genre than most, and as such, if you specialize in it, it can be tricky knowing how to turn your skills into actual income. This fantastic video discusses eight different ways you can create income using macro photography.

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8 Ways You Can Make Money With Macro Photography


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8 Ways You Can Make Money With Macro Photography

Macro photography is a more specialized genre than most, and as such, if you specialize in it, it can be tricky knowing how to turn your skills into actual income. This fantastic video discusses eight different ways you can create income using macro photography.

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James Beard Award-Winning Photographer Cooks Up a Tasty Newsletter


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New Yorker Gary He (@garyhe) has been through a lot. While a student at Stuyvesant High School, he lived through the trauma of September 11 a block from Ground Zero. After graduating from NYU with a degree in journalism, he entered the arduous world of freelance photography covering news, events, politics, and more – while…

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