An Essay Only Nikon Shooters Will Appreciate


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An Essay Only Nikon Shooters Will Appreciate

I started out today to write a specific camera review but ended up taking a broader view of a brand that I have come to depend on. I haven’t forgotten about the review, but, in today’s article, I thought I would simply share the love.

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The Power of the Zoom


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The Power of the Zoom

Transform boring, wide scenes into dramatic and intimate close-ups with a telephoto lens that brings you into the photo, focusing on the fine details.

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Benefits of investing in photography workshops


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It’s safe to say that we live in an era of information abundance. The internet holds a plethora of knowledge, readily available at our fingertips day or night. Many photographers are now opting out of a formal university education and instead going to the “school of YouTube” to learn their trade. The amount of free […]

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Benefits of investing in photography workshops


This post is by Sara Kempner from Photofocus


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It’s safe to say that we live in an era of information abundance. The internet holds a plethora of knowledge, readily available at our fingertips day or night. Many photographers are now opting out of a formal university education and instead going to the “school of YouTube” to learn their trade. The amount of free […]

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What Is the Most Common Photography Mistake?


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What Is the Most Common Photography Mistake?

Whether you’ve just bought your first camera, or you’re decades deep into the craft, you make mistakes — we all do. But what is the most common photography mistake?

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What Is the Most Common Photography Mistake?


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What Is the Most Common Photography Mistake?

Whether you’ve just bought your first camera, or you’re decades deep into the craft, you make mistakes — we all do. But what is the most common photography mistake?

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Stop the Excuses and Pick That Camera Up Once Again


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Stop the Excuses and Pick That Camera Up Once Again

Do you feel like you are living in a parallel world where time both seemingly stops but also goes at a rate faster than before? Have the constant restrictions paralyzed you and left you unable to foresee picking up your camera anytime soon?

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Stop the Excuses and Pick That Camera Up Once Again


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Stop the Excuses and Pick That Camera Up Once Again

Do you feel like you are living in a parallel world where time both seemingly stops but also goes at a rate faster than before? Have the constant restrictions paralyzed you and left you unable to foresee picking up your camera anytime soon?

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Learning to See Again


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Crash! I tentatively turn my body in the direction of the sound already aware of its cause. There, a few feet away in the rocks, lay one of my cameras, its lens akimbo.

The camera had been capturing a time-lapse of the sunrise. The raging wind had picked up the tripod to which the camera was affixed and lifted the entire enterprise a few feet off of its rocky perch before depositing it on the edge of the cliff on which I stood. Instantly, I sprung into action, grabbing the tripod before it could complete the 500-foot drop. I gently

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Learning to See Again


This post is by Brian Christianson from PetaPixel


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Crash! I tentatively turn my body in the direction of the sound already aware of its cause. There, a few feet away in the rocks, lay one of my cameras, its lens akimbo.

The camera had been capturing a time-lapse of the sunrise. The raging wind had picked up the tripod to which the camera was affixed and lifted the entire enterprise a few feet off of its rocky perch before depositing it on the edge of the cliff on which I stood. Instantly, I sprung into action, grabbing the tripod before it could complete the 500-foot drop. I gently

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Learning to See Again


This post is by Brian Christianson from PetaPixel


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Crash! I tentatively turn my body in the direction of the sound already aware of its cause. There, a few feet away in the rocks, lay one of my cameras, its lens akimbo.

The camera had been capturing a time-lapse of the sunrise. The raging wind had picked up the tripod to which the camera was affixed and lifted the entire enterprise a few feet off of its rocky perch before depositing it on the edge of the cliff on which I stood. Instantly, I sprung into action, grabbing the tripod before it could complete the 500-foot drop. I gently

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Why the GFX 100 Is More Impressive Than You Thought and Why the GFX 100S Might Be Perfect


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Why the GFX 100 Is More Impressive Than You Thought and Why the GFX 100S Might Be Perfect

Fujifilm has been quietly dominating the rather niche market of reasonably priced medium format cameras. However, their rumored newest addition is either going to the perfect option in that sector, or it’s going to narrowly miss that target.

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Why the GFX 100 Is More Impressive Than You Thought and Why the GFX 100S Might Be Perfect


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Why the GFX 100 Is More Impressive Than You Thought and Why the GFX 100S Might Be Perfect

Fujifilm has been quietly dominating the rather niche market of reasonably priced medium format cameras. However, their rumored newest addition is either going to the perfect option in that sector, or it’s going to narrowly miss that target.

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Color concepts: What’s in for 2021?


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According to the fashionistas, the colors in style for 2021 are the following: Flame Scarlet Saffron Classic Blue Biscay Green Chive Faded Denim Orange Peel Mosaic Blue Sunlight Coral Pink Cinnamon Stick Grape Compote How does all this relate to photography, particularly still life? It’s a good question. My guess is for Flame Scarlet, Saffron, […]

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How Much Lens Sharpness Do You Really Need?


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How Much Lens Sharpness Do You Really Need?

Lens sharpness is one of the most sought-after characteristics in photography, with photographers often willing to shell out a lot of money on lenses that are often quite bulky and a lot to carry around. Why are we so obsessed with sharpness? How much do we really need? This excellent video essay discusses the topic.

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What Nikon needs to do to stay in the game


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Back in the day, there were two primary camera brands — Canon and Nikon. If you walked into any camera shop, Canon and Nikon were the main brands you saw. The companies moved the photography industry forward year after year, from film cameras to DSLRs. Even today, if you walk into a camera shop, those […]

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What are the Best Ways for Beginners To Shoot Above Their Skill Level?


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What are the Best Ways for Beginners To Shoot Above Their Skill Level?

There is always someone better than you, and photography is no exception. But that doesn’t mean you have to settle for your lot, even as a beginner, and while improving, there are ways you can ensure you are shooting above your ability level.

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What are the Best Ways for Beginners To Shoot Above Their Skill Level?


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What are the Best Ways for Beginners To Shoot Above Their Skill Level?

There is always someone better than you, and photography is no exception. But that doesn’t mean you have to settle for your lot, even as a beginner, and while improving, there are ways you can ensure you are shooting above your ability level.

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One Thing Fuji Could Do To Make The GFX 100 Even More Powerful


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One Thing Fuji Could Do To Make The GFX 100 Even More Powerful

The Fuji GFX 100 is an amazing camera. But one simple fix could greatly improve its usefulness in my workflow.

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7 Ways to Guarantee You Improve as a Photographer in 2021


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7 Ways to Guarantee You Improve as a Photographer in 2021

The good news is 2020 is over. The bad news is that 2020’s woes appear to be coming with us into 2021. So, if you want to improve in photography, it’s going to take more effort and focus than usual.

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