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The Best Value For Your Money On Radio Triggers

I recently discovered a set of high quality wireless radio triggers I want to share with you that can trigger speedlight flashes, studio strobes, double as a shutter…

The New 50MP Canon 5DS DSLR: What It Is And What It Isn’t

As many people know, yesterday Canon announced two versions of an exciting new 50.6MP DSLR full frame camera body, dubbed the Canon 5DS and 5DSR, which now boast…

Why I Got Rid Of All My Canon Speedlite Flashes

I recently made the decision to get rid of all my Canon Speedlite flashes and replace them with some very inexpensive Chinese made Yongnuo brand speedlight flashes instead….

A Better Understanding Of Your Histogram

I once published an article entitled Shoot (to the) Right On The Histogram Of Your DSLR Camera, which helped to explain how to shoot using the histogram to…

Don’t Be A One Trick Pony

I recently wrote a post titled “Should You Start A Career In Photography Now?” where I explored the need to specialize in one type of photography in order…

Lenses: Do You Really Need That Many?

When you pose this question to most photographers they will probably tell you that they can never have enough lenses. But the truth is, if you have just…

The Flexaret: A Beautiful Vintage Camera For The Collector

As a minimalist, I have never been much of a collector of anything, especially old film cameras, which have now become functionally obsolete. But I accidentally discovered an…

How To Tether Your Canon DSLR Camera Wirelessly To Your Android Tablet

If you have already read some of my earlier posts like Tethered Shooting With Your Canon DSLR And Android Tablet or The Best New Android Tablet For Tethered…

How To Calibrate Lenses With Your Camera Body (Part 2)

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS POST IS NO LONGER FULLY UP TO DATE. A new post was made on 18-August-2017 updating this blog with my latest lens calibration methods…

How To Calibrate Lenses With Your Camera Body (Part 1)

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS POST IS NO LONGER FULLY UP TO DATE. A new post was made on 18-August-2017 updating this blog with my latest lens calibration methods…

Black And White – An Old Way To Renew Your Digital Photos

Ever since the start of the digital camera revolution about 15 years ago, many photographers started to shoot less in black and white. And back in the days…

10 Important Functions When Buying A Flash

So you are ready to buy a new flash for your DSLR camera. But do you know what you are really looking for? Well, to help steer you…

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