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Cameras can be complicated; a breakdown of the latest in camera technologies and photography techniques to help you get the perfect shot.

Guije Sanchez3 days ago
Releasing New Photos from the Vault!
After so long of procrastinating and never gathering ideas for a work around to edit those large .NEF files from my then new Nikon D500, I have decided to take some 'inspired action' to look through t...
How I Chose Photography
Where do you see yourself in five years? How about ten years? We all come to a point in our life where we must decide what we want to do with the rest of our lives. No, I’m not talking about who we ar...
Hannah McSorley19 days ago
8 Things You Need to Know About Depth of Field (DoF)
As a new photographer, it can be difficult to understand the various settings on your DSLR and how they all work together to create an image. Maybe you understand some things like shutter speed and co...
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John Neil19 days ago
Desktop Inspiration
As per many of my inspirations, they seem to ignite while hard at work behind my computer. So it should come to no surprise that “Desktop Inspiration” is another such writing. I have two computers at ...
JT Fisherman21 days ago
My Happy Place
My legs and feet were growing numb from sitting on hard ground. Something, hopefully a tree root, was digging into a crevice I’d rather not mention and swarms of mosquitoes were alternately biting any...
David Romanisa month ago
Focusing on the Process to Hone Your Craft
The article was quite generic, not applying to anything specific, but rather serving as a general rule or theory to live life by: don’t get bogged down with the outcome, and put yourself under pressur...
David Romanisa month ago
More than Just a Camera
For the last few years of the Seventies after leaving the Royal Air Force, my Dad took a job that meant he had to spent a decent amount of time in the US. His jobs over the years took him all over the...
David Romanisa month ago
Ultimate Slow Photography: When No One Prints or Scans Specialist Negs
For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, the Sprocket Rocket from Lomography.com is a 35mm panoramic camera that exposes the entire width of the film, sprocket holes and all. The plastic lens has...
David Romanisa month ago
Seeing the World with a Photographer’s Eye
I don’t know the exact date, but I remember the day on which I started seeing the world differently. Some people have near-death experiences, others have a monumental epiphany. For me, it was when I g...
David Romanisa month ago
Why I Fell (Back) in Love with Slow Photography
I read about slow photography a little while ago when I was looking into buying bulk 35mm film and loading my own canisters. It’s predicated on the idea that we shouldn’t hurry the creative process an...
Michelle Jones2 months ago
Sparked! Photography
Back in 2015, I flew out to California for the first time, which was also my first flight alone, and I stayed with my stepmother Liz. At some point, she had purchased tickets for the Bill Pickett Rode...
Guije Sanchez2 months ago
New Chapter: Returning to Photography
A new chapter has arisen in my life, and I feel it's only the beginning of it. This journey started in the beginning of January of this year, after being jobless for quite some time. I was completely ...
Harrison Galgut3 months ago
Phones At Parties: Gift or Curse?
I am going to start by saying this article isn't about the actual ways you should or shouldn't frame a photo, but instead about the abstract idea of language. Mobile phones have become quite a gift to...
Taylene Lozier4 months ago
What Do I Shoot?
Funny how "real" photographers make things look so easy. I got my first camera August 16, 2016, and I fully expected to be a real photographer right away. After all, I had a professional camera. What ...
Harrison Galgut4 months ago
Flash Technique
What does shutter speed do? I believe that is a good place to start. Without flash, shutter speed works as a third of the exposure triangle.
Harrison Galgut5 months ago
Dark and Light? The Art of Subject
We all know about light and how it interacts with a camera. We all know that black and white are dangerous places to play in when editing. Sometimes we all make mistakes when adjusting our shadows and...