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13 iPhone X Camera Tips You Won’t Want to Forget

In Features by Brad GoestschLeave a Comment

Anybody who has ever put any belief behind the ad campaigns produced by Apple showing incredible photos and video #ShotOniPhone has wondered exactly what they did to produce those amazing images. While there are often extreme measures taken to capture some of those images, this article on 13 iPhone X Camera Tips You Won’t Want …

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My Review of the Rode VideoMic Me

In Gear by Rick McEvoyLeave a Comment

My Review of the Rode VideoMic Me In this article I will write about the Rode VideoMic Me, kindly sent to me by Rode to trial and review. I have never used a microphone before, and want a microphone to improve the quality of the audio on my talking videos. At the moment all I …

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8 Surprising Facts About Civil War Photographer Mathew Brady

In Features by Andy Perkins5 Comments

Mathew Brady has been called the father of photojournalism. His name is synonymous with the images showing the struggles, triumphs, and human costs of the Civil War. But there are many things you might not know about this icon and photography pioneer. Mathew Brady was an artist, an innovator, an entrepreneur, and a household name …

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10 Ways to Add Creativity to Your Photos

In Photo Basics by Nathan Goldberg2 Comments

Every so often, we as photographers run out of inspiration and find ourselves in a creative block.  When we run out of ideas and struggle to get our creativity going, it gets hard to find the inspiration we’re looking for.  And often, we end up shooting less or shooting photos that aren’t creative and don’t …

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27 Tips for Zoo Photography

In Photo Basics by Bastian Bodyl2 Comments

Going to the zoo to photograph is always a lot of fun. In this article, you can read 27 tips for better pictures at your next zoo visit. Going to the zoo is also a good possibility to combine a day of photography and family. 1 Copyright Unlike to wild animals the animals in zoos …

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Product Review – Black Rapid Double Breathe Strap

In Gear by Michael AllenLeave a Comment

As a wedding and concert photographer, many of the times I’m going out to shoot for a client I utilize two cameras – one wide(r) and one telephoto. As anyone who has shot a fast paced event can attest, if you’re changing lenses during the event, you’re missing moments. Thus the advent of the two …

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6 Top Cameras for 2018 Under $5,000

In Gear by Brian Pex6 Comments

There has never been a better time to be a Photographer. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Pro, Pro/Enthusiast, Amature or just starting out, it is a very good time to be involved in the Photography world. From the top brands right on down to the lesser known and even Chinese knockoff products, there is …

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Review of the Mindshift Gear Backlight 36L

In Gear by Brent Huntley4 Comments

I’ll admit that I am a bit of a Think Tank fan boy as the Streetwalker Hard Drive is my favorite all-around camera backpack.  Because of this, it was natural to look at Think Tank’s sister company, Mindshift Gear, when I was looking for a larger hiking backpack.  After looking through all the various options …