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A Guide to the Cheapest Full-Frame Cameras Available

In Gear by Brent Huntley15 Comments

The first thing to get out of the way is this article is not intended in any way to advise any reader on whether they need a full frame camera or whether they need a Nikon, Canon, Sony or any other brand.  I am a firm believer that a decent photographer can make great images with any modern camera body.  …

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How Long Does a DSLR Last?

In Gear by Rusty Parkhurst8 Comments

  At some point in the process of purchasing a camera, you may have wondered “how long does a DSLR last”.  It’s a logical question.  Even if you’re purchasing an entry level camera, it is still a fairly expensive item and you want to be sure it’s a good investment.  Although it could be argued (and probably rightly so) that …

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16 Ways to Improve Your Photography

In Features by Rusty Parkhurst5 Comments

  It probably goes without saying that we all want to improve our photography skills.  After all, that is the name of this website, so I assume you are here to learn ways to improve your photography.  That’s why I visit here regularly to read the articles from all the great writers and listen to the podcasts in the Improve …

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THE ULTIMATE PACKING LIST FOR TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY

In Gear by Frank Gallagher6 Comments

It’s time to start packing for that once-in-a-lifetime photography trip or family vacation.  There are plenty of gear lists out there, but this comprehensive packing list for travel photography is for people who want to make sure they have all the essentials for a photo adventure, from the camera to creature comforts.  You don’t want to carry 100 pounds of …