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How To Clean Your Lens

No matter how careful you are, sooner or later, your lens will get dirty. The first time you contemplate cleaning your lens can be very daunting as we found out a few days ago. Hopefully this guide can help you with the different options you have in getting your lens back to its pristine condition. […]

How to Get Soft Diffused Light from Your Flash

The biggest drawback from using a flash is that it gives hard flat light. More often than not, it causes unflattering shadows, unnatural skin tones and makes your subject look like deer caught in the headlights. Most cameras now will let you adjust the intensity of your flash by playing around with the flash exposure […]

Weekly Linkies: Photography Must-Reads, Part II

Learn to Tag and Keyword PhotosThis will save you a whole lot of trouble in the long run, believe me. If I had started out properly with the tagging and keywording, I wouldn’t have to attempt to do it to thousands of photos all at the same time now. Sigh. The Most Expensive Photographs Ever […]

Lens 101

Lenses can be categorized in two ways: whether it’s focal length is fixed or changeable and its focal length measurement. Fixed vs. Changeable Focal LengthLet’s say you are taking a picture of a group. How you take their picture is totally dependent on what type of lens your camera has. Prime lenses have a fixed […]

Weekly Linkies: Photography Must-Reads

Here are some excellent reads we’ve come across recently: 60 Sources of Inspiration for Photography Focusing on the Unfocused Photos Think You Can Quit Your Job and Be a Work-at-Home Photographer? High Dynamic Range Tutorial 10 Photoshop Tutorials to Take Your Photography from Good to Great 99 Remarkable Photographers’ Portfolios Why Use a Neutral Density […]

Hewlett-Packard Online Sale

I’ve been a very bad blogger. Jeff’s been doing most of the writing here as of late, and I feel just a wee bit guilty. Let me make amends by pointing you to this HP sale. I just read the press release, and no, we’re not earning from this. They’re offering free shipping for everything […]

Tripod Heads 101

High quality tripods do not come with a tripod head. The reason behind this is that different tripod heads are designed for different applications. Ball and Socket Heads Ball and socket heads are the simplest and most compact tripod heads available. There’s only one knob or lock that controls the full movement of the camera, […]

Back Up Your Work On the Road

If you plan out of town trips for the specific purpose of taking photos, or if you just take a ton of them whenever you go out, then you will definitely need to have some way of backing up your work. Here are some portable storage devices that have built in memory card slots. Simple […]

Canon Releases Firmware Update for EOS 40D

The firmware update (Version 1.0.5) incorporates the following improvements and fixes. When playing back images just after recovering from Auto Power Off, the display now shows the last image played back. During remote shooting, images are now displayed on the camera’s LCD monitor right after they are taken. Corrects a warning message in Korean that […]

Nikon Releases AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR

TOKYO – Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the introduction of the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR, a new DX-NIKKOR zoom lens with built-in Silent Wave Motor and Vibration Reduction. This compact, lightweight and affordable 3x zoom NIKKOR lens offers remarkable versatility and covers the essential focal range of 18 to 55mm. AF-S DX […]