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The Ultimate Field Guide to Photography

When I started getting serious about photography, I remember wasting so much money on photography books. I’d go to bookstores and get completely carried away. There’s a wealth of information online that plenty of us make good use of nowadays – which I will blog about tomorrow because I have the motherload of all photography […]

Kinsgton Announces New CF Card Line-Up

Fountain Valley, CA – 10/29/07 – Kingston is beefing up their CompactFlash Elite Pro line up. The improvement was built with the serious photographer in mind by allowing 25MB/second (read) and 20MB/second (write), along with capacities up to 16GB. The whole line comes with a lifetime warranty. The Elite Pro cards and their suggested retail […]

The Myth of the Megapixel

The first thing most people notice when looking at cameras is the megapixel count of the unit. This is often because the higher the megapixel count, the more expensive the camera is. This whole thing has led many to believe that cameras with higher megapixels produce better images. Sadly, this is not always the case. […]

Top 10 Considerations in Buying a Digital Point & Shoot Camera

By Aimee of greeblemonkey.com Lately, several friends have purchased new digital cameras and I have been happy to help them through the process. It’s actually kind of fun, like a puzzle, to match up the right camera with the right person. But there’s also just some overall concepts I ask anyone and everyone (who will […]

Canon 40D Review

A lot has been said already about the recently released Canon 40D. We will not be giving you it’s technical specs or it’s new features since those can be found on Canon’s website already. Instead, we’ll be focusing on our experience with using this camera. First off, the camera build is amazing. The whole thing […]

Camera Straps 101

One of the things overlooked by most photographers who are just starting out is the camera strap. This is understandable since new cameras already have one included in the box. The problem is that these cloth straps were not made to feel you comfortable but rather to turn you into a walking advertisement. Not only […]

The Canon EF-S 55-250mm F/4-5.6 IS

The wife has been getting a ridiculous amount of hits on her blog regarding the yet to be released Canon EF-S 55-250mm F/4-5.6 IS lens. We first heard about this from the Canon store we usually buy our stuff from almost a month ago and at that time, the only information they had was the […]

Canon Europe Recalls EOS-1D Mark III

There have been reported problems concerning the Auto Focus function of the new Canon EOS-1D Mark III. Apparently, the camera has problems tracking moving objects while using the AI Servo continuous shooting mode under high temperatures. Canon released a statement saying that the problem was caused by a faulty AF mirror in some units. You […]

The Best Photoblogs

We often scour the internet for inspiration of the non-gear kind. We have to balance it somehow. These are the photoblogs we find ourselves going back to again and again: 3191 is run by Stephanie and Mav. They live 3191 miles apart. This photoblog documents their mornings. BFK Photography: Visions of Southern Indiana is run […]