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This post is directed at all the fans of landscape photography, especially at those who sometimes are frustrated with mediocre results and looking for inspiration. Make best use of the Rule of Thirds When framing a nice landscape, you should take your time and arrange your camera exactly the way […]

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Choosing a digital point-and-shoot camera is becoming harder as prices decrease and features increase. These five digital compact cameras might not be brand spanking new, but they’re still the most popular choices for buyers in 2011. If you have ever used one of these, we would love to hear what […]

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Nowadays, more digital point and shoot cameras are now equipped with manual functions. These manual functions allow you to be more flexible and creative in your approach to photography, enabling you to change the shutter speed, aperture and ISO. However, what exactly do these settings mean? And how does changing […]

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After we discussed what makes manual photography such a relaxing and creative activity in the last post about manual SLRs, this time I want to share some tips and tricks on how to get more familiar with your manual SLR. Having these things in mind should help you better understand […]

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If you’re looking to get into the world of DSLRs, then take a look at our top five choices for 2011. Most of these are semi-professional DSLRs so they won’t break the bank too much. Keep in mind that we’re reviewing the body only, excluding any lenses. We’ve compared numerous […]

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Being a better photographer is not always about owning fancy equipment or expensive lenses. In fact, it all comes down to lots of practice and a bit of trial and error. These simple tips only act as guidelines and you are more than welcome to challenge the status quo and […]

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