The Best Thing For Your Smartphone Images

For the photographic community I think it’s fair to say that the jury is still out so far as the legitimacy of smartphone photography goes. Some say that it’s a fad, others that it is the ... See full article

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29 Most Popular DSLR Lenses Among Our Readers

Over the weekend we released a list of the 15 most popular DSLRs judged according to what our readers have been buying on Amazon over the last 4 months*. Today we’re turning our attention to the... See full article

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Leash and Cuff by Peak Design

A while back I wrote about the Capture Camera Clip System by those crazy guys over at Peak Design. The guys started their company with KickStarter, which I’m certain you’ve all heard about... See full article

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Panasonic Lumix FZ60 Review

I remember some years ago lusting after a (then) new Kodak (remember them?) digicam that had a 10x zoom. Wow! I thought what photographic horizons it would conquer. Now, you can put your mitts on a 50... See full article

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The 15 Most Popular DSLRS Among Our Readers

Every few months we like to report back to the dPS community which cameras (and other gear) are most popular with our readers. Today we’re going to take a look at the highest selling DSLRs among... See full article

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Fujifilm XE-1 Review

When the X-Pro1 was announced to a surprised market earlier in 2012 I then remarked on my scepticism at the release of a magnesium alloy bodied, mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. Then it sunk in... See full article

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How to Shoot and Create a Composite Image for a Product Advertisement

Background and Vision The holiday season is upon us, and what better way to start the season than to share our behind-the-scenes video on how to shoot a composite image? I needed to shoot and create a... See full article

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Canon Powershot SX50 HS Review

Camera companies love ‘world’s best’ labels, no matter whether they truly are ‘world’s best’ or merely biggest, smallest, longest, widest, quickest, smartest or... See full article

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Nikon Coolpix P7700 Review

There is certainly room for a easily pocketable, high-specced, magnesium alloy bodied compact digicam as represented by the Coolpix P7700, which succeeds the P7100 model. The lens is an f2.0 Nikkor, w... See full article

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LowePro S&F Camera Exchange AW Bag 100 [REVIEW]

I see a lot of bags and packs that look like gimmicks trying to be passed off as something the average consumer can’t live without. Often they are toured as such. Few of them live up to the conc... See full article

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Getting to Know Your Lenses

This article was written by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding Lenses: Part II, and is part of a series of lessons about camera lenses. Links to the others are at the bottom of the article. ... See full article

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Nifty Fifties Why I Love 50mm Prime Lenses

This article was written by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding Lenses: Part II, and is part of a series of lessons about camera lenses. Links to the others are at the bottom of the article. ... See full article

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5

The G5 slid out of the review basket just as this baby fell in! Talk about comparing apples with oranges. More like comparing melons with mandarins. Or, sizewise, potatoes with peas. Incredibly tiny, ... See full article

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How a Humble 85mm Lens Became my Favourite

This article was written by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding Lenses: Part II, and is part of a series of lessons about camera lenses. Links to the others are at the bottom of the article. ... See full article

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Canon Powershot SX500 IS Review

A year or so ago I was attracted by Canon’s SX30 IS, a 35X digicam. So much so that I bought one for family use. And it turned out to be ideal for the purpose, especially in shooting video at th... See full article

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LowePro Photo Sling 150 [REVIEW]

The LowePro Photo Sling 150 at Amazon is the smaller of two option, the other being the 250. The 150 I tested is designed for a smaller DSLR and an extra lens. But I was happy to find it worked well f... See full article

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4 Reasons To Consider Moving Back To Analog SLRs

I realize this post might be consider heresy on a digital photography website and yet, I type about moving away from all digital and incorporating some old-fashioned analog (film) cameras in your phot... See full article

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Brenthaven BX2 Messenger Bag [REVIEW]

I have found my favorite camera messenger bag. Is it perfect? No. But it has almost all the features I have been looking for in a messenger bag and some I hadn’t even brought to mind. The bag in... See full article

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 Review

It’s easy to see that mirrorless cameras have swamped the market, with models from Panasonic, Sony, Pentax, Olympus even Canon! and others, kicking the heels of the budget DSLRs. Buyers ... See full article

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Getting It Right In Camera: Using Filters To Accurately Capture the Scene

A Guest Post by Rick Berk Often when Im out shooting landscapes, Mother Nature dictates that the conditions be less than ideal for landscape photography. Or at the very least, she decides the condi... See full article

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Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM [REVIEW]

As I normally shoot travel and landscape, with occasional product shots and weddings, it’s not often I play with the big guns. You know, 400, 500 and 600mm lenses. But with the help of BorrowLen... See full article

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2 New Bags from thinkTank Photo

Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Check out our more Photography Tips at Photography Tips for Beginners, Portrait Photography Tips and Wedding Photography Tips. 2 New Bags from thinkTank... See full article

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Choosing Lenses: When to Use Which Lens and Why

A Guest Post by Rick Berk All DSLR systems offer a dizzying selection of lenses for their cameras. These range from fisheyes that give a 180 field of view, to telephoto lenses up to 800mm or more. Y... See full article

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New Cameras Announced by Most Manufacturers: Here are the Ones that Caught Our Eye

Over the last week we’ve seen a truckload of new cameras announced by most of the major camera manufacturers in the lead up to Photokina conference happening in Cologne this week. Rather than cr... See full article

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Nikon D800E Review

The Nikon D800E will surely make a big wave, not only because of its massive image capture figure of 36.3 megapixels, making it Nikon’s highest res camera and possibly the industry’s highe... See full article

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