A Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Camera

Its spring again — in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway. Which means its around that time of year when people like to start fresh; you change the batteries in your smoke detectors, sweep up ... See full article

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Full Frame vs. Crop Sensor Cameras: Which One is Right for You?

Too many photography subjects get muddled in argument: this brand vs. that brand; one technique vs. another. Yours vs. mine. Better vs. best. Certainly, one could argue credibly that their current pro... See full article

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Win $15,000 From Burn Magazine. Emerging Photographers Apply HERE.

Need a little more change in the pocket (or a lot)? If you’re doing top-notch work, you may be in luck because Burn Magazine is giving away $15,000 in grants for three photographers. Called the ... See full article

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First Impressions of the Fujifilm X100s

I recently took delivery of my first Fujifilm camera, the X100s. There have been some supply issues with UK stockists, I initially ordered this camera in early February so I was very excited to finall... See full article

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Photo Kickstarter o the Week The Supraflux Video Camera Stabilizer with Brake

I’m loving the photo related projects that are popping up on kickstarter these days. I get 4-5 emails per week from people pimping their projects. Some of them suck. Some are fun. Others are dow... See full article

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Printing Chinwag with Don Komarechka (Podcast 366)

This week, TWiP co-host Don Komarechka and I hook-up again to talk about printing, a passion we both share. Use this audio player if you’d prefer to listen: There are also download and subscript... See full article

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Photo Geek Alert The Camera Sensor as Emulsion + Why Your Digital Camera is More Like Film Stock Than You Realize

The sensor in your digital camera is increasingly similar to the film stocks of yesteryear. The two share some pretty important characteristics, and they're factors you should care about. Here's why... See full article

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The Great Gura Gear Giveaway! (Podcast 365)

Following episode 358 when I walked you through the Gura Gear 32L Bataflae camera backpack, today I’m really happy to tell you that with the help of Gura Gear, we are giving away three great pri... See full article

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The Secrets of Surf Photography - Chris Burkard Shares His Craft

At 26 years old, Chris Burkard is living the dream of traveling around the world to shoot surfers in exotic places. He’s been recognized for his work with some prestigious awards including a f... See full article

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What Gear You Need to Pack for Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography is perhaps one of the most evocative and yet difficult areas of our art to master. Great wildlife photographs are a wonderful addition to anyone’s portfolio and will illicit... See full article

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Wireless Cameras Are The Future Whats in it for You?

I’ve been banging on the doors, windows, and faces of camera manufacturers for years about this one having long found value in the idea, “What good is a picture if you can’t share it... See full article

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9 Interesting Perspectives on the Art of iPhone Photography

The digital world of photography has slowly and naturally created an entirely new category of art, and the new craze that is instagram has skyrocketed mobile photography to a whole new level of cool. ... See full article

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Canon EOS 6D Hands-ON Canon Giveth, Canon Taketh Away

It seems our exploratory swim in the waters of full-frame DSLRs is far from complete. With the ink from his recent reviews of the D600 and the mirrorless Panasonic GH3 still drying, I asked my homie B... See full article

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100 Ideas that Changed Photography

Every so often, I am reminded of the tectonic shifts in photography that seem to skip under the radar in our exploding world of photography and photographers. No harm, no foul — but it snaps my ... See full article

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A Robot That Drives Your Camera The Little Motion Control Dolly That Could

I stumbled on this gem via Kickstarter a week or two ago and reached out to my camera tech pal Sohail to get his take. In short, we cranked out this review in short order to give you a first look AND&... See full article

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Which Software Should You Get for Shooting Tethered?

Back in 2011, Lightstalking writer and photographer Mike Panic wrote an excellent article on how to shoot tethered. For the uninitiated, tethering allows you to connect your camera directly to a compu... See full article

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How To Choose the Best Monitor for Photography

If there is one piece of equipment often overlooked by many photographers, it is the monitor. Whilst we may spend thousands on cameras, lenses and upgraded computers, we often make do with our c... See full article

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Hands-On Camera Review with the Panasonic GH3 [Side By Side Comparos + Can it Beat a $250 eBay Bargain?]

Given the response and discussion around last week’s post on the D600, I invited pal Ben Pitt back to share another hands on review of a camera that has been competing for eyeballs: the GH3. Sin... See full article

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Gura Gear Bataflae 32L Camera Backpack Review (Podcast 358)

For this week’s Podcast, I’ve put together a quick video to show you the new Gura Gear Bataflae 32L camera bag. As a long time user of the Kiboko bag, I’m happy to say that the Bataf... See full article

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Lets Talk About Gear Lust

So, when did you last experience gear lust and how did you alleviate yourself of the condition? Dont act like you dont know what Im talking about. Youve looked at that new camera for... See full article

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The Best Camera The Everyday, Can Do No Wrong Camera Kit

One of the most common questions we hear from all of you is, “What is your everyday kit?” Our digital cinema guru, Erik, wanted to take a minute to chat gear with you and answer that quest... See full article

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D600 the Affordable full-frame DSLR Whats the Catch? [Hands on Review]

It’s been out in the marketplace for a while now – but the conversation and questions continue to churn around the D600. Is it all that and a bag of chips? Or is there a catch? Is it a goo... See full article

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DSLR Killers Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Whos the Best Mirrorless of Them All?

I like to shoot with the newest, biggest, baddest DSLR as much as the next guy. And I’m lucky enough to do so on the regs for my commercial work; however, when it comes to my day-to-day shooting... See full article

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Decisions, Decisions: First Party vs. Third Party Lenses

If youre in the market for a new lens and dont know where to start on your quest to upgrade your gear, I would suggest reading Jason Rows excellent article for advice on choosing which type o... See full article

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Im a Typical Photographer and This Is How Much I Post Process

OK, Im going to come right out and say it there are a lot of lies in photography! Its out there now and I suggest we all take some time to let it sink in before we do anything rash. Of cours... See full article

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