Category: Photography Basics

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Understanding Hyperfocal Distance

The subject of hyperfocal distance can seem complicated at first, even for professional photographers. But if you want the sharpest photographs possible, especially for landscape photography, it is useful to understand how it works.

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ISO Ranges and Performance

Your ISO setting is important to understand and set correctly to ensure your images are of high quality. Along with shutter speed and aperture, it is one of the main functions to comprehend.

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How To Use Leading Lines

sing leading lines in your photography can help create some dramatic and iconic imagery. Once you learn how to create these striking images, they can elevate your portfolio to new levels.

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Cleaning Your Camera And Gear

Cleaning your camera gear is important. It’s right up there with cleaning your house, your car and even your teeth! So you know we are a little obsessed with making sure our cameras and gear are sparkling clean.

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How To Have A Blast With Fireworks Photography

Capturing the colorful blasts in the sky requires some patience, technical knowledge and practice. At New Year celebrations, Guy Fawkes or a big international event, you can shoot bright bursts of fireworks and capture epic images of the festive explosions.

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SD Memory Card Overview

If you are getting serious about photography, you want the best SD (secure digital) memory cards for your images. It can be daunting to see the huge array of memory card brands, speeds, sizes, and prices.

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All About Macro Lenses And Macro Extenders

A macro lens is a great lens to own. While you might not use it during every photoshoot, it is invaluable for the times you need to get those close-up shots that show the details of your subject. The 1:1 magnification from a macro lens enables you to capture wonderful close-up images of nature, including insects, flowers, plants, and water.

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