Amazon’s top Digital SLR Cameras, Lenses & Books

Amazon.com is one of the internet’s most popular stores. Their comprehensive collection of just about anything you could want coupled with a great website, and their algorithm based display of items that you could be interested in make it a wonderful place to shop online, and a place to discover things you never knew existed…

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More Portrait Resources!

I hadn’t checked out Photography Voter before I made my post yesterday, about how you’ll get better expressions if you can get people to look at you “through the lens”. I just did, and look at what I found. Just on the first page! A whole bunch of posts about Portrait Photography! 5 Tips for…

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The Best Lenses for Photojournalism

Photojournalism calls for a wide range of skills, and a selection of lenses to match. Selecting the right lens at the right time is at the core of this discussion. However, photojournalists need certain common qualities in all their lenses. We will discuss them too. So, Which is The Best Lens For Photojournalism? There is no…

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Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III

Canon today announced their replacement for the 1Ds MkII, the 21.1 megapixel EOS 1Ds MkIII. The news of the USD 7,999 camera was splashed across amazon.com pages for a while before some details went offline. However, engadget managed to get some screen shots. Apparently the EOS 40D has been announced too. Go to dpreview.com for…

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8 Good Habits for Creative Photographers

How do you get inspiration for your photography? How do you stay creative? How do you get ‘creative’ to start with? I’m hoping to open up some answers here, but you’re welcome to help me add to this list in the comments section. Keep Your Mind Open by ‘SeraphimC There’s nothing on this planet that can ‘not…

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Lenses for Macro Photography

What is Macro Photography? by John DohrnMacro Photography is what gets you those magnified, larger-than-life photographs. However, they start off being close to actual size on the camera’s sensor (or frame of film). When these images are enlarged – as ‘most all our pictures are – they become much larger than real life, taking us…

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Brian Auer’s Photo Resource List

Brian Auer of the Epic Edits Weblog complied a list of Photography sites that were created or maintained by his readers. Complied over a short period of time, the list has a surprising number of interesting links. I recommend you take a look at as many of these links as you can… Divided into three…

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Lenses for Portrait Photography

Portraits are images that attempt to reveal a person’s soul. Humans are probably the most photographed subject on the planet. We love photographing ourselves and each other, and the art of the portrait will probably never go out of fashion as long as photography exists. That is why you should pick your portrait lens carefully. The right…

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Tiny Tips

Tiny tips are where you get a small dose of photography theory and suggestions. There will be more added regularly, so please do come back! Tiny Tips 1: Drawing with Light Tiny Tips 2: Light Study Tiny Tips 3: Study Reflected Light Tiny Tips 4: Study Highlights! Tiny Tips 5: Study light from different angles…

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