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How To Calibrate The Focus of Your Lenses – And Why You Should

Here’s a (semi) fun way to start the year off right – it’s time to calibrate the focus of your lenses! Most DSLRs offer options for “micro adjustment” or to “fine tune” the focus of attached lenses. If you happen to use Sigma ART series...Show More Summary

How to Use Photoshop to Create Milestone Photos of Babies

Buried deep in my parents’ basement are boxes of slides with pictures of my siblings and I, when we were kids, all taken with my dad’s Minolta DSLR that has long since been lost to the ages. I have a few scans of those early photos but...Show More Summary

The best lens to get as a beginner photographer

Unfortunately most DSLR cameras ship with a 55mm variable zoom lens, these lenses are versatile, but produce results that are boring, predictable and sub-par. If you would like to take your photography to the next level I have a great suggestion get a 50mm prime. Show More Summary

Pro Photography on a Budget: Can you make more money shooting with your iPhone than your DSLR camera?

For one photographer, the answer is yes, believe it or not. 2016 saw the biggest jump in camera quality for the iPhone, and the iPhone 7 Plus made almost every photographer's mouth water. It didn't matter if you were a pro or just someone...Show More Summary

SDHC vs SDXC Cards: Which Is Best for You?

If you have a DSLR and you need a new memory card where you can stock all of your pictures, your best bet are the San Disk memory cards. The problem is that there’s more than one type of memory card that you can purchase, and the options might seem confusing, especially for someone who […]

Get $70 Off These Smartphone Camera Lenses To Totally Transform Your Photos

Give your smartphone camera the same capabilities as a professional-quality DSLR with this five-pack of Clip & Snap Smartphone Camera Lenses. [ more › ]

Make a DIY Big Dome Port Underwater Housing for your DSLR for less than $50

If you’ve done research into underwater housing (and their cost), you’ll know how expensive they can be. In some instances, they cost more than the camera. Certainly, when you pay the premium price you’re also purchasing assurance, functionality, size, etc. Show More Summary

How to Create a Dynamic Zoom Burst Photograph

Who doesn’t love warp speed? In this article, you’ll go hurtling into the future at warp speed nine, and you don’t need any federation star fleet spaceships to do it! A DSLR camera with a zoom lens and a tripod is the only equipment you’re going to need for this exciting technique. Show More Summary

Canon’s 250MP APS-H sensor probably won’t be coming to DSLRs

I still remember clutching a pair of Nikon D100 bodies back in 2004 when Nikon announced the insanely high resolution 12MP D2x. It seemed so wild back then when other high end bodies were still only 4-8MP. People lamented on various forums about “the laws of physics” and how quickly the megapixel race would end. Show More Summary

Why is the Canon AE-1 Program one of the best film cameras and why you should get one today

The Canon AE-1 was a landmark in the SLR history (this is right, no ‘D’ there). It was introduced back in 1976 and if you are holding any SLR/DSLR from Canon, there are probably traces of the AE-1 design in it. Why is it so good? And...Show More Summary

Apple touts new ‘Portrait Mode’ feature in latest iPhone 7 Plus ad

Apple earlier today aired a new iPhone 7 Plus ad that highlights the device's ability to take compelling photos that were previously only possible on high-end DSLR cameras. Titled "Take Mine", Apple's latest ad focuses on the iPhoneShow More Summary

Nikon Makes Sharing Photos Easier with New D5600 DSLR

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

Sporting newly built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and touch-based controls, Nikon's D5600 is a timely refresh to our favorite DSLR under $1,000.

Nikon finally launches the D5600 in the USA along with a couple of compacts

Nikon’s D5600 entry level DSLR has been available in some parts of the world for a couple of months now. At first it wasn’t looking like it was going to be released in the USA at all. Today, however, Nikon have officially announced the Nikon D5600 in the USA. Show More Summary

Nikon D5600 DSLR and W100 Rugged Cameras Officially Coming to the USA

2 weeks agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

Gear The were originally announced abroad, but now they're official here in the States. CES 2017 sees Nikon bringing its mid-level DSLR and entry-level rugged camera here to the USA.

Is Phase One feeling threatened by mirrorless medium format cameras?

Adobe Lightroom has always faced some stiff competition against Phase One’s Capture One for medium format shooters. Even many photographers using DSLRs have made the switch. If you were hoping to use Capture One with the new Fujifilm GFX, though, you may be out of luck. Show More Summary

The Best and Worst Cameras of 2016

The Best and Worst Cameras of 2016 with Max Yuryev and a full look at the gear we use. There have been some awesome cameras on the market for 2016 and we go over our favorites from all the best and worst DSLR and Mirrorless cameras.Show More Summary

CAMERA CONTEST: Mini-shootout: $900 smartphone vs. $3,000 DSLR. “It’s still not a match at the e…

CAMERA CONTEST: Mini-shootout: $900 smartphone vs. $3,000 DSLR. “It’s still not a match at the extremes, but it’s definitely ‘good enough.'”

Turn your DSLR into a 360 degree camera using only this special lens

  creting 360° videos involves lots of complicated settings, multiple memory cards, and you can’t go without stitching software. But the Sphere Pro lens is about to change it. Thanks to this lens, if you want to shoot full-spherical video, all you need to do is attach the lens onto your camera and start shooting. Show More Summary

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