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9 Lenses with very special bokeh

I have played with photography a little bit since I was a boy, first with an old Olympus 35mm film point-and-shoot, then with a GameBoy camera and later a pretty terrible mobile phone. At age 18 I got my first DSLR and instantly fell in love with out-of-focus backgrounds, and now almost 10 years later [...]

DSLR Underwater Camera Housing Options for Portrait Photography and Video

It’s mid-summer and I have been doing a lot of underwater portrait photography lately…which has started me thinking that it might finally be time to upgrade my current DSLR underwater camera housing. I have been working with an inexpensive EWA Marine underwater DSLR camera housing for years (read my review here) – I love the [...]Show More Summary

Remove Weird Smells From Any Camera the Easy Way

So you did the smart thing and bought a used DSLR instead of a new one — thus saving you hundreds of dollars — but didn’t take the right precautions and now you have a camera that has a dozen funky smells that just won’t go away. OrShow More Summary

6 Things to watch out for when operating a boom mic

If you’ve been shooting video on your DSLRs for any length of time, you’ve realised that in-camera sound is awful. Perhaps you want to branch out to an externally boomed mic. Sounds simple, but there are some things you’ll want to keep in mind. In this video from Aputure’s series 4 Minute Film School, we get some [...]Show More Summary

DSLR Astrophotograpy: A Difference in Style

DSLR astrophotography is the easiest way to get started with capturing the mysterious deep sky. Digital single-lens reflex cameras are the most versatile, and you can go from shooting portraits in the daylight to taking pictures of stars, galaxies, nebulae, and other astronomical objects, in the nighttime. DSLR astrophotography has opened doors for everyone interested […]

Best Canon Budget Lenses - Get Stunning Quality On a Budget

Lenses are expensive and great lenses cost even more. While DSLR prices have fallen to the point where great cameras may be purchased under the $1000 threshold, professional lenses often begin at $1000. Even so, we have found several lenses for Canon cameras that achieve professional results for a discounted price. Show More Summary

Learn DSLR Photography with This Course for 79% Off

Getting a DSLR camera can be one of the most exciting purchases you’ll ever make. The limitless possibilities one will open up is something you can’t help but enjoy. It’s also a bit scary if it’s your first one. They do so much more than a point-and-shoot camera, and that’s intimidating. Show More Summary

CASE Remote Air is the world's smallest smart camera controller

CheeringTech, the maker of the CASE smartphone remote for DSLRs, has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for a lighter and smaller next-generation version, the CASE Remote Air. CheerinTech says at 2.4" x 1.6" x 0.2" the CASE Remote Air is the world’s smallest smart camera controller. Show More Summary

Your iPhone will take better pics than your DSLR with this awesome lens kit

Smartphone cameras have gotten insanely good over the years and the iPhone is and has always been one of the best phones out there when it comes to camera quality. But there's only so much you can do in such a small amount of space. To push things further and take photos on par with a DSLR, you need more space for bigger and better optics. Show More Summary

Learn top-quality photography techniques with the Digital SLR Photography for Dummies Course (79% off)

Here’s a shocker: That fancy new DSLR camera you just bought requires more technical know-how than the Instagram and Snapchat filters you may be used to. Far from intuitive, the functionality of a professional-grade camera can be hopelessly complicated for beginners. Show More Summary

Best iPhoneography gear for kids

Get creative with your kids by introducing phone photography! Forget spending big bucks on a point-and-shoot or DSLR – getting kids involved with iPhoneography is a great way to encourage creativity, getting active, exploring the world...Show More Summary

Some Lightroom Mobile Features That Snuck Past The Goalie

Whenever there’s a new version of anything, a few features steal the spotlight — like Lightroom’s Mobile’s new Graduated and Radial Fills local adjustments, and of course the ability to edit RAW images from your DSLR — that’s all pretty...Show More Summary

Lightroom Mobile now lets you edit DSLR Raw files on your phones and tablets

Lightroom Mobile for Android has had some Raw support for a while now, at least when you’re using the phone’s built in camera, but now Adobe have broadened this capability, adding support for Nikon, Canon and other Raw formats to Lightroom Mobile for both Android and iOS. Local adjustments have also been added, like those found [...]Show More Summary

Remote control your DSLR for less than $40

For several years now, Camranger has been the only choice if you want to tether your Nikon, Sony or Canon DSLR wirelessly to your phone or tablet. While the Camranger is a worthy device that allows you access to all your camera settings remotely as well as instant viewing of your images, even in live [...]Show More Summary

Lightroom Mobile New Features First Look (including RAW editing)

Whoo Hooo!!!! Big update for Lightroom Mobile, including the ability to edit RAW images from your DSLR or Mirrorless cameras. Hear it straight from the source as we had Josh Haftel, Adobe’s Lightroom Mobile Product Manager, in for this exclusive interview and first look at the new features. Show More Summary

Samsung Develops Slot That Supports Both New UFS 1.0 and MicroSD Cards

Last week, Samsung announced a new form of removable storage for devices like smartphones, DSLR cameras, action cams, and drones, that put the microSD format to shame. These new cards are built off the UFS 1.0 standard and are at least 5x faster than the microSD cards we all own and use today. Show More Summary

Ridiculous Deals On Cameras, Smartphone Accessories, and More (US)

If you’re looking for a new DSLR, or even a portable, battery-powered record player, Amazon’s lead up to Prime Day has you covered. Note: Because these deals are built to build up to Prime Day, many of them require a Prime membership. Show More Summary

Fujifilm X-T2 ups the ante with 4k video recording capability

DSLRs are no longer in vogue as mirrorless or system cameras do happen to do a very good job at snapping photos and immortalizing memories, not to mention being a fraction of the weight with a size that cannot be argued against. TheShow More Summary

Huawei Publishes Implied P9 Camera Sample, but EXIF Data Reveals It Was Taken With $4500 Canon DSLR

I’m not surprised at all by Huawei’s dishonesty. I am a little surprised they’re so incompetent as to leave the original EXIF data on the image. ?

Fujifilm’s X-T2 will lure more DSLR shooters to mirrorless

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Fujifilm has outed the X-T2, its latest high-end camera, and one which looks like it will have even more DSLR-shooters moving to the mirrorless side. The new camera boasts the same retro looks as the X-T1, but comes packed with evenShow More Summary

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