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8 Amazing Photography Tricks You Can Do With a High-Speed Camera Trigger
Sun, 18 Feb 2018 13:00:00 +0000

If you are a photographer, you probably heard that the camera doesn’t take a good picture, the person behind the camera does. It’s true because with right knowledge and practice you can take great photos with an entry level camera or even a mobile camera. But if you don’t have an idea about lighting, composition […]

The post 8 Amazing Photography Tricks You Can Do With a High-Speed Camera Trigger by Ramakant Sharda appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

Photography Equipment Comparisons – Entry-Level Versus High-End Gear Does it Matter?
Fri, 16 Feb 2018 13:00:00 +0000

Photographers tend to get obsessed with having the latest, greatest toys. But does it matter which camera or bits of equipment you use? If so, how much? Or is it more about how you use it, and the skills you possess? Let’s take a look at three video comparisons of some of the top level photography […]

The post Photography Equipment Comparisons – Entry-Level Versus High-End Gear Does it Matter? by Darlene Hildebrandt appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

Why Olympus Mirrorless Cameras are Top Notch for Travel Photography
Tue, 13 Feb 2018 18:00:00 +0000

From entry-level to pro, the Olympus Mirrorless Four Thirds OM camera series has something for every aspirational travel photographer. Are you looking to get serious about your digital photography and move up to an interchangeable lens system? Or maybe you are looking to upgrade to a pro level weatherproof transportable system? Are you off on […]

The post Why Olympus Mirrorless Cameras are Top Notch for Travel Photography by Janice Gill appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

How to Use ND Filters Creatively to Make the Most of a Scene
Sun, 11 Feb 2018 18:00:00 +0000

Photography is the art of capturing light. In many instances, harnessing the light and properly exposing a scene means controlling it first. This is necessary for many landscape scenes where contrast is high. You have likely seen high contrast many times: a sunset with dark foreground elements, a church with deep shadows, or a moonrise […]

The post How to Use ND Filters Creatively to Make the Most of a Scene by Ian Johnson appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

Review of the Venus Laowa 15mm F/4 Wide Angle Lens for Landscape Photographers
Tue, 06 Feb 2018 18:00:00 +0000

The choice of camera lens always represents a crucial moment for every photographer. But it is not always easy to find the lens that fits our actual needs, as too often we get seduced by features that we don’t really need, and are therefore just useful in raising the price. Have you chosen a stabilized […]

The post Review of the Venus Laowa 15mm F/4 Wide Angle Lens for Landscape Photographers by Francesco Gola appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

Review of the Magilight LED Light Painting Wand
Sun, 04 Feb 2018 13:57:32 +0000

I’ve followed my friends Eric and Kim for some time, often marveled at their creativity and the tech side of things, too. Watching people that make art like they do, well, it makes you want to try it out! I can’t dance, and I don’t really have access to the locations those guys do, but […]

The post Review of the Magilight LED Light Painting Wand by Sime appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

Why a Nikon Shooter Bought a Fuji X100F as a Second Camera
Tue, 30 Jan 2018 18:00:00 +0000

In this article (I don’t want to call it a review because) I’ll share my thoughts on why I picked up a Fuji X100F as a second camera alongside all my Nikon gear. And why I love this little camera! My journey into serious digital photography began in the spring of 2012 when I realized […]

The post Why a Nikon Shooter Bought a Fuji X100F as a Second Camera by Simon Ringsmuth appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

How to Know if You Should Upgrade Your Equipment or if You Just Have Gear Lust
Sun, 28 Jan 2018 13:00:00 +0000

Gear lust – it’s out there and is bound to bite you sooner or later. Whether photography is a business or a hobby for you, gear lust is a natural part of the consumer cycle. But there is a sane way to approach your desires and check if they are ruling you or you are […]

The post How to Know if You Should Upgrade Your Equipment or if You Just Have Gear Lust by Peter West Carey appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

Review of the Nikon D850 DSLR
Tue, 23 Jan 2018 18:00:00 +0000

The latest addition to the Nikon line up has been a highly anticipated full frame camera. While many other cameras were being updated rumors started circulating 12 months ago that the D810 would be updated. Finally, the news came that the Nikon D850 was being released. It seemed like everyone in the photography industry was […]

The post Review of the Nikon D850 DSLR by Leanne Cole appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

Review of the Tenba BYOB Camera Insert
Sun, 21 Jan 2018 13:00:00 +0000

Is the perfect camera bag still eluding you? If so, Tenba has a great DIY option worth checking out. Dubbed the Tenba BYOB Camera Insert, it invites you to actually Bring Your Own Bag while still protecting your camera gear. Here’s more about what fits in the insert, plus pros and cons about using it […]

The post Review of the Tenba BYOB Camera Insert by Suzi Pratt appeared first on Digital Photography School.


 

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