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Photography Tutorials — Accessories

Photography » Accessories — almost 7 years ago
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There’s no doubt that photography can become an expensive hobby or career. The market keeps producing faster, better cameras and lenses. You love to use professional quality lenses, but it’s hard to justify such a purchase if only using that special lens a handful of times during the year.
Photography » Accessories — almost 7 years ago
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With video capability in Digital SLRs becoming ever-more pervasive, there’s an increasing demand for accessories and gadgets to help produce fantastic video footage with your camera. A “dolly” is a gadget designed to make smooth camera movements in video. The common way to use it is raising it on a track, creating tracking shots on the horizontal axis. Today we’re going to walk through the process of creating your own Digital SLR dolly, to add a fantastic element to your video footage
Photography » Accessories — almost 7 years ago
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Some extensive research to find the best camera to buy in five different categories: Budget Point-and-Shoot, Best Enthusiast Point-and-Shoot, Best Entry-Level DSLR, Best Semi-Pro DSLR, and Best Professional Full Frame DSLR.
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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There are useful checks you can make before you lay out your hard earned cash on a lemon, or to use on your own lens before shooting. Lens faults will degrade the image you are so carefully trying to make.
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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Buying a memory card is usually the first item purchased for your new digital SLR camera. Purchasing a card may seem like a very easy procedure. But that will change once you start researching them.
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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Today we continue our investigation into photography filters, following on from our previous look at a selection of special effect filters. We’ll be introducing you to the second batch of wacky and wonderful filters today – star, fog and center spot to name a few! Join us after the break to spice up your photography.
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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Fed up with boring, mundane camera filters? Well, no more! Today we’re introducing you to a selection of unusual and interesting filters that can really spice up your photography. These are accessories you’ll want to use every day, but they can add a really interesting element and give you some inspiration when you’re feeling a little tired of your existing kit.
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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Do you choose a zoom lens, a wide angle lens, a prime lens or even a fixed aperture lens? This article will explain the attributes of each type.
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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Well, if you’re like most contemporary photographers your first SLR came with a kit zoom lens in the range of around 18-55mm. These are useful lenses, but most photographers find as their experience grows that they soon outgrow the kit zoom lens and need something else. This brings us to a question that every photographer faces at some point – what second (or third or fourth…) lens would be most useful to me?
Photography » Accessories — about 7 years ago
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Modern Digital SLR flashes do a wonderful job of putting out a large punch of light in a specific direction. Nowadays they even zoom with the lens for more directed light. But what happens when that direct light is too harsh, casting ridged shadows? This happens often in an indoor setting, especially with groups of people, such as at a party. Flash modifiers to the rescue!
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