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Focus On Canon Fast Glass – Wide Aperture Lenses Make A Difference

There have been a number of technological improvements over the past few years that have photographers wondering if Canon fast glass is still necessary. However, it is well worth the time and effort to examine the options.

How Does Your Camera Work? SLRs

Well in my last article, I talked about the history of the camera and how it developed and evolved over time. Today we are going to look at the Single Lens Reflex camera (or SLRs) specifically and how it works.

How Does Your Camera Work? A Bit of History

I have often said that to be a great photographer, you need to understand how your camera works. I still hold by this statement. Let’s start at the beginning… with a little history.

Nikon D3100 DSLR Camera Review

Some aspiring photographers may save up for the best digital single lens reflex camera out there in the market, and they may eventually set their sights on the Nikon D3100. Nowadays, many leading companies of the world are striving to produce the best high-end camera that would make proper use of all the current technology available. For most professionals, getting their hands on this camera would be like a dream come true, but will it just be a daytime delusion after this camera review?

The Nikon D90: Acclaim Justified

The Nikon D90 is a DSLR camera that has claimed critical acclaim from both newbie and professional photographers alike. In fact, this camera is the most popular camera for users of the photo sharing website Flickr. In fact, around 80000 photos produced by the D90 are being posted in Flickr per day.

How To Shoot Fireworks

Since it’s the 4th of July in the U.S., Independence Day, it’s a good time to review the basics of photographing fireworks. It’s easy, it’s fun and a great way to preserve the memories of those wonderful displays.

Taking Better Holiday Pictures

Holidays are great times for getting pictures of family and friends. Everyone is together and normally having a good time, it is people at their best. It’s also important from an historical perspective. You might be tempted to skip taking the camera, but think about how many times you’ve looked back on old photos of family and friends. For better or worse those pictures mark the progression of your life. I’ve never looked back on any family event or place I’ve visited and wished I’d spent less time taking pictures, almost always the opposite.

Photography Exposure Basics

It’s good from time to time to review the basics of how a camera works and the adjustments you have at your disposal. So many people go around taking pictures with their cameras set on automatic. Modern digital cameras do a fantastic job in point-and-shoot mode, but there is a whole world of creative opportunity for those who take a few minutes to explore the features. There’s even a formula that describes the whole process: H=Et. Where H is the luminous exposure, E is the image-plane luminance and t is the exposure time in seconds. Perhaps a more practical explanation might help.

Sigma 120-400mm F/4.5-5.6 DG OS HSM – Super Telephoto Zoom Lens On A Shoestring Budget

Super telephoto zoom lenses make the heart’s “pitter-pat” speed up just a little. We are referring to a lens that has a focal length on the long end of more than 300mm. Thus, you can get up close and personal with just about any subject, even some critters that are very skittish and not at all social.

Indispensable Tools For The Traveling Photographer

When you’re on the road or overseas, there are things you want in your gear bag you might not need to drag around with you close to home. Besides a backup camera or spare camera body, there are a few tools that have saved a shoot on more than one occasion for me.

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