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In this follow-up to "Digiscoping with Swarovski, Part 1", Larry Becker of Kelby Media goes beyond the specifics of using the Swarovski ATX series of scopes and gives some general tips and tricks for successful digiscoping with both DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras.

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ASUS is no stranger to hybrid computers. Last year at Computex, ASUS announced the Transformer P1801 18.4” Tablet & All-in-One Desktop Computer. Well, it looks like ASUS has not finished creating more hybrid devices because today at Computex, they announced another hybrid computer: the 11.6” Transformer Book Trio.

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Teaching notebook computers the art of yoga seems to be catching on, as the Dell is making a valiant attempt to master that art form with the XPS 11. This aesthetically pleasing laptop is expected to come equipped with an 11.6” high definition IPS multi-touch display supporting resolutions up to 2560 x 1440.

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Jonny Davenport shows you how to get up and running using onOne Software’s Perfect Photo Suite 7. He reviews the 7 plug-ins that are included in the Suite, showing you how to maximize your photography workflow and bring the best out of your imagery.

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Back by popular demand: You know that you need a website (or that your current one needs an update), but you’re not sure where to start. Should you hire someone or do it yourself? What makes a website successful? How can your website help you gain new business most effectively?

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In this first installment of our two-part series on digiscoping with Swarovski scopes, Larry Becker, of Kelby Media, explains how DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras can be used with Swarovski spotting scopes to capture images that would otherwise require extremely long telephoto lenses.

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Using small flashes on location is often preferable to lugging around larger studio lights and battery packs, or even gasoline-powered generators. Whether you shoot fashion, weddings, families, seniors, or events, let Bob Harrington show you how to mix light on location with small flashes and simple lighting gear.

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Fujifilm has recently released an array of new S series digital cameras, which combine long zoom lenses with the ease of use of a point-and-shoot system. With this amalgam of characteristics in mind, the physical construction of these cameras incorporates balanced ergonomics along with impressive image quality.

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The Aviator Travel Jib is a gem of compact, lightweight design that folds up to just 24 inches. Most jibs are much heavier, bulkier, and more expensive—they're simply overkill for shots using lightweight DSLRs and camcorders. The aluminum/magnesium-alloy version of the Aviator Travel Jib weighs less than 4 pounds.

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Sony has announced a new long zoom, high-performance point-and-shoot camera: the Cyber-shot HX50V Digital Camera. With a 20.4MP BSI Exmor R CMOS sensor and the BIONZ Image Processor, sharp imagery, low-light sensitivity, quick performance, and fast autofocus speeds are part and parcel.

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Most video seminars focus on the gear when talking about the DSLR as a movie-making tool, but few provide a case study, showing by example, how to take an idea, create a project and monetize it.

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Apps are king these days—Apple’s app store has more than 700,000 apps and claims more than 40 billion downloads. As many mobile users are aware, there is an app for everything—and we mean everything, from personalized alarm clocks to calorie counters to sound-effects libraries.

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The compact camera market is broad, and Olympus holds its own as one of the top manufacturers of quality point-and-shoot devices. Their 2013 lineup offers perfect solutions for a range of both traditional and unique applications.

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One basic way to improve the sound quality of a video camera is to utilize an external, on-camera microphone. The microphone that’s built into your camera is typically of low quality and usually picks up lots of handling noise. An external microphone can provide better overall sound quality.

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Today’s compact and powerful Ultrabook computers make it possible to keep in touch with others on the go through video chatting, yet they’ve got enough muscle to handle audio and video podcasting as well. In this article, we’ll take a look at what these two functions have in common.

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