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In the following video, Larry Becker, from Kelby Media, reviews Nikon’s latest APS-C sized DSLR camera, the D5300. By adding a 24MP CMOS sensor and upgraded EXPEED 4 processing engine, the D5300 is capable of 5 fps continuous shooting and Full HD recording at 60 fps. Thanks to a 25600 maximum ISO, 39-point AF system, and no... READ MORE
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Want a durable, yet beautiful print that you can show off to your friends? Aluminyze is the way to go. This service will print your images on a sheet of aluminum, giving you all of the advantages that go along with it. Besides the “cool” factor associated with having your photos printed on aluminum, there are huge benefits to the Aluminyze process. The most significant of these advantages is the... READ MORE
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6 months ago
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What a difference seven years makes. When the digital flood stepped up the process of sweeping aside film since the turn of the century, the never-ending technological race among camera manufactures sped up, and with no sign of that race ever slowing down, some runners dropped out, and the order of who was leading and who was lagging changed in ways that surprised photographers everywhere.

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a powerful tool for managing, optimizing, and sharing your digital photos. At times, however, you may need a more powerful tool to really make the most of your photos. Photoshop is exactly that tool and, in this informative and entertaining session, Tim Grey shows you a variety of ways you can use Photoshop and Lightroom together. You’ll learn the optimal workflow for... READ MORE
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Tether Tools is a line of cleverly designed products and accessories that provides tethering and workstation solutions for photographers in the studio or on location. It all started with the Aero Standard Tether Table. Fabricated from T6 Aerospace aluminum,... READ MORE
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7 months ago
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In the following video, Larry Becker, of Kelby Media, reviews the Nikon Df DSLR. He explores the camera’s fusion of high-performance digital capabilities, retro form factor, and control dials. The video also showcases the unique features of the Df and provides a few... READ MORE
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Holiday time is when we’re all kids again, and we get gifts. I recall back sometime in the late 1970s I received a Polaroid Sun 600 Camera from my mom and dad. They gave me two packs of film, and I shot everything, from my poodle Michele Ma Bell to GI Joe action figures. When I finished my two packs of film (20 shots total) I was in shock to find out just how out of reach Polaroid 600 film was... READ MORE
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  The beauty of using lens filters is being one step closer to a final product before the image leaves the camera. These little modifiers allow photographers to capture a desired effect in the field, rather than sitting at a computer desk. Some, such as the coveted circular polarizer, employ corrections otherwise impossible to achieve in post processing. From the subtle to the extreme, here are... READ MORE
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In the following video, Larry Becker, of Kelby Media, discusses several camera accessories that can enhance the functionality and handling of your point-and-shoot camera. Among the products mentioned, Becker highlights Flipbac’s stick-on camera grips and a... READ MORE
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For astronomers, the cold, clear nights of winter present the ideal conditions for stargazing. The dry atmosphere doesn't cause the distortion that humid summer air does. Winter constellations, like Orion and Cassiopeia, are easily identifiable for beginners. Seasonal meteor showers offer awe-inspiring sights. And pre-dawn and dusk skies illuminate dozens of satellites streaking across the... READ MORE
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7 months ago
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The image of some poor soul traipsing down the street struggling and juggling two or more cameras hanging haphazardly around his neck and shoulders has been the subject of countless cartoons, and is a spectacle all too often encountered in real life. There are many good reasons why a serious shooter, enthusiast, or pro would want to carry two cameras, but hanging each one from a conventional... READ MORE
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7 months ago
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With much of the focus on imaging nowadays being pinpointed solely on sharing online, much of the attention toward developing a fine, finished print has gone by the wayside. This is not to say, however, that printing is a thing of the past. A certain way to make a statement with your imagery, to provide an actual, finished gift, or to simply gain a new perspective on your photographs is to print them.

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Pursue your passion for exploration and adventure, and help family and friends do the same, with gear designed for all outdoor activities. Every fan of fresh air will appreciate a gift from B&H’s inventory of quality equipment, encompassing versatile, reliable tools for photography, nature observation, camping, and more.... READ MORE
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In the following video, Gabriel Biderman, of B&H, presents an overview of popular lens choices for mirrorless digital cameras and breaks them down into five distinct elements. The video explores the differences and potential applications for kit lenses, all-in-one zooms, f/2.8 zooms, prime lenses, and lens adapters. Biderman also showcases specific examples from each category, including... READ MORE
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Over the course of 2013, the photographic-technology landscape has certainly held its fair share of innovations, updates, new releases, and refinements, with manufacturers pushing to meet certain contemporary image-making goals as well as working to draft the blueprint of what to expect in subsequent years. Beyond the expected updates to camera and lens lines, new features and imaging assets... READ MORE
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