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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Battle Of The DSLRs

Everyone aspires to a top-of-the-line, super-trick, über-pro DSLR, but what are you really buying, and can a mid-level model actually give you better images?

Battle Of The DSLRsDigital complicated things a bit, in large part because with a DSLR, the camera is also your film.  Read More...

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Misinformation: Sensor Tech

The RAW deal with hot-rodding your camera

Misinformation: Sensor TechJust as with stills, a RAW video file is the unprocessed, uncensored image data that has been captured by the sensor.  Read More...

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Tools Focusing Light

Create precisely shaped shafts of light with these essential modifiers fitted to your source

Tools  Focusing LightWith almost all types of studio lighting, precision is paramount.   Read More...

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Pro Prime-Lens Compacts

This elite group of large-sensor, prime-lens cameras is driving street photographers to leave their DSLRs at home

Pro Prime-Lens CompactsIn an increasingly fragmented world where it's difficult to maintain focus and attention for more than a nanosecond, it can pay to simplify.   Read More...

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

September/October 2013

New Tools Of The Trade

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Hi-Tech Studio: Key Primes For Pros

For speed and sharpness, add a set of single-focal-length lenses to your lens collection

Hi-Tech Studio: Key Primes For ProsAs good as zoom lenses are, it's tough to beat a prime lens for its combination of speed, sharpness and overall optical excellence. With their inherent sharpness, many prime lenses are able to perform up to the level of the latest image sensors.  Read More...

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Master Soft Light

Little differences between light modifiers make for big changes in the look of a light

Master Soft LightAny discussion of soft lighting tools begins with two classic modifiers: the softbox and the umbrella.  Read More...

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Misinformation: Camera Tech

What the future may bring for digital cameras and what features are here now

Misinformation: Camera TechDigital cameras incorporate miniature computers, hardware and software to capture, interpret and store this information while film cameras provide a housing for the roll of film and a way to move the film forward.   Read More...

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Diving Deep Into HDSLRs

So you bought an HDSLR to add motion to your repertoire. Now what? We’ll help you navigate the technology to give you a running start.

Diving Deep Into HDSLRsThe first video-capable DSLRs were aimed at photojournalists, but were quickly adopted by wedding photographers and even serious filmmakers.   Read More...

 

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