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Nikon D7000 :: The Ultimate DSLR for Intermediates

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My Love for Nikon started with D90, one of the earlier superb from Nikon. The love for D90 is simply because of the ease and speed with which it performs. When the new replacement for D90 was announced it was like, why? But with the […]

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Manual DSLR Basics: Using White Balance

There is something about certain pictures that you’ve seen that just doesn’t look right. You know the color is off, but can’t figure out how to fix it. Is it your DSLR lens? Or is the camera’s sensor broken? No, the color quirks in your […]

DSLR Photography
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Will Digital Photography Replace Film?

This May Be the Last Year for Production of Kodachrome Film “Mamma don’t take my Kodachrome away…” Paul Simon, 1973. My uncle served over in Korea way back in the 1950’s. While he was there he bought a camera set at the PX. I guess […]

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Understanding Royalty-free Photography

The Difference Between Free and Fee Stock or royalty-free photography is gaining popularity as a resource for designers, publishers and web gurus to optimize their visual presentations. The immediate availability of millions of online images saves time and the expense of hiring photographers. But royalty-free […]

Mobile Photography
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Photo Editing Tips for Digital Photographers

If you are a digital photography enthusiast you must be aware that capturing photos on your camera is just one side of the story. There is still a lot of work that needs to be done like editing, fine tuning and printing the photos. Even […]

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Deciding Which Photo Editing Program is Right for You

Photo editing programs come in many different forms; professional photo editing programs have far more capabilities than amateur programs, but if you are simply a casual photographer, you may not need many of those features. Determining which photo editing program to use is an important […]

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How to Defeat Red Light Cameras

Red light cameras are a great way to catch speeders and those who run traffic lights, but these systems are not perfect. There are a variety of ways that you can defeat these systems. This article will show you four ways that you can beat […]

Light Skills
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Red Light to Camera Prosecutions

Florida has had a running battle over red light tickets based on photographic evidence. Most of the debate is cast as a driving safety issue. Taken on this level, the question is how many accidents might be prevented compared to the costs incurred by taxpayers […]

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Interview & Review: HITCHCOCK, from FOX Searchlight Films and Director Sacha Gervasi, is a Film Lover’s Dream

HITCHCOCK, the screen adaption surrounding the making of the master of suspense’s most gripping and successful film, PSYCHO, recently held its Los Angeles premiere at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. From FOX Searchlight Pictures, DUNE Entertainment and Ingenious media HITCHCOCK was directed […]

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How Digital Camera Color Settings Work

Saturated Colors Film users who’ve migrated to digital could learn that their new cameras do not exactly mirror the depth of color provided by film, regardless of the lighting conditions. This is due in component to the pretty conservative way that digital cameras meter their […]

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