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Cameras can be complicated; a breakdown of the latest in camera technologies and photography techniques to help you get the perfect shot.

  • Robert Simpson
    Published a day ago
    Digital Single Lens Reflex Cameras, What Makes Them Special

    Digital Single Lens Reflex Cameras, What Makes Them Special

    Some estimates for total digital camera sales during 2005 exceeded 80 million units. The growth is expected to be about 8 to 10% for 2006. There is one segment of the market, however, that is growing significantly faster. This segment is the digital single lens reflex, or dSLR for short, market. While estimates vary considerably, most agree that the segment will grow much faster than any other.
  • Robert Simpson
    Published 2 days ago
    Basic Digital Camera Tips

    Basic Digital Camera Tips

    So let's get right to it. Here are the basic digital camera tips to follow when operating your camera.
  • Jord Tury
    Published 7 days ago
    The World Is Your Backdrop

    The World Is Your Backdrop

    Photographers often thrive for that "perfect shot" when anticipating the next click. They take one look at the scenery and the aura surrounding it and map out the science via the lens of the camera. This, combined with an intense amount of patience and skill, can often lead to some stunning portraiture. But, I'd be lying if I told you I've spent hours debating every single snap in my portfolio. In fact, I've probably quickfire-clicked at least half of them without really thinking about the chemistry between subject and scenario. And, you know, those were actually some of my best images captured in my photography career. Those blind-fire, careless and shotgun round snaps were actually some of the crowning achievements over a lifetime of complex theory. The best part is – I never even realised it, either.
  • Carly Sutherland
    Published 8 days ago
    Modern Animal Rescue Photography

    Modern Animal Rescue Photography

    For centuries, we've domesticated animals to be compatible and convenient parts of our lives. Our love for their company and devotion has made them members of our families...some may even say our kids! Unfortunately, companion animals specifically have been bred for centuries, to the point where there's now an overpopulation issue and many face euthanasia, to no fault of their own. Open admission animal shelters around the country take in an abundance of animals every year as strays or from community members who are no longer able or willing to care for the animals. To say the least, there's no shortage of fluffy lives who need our help.
  • Anna Klepper
    Published 11 days ago
    Passing by

    Passing by

    I was on my way home from a long hard day at work, with chattering teeth, clasping my coat to try and block the rainy gusts of ice cold wind whipping my face, when I passed by one of my favourite restaurants and caught a glimpse of the outdoor seating area, through the gate, only just. Almost walked on but decided to stop and turn back, stepped up to the gate to peek through and admire the scene. Something about the play of light captivated me. The warm glow of the lightbulbs, the reflection of the wet floor, the pattern of the black wire chairs, the blurred out droplets of water on the gate.
  • Dhaval
    Published 28 days ago
    How Photography Will Help You to Improve Yourself
  • Harrison Galgut
    Published 28 days ago
    Photographs I took before I was a photographer

    Photographs I took before I was a photographer

    6 years ago I had an interest in photography and no training in it at all. This is back before my degree and as a nieve young man I didn't even think about being a professional photographer.
  • Ian McKenzie
    Published about a month ago
    Intimate Couple Shoots
  • LJ Chaplin
    Published about a month ago
    Memories of Madrid

    Memories of Madrid

    Exploring new territory has always been something of a challenge for me. I yearn to see the World and all of the beautiful places within it, but it is also an overwhelming prospect. So whenever I do venture beyond the UK, it is safe to say I am terrified.
  • Becka Maisuradze
    Published 2 months ago
    Can Smartphones of Today Replace Our DSLR Cameras?

    Can Smartphones of Today Replace Our DSLR Cameras?

    The world of smartphones is undergoing a serious revolution. If you've lived long enough to see those Nokia brick phones, you'll know what I'm talking about. Just look at it yourself: the phones some 15 years ago had small screens, physical keyboards (some qwerty, some those good-old 12345 ones), small batteries and cameras, and no computational power whatsoever.
  • Sara Robards
    Published 3 months ago
    The Best Cameras for Bloggers

    The Best Cameras for Bloggers

    Want to make it in the competitive world of social media and blogging? We all know that to be a successful blogger, you have to be able to take high quality images. Great quality pictures really capture the attention of readers and viewers far better than any slogan or headline and marketers consider images as the most important content type. As a blogger or influencer, you become your own marketing team, with the purpose of attracting people to your page, and therefore you have to think like a marketer too. If you want to capitalise on those clicks and ensure people engage with your feed, pictures really do have to be your first priority. Who wants to read about your outfit of the day if all they can see is a grainy image of your look? Curating a popular blog or Instagram feed is really all about inspiring people and telling a story and in the attention economy, where everyone is vying for the attention of readers and consumers, photography is everything. What’s more, the right camera will make capturing stunning images that sell your content to readers even easier. Here are some of the best cameras for bloggers on the market right now.
  • Richard Clayton
    Published 3 months ago
    Why Are Photo Booths So Popular?

    Why Are Photo Booths So Popular?

    In an age where everyone with a smartphone can take pictures of anything, anywhere, anytime, you’d think photo booths would be an antiquated novelty. After all, they’ve been around since the 1920s when the first coin-operated camera kiosk debuted in Manhattan, developing portraits in eight minutes for the princely sum of 25 cents. Yet photo booths are still here and they’re still as popular as ever.