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Take Photos in Low Light

June 4, 2014

Just because you can pick up a camera and snap some pictures doesn’t mean you are a top photographer. We can all take some pointers from the pros when it comes to capturing the best photos ever before we post them to our Flickr accounts. This infographic has great tips on capturing that magical shot […]

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Manual Photography Cheat Sheet

April 24, 2014

This infographic provides a visual guide to how to use a manual camera. It shows all the different features of a manual camera, what they are for, and how to use them. Source

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Exposure Photography

April 9, 2014

In photography, exposure can be described as the process of directing light at a photo sensitive medium (film or an image sensor for digital photos). It is the job of our camera to provide various means of controlling this light and our job as photographers to make sure we use these means to render a […]

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Why you should take photos in raw?

April 9, 2014

Why you should take photos in raw? Source

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Choose Your Perfect Digital Camera

March 19, 2014

What kind of pictures do you like taking? Choosing the right digital camera, depends on the types of pictures that you want to capture. This infographic is a guide to choosing the best digital camera. Source

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The People’s Tech Takeover

February 27, 2014

This infographic lays out how smartphones are overtaking many point-and-shoot cameras in popularity: for example, the iPhone has surpassed the Canon Powershot (a camera I have) in upload popularity on Flickr. It also examines the tension between “citizen journalism” and traditional photojournalism. While that’s a very new issue, I think it is well worth considering. […]

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Canon vs. Nikon

February 22, 2014

Which company makes the best cameras and dslrs? Canon or Nikon? Ask any photographer, and you’ll hear the name of whatever brand they have in their camerabag. Time to take a step back and look at the facts. Consumerwebsite BesteProduct.nl collects those facts. Expert reviews and user experiences of tons of websites from all over […]

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Photography Apps

February 21, 2014

With so many free photo tools out in the web, it’s easy to miss what really matters to people. To some, it might seem obvious. Yet, when we actually studied photo app users, it became clear that their preferences are not always so obvious after all. Take a look at this infographic that explains why. […]

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Buying a Compact Pocket Camera

December 21, 2013

Serious and amateur photographers often pride themselves on their cameras. This infographic compares different cameras and acts as an advanced compact camera buying guide. Source

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The Darwinian Evolution of Photoshop

November 23, 2013

This infographic traces the evolution of Adobe’s industry leading photo editing software. From version 1.0 in 1990 to the latest CS5 version with the amazing context-aware fill tool, Photoshop is a long-time friend of artists, photographers, and web designers. Source

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Canon vs Nikon: a financial and consumer comparison

November 18, 2013

There’s nothing like a ‘Canon’ vs ‘Nikon’ discussion to get photographers going. Those with cameras from either brand love to defend their purchase…. and those with other brands always have an opinion too. Source

The Value of Photography

The Value of Photography

September 4, 2013

The following is a survey carried out on the Value of Photography. With the abundance of photography now online from mobile phones/ digital cameras etc, the value of photography is somewhat hard to quantify. With this survey we simply want to establish a price range to help amateur and professional photographers value their photography, while […]