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Sigma-2.jpg by Adam Welch

Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC HSM Art Lens Review

The world of camera lenses can be separated into two main groups: zooms and primes. Prime lenses are those which...
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Canon 80D Field Test by Darlene Hildebrandt

First Look and Field Test of the Canon 80D

Recently Canon released their latest upgrade in the EOS line, the 80D. It's a direct update of its predecessor the...
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LilyDeanne_3 by Peter West Carey

Review: The Think Tank Lily Deanne Mezzo Shoulder Bag

It’s finally happening; camera bag manufacturers are making bags for women that attempt to be fashionable. There have been lame...
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LeanneCole-tamronlens-NewYork-300mm by Leanne Cole

My Favourite Travel Lens – The Tamron 28-300mm

Last year I was given an incredible opportunity to travel to the US for three and half weeks just to...
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Drop-in and screw-in filters by Rick Berk

Beginner’s Guide to Buying Filters

For most photographers, their first experience with a filter is when it is suggested they purchase a UV or Skylight...
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Backpacking means every piece of gear needs to be carried, so think light. by David Shaw

How to Decide What Gear to Pack for a Wilderness Trip

Each year, I spend many weeks guiding, and exploring, in the mountains and rivers of Alaska. The trips are a...
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Manfrotto 5001B Nano Lighting Stand 1 by Suzi Pratt

Review: Manfrotto 5001B Nano Light Stand

Rating: 10/10 Among the most essential parts of a photographer's lighting kit, is a sturdy light stand. While there are...
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photography lighting equipment by Suzi Pratt

How to Build the Best On-Location Photography Lighting Kit

Digging around the Internet, there are tons of resources available for constructing the perfect studio lighting setup for photographers, but very...
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Fig 1 by Daniel Smith

Writer’s Favorite Lens – the Canon 400mm f/2.8

Being a sports photographer, covering things ranging from soccer (football) and rugby, to horse racing, I often have the Canon 400mm...
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04.jpg by Ivo Guimaraes

Everyday Carry – Must-Have Tools for Photographers

Besides the camera, there are a lot of accessories, tools and gadgets that photographers choose to carry with them to...
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Think Tank Modular Components 2 by Suzi Pratt

Review: Think Tank Modular Component Set V2.0

If you're a photographer who frequently carries lots of gear, and needs it easily accessible to you during a shoot,...
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Review_ 3Pod P3COR Tripod and Pistol Grip Ball Head by Tim Gilbreath

The 3Pod P3COR Tripod and SH-PG Ball Head Review

In one of my previous articles, while reviewing the Nitz Strap heavy-duty camera strap, I mentioned that straps fall into...
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The circular polarizer tends to smooth out rough points, darkens skies, and removes some of the reflective properties of shiny surfaces. by Tim Gilbreath

Review of the Vü Professional Filter System

Filters are wonderful little tools that help modify the light coming through your camera lenses, and alter what is recorded...
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