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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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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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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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11-portfolio-slideshow (6)_WEB by Lily Sawyer

5 Must-Have Lenses for Wedding Photographers and Why

Have you ever wondered which lenses are in a wedding photographer's bag? There is a plethora of choice when it...
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Review : WD MyCloud Mirror Personal Cloud Storage

Some would argue that, these days, it's just as important to backup our mobile (camera) devices for the very reason...
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A properly bagged and sealed camera, ready to be taken back indoors after a cold outdoor shoot. by David Shaw

How to Take Care of Your Camera in Cold Weather

Where I live, it gets cold. Not your “Brrr, I need to put on a sweater” kind of cold, but...
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ThinkTank TurnStyle Sling Bag Review by Suzi Pratt

Review: Think Tank Turnstyle Sling Bag

From messenger bags to suitcases, camera bags today come in just about every shape and form. After spending years tinkering...
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image by Adam Welch

Tips for Using Legacy Lenses and Shooting in Full Manual

Shooting Manually Full manual. Two words. Ten letters. Yet those words can be some of the most discouraging for new...
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LIGHT METER by Darlene Hildebrandt

Tips for Using a Handheld Light Meter

In modern DSLRs they all have a light meter built-in to the camera. But sometimes you want a more accurate...
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16300VCPZD-Tamron-16-300mm.jpg by Darlene Hildebrandt

Tamron Contest Winners Announced

The Winners of the Tamron 16-300mm Di II VC PZD Macro All-In-One Zoom Lens and Tamron 18-200MM F/3.5-6.3 Di II...
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New-Camera-Tips-2 by Meredith Clark

Do This Before You Upgrade a Lens for Your New Camera

So, you just got a new camera! Congratulations! You're in the right place, DPS is absolutely full of amazing tutorials...
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