Cameras & Equipment
Shallow depth of field by Rick Berk

Fast Glass: Tips for Working With Wide Aperture Lenses

As photographers, many of us become infatuated with new gear, such as a new flash, tripod, or lens. We scrimp...
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by Geoff Livingston

5 Advantages of Using a Fully Manual Lens

Shooting with a manual lens centers your attention on the precise image you want to produce. Once you get the...
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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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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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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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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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