If you’re a photographer, you’ve probably heard of Moo business cards. What makes MOO unique, is the ability to print a different image on every card in a pack. What I did not know before placing my first order is that Moo doesn’t just make mini cards. They also offer standard business cards, postcards, sticker [...]
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Pin It In this post naturalist, photographer, and computer scientist Steve Berardi from PhotoNaturalist explains why you need a telephoto zoom lens for landscape photography. When you think about landscape photography, you might immediately think of the wide angle zoom lens, which is great for capturing those expansive landscapes and “taking it all in.” But, [...]
This review of the ExpoDisc white balance filter comes to you from one of our regular readers and pro fashion photographer, Nathan Pask. You can find out more about him at www.nathanpask.com. A common problem for photographers is white balance. With so many different light sources such as daylight, tungsten, fluorescent, flash, strobe and countless [...]
We had the announcement for the Olympus Tough 8000 a few weeks back, since then we have seen released the same sort of compacts from Canon and from Panasonic. Being naturally curious for “unbreakable stuff” I wanted to check one of them out and Olympus, as they were first out of the gate, got the [...]
10 days ago I asked readers to answer the question – What is your favorite Lens? Today I spent a few hours collating the 233 responses to the question in the hope that it might turn out to be useful information for those in the market for a new lens. Overwhelmingly the most popular brand [...]
In this post I will share the top 10 Point and Shoot Digital Cameras – as voted by the readers of this site. When I recently asked readers of DPS what digital cameras they use the array of cameras being used was quite amazing and yet there were some definite themes that I thought I’d [...]
DSLR Cameras are increasingly becoming a type of camera that is in the reach of the average photographer as prices fall and as manufacturers develop more user friendly models. I’ve previously discussed some of the advantages and disadvantages of moving from a point and shoot to DSLR but in this post would like to explore [...]