Outdoor And Waterproof Digital Cameras

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Updated for summer 2013: tips for choosing the best rugged, waterproof camera – plus – Photo-John’s waterproof camera recommendations!

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David Terry, Wedding Photographer – What’s In Your Camera Bag Video

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I’ve been trying to get together with David Terry to do a “What’s In Your Camera Bag” video for a couple of months now. David is a busy Salt Lake City, Utah wedding and portrait photographer and I thought of him immediately when I started to look for pro photographers to feature in my camera […]

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Learning About Exposure Through Flower Photography

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Author’s note: I am pleased to be able to provide you with an exclusive excerpt from my most recent Focal Press book, Photographing Flowers: Exploring Macro Photography with Harold Davis. The subject is exposure, specifically exposure in flower photography. My hope is that these two sections of my book, and the photographs that illustrate the […]

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Concert Photography Tips

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 Thanks to the wonders of social networking, Photo-John (the manager of PhotographyREVIEW.com) and I recently reconnected after many years (we go so far back that I knew him when he was just “John”) and discovered that we both share an interest in photography. I’ve been lucky enough to meld my passions for music and photography […]

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Grandpaw’s Nikon D7000 Tips

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 PhotographyREVIEW.com member and forum moderator, Jeff Impey, better known as Grandpaw, took it upon himself to create a Nikon D7000 Tips thread on the Nikon Forum. Since he began the thread in August of 2011, Grandpaw has added over 25 separate, numbered tips for Nikon D7000 camera owners and the thread has been viewed well […]

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What’s In My Camera Bag Video – Mountain Biking – Photo-John

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 This is the second video in our new “What’s In Your Camera Bag” series. People are always asking me what camera and backpack I use when I’m mountain biking. In this episode I show the camera equipment I typically carry when I’m out on my mountain bike and how I carry it. Major issues for […]

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What’s In My Camera Bag Video – Photo-John’s Ski Pack

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 This is a project I’ve wanted to do for a long time – a series of “What’s In My Camera Bag” videos, featuring different kinds of pro photographers and their gear. Seeing what we carry in our camera bags and backpacks gives a lot of insight into how we shoot and what’s necessary to get […]

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Test Drive The New Adobe Lightroom 4 Beta

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 There’s exciting news for Adobe Lightroom users. Adobe has released a public beta version of Lightroom 4. It’s available as a free download to anyone who wants to download and install it. You don’t have to have a current version of Lightroom installed to use it. Of course, it is beta software so it’s a […]

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Joby GorillaPod And New GorillaPod Micro At PhotoPlus

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 I visited with Joby at the annual PhotoPlus Expo this year. In case you don’t know, Joby makes the gorillapod – a line of funky, Gumby-like, ball-joint mini-tripods. The original GorillaPod was a tiny bendy tripod for pocket point-and-shoot cameras. But over the past few years they’ve expanded to cover support for digital SLRs, iPhones, […]

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My Dream Date With The Leica M9

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  The Leica M9 is a manual focus, 18-megapixel full-frame digital rangefinder camera. Other than the digital sensor, it’s pretty much the exact opposite of what most photographers are using now. That said, the Leica M-rangefinder’s simple, German design and rich history are an aphrodisiac for pretty much every experienced photographer I’ve ever known. I’ve […]

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Olympus E-P3 Pen Super Compact Travel Kit

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 Traveling with photography equipment is always tricky. Either you sacrifice comfort and convenience for quality or you sacrifice quality and versatility for convenience. International travel with multiple plane changes is even trickier. In the past I’ve traveled with a suitcase, a laptop shoulder bag and a 30-pound camera backpack. If you end up on a […]

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Fireworks Photography Tips

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  PhotographyREVIEW.com Fireworks Photography Resources Everyone enjoys fireworks. And for photographers, taking pictures that really capture the essence of a fireworks show makes the experience that much more rewarding. A tripod and slow shutter speeds are the trick to capturing fireworks. It’s not difficult and every photographer should try it at least once. Below, you’ll […]

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Gary Fong Puffer Flash Diffuser Review

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 Gary Fong has announced a flash diffuser called the Gary Fong Micro Four Thirds Puffer Pop-Up Flash Diffuser. It has a plastic frame that slides into the Olympus Pen and Panasonic Lumix GF Micro Four Thirds camera hot shoe and places a white plastic diffuser in front of the flash. Besides diffusing light from the […]

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Eye-Fi Mobile X2 SD Card Review

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 I was really excited when Eye-Fi announced their new Mobile X2 wireless SD card with Direct Mode. The new card creates its own Wi-Fi network so you can transfer photos directly from your digital camera to your iPhone, iPad or Android mobile device and then upload to the Web without a computer. I don’t like […]

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Renting A Camera Lens Online

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Through A Glass, Briefly: My Experience Renting A Lens  After years of hearing about the epic spring bird migration at Freezeout Lake on Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front, I finally made the trip in late March. I decided to try renting a lens for my weekend adventure.

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