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Best Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals for Photographers 2015

While Black Friday was born in the United Sates, people from all over the world now wait for this day to do some serious shopping too, and photographers are no exception. The Friday after Thanksgiving has become popular everywhere marking the beginning of the winter holiday season.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals for Photographers

So are Black Friday deals really a “big deal” for photography enthusiasts? Yes, they are. Read on to discover some of the best deals for photographers in 2015.

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Photographer’s Guide to Using Graphic Tablets for Lightroom Editing

There are several gadgets we can use to improve our performance in Adobe Lightroom, if our intent is to post-produce images quickly and neatly with professional results. However, there is no better tool for a talented photographer than a good graphic tablet.

Photographer's Guide to Using Tablets for Lightroom Editing - Photodoto

Read on to learn how a graphic tablet can be used with Adobe Lightroom and how it can enhance your image processing workflow.

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130 Amazing Gifts for Photographers Handpicked from All Over the Web

Holiday season is round the corner and the killing work of gift hunting is approaching everyone quickly. Just as the art of photography, the art of giving needs inspiration. In our holiday gift guide you can find all kinds of gift ideas for every type of photographer.

Photo by babi

Photo by babi

Even if the receiver is not a photographer, one of these gifts can easily make them want to become one! Read more…

Reading List: 7 Great Photography Books for Beginners

We like to think of ourselves here at Photodoto as a resource that beginning photographers can utilize to help them improve their photography and find new, interesting sources of inspiration.

Photo by Breather

Photo by Breather

We even have our handy-dandy 7-day email course, which you can receive for free by entering your email in the box just to the right of this paragraph. Read more…

One One-Thousandth of a Second: Shooting Sports and Fast Action

Whether you’re a sports fan or not, if you’re a photographer, you’ll probably find yourself taking photos of some fast-paced competitive action at some point.


Photo by Stuart Bennett

If you’re used to shooting in a nice, controlled environment, like a studio, or if you’re used to street photography, where your subjects are probably walking at a normal, relatively slow pace, shooting a sporting event can be challenging. Read more…

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