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Why the First DSLR You Buy Doesn’t Really Matter

It's about time! You finally made the decision to buy your first DSLR camera, you have saved a couple of bucks and started browsing around. Quickly, you realize the market is full of good (really good) cameras, and you start to feel overwhelmed.

Photo by Bilal Arslan

Photo by Bilal Arslan

You ask your photographer friend or, even worse, a camera store salesman and end up feeling even more confused.  The truth is that it takes little to no time to realize how hard this decision can be, especially if you will also think of choosing lenses and accessories. Read more...

Master Easily Taking Candid Photos of Your Friends

Taking photos of your friends is an accessible way to improve your picture-taking skills. But it can be difficult to do this well and get good photographs, improve your skills, and not offend your friends. It seems simple, of course... most people with a smartphone take photos of their lunch like it's the top of a scenic mountain.

As a budding photographer though, you take awe-inspiring photos though (or at least, you're moving in that direction) and are fascinated by life, wanting to capture every gorgeous or even mundane moment you experience; including your friends in their most raw moments. Read more...

Check out the Big Bang Bundle: A Design Bundle Worth $15K for Only $49…Insane!

Yup, you read that right: If you want value on top of value that you can’t beat or find anywhere else, then you absolutely have to make plans to check out the Big Bang Bundle from Inky Deals. You won’t regret it, and you’ll be surprised at the insane degree of value that you’ll find there. Calling all photographers: This means you!

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Photographers are highly creative people and professionals, so a design bundle like this is just what the doctor ordered. Read more...

6 Main Studio Lighting Methods to Master for Your Portraits

Understanding light is a concept that makes a good photographer, and an even greater skill to master is knowing how to recreate different light effects in the studio .

Using lighting accessories like off-camera flashes or strobes, and studying how to trigger them from a different position than on top of the camera, will give an overall different aesthetic to your photographs. Read more...

The Ultimate Photographer’s Guide to Photo Contests That Are Worth Your Time

The Internet has brought an influx of photo contests. It seems like every blogger, photographer and "momtog" is putting up a photo contest.

Photo by Jaume Martí

Photo by Jaume Martí

As a serious photographer, how can you know which ones to submit to, and if you do choose to submit to one, how to maximize your chances of winning? Here is everything you need to know about photo contests. Read more...

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