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10 Macro Tips for Photographing Insects

Photographing insects is a matter of good timing, patience and suitable equipment. Dismiss any one of these key factors and your photos won’t be satisfactory. If you’re fascinated by butterflies, spiders, dragonflies and any other bug in its minuscule environment, these macro tips will give you some techniques and approaches to achieve the perfect shot.

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What makes insect photography so alluring is that it reveals unbelievable details we can’t see with a naked eye.

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How a Compact Camera Can Help You Shoot Stunning Images While Traveling on a Budget

Vacations can be a great time to capture some of the most captivating photos ever, and it doesn’t even require using an expensive equipment to do so. In fact, whether your vacation involves hiking, skiing, snorkeling, a safari, mountain biking, or a scenic road trip, a compact camera can also provide stunning results while traveling, with little effort and without the bulk and cost of traditional cameras.How a Compact Camera Can Help You Shoot Stunning Images While Traveling on a Budget-compactcamera

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Compact cameras, also known as “point-and-shoot” cameras, are small cameras, typically between eight to twelve ounces in weight, that are convenient to carry, hold, store, and shoot normal point-and-shoot photos with ease.

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Hiking Cameras Compared

If you’re looking for the best hiking camera to take with you on your future treks, then you’re going to need one that’s fit for hiking. There’s a difference between a good camera and a good camera for hiking, and this is what this guide is going to be able to answer for you.

Hiking cameras compared-hikingcamerasFirst, we need to look at what exactly you need in a camera for hiking.

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How To Choose Gear For Travel Photography

Changing and missing flights, running to catch buses or hiking mountains is part of any beautiful trip story. But what can we do when we have at least 5 kilos in our backpack and we need all of it? You might already know what I am talking about. This is our HOLY photography gear. We can’t make compromises. We need to take it all with us. Every time I was traveling, I ended up with a sore back and arms (and probably I was not alone), until the day I decided to make some changes.

I needed to optimize my gear bag and say goodbye to painful trips.

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