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Megapixels and Printing Paper Sizes Table

If you are a lover of printed photography or paper photography, you will probably be interested in having a photographic camera with a lot of megapixels in it. For starters, the more megapixels, the better quality the picture will have. But there are a few exceptions. Besides the number of …

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Understand the SLR camera’s specifications

I publish SLR camera comparisons regularly, but it is possible that every time I post one I might be feeling intimidated by the terminology and the specifications of the photographic jargon. What does it mean if a camera has or doesn’t have a focus motor? And does the screen resolution …

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White Balance: A basic tip but also unknown to many

White balance is a very useful setting that shows the correct color reproduction, but we commonly use the white balance set in automatic whatever the situation, which many times it gives us an unexpected result or even unpleasant for some people. The white balance must adapt itself to the situation …

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How to show your photos physically and digitally

Today we frequently have the opportunity to take photos often that we practically dedicate ourselves to accumulate images. How many photos have you printed in the last year? And how many times do you re-visit your archive to remember precious moments? Take your photos out of your memory box and …

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Why can’t flash be used in museums?

Who has not thought that it is a stupid rule that you’re not allowed to use flash in museums? I’ve seen this in several museums and always wondered what the reason was for this ban to exist. I would have understood if they banned all photography in general, due to …

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How to do a search with you Smartphone Camera

The camera of your smartphone is useful for more things than to take pictures of your food, your cat, or to take selfies in the mirror. Discover how to use it to find anything. There is a phrase that I never tire of repeating, and that is the more intelligent …

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35mm or 50mm?

The question of 35 mm or 50 mm will probably ring a bell to someone who has planned to buy a fixed lens before. When you start to look into the possibility spectrum offered by the brand of our camera (doesn’t matter if it is Canon, Nikon etc … most …

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