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How to organize and share your vacation pictures

So you just arrived from your vacation, and after emptying your suitcase you start to organize your stuff. Clothes, souvenirs… and the pictures. Those memory cards full of the pictures and videos we took those relaxing days. You start to see the pictures and you ask yourself something. How do …

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DSLR Camera Buying Guide: Optical Viewfinders

One thing that I noticed many guys got sorta wrong is with the optical viewfinders. It is true that lower end DSLR use pentamirrors to reflect the light that is coming through the lens and hitting the main mirror in front of the shutter so that it can be directed …

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The One of a Kind AF System of the Canon 70D

The Canon 70D has a very unique dual pixel AF sensor system that is able to split each pixel for autofocus. This really improves the way that the AF performs when you are in both in live and movie modes. Canon has a video entitled “Handmade” which is done via …

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How to take panoramic photos with Camera

When we travel to a place we don’t know, more than one of us enjoys taking pictures of the landscape. Some places are beautiful, and there’s nothing better than save them in our camera to enjoy them later in our computer, our TV or, of course, print them. Sometimes, a …

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ISO: the camera is sensitive

As we saw in the post on the triangle of the exposure, the ISO is one of the factors that determine the amount of light captured by the sensor of a digital camera, or more precisely, in digital photography bold ISO indicates the sensitivity of the sensor to light. The …

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Best DSLR Camera Bag & Case 2013

In our special dedicated to rookie photographers, we have covered most of the basic concepts: how to use a reflex camera, advices for getting a new lens, ect. But we haven’t talked about a very important aspect you can’t ignore: the protection. Although the resistance of most cameras has improved …

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Best Memory Card for your Camera

We continue with our special dedicated to photography for rookies. After talking about SLR Camera, tripods and the uses of flash, it is now the time to talk about one of the most basic elements we will need from the very start: a memory card. Many times, choosing between one …

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