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Does photography have any more technical limitations?

Something I noticed recently made me stop and think for a moment, since, if true, it means that the modern era of photography is an especially noteworthy time: With very few exceptions, there are no scenes or subjects that are … Continue reading

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Experimenting with Flower Photography at f/1.2

Like many other photographers I enjoy letting my mind wander, seeing if it will lead me to some kind of new photographic experiment that I haven’t tried in the past. The idea of photographing flowers with a prime lens and … Continue reading

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Best Monitor for Photography

One of the most frequently asked questions from our readers and friends is related to picking a good monitor for photography needs. It seems like the market is over-saturated with all kinds of choices, whether you visit a local store … Continue reading

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The Ultimate PC Build for Photography Needs

Thanks to the super high-resolution sensors we see today in digital cameras, a fast computer is absolutely essential for an efficient post-processing workflow when working with RAW images. If a few years back a standard PC or a mid-range laptop … Continue reading

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5 ways summertime treats can inspire your photography

My memories of summer are laced with the excitement of sweet treats. I used to sneak orange popsicles from my grandma’s deep freezer. We’d beg our parents to stop by the local popcorn stand, only open for a few short … Continue reading

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