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Photographers, camera enthusiasts and image specialists are creative by nature, always looking at the big picture. That’s why we’ve used this phrase in naming our blog—because we also see more when it comes to the world of photography. This monthly blog will share the latest on the products, techniques and opportunities that take your passion and your pictures to the next level. Thanks for joining us, and don’t forget to smile!

Shooting in Cold Weather

Some of the best photography comes at times and places nobody else would shoot, and winter provides many of those opportunities. But before you go trudging around in that cold snow for the perfect picture, let's talk about how you should prepare for the best shots!Visualize your shots, settings and technique ahead of time and [...]

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The One Thing You Should Do With All Your Photos

Whether you're a professional photographer or hobbyist, you likely spend a lot of time and money getting the right camera gear, prepping and setting up for the perfect shots. But often our photos never see past our hard drives, memory cards, mobile devices or the cloud online. In fact, less people are printing today than [...]

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Capturing the Gorgeous Colors of Fall

The chill in the air mixed with the distinct scent of autumn means it’s time for bonfires, pumpkin carving, apple cider, and best of all, fall colors! As photographers, we can’t seem to resist the gorgeous warm tones that the fall season offers. Whether you’re trying to capture a breath-taking landscape or snap a stunning [...]

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Shooting with the Tamron 17-35mm f/2.8 with Don Mammoser

This article has been reformatted from Tamron's website. Find the original article here. When Don Mammoser and his wife decided to head to Grenada for a 17-day vacation with their 10-month-old daughter, Don decided to pose a challenge for himself: Because he often takes his travel photos with longer lenses, this time around he decided to try [...]

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Tips for Shooting Photos of Your Kids

The battle of getting nice, sharp images of our children… it’s never-ending. Even when they aren't toddler "busy bodies," children of all ages have a hard time sitting still long enough for you to capture that perfect photo.Here are 5 tips on how to get better, more professional looking photographs of your kids with your [...]

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​5 Reasons to Upgrade Your Nikon DSLR to a Z Series Mirrorless Camera

Why give up a perfectly good Nikon DSLR for the new Z mirrorless series? That's a question no doubt many dedicated Nikonians have been asking. However, once you've had your hands on the Z series, we can easily think of a few big reasons why you'd want to upgrade from a DSLR.Eye-specific autofocusIf people are [...]

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The Canon EOS R: Is it Worth the Upgrade?

When Canon announced they were jumping into the full frame mirrorless game, some shooters were a bit apprehensive. Why was Canon deciding now to release a full frame mirrorless, when players like Sony had already been in the game for years? And would it be anything new in terms of features, worthy of an upgrade [...]

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Why This Camera Accessory Should be Your Best Friend

It's important to know how necessary having the right tools for shooting photography and video, is. There are so many photo accessory options available that can make your life a whole lot easier and aid you in getting the perfect shot!Meet, the Tripod. I know what you're thinking. Ugh, I have to carry that around?! OR [...]

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How to Get Your Dream Camera Gear for Cheap

We've all probably been there at one point or another... staring at that shiny new lens or camera behind the glass. Our lip starts to quiver with excitement at the thought of owning and shooting with it. And while you're caught in a photo fantasy, the sales associate hits you with the price. Then your [...]

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How to Stop Getting Blurry Photos

The biggest photo killer has to be blur. Sure, a dark image isn’t fun either, but that often can be fixed in photoshop or some other photo editing software, later on. With blur however, there’s no easy fix - even oversharpening isn’t going to entirely save it. So what are ways to prevent your camera [...]

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