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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!

The 4 Best Lenses for Concert Photography with Dan Garcia

Lionel Richie headlining the American Family Insurance Amphitheater at Summerfest 2019: Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 @ 400mm f/5.6. (PHOTO: Dan Garcia)By Dan GarciaConcert photography is as fun as it sounds, but there is nothing fun about being ill-prepared when you have 3 songs or less to try and capture a few memorable photos in a [...]

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What Happens When 3 Photographers Shoot One Model?

Every photographer has a slightly different perspective than the other. It's the beauty of being a photographer - we all have our own creative eye. So what happens when three photographers come together to shoot the same model?Nikon Ambassadors Bambi Cantrell, Charmi Peña and Vincent Versace assist each other and shoot the same model with the [...]

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Snap the Ultimate Pet Portrait With These 6 Tips

Your cats or dogs are members of your family, just like your sons and daughters. So it’s only natural to want to create beautiful pet portraits with them at the forefront—because let’s face it: Your pets aren’t going to photograph themselves! Art’s Cameras Plus shares tips to make capturing your four-legged friends even easier. Tips and [...]

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Get Wild With a New Tamron Lens and 4 Tips for Photographing Nature

Now that the weather is more inviting, birds and animals—and the people who like photographing them and nature—are more active. This lends itself to incredible opportunities, if you have a lens that allows for great images. At Art’s Cameras Plus, we not only have fun FOCUS Group events to get you outdoors, but we also [...]

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This Tamron Lens Lends Itself to Intriguing Landscape Photography

The great outdoors is full of year-round opportunities for photographers—and many challenges. While there’s no controlling the elements or other factors in a natural environment, having the right equipment makes all the difference in the quality and variety of images you can capture. One thing the photography experts at Art’s Cameras Plus recommend is a [...]

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New Year, Better Pictures—Keep Your Resolution With New Photography Equipment

The start of a new year is a time of hope—when we all plan for better things. If you’re hoping to take better pictures, keep this New Year’s resolution with a trip to Art’s Cameras Plus. Our expert sales staff can help you find just the right photography equipment to capture the best of the [...]

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Break These 5 Rules for Better Holiday Photos

The holidays are fast approaching, and that means lots of chances for great photos—especially if you’re willing to put a new twist on your traditional picture-taking. The professional photographers at Art’s Cameras Plus suggest getting creative instead of playing it safe—because breaking a few rules can mean creating some truly unique images. Don’t Say Cheese—holidays are [...]

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JPEG Versus RAW—What You Should Know About File Formats

When you buy a new digital SLR camera, you suddenly have a lot of options for taking better photos, but first you have to figure out the basics—like choosing whether to work with JPEG or RAW files. Better yet, start simply by decoding all those acronyms: SLR stands for single lens reflex; JPEG stands for [...]

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Take Better Outdoor Photos with These 5 Tips

Summer vacation season is just around the corner. Preserve your memories of special events, favorite destinations, and time with loved ones through exceptional outdoor photography. Here are five tips from the experts at Art’s Cameras Plus that can help you take better pictures: Go for the Gold—a common term in outdoor photography is shooting during the [...]

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