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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!

Recording Your Road Trip

Road trips are a favorite American summer pastime – and with good reason.  The idea of packing up the car for an impromptu weekend adventure or a two week traipse across the country is appealing and exciting, especially to those with a love of photography.  The promise of new and spectacular scenery compels us to [...]

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The One Filter You Need For Summer Photography

The ProMaster HGX UV filter is designed specifically for digital lenses, so it minimizes internal reflections created by CCD and CMOS sensors. This filter also includes the exclusive Repellamax® element resistant coating, shielding your lens from moisture, fingerprints, dust, dirt, and other environmental hazards, ensuring your images are tack sharp. If you have to pick [...]

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Summer Beach Photo Quick Tip

Summer is all about capturing those special vacation moments, and beach photos top the list of trends on today’s Instagram feeds. Photographing waves requires a faster shutter speed to freeze the action of the water and to also combat against possible overexposure that may occur from the strong sun’s reflection. Just make sure you have [...]

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Managing Photos on iOS 8

Recommendations For Managing Your Photos in iOS 8iOS 8 includes iCloud Photo Library, Apple's photo sharing and cloud storage solution for all of your pictures on all of your devices, all of the time. Should you use it? Here is what we recommend:If you haven't turned on iCloud Photo Library, we recommend you continue [...]

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Speedlight Solving On-Location Lighting Problems with Erik Valind

Speedlight Solving On-Location Lighting Problems with Erik Valind and Rogue FlashBender So what happens when you show up to your location shoot for an engagement, and your head begins spinning because the lighting is terrible? You may think to yourself, "I only have the basics on hand, a camera and flash, what am I going to [...]

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A new way to photograph weddings: Lytro!

Check out the Illum at Art's!April 1st, Art's Cameras Plus will be holding a workshop led by Lytro's Training Manager, Rick Berk, as he explains the Lytro-Illum camera and its revolutionary light field technology. Learn the variety of output options, and how you can incorporate them into your wedding and portrait workflow. Rick will present [...]

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New Year’s Resolution: Organizing Your Photos in Five Steps

Now that the holiday season has ended, what are you going to do with those 527 photos you took? And didn’t your daughter have some great shots on her iPhone? One of the many joys of digital photography is the ability to snap away with reckless abandon. Sorting and organizing afterward? Not [...]

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Shooting Holiday Lights

Shooting Holiday Lights Kristi Bonney offers tried-and-true tips for capturing the glow of winter festivities with the new Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 VC USD lens. Article by [...]

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Timely tips for great snowy-weather shots!

Snow Shooting Quick Tip If you’d like to capture the winter wonderland in your neighborhood, consider including another element that can contrast Mother Nature’s chilly blanket. An entirely snowy image may not provide enough visual interest, but shadows can create a compelling addition to the composition. If you shoot early or late in the day, the sun’s low angle [...]

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Falling for Changing Seasons

Photographing the end of fall as it flirts with winter’s entrance can be one of the most exciting times for those who live behind the lens. Mother Nature showers us with fiery colors falling from tree branches against the impending reach of a snowy embrace. Different parts of the country experience this changing of the seasonal guard in different ways, [...]

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