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7 Simple Maintenance and Care Tips to Keep Your Digital Camera in Great Shape

Camera bodies, lenses and accessories are significant investments that require care. They start the day with us at sunrise, finish at sunsets and stick with us for the many moments in between. They attend parties, milestone events, embark with us on travel or when we’re just kicking around the house looking for something to shoot. Many take care of their gear after every outing. Some wait until it’s very obvious that a good cleaning and maintenance is well overdue. With a few dollars and a few minutes of routine care time, your investment will require less costly maintenance. Read on for simple care tips that will ensure your gear continues to provide you with beautiful, clear images for many years.

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How to Compose Portrait Photographs for Best Results

Composing the right frame when it comes to portraits may sound like an easy task, but when you take into consideration that you’ll need to have the focus on the right spot, the light hitting from the right angle and keeping in mind the things you can and can’t crop from the photo, while maintaining the fibonacci golden ratio or rule of thirds, you’ll realize it is far from easy. After you get enough practice, you won’t even notice all of the things you’re considering at the same time. But, until then, don’t forget to include all of these aspects when practising portrait photography.

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6 Tips to Avoid Laziness in Your Photography

Once the first flushes of our photographic journey have worn off, a certain laziness can creep in. This can manifest itself in a slight arrogance that we know all we need to know or that we have the required skill to achieve the look that we desire in our shots. Sometimes it can even be a case of photographers’ block, an effect that paralyses our ability to see and shoot good images. Today we are going to look at some ways to shake off laziness and inject some new energy into your photos.

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5 DSLR Camera Features All New Photographers Will Want to Master

The incredible assortment of buttons on your camera can be intimidating. We’re not talking about just pro level DSLRs, either; even entry level cameras really pack it in when it comes to button array. It can be overwhelming, especially for those just getting started in photography. How do you know, of all the features available on your camera, which ones you should learn first? While some might suggest it’s worth the effort to learn everything your camera is capable of, the more measured approach is to master the essentials first then move on to other features. The importance of being comfortable with your camera cannot be understated; mastering the following DSLR features will help you take control of your camera and, by extension, your creativity.

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30 Amazing Photography Links to Tutorials, Special Features and Great Photography

With another very exciting week passing us by in the world of photography, Toad Hollow Photography has been actively searching all corners of the internet for links to the best tutorials, special features and great photography to share here in this list with everyone. This weeks list is composed of wonderful images and articles, all created by some of the finest talent working in the field today. We truly hope you enjoy visiting these sites as much as the Toad did himself in bringing this list to you.

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Sometimes the shot is not what you were really after …

Leaving Crater Lake by bill wagner on Light Stalking

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Hi I have just joine this forum, I am looking at some great images, how do I access the critique posts left for the maker? Please

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Hello

I have just joined this forum, I am from Melbourne Australia, a keen a meteor photographer with Canon hear and lightroom and ps6. Need honest critiques on my shots. Look forward to learning a lot and meeting new friends. I am english, been in Australia 17 years I have always had a passion for photography. […]

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The Feet

_DSC9447-Edit.JPG by The Falx on Light Stalking 5.6 1/160

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Flower Girl

Hi there, I am not a photographer by trade but I’m a writer, and generally do my own shots for magazine and newspaper articles as well as my blog, The Dirt Diaries. Flower portraits are my specialty, but I also love birds, landscapes and gardens (of course!) Cheers! Lynn

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Weekend Photography Challenge #223 Action

Sometimes when it is cold we have to stay active to stay warm and sometimes when we are warm, we have to stay active to be cool! Actions that keep us warm or cool.

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My name zul

hi there….my name is zul….from malaysia….im 19 years old….

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