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Jason Row is a British born travel photographer now living in Ukraine. You can follow him on The Odessa Files. He also maintains a blog chronicling his exploits as an Expat in the former Soviet Union.

A Look at 500px for Showcasing your Images

A Look at 500px for Showcasing your Images

Most of us know and enjoy Flickr, it has been around for around 9 years now, a veritable lifetime in internet years. Whilst a massive and popular site, Flickr is perhaps not the best way these days to showcase your images. It is awash with snapshots of just about everything, from holiday snaps to unboxing […]

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Icebergs: Photographing the Ice Giants

Icebergs: Photographing the Ice Giants

Icebergs hold and intense fascination for many of us. These behemoths of the sea are both strikingly beautiful yet as the the Titanic disaster one hundred years ago shows us, they are also deadly. The iceberg that sank the Titanic originated on the west coast of Greenland, and it is along this coast that we […]

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How to Get Great Prints from your Digital Darkroom

How to Get Great Prints from your Digital Darkroom

One of the great joys of digital photography is the ability to quickly and simply produce large, stunning prints from the comfort of your own home, without the need for a darkroom and the associated chemistry. All to often though, some people become disillusioned with the quality of the prints. They may have color casts, […]

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A Brief History of Canon

A Brief History of Canon

In a recent article we took a look at the history of Nikon cameras, from their early beginnings to the international brand it is today. Perhaps, Nikon’s biggest rival in recent decades has been Canon, and in many respects the story of Canon is very similar to Nikon’s. As with Nikon, Canon was formed as […]

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Do You Follow These Best Practices When Buying a Secondhand Camera?

Do You Follow These Best Practices When Buying a Secondhand Camera?

Whilst the price of digital cameras has fallen dramatically over the last ten years, in the current economic climate, even some base models may be out of financial range fro some people. The good news is that the relentless march of technological improvements that the manufacturers are bringing to us, is creating a large, diverse […]

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A Brief History of Nikon

A Brief History of Nikon

Today, we are spoilt for choice – there are an incredible number cameras for us to choose from. What has remained fairly constant however is the manufacturers of those cameras. Although there are a few newer players, mainly from the consumer electronics  industry, there is still a hard core of the well known tr1aditional camera […]

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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Alter Perspective in Your Photographs

Photoshop Tutorial: How to Alter Perspective in Your Photographs

Perspective control lenses are as vital to the architectural photographer as their cameras, the ability to control converging verticals in this particular field of photography is a given. For most of us, however, a PC lens is way beyond what we can justify paying for a lens that may not see much action. There is […]

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How to Get Great Photo Effects With Camera Shutter Speed

How to Get Great Photo Effects With Camera Shutter Speed

Shutter speed is one of the three pillars of the exposure triangle along with aperture and ISO. It is also one of the fundamental ways that we can control the creative look of our images. It is a vital part of our photographic knowledge, understanding it is a prerequisite to become an accomplished photographer. How […]

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How to Recreate These 3 Popular Photographic Filters in Photoshop

‘The best laid plans of mice and men’ as the old adage goes – how many times have you set you camera up to take that spectacular scene in front of you only to realize it could look even better with a filter over your lens? You rummage around your camera bag only to remember […]

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How to Photograph Reflections for Awesome Results

How to Photograph Reflections for Awesome Results

They can be beautiful, surreal, abstract or a combination of all three, reflections are a powerful way convey emotion or provoke thought in your images. In this article we are going to take a look at how to use reflections in your compositions and indeed how to break compositional rules, using reflections. How to Find […]

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