Month: September 2017

Best Monitor for Photography

One of the most frequently asked questions from our readers and friends is related to picking a good monitor for photography needs. It seems like the market is over-saturated with all kinds of choices, whether you visit a local store or browse through an online catalog. There are so many monitors for different budgets, and some models might leave you wondering why they are so expensive compared to others. Since there is no simple answer to this question, I decided to write a detailed article with my personal recommendations.

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Manual Settings for Beginner Photographers

Recently an intern joined me and drove me up the wall with questions about manual settings for photogra​​phy. Questions like ​”What zoom range should I adjust my lens to shoot a portrait and a group photo. Isn’t shutter speed useless?​” drove me absolutely nuts!​ Before I shunned him away, I realized that there are no […]

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Pigs are amenable to many different styles of farming. Intensive commercial units, commercial free range enterprises, extensive farming – being allowed to wander around a village, town or city, or tethered in a simple shelter or kept in a pen outside the owners house.


The Ultimate Guide to Crop Factor

In the photography world, whether you just became a part of it or you have been shooting for a while, the term crop factor is something that comes up very often. Since there are so many cameras and camera systems available now, this term is very popular in product specifications, marketing materials, articles, books, and […]

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