The Ultimate Wildlife Lens For Under $3000
May28

The Ultimate Wildlife Lens For Under $3000

Make no mistake about it. Wildlife photography is a gear heavy endeavor. You have to be not only at the top of your game as a photographer, but also carry top quality equipment to make your efforts worth the while. You need a good quality DSLR capable of shooting in low light, and if possible something that is ISO invariant. You need a tripod, or a monopod or at least a bean bag that will give you extra support to stabilize your...

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Battle of the primes. The 50mm vs. 35mm
May20

Battle of the primes. The 50mm vs. 35mm

If there were ever a prime lens that I admired the most, it would have to be the 50mm. I love the 50mm for its simplicity, everlasting charm and of course the wonderful images that it promises, every time I pick up my camera and press the shutter release. The same can be said of the 35mm too, albeit at a slightly wider angle of view. Focal length is the first and obvious difference between these two lenses. I wanted this article to be...

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Mirrorless vs. DSLRs, what you need to know
May20

Mirrorless vs. DSLRs, what you need to know

If you are undecided between whether to buy a DSLR or a Mirrorless, then you are really not alone. The digital camera segment has seen a lot of changes in the last few years and much of it can be attributed to the mirrorless phenomenon. This article isn’t just a Mirrorless vs. DSLR debate. It is more of a buying guide for you. The digital SLR is the undisputed king of the full-frame 35mm format camera segment, or so it was till...

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