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  • Save 50% On The New Version Of PortraitPro And Then Get An Extra 10% Off!
    The latest version of PortraitPro is now available with a special launch price and a bonus 10% off! Plus, those who upgrade can opt to receive a free software gift for a limited time*.
  • Beyond Manual Mode Teaches You What You Don’t Know
    If you're just getting started in photography, then Beyond Manual Mode is going to help you out a lot. It's one of the courses included in the 5 Day Deal. As it implies, it's very much for beginners. You'll explore various aspects of photography, including the lesser discussed options. Photographers will learn about light, color, theory, […]
    Chris Gampat
  • Benro Announces New Rhino Tripod Kits As Well As The Benro Snoppa VMate Gimbal Camera
    Benro has introduced a new tiny gimbal camera along with a new range of tripods available in kits with all new VX ball heads.
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Smartphone Introduced With Pro-Grade Triple Camera At Mid-Range Price
    The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is a smartphone Samsung says fans have been asking for with flagship features for under £600 (unless you need 5G then it's a little bit more expensive).
  • Good Crop Bad Crop – How to Crop Portraits
    The post Good Crop Bad Crop – How to Crop Portraits appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Gina Milicia. “Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.”  Pablo Picasso When it comes to knowing what is right for me, there are a few things I know for sure: First, garlic and ice cream are never meant to be mixed tog […]
    Gina Milicia
  • Sony vs Sigma Comparison: Battle of the 85mm F1.4 Lenses
    The Sigma 85mm f1.4 DG DN Art competes directly with Sony's well-received 85mm f1.4 G Master. Both lenses share an identical focal length and maximum constant aperture. There are other similarities, too: both feature an 11-bladed circular aperture, weather sealing, a customizable focus hold button, a de-clickable aperture ring, and a dedicated focus mod […]
    Pauleth Ip
  • Lensball Review
    We've been playing around with a crystal sphere known as a Lensball to find out just how good they are for creative photography.
  • Flickr Has Been Home to Promiscuous and Pornographic Photos (NSFW)
    "Always thought that was more of a 500px thing," says Phoblographer's Reviews Editor Paul Ip in our staff Facebook chat. The rest of the staff agreed and never knew about the porn community on Flickr. To Mr. Ip's point, 500px was always known for its affinity for nudes that Russian photographers produce. But most people probably aren […]
    Chris Gampat
  • Top 6 Best Tokina Lenses Reviewed 2020
    Here, we round up the top 6 best Tokina lenses reviewed on ePHOTOzine, from wide-angle zoom, to bright prime lens. Find out how these lenses perform.
  • Travel Photography: How to Keep the Dignity of Your Subjects
    As exciting as travel photography is, there’s a way to approach and protect the dignity of your subjects. I’ve been exploring the world for the better part of four years. Being able to combine photography and travel is a dream come true for me; discovering new lands, cultures, and experiences is fantastic. But as I
    Dan Ginn