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Get in the Game: Winning Youth Sports Shots

This guide from Damian Strohmeyer will help you improve your sports photography, and give you an inside look at where he positions himself when shooting baseball and softball.

Make the Transition to Black and White Digital Photography

When it comes to photography, color is king. Our social media feeds and the glossy magazines we flick through are saturated in color. Yet, there will always be something special about black and white photographs.

Choosing Lenses for Eclipse Photography

Choosing a lens to photograph the upcoming total solar eclipse in August takes a lot more consideration than the camera body to be used because the camera is simply a light-tight box that records the image produced by the lens.

An Introduction to Dual Pixel Autofocus (DPAF)

The benefits of DPAF for shooters of all experience levels are vast and diverse. This article will explain the capabilities of DPAF, as well as outline several real-world examples of just how groundbreaking this new technology can be for your photographic projects.

Choosing a Camera for Eclipse Photography

This article explores features you should consider in choosing the camera you’ll be using to capture, what will be for most, a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Free Firmware for Select Canon Video and Cinema Cameras

Free Firmware Announcement for Select Canon Cinema EOS, Professional Video and Multi-Purpose cameras: EOS C700, EOS C100 Mark II, EOS C100 DAF, EOS C100, XC10, XC15, ME20F-SH, and ME200S-SH

Why You Should Put Down the Phone and Pick Up a DSLR

If you want photos that are as clear as your memories, you need to put the phone down for a little while. The right DSLR can have all the convenience of a smartphone with the image clarity of a professional camera...and today there are many high-quality, easy-to-use options to choose from.

A Beginner's Guide to Wildlife Photography

After years of snapping cute cat photos, you are ready to take your animal photography skills to the next level. Wildlife photography is a challenging but rewarding hobby — all you need is time, patience, and a DSLR camera. With a few tips, you'll soon be taking spectacular photographs — whether you're capturing camels in the Sahara or squirrels frolicking on your sundeck.

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