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06th December 2011

Nikon Coolpix Research - As Rugged As You Are

Nikon have launched the Nikon Coolpix AW100 as being a rival to other cameras inside the more and more well-known rugged and waterproof compact digital digital camera specialized niche for outdoor adventurers. It may be offered the AW prefix in its manneq...

28th June 2011

Pocket Size Camera Reviews - Finding the Features You Need

When it comes to consumer electronics, the pocket size camera industry is one that keeps growing. As you know, there are a lot of manufacturers, and the competition for market share is intense. The greater amount of competition is good news for you as a c...

14th June 2011

Changing Hands of Photography and Life Style

Good old days of photography is a bygone era when we, at best, had a very expensive SLR camera, a light meter and bunch of film rolls of varied sensitivity (100, 200, 400 ASA) for different light conditions. Now it is a digital world and various gadgets p...

02nd June 2011

Taking a look at the very best Nikon Digital Camera Packages

Even if you might be just pondering of acquiring yourself a decent digital camera, then a starter package has to be looked into. Not simply will you be getting the camera itself, but you may also be buying all of the other bits that you just will want at ...

01st June 2011

How a Zoom Lens on a Specialist Camera Operates

The lens style is extremely advanced and sophisticated. It's qualities are the most essential impact on the effect of an picture.Zoom collectionA lens is normally outlined in the subsequent way: zoom collection X minimum focal length. The minimum focal le...

20th April 2011

Panasonic Lumix DMC Digital Camera Photo Recovery Guide

The Lumix DMC-ZS7 picks up where last year's ZS3 left off, with a few additional features - you get manual and semi-manual shooting, you get an inbuilt GPS receiver. With the package rounded out with competent HD video recording, a good wide-angle lens, a...

18th April 2011

Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZR3 Review

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZR3 is usually a straightforward, mid-range level-and-shoot electronic photographic camera with a retail cost tag of $279.95. It packs a 14-megapixel image sensor alongside an 8x optical zoom wide angle lens, and HD online video re...

09th March 2011

Basic photography

Anyone could be a wedding photographer today. Portrait digital photography has provided the way in which into taking pictures a lot not quite so hard via reliable approaches. Film can get exposed and is usually downright pricey to pay for and build up whi...

10th January 2011

G12 Canon - You Will Love It

Hello there people, allow me to introduce myself, Iím Danson. In this post I would like to inform you my own review relating to this awesome S95 Canon. Lately, I just bought this camera and Iím truly happy about it. And so I want to share with you about t...

07th January 2011

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH20 14.1 MP Digital Camera with 8x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7-Inch L

This Stylish Compact Does It All from Wide-angle to Zooming The 28mm wide-angle lens* lets you easily capture large groups of people indoors or expansive architectural structures and scenes with dynamic width and rich perspective, even from short dist...

11th August 2010

Use of Lenses in Photography

It would be very ridiculous to discuss the usage of lenses in photography. After all, how will photography ever be possible if you do not have the right kind of lens fitted inside your digital camera? Their use is very important. From a different perspect...

29th May 2010

Tips to enhance architectural photography

Architectural photography can be interesting and creative. Architectural images should not just be graphic and aesthetic. They must also portray movement and dynamism. There are many ways and techniques to click interior and exterior home photography. ...

10th May 2010

Tips for Landscape and seascape photography

Landscape and seascape photography are great fun to explore. It keeps you fit, adventurous; it is quite relaxing as most of the time you are in the beautiful sight and also it is quite rewarding when you get the appreciation of your work. The wide ang...

22nd March 2010

Full Length Portraits

Not all portraits of people need to be head and shoulders or full face. Sometimes the only way of achieving a good portrait is to photograph a person full length, and to include some of their environment. When choosing a viewpoint for full-length portr...

18th March 2010

Shooting Buildings - General Composition

Buildings present the photographer with an inexhaustible supply of imagery. The most important part of photographing any building is the general composition. The weather can be perfect, the exposure correct and the time of day just right, but a badly-fram...

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