Best Budget Laptop for Photoshop If you’re in a hurry, and want to quickly know which is the best budget laptop for Photoshop, then it is the ASUS ZenBook 13. This article covers everything you need to know when looking … Read More
There’s a lot of competition in the market for the best action camera for under 100, from many generic brands. If you are looking for a branded low price action camera, like a GoPro, you will have to pay quite a bit more than $100, but fortunately there are plenty of other excellent options within this price range, if you are willing to do a little research.
This article boils down the key things you should look for in an action camera, and include full action camera reviews.
It can be challenging to find the best drones for under 200 dollars, what with so many new drone models offered by small companies. Many of the more budget drones and quadcopters have poor image quality and are very difficult to fly.
Through extensive research and hands on testing, in this article I will cover full reviews for the best drones under $200, including the best beginner drones under $200, and some recommendations to upgrade to significantly better models, if you have a little more money to spend.
Whether you are looking for the best lens for Canon 6D or the best lens for Canon 6D Mark II, then you have come to the right place. This article covers reviews of all the main lenses for your 6D, from the best wide angle lenses, to the best telephoto zoom lenses, via the best portrait and all around lenses.
If you’re looking for the best lens for night photography, then you’ve come to the right place!
In this article, I will cover the most important things you should look for when trying to select the best lens for night sky photography, and include examples of the best Canon lens for astrophotography, and the best Nikon and Sony lenses too.
You may have tried to take macro pictures with your kit lens and have got passable results, but for truly spectacular macro photos, you need a dedicated macro lens.
This article will cover the best Canon macro lens, along with a brief look at Canon extension tubes and macro lens converters, to see how they compare to dedicated close up lenses for Canon.
Take a look at the full reviews for the best macro lens for Canon.
Most photographers choose a 50mm prime lens as their first lens following the kit lens that came with their camera. But there is another option in the form of the Canon 40mm prime. This has a slightly wider focal length and a narrower aperture at f/2.8, and is a similar price to the 50mm 1.8 lens.
So, why would you choose a Canon 40mm? Read on for the full reviews of the Canon 40mm vs 50mm, including Canon 40mm lens sample images.
This article compares the Canon 50mm 1.8 vs 1.4 lens, so you can see the main differences and similarities.
On the surface, it might seem like there is very little difference apart from in price, but actually there can be a large difference in real world use, which you can see from the 50mm 1.8 sample images and 50mm 1.4 sample images in this article.
Adobe Lightroom is a powerful piece of photo organizing and editing software, with many different ways to perform most basic actions. This can make it difficult to know how to delete photos from Lightroom in the easiest way.
Read more to learn how to easily select and delete batches of multiple photos.
I’ve found that photographers tend to fall into one of two camps when it comes to processing: either they believe photos should be a documentary record of the scene that was in front of you, with minimal processing allowed, or … Read More
How often do you look at your own images at 100%? Probably a lot, right? But how often do you look at anyone else’s images at 100%? Unless you’re trying to learn some specific technique, I guess almost never. So … Read More
Tl;dr No There’s a common misconception in photography that you see repeated across photography sites and forums: that the camera you are using makes a difference to the photos you produce. Sure, for certain kinds of photography, like sports, your … Read More
I’ve seen a number of people ask is it ok that ‘you can’t trust any images anymore’ due to the presence of digital manipulation? We all know that plenty of manipulation went on in the darkroom days, but is what … Read More
Why do technically poor photos become successful? We’ve all seen it – photos that don’t get anywhere near the technical highs, yet people like them, share them, comment on them. Why? You’ve paid attention to techniques, you’ve watched all the … Read More
In the early days of my photographic adventures, my enjoyment of photography would waver. Usually, I would have a great day taking photos, trying new angles, testing new ways of seeing the same scene. Then I would get home, upload … Read More
For about four years from 2013 – 2017, I spent most of my time travelling across Europe and Asia with my wife, sometimes staying in one place for a time, sometimes moving every few days, taking photos as we went. … Read More