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It’s a new year, and that means updating your copyright information! For photographers, this oftentimes means making updates in more than one place, like your Camera, post-processing software (such as Adobe Lightroom), and possibly your website. On Your Camera All camera models will be a little different, but they should each have a place to enter your […]

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Panasonic GH4, Olympus 75mm f/1.8 lens, f/11, 1/400s, ISO 400.

I’m just a kid, but I’ve learned one thing that reduces my stress and gives me peace of mind every time. It’s simply that I need to do what I know I need to do. With the year wrapping up, here are three things I’m doing that are giving me more peace and lower blood […]

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Despite all the problems in the world, photography had a pretty darn good 2008. While my data is merely empirical, it seems that interest in photography is on the rise. How many people do you know who do NOT own a camera? I can’t think of a single person.

We get hundreds of questions a week and the response on the forums is amazing. We’ve given thousands of dollars worth of prizes in our contests. Our advertisers have had great success, and we know first hand that we’ve helped lots of photographers improve their imaging.

On the industry front – New hardware and software gadgets were produced and sold at a record pace, despite a terrible U.S. economy

On the hardware side, most of the new cameras are simply amazing. There are some high points and low points to be sure, but the overall quality of the cameras being sold today far exceeds anything I could have dreamed of even 10 years ago

Canon’s ground-breaking 5D MK II, the Nikon D700 and the Panasonic LX3 were just three cameras that have us smiling. The ridiculously-expensive D3X was a let down. Continue reading