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Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Mobile Mondays: Must-have iPhone photography apps for iOS 15
Does Nikon’s 85mm lens for Z mount hold a light to its F mount predecessor?
A simple, quick off-camera light solution when you’re on-the-go
Speed up your workflow with AI photo culling by AfterShoot
Going behind the curtain of the iPhone Photography Awards
Look out, Fuji and Olympus: The Nikon retro mirrorless Z fc camera
Which Nikon lens should you buy?
Five incredibly useful photography gadgets
Should you REALLY use a Variable Neutral Density filter?
Charge your batteries before every photo session
Powerful and versatile light: The Genaray 34″ Spectro LED Baton Light
Five steps to get out of Auto mode

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Which Nikon lens should you buy?

There is an inherent trade-off in having any lens designed for full-frame size sensor cameras: It is much longer and has much more length than it does effective diameter. At the same time, lenses designed for cropped sensors are shorter,

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Five incredibly useful photography gadgets

As photographers, we often find ourselves faced with endless choices of gadgets and gizmos that could aid in our artwork. Today I want to share a few items that you could find useful in your camera bag, closet or drawer.

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Charge your batteries before every photo session

Please charge your batteries before every photo session. That is my public service announcement for you. I share this sentiment because someone I was helping out made the mistake of not charging a battery recently. At least twice a week

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Five steps to get out of Auto mode

When just starting out in photography the typical person will begin their journey with the camera set to Auto. Using this mode tells the camera to choose the ISO, shutter speed, aperture, flash and focus. To be honest, the Auto

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Four ways to photograph white backgrounds

Sometimes the simplest things can produce the most results. Sometimes the least expensive things can open up more doors than you ever thought was possible. Sometimes photography feels like magic. White backgrounds are such things. Below, I will be sharing

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nikon-lenses

Which Nikon lens should you buy?

There is an inherent trade-off in having any lens designed for full-frame size sensor cameras: It is much longer and has much more length than it does effective diameter. At the same time, lenses designed for cropped sensors are shorter,

Read More
gadget

Five incredibly useful photography gadgets

As photographers, we often find ourselves faced with endless choices of gadgets and gizmos that could aid in our artwork. Today I want to share a few items that you could find useful in your camera bag, closet or drawer.

Read More
batteries

Charge your batteries before every photo session

Please charge your batteries before every photo session. That is my public service announcement for you. I share this sentiment because someone I was helping out made the mistake of not charging a battery recently. At least twice a week

Read More
auto

Five steps to get out of Auto mode

When just starting out in photography the typical person will begin their journey with the camera set to Auto. Using this mode tells the camera to choose the ISO, shutter speed, aperture, flash and focus. To be honest, the Auto

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white backgrounds

Four ways to photograph white backgrounds

Sometimes the simplest things can produce the most results. Sometimes the least expensive things can open up more doors than you ever thought was possible. Sometimes photography feels like magic. White backgrounds are such things. Below, I will be sharing

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The perfect light for photography finally determined

This just in. We have finally, after hundreds of years making photographs, discovered the perfect light. That’s right, folks. The absolutely best time to photograph anywhere on Earth has been discovered. Grab your cameras, grab a lens. Which lens? It doesn’t matter because the

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I put Adobe’s Super Resolution to the test

I put Adobe’s Super Resolution feature through a pretty good, non-scientific test. In fact, I compared it to what I believe is currently the best enlarging software for photographs, Topaz Gigapixel Ai. In the video below you will see me

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