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Micro Four Thirds System is Underappreciated

What the photography blogging sphere needs is another article about the micro four thirds system. Today’s camera collection momentum is firmly in Sony’s favor in regards to mirrorless cameras and as competitor Canon and Nikon’s, now previous, dominance. Mirrorless...

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Dog Photography Tips for Fast Action

I am constantly on the lookout for dog photography tips that make getting the shot easy when the animal is so active. Our dogs have ranged from energetic to chill. Obviously the ones that sit still are a breeze to photograph. Heck, even sitting them in a studio...

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Street Photography Ideas for Mirrorless Shooters

One of the great joys of shooting with mirrorless cameras is street photography. The nature of a mirrorless camera will allow you to photograph scenes that would otherwise be intrusive with a DSLR. My street photography ideas typically revolve around my enjoyment of...

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Mirrorless vs DSLR Camera: 6 Basic Differences to Consider

I’ve decided that I’m going to add my flotsam to the mirrorless vs dslr camera web sewage debate. As you already know my bias is as apparent as this website’s domain name. I gave up the Canon DSLR camera line for the Panasonic Lumix micro four third system and have...

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What Camera to Buy in 7 Helpful Questions

One of the most common questions I hear these days is what camera to buy. Back in the day people would buy a Polaroid or point and shoot camera for taking photos of the family, vacation memories and the like. Some would get interested in photography and buy a big boy...

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Is a 50mm Camera Lens Overrated?

Behold, another blog post on the 50mm camera lens. Read any photography blog and somewhere in the archives you will find a post glorifying the 50mm prime lens. In fact, I was brainwashed in getting one as the replacement for my kit glass. Every website that...

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