Nikon D5600 review

Is the Nikon D5600 worth the upgrade based on the addition of Snapbridge, or should you choose one of the company’s other offerings? Find out in our Nikon D5600 review.

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How much photo storage do you really need?

From the cloud to innovative new external hard drives, there are plenty of photo storage options for photographers to choose from. But how much space do you really need for your archive? We run the numbers and show you how to tell…

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Panasonic FZ2000 review

Panasonic has beefed up its flagship bridge cameras with a range of professional video features and a beast of a lens. Is the Panasonic FZ2000 the best camera for everyday photography? We put it to the test.

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25 portrait photography tips for stunning pictures of people

Tweet Portrait photography is something every photographer does, even if your real passion is landscapes. Ever photographed your children around the Christmas tree? Your family at a relative’s wedding? Guess what: you’re a portrait photographer. We often take our people pictures for granted, but there are several portrait photography tips and tricks that the pros use to take stunning portraits day in, day out, that you can easily adopt and give your own images instant impact. Here are 25 of the best… Portrait photography tips: 01 Put your subjects at ease The best way to get a relaxed, natural expression...

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What are white balance settings in photography?

What are white balance settings? Every digital camera has what is called a white balance system that aims to adjust the colours to produce accurate whites according to the light conditions in which you are photographing. Basically, your white balance system is trying to ensure that your images look how they did when you saw them.

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Fuji GFX vs other digital medium format cameras: how do they compare?

Tweet If you ask anyone to list the biggest surprises of 2016, somewhere in between Donald Trump’s victory and Brexit will sit Fuji’s new GFX system. Well, any photographer’s list, that is! It was a surprise to many people in the industry when Fujifilm introduced its new mirrorless medium format system at the biannual Photokina trade show. In the age of ‘affordable’ full-frame, a 35mm sensor seemed the logical next step, much like Sony did a few years prior with its A7 series. But Fujifilm skipped over full-frame entirely… and we can kind of see why. Canon, Nikon, Sony...

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How to get shallow depth-of-field effects with any camera

Many people think you can only achieve shallow depth-of-field effects with full-frame cameras and fast lenses. While these, of course, help, the truth is you can make images with shallow depth of field whether your camera is a smartphone or a compact. And you can even do it without resorting to Photoshop trickery!

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Adobe stops selling Creative Suite

Up until the beginning of this year, customers could still purchase CS6 from Adobe’s website. However, as of 9 January this year Adobe has updated its CS6 landing page and no longer offers the standalone package.

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9 pro tips that work in any genre of photography

There are some rules, methods and ways of working that stand out because they can help you improve your images whether you like to shoot landscapes, portraits or even macro photography. Put these nine photography tips to use and you’ll start seeing instant benefits in your images.

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Fuji X-T20 sample photos

Below is a short galler of Fuji X-T20 sample photos from our early tests. We’re still shooting with the camera and will update this gallery as we take more sample images from the new Fuji camera.

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Leica M10 sample photos

The Leica M10 was announced today, and we were fortunate enough to have some time with the new Leica camera before it was announced to take some sample photos and test some of its many interesting features.

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