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Lens choice is incredibly important, some would argue even more important than a camera body. A lens can enable a photographer to get close images of a faraway subject, or shoot in extremely dark locations. A good lens can be the difference in getting the shot and missing it completely. There are many factors to […]

Autofocus is just one of those things; super important but really boring to talk about. Nothing screams amateur like an out of focus picture. We rarely think about autofocus until we miss the shot. If you understand your AF settings before you shoot, you will get a much better percentage of keepers 🙂 There are […]

JPGs are a smaller file size, meaning they read and write to memory cards faster and take up less space. They are the most common file type for images and every image program can read them. You can adjust your JPG settings (before you take the picture) to make them have higher or lower contrast, […]

Memory cards play a HUGE roll in photography. You HAVE to have them! The question is, do you value them? Do you know why you should value them? Let me show you why a memory card is so important and why you shouldn’t skimp when buying them. The first and usually the biggest and most […]

The great debate. Nikon vs. Canon. I attempt to tackle this topic as clearly as possible. I even went over to Lynchburg Photoworks to see if Rob could help me answer the question.Short answer. There is not a huge difference in image quality. It doesn’t matter, just get Nikon or Canon and that’s it 🙂Long […]

I remember when I got my first camera I was so excited because it had TEN megapixels. I (like many others) was under the impression that more megapixels meant a better image. While that CAN be the case, it really just depends on what you are using the image for.Most of the time, less megapixels […]

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