More Outdoor Camera & Accessory Reviews
Stay in focus with our digital photography equipment reviews. You'll discover a wide range of information on nature photography in these informative articles.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Next-Gen Photo Printers
Despite the proliferation of photo-sharing sites online, the print remains the ultimate expression of a photograph. New printer technology and models will have your prints looking better than ever. Printing is about sharing. Prints are tacked to the wall for all to see or given outright for others to treasure. Making prints at home heightens the pleasure of sharing your images with others.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
In Focus: December 2009
Editors' Picks If you’re a fan of Lensbaby’s special-effects lenses, the Lensbaby Optic Kit gives you three more creative ways of expanding your photography. The kit consists of three optics: Plastic, Pinhole/Zone plate and Single Glass.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Gadget Bag: iPhone Apps
Instead of always hauling the Big Boy D-SLR, get creative with the iPhone’s built-in camera and these apps. Low cost and often free, they let you break away from the constraints of your “serious” photography and stay fresh. We’ve largely ignored camera phones in OP because they just haven’t been part of the nature photographer’s main photo-shooting toolkit.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
In Focus: November 2009 Make sure the rich colors and sharp details you capture outside look as striking in the final print using the Epson Stylus Pro 3880.
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Gadget Bag: Organizing Your Images
Digital cameras make it possible to shoot a vast number of photos quickly. To keep those pictures organized, you need software that’s up to the task. So much has been written about digital workflow for photographers that it sounds like something that would be nice to have. The truth is, you already do—all of us already do.
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
In Focus: October 2009 Nikon has upgraded its popular AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm ƒ/2.8G ED VR II lens with several features designed to boost image quality.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Gadget Bag: Photo Backpacks
When you want to take more than just a body and lens into the field, a backpack gives you the capacity and the comfortable means to carry everything This time of year, just about every outdoor photographer is enjoying the late-summer weather and some quality time with nature and a camera.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
In Focus: September 2009 Get to your photo gear quickly using the Tamrac Aero Speed Pack, which features a convenient side-door entry for grabbing your camera when wearing the bag over your shoulder.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Filters For B&W Photography
On-camera filters still give you the best results when shooting black-and-white Every photographer who shoots black-and-white (digital or film) should own at least six filters for their SLR.
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
In Focus: August 2009 Head out on your next photo journey with one of Sony’s smaller and lighter Alpha D-SLRs. The A230, A330 and A380 are more compact versions of their respective A200, A300 and A350 predecessors.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Hard (Drive) Decisions
In the era of high-megapixel cameras, storing your large image files requires the use of a separate hard drive You can set your watch by it—well, your calendar, anyway. Within 30 days of buying a new 12-megapixel camera, photographers everywhere are smacking themselves on the side of the head and asking, “Where am I going to keep all of these large image files?” Having a large number of large files is a good problem to have.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Gadget Bag: In A Flash!
Electronic flash units will add dimension to your photos Strobe. EFU. Speedlite. Speedlight. Flash. No matter what you call it, a portable electronic flash unit is one of the most important accessories any photographer can own. But many who mainly shoot outdoors overlook the possibilities. Flash photography is by no means restricted to inside!
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
In Focus: June 2009 For nature photographers, there’s a lot to like about the Nikon D5000, including high-definition video capability and a 2.7-inch swing-out Live View LCD that can be tilted for framing low- and high-angle shots. The 12.3-megapixel camera uses the same sensor and 11-point autofocus system as the more advanced D90.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Gadget Bag: Keeping Track
Use the right software to get a handle on your ever-growing image library For nature photographers, once we come back home with cards full of inspiring images, it can be quite a challenge to get all of those images sorted out and organized. Big memory cards have made it easy to shoot digital images by the hundreds, and keeping track of so many files requires some help.
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