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Beyond Visible Light: Color Infrared Photography
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How To Plan A Milky Way Photo Shoot
Tips for choosing locations, timing and creative approaches to photographing the Milky Way above the landscape for incredible nighttime photos.
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Lenses For Wildlife Photography
When it comes to selecting lenses for wildlife photography, the first thing most photographers look for is focal length—a long lens that can reach out and cover great distances, bringing animals in for close-ups—but other features are also incredibly useful.
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Shooting The Outdoors Doesn’t Have To Cost You A Fortune
Building a kit for nature photography can be very expensive, with the costs of high-end DSLRs, telephoto lenses, durable and weatherproof accessories all adding up. Don’t let this put you off though — there are ways to minimize the cost of expanding and upgrading your setup.
Forget New, Go ‘Like New’
Buying new may seem appealing, but it isn’t necessary. You can save massively by purchasing a second-hand camera in excellent condition, with hardly any signs of use.
There are several options for where to buy used gear. Peer-to-peer sales on auction sites and online classified marketplaces sometimes offer attractive prices, however the anonymity of these sites make them risky options that can lead to issues and further expenses down the road. In addition, there is also a possibility that items aren’t always as described.
Especially when it comes to buying high-value gear suited to landscape and wildlife photography, it makes sense to go through reputable dealers with reputable scores.
We Offer A Better Way To Buy, Sell And Trade
At mpb.com, we focus on helping photographers and filmmakers upgrade their equipment at true market value, making the process as quick and easy as possible for buyers and sellers.
We check, approve and photograph every item sold to us for resale, adding them to our vast online inventory with a detailed and honest condition rating and a six month warranty included for peace of mind. We provide next day delivery, so you can buy today and shoot tomorrow.
As the world’s best photo and video marketplace, we deal with a range of second-hand DSLR, telephoto and support equipment as well as accessories including filters, tripods and bags. Our condition ratings range from heavily used to like new, with all products in full working order and priced to reflect their cosmetic state.
Simple Selling, Easy Exchanges
Looking to trade in? Our five star rated service is simple — tell us what you’re looking to sell (and buy if you’re upgrading) by filling in the form on our site and we’ll provide you with an instant quote. If you’re happy to go ahead, we will organize and pay for fully insured collection of your equipment at your convenience, which could be as soon as the next day. Once we receive and check over your gear, you receive your money or upgrade within two working days. It really is that easy.
For more information, or to buy or sell today, visit mpb.com.