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  • Rick Berk

    Rick Berk has been working in photography for almost 20 years, having started by photographing pro sports. Rick is a published landscape photographer and portrait photographer as well as photo educator.

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  • Food Photography Tips

    Learn how to take photos that will make your mouth water. Professional Food Photographer Liza Gershman shares her tips on achieving a creative food photo, whether it's at home or at a restaurant and whichever social media site you plan to post it on.

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  • Are You Ready For Your Close-up?

    War photographer Robert Capa is famous for once saying, “If your photographs aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.” If you’re looking for a way to add intimacy and variety to how you look at the world and, by extension, your photographs, you could do a lot worse than to get closer to your subjects.

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  • Architectural Portraits

    What do Architectural Portraits mean to a photographer? This is not about photographing buildings but instead, making a conscious decision to incorporate the environment as an element in your photograph, while keeping your subject as the major component of your image.

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  • What's New: EOS-1D X Mark II Battery Pack

    New levels of shooting performance — speeds to 14 fps, with AI Servo AF — along with 360,000 pixel RGB metering, multiple on-board processors, and so on mean that the EOS-1D X Mark II needs an even more powerful battery than in previous generation EOS-1D cameras.  To meet these demands, the EOS-1D X Mark II is launched along with a higher-energy battery, the Canon LP-E19 battery pack.

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  • What's New: Full-time red AF point illumination

    The 61 selectable AF points appear with full-time, red illumination. No matter what the lighting condition — bright sunlight or total darkness — the AF points in the viewfinder of this camera are always illuminated.

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  • What's New: EOS-1D X Mark II and CFast Cards

    EOS-1D X Mark II is Canon’s first digital SLR to accept CFast type memory cards.  CFast cards offer even higher performance potential than traditional CF or SD memory cards, and we’ll discuss their benefits and general operation with the EOS-1D X Mark II in this article.

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  • What's New: AF at f/8 with EOS-1D X Mark II

    For the first time ever, a Canon EOS SLR camera can autofocus — with select combinations of an EF telephoto or zoom lens and Version III Canon EF tele extender — at effective f/8 maximum apertures.

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  • Travel Photography 101

    Travel photography can provide some of the most inspiring and intriguing imagery. Photographs trigger our memories, help us to illustrate a story, and show us a sense of place. When we travel, those memories can often seem richer, more vibrant, and more significant to us than when we are at home.

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  • Good Bye Auto Green Mode. Hello Amazing Pictures.

    While this topic of metering might cause a switch in your brain to automatically shut off while your feet start running you in the other direction, I'm telling you, understanding how your camera reads light and getting away from the fully-auto green mode will make a world of difference in the quality of your images. Stay with me. You'll be glad you did.

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