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Daily Archives: March 7, 2017

Hands On With the New Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 G2


If you’ve read any photography website or stopped into a store recently, you probably know that the creative options available to photographers are as numerous as ever. One aspect of photographic gear that has seen the most rapid expansion in quality options as of late, is lens selection. With brands ...

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What Lens Should I Buy? This Video Breaks Down All Your Options


YouTuber Chris Chris captured the above video showing what happens when your camera’s frame rate is perfectly synced to the rotation speed of a helicopter’s rotor: the blades are frozen at the same angles in each frame, making it look like the helicopter is magically floating around with frozen rotor ...

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Popular Photography is Dead After 80 Years as a Top Photo Magazine


Popular Photography, the largest circulated imaging magazine that launched its first issue in May 1937 in New York City, has ceased publication after being continuously in production for 80 years. The March/April 2017 issue will be the last in print. When print magazines close, their online counterparts often live on, ...

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