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7 Feature-Rich Cameras That You Won’t Believe Cost Less Than $1,000


By Brett Day on Feb 14, 2020 06:00 pm
We remember not too long ago when $1,000 would barely get your hands on a half-decent camera. Even when you did get one in your hands, they were stripped-down models that rarely had any cool features (the cool features were reserved for photographers with fat wallets). Fast forward to today, and for under a grand, you can get feature-rich cameras that give even the big boys a run for their money. After the break, we will take a quick look at seven feature-rich cameras that cost less than $1,000 each, and that really set the standard in terms of features for 'entry-level' cameras.

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CP+ Cancelled Due to Fears of Coronavirus, But There’s Still WPPI


By Chris Gampat on Feb 14, 2020 02:52 pm
Journalists, attendees and manufacturers won't be heading to Japan later this month due to fears of Coronavirus. The global epidemic is causing fears of travel and has slowed down economic growth a whole lot. Earlier this month, Mobile World Congress also was canceled due to fears of Coronavirus. And while CP+ is canceled, this may not be as gloomy as we think. WPPI 2020 still seems to be on even amid PDN shutting down. 

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Peter Mckinnon Wants to Teach You How to do Epic Product Photography


By Brett Day on Feb 14, 2020 12:00 pm
Product photography makes you channel your inner creative so that you can try to tell the story of a product in a single image, and while it might sound easy, product photography can be quite challenging. You need to take into account the setting, the lighting, and other elements that will make the image pop. If you have been trying to figure out ways to make your product photography images reach a new level, you should check out Peter McKinnon's latest video. We have it for you after the break.

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Photography Cheat Sheet: How to Shoot with a Circular Polarizer


By Joy Celine Asto on Feb 14, 2020 06:00 am
One of the best and effective ways to get better photos is using lens filters to help you get the right exposure, make the colors pop, or achieve certain special effects — all in-camera. As such, they help you save time on post-processing work. Polarizers, in particular, are especially useful for removing glare and reflections, making them firm favorites of landscape photographers who frequently shoot near bodies of water. They are also helpful when photographing metallic or reflective surfaces like cars. With today’s photography cheat sheet, you’ll learn the secrets of using a circular polarizer to either darken blue skies or reduce reflections.

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Why the Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN Art Doesn’t Have Stabilization


By Chris Gampat on Feb 14, 2020 12:00 am
Of course, Sony E and all L mount cameras have image stabilization on the sensor. But I can tell you from experience that I run into journalists and influencers who I swear inject coffee right into their veins. While talking with Sigma reps on a phone call, I wondered why the 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN Art didn't have image stabilization. It's an issue that's bound to come up and in some ways it's valid. Some folks are just really awful at holding steady. So we asked Sigma to give us an official response as to why it doesn't have image stabilization.

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