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We’re Looking for a Specialized Writer. Want to Join Team Phoblographer?


By Chris Gampat on Jul 31, 2020 06:00 pm
Our audience has always been of one camp or another: some know us for gear, but there was a time when gear barely had an impact on traffic and art flourished. Our mission has always been to bridge the gap. During COVID 19, we've been experimenting with different kinds of photographer features and interviews, we believe we've got a better idea on what you folks like now! So the Phoblographer is looking to return to its artistic routes and to work on original pieces featuring photographers, photographic artists, and photo editors from all across the board. Our ideal candidate will be internationally based, but we're open to the right applicants based here in the US. If you're interested, please inquire below.

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These Softbox Tips Will Take Your Photography Lighting To The Next Level


By Pauleth Ip on Jul 31, 2020 12:00 pm
Softboxes are one of the most popular light modifiers used by photographers. They are also very versatile and can be found in a variety of different form factors and sizes. A softbox gives you a great deal of control over your lighting regardless if you're photographing in a studio or outdoors. Since our previous infographic on how to use a softbox for portrait photography proofed to be quite popular, we're bringing you more softbox tips today.

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Is Your Camera Overheating? Chill Out! Try Some of These!


By Chris Gampat on Jul 31, 2020 06:00 am
It's a fairly common problem with all sorts of cameras. You're out shooting, and you suddenly feel the camera get pretty hot. We've had it happen with a lot of different ones that we test, and we always try different approaches. Some of these are tried and true for years now. While you can't overcome all overheating issues with your camera, there are totally some that you can. So we've rounded up a list of things that every photographer should try. The next time your camera really starts heating up on you, give one of these a shot.

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Great for a Sony a7 Series Camera: Samyang 45mm f1.8 Review


By Chris Gampat on Jul 31, 2020 12:00 am
Contrast--that's one of the things that I think of when we talk about Samyang lenses. The Samyang 45mm f1.8 is no exception here. For a super affordable price point, you're getting a character in a lens. It doesn't have some of the features that licensed companies have, but with the addition of the Samyang Lens Dock, you can make your own additions and adjustments. If you're a hobbyist, you're going to love this lens. Most of those folks care just about image quality, bokeh, and having a fast aperture. In fact, this is the closest thing to an alternative nifty 50 on Sony. If you're a person that wants something in between a 35mm and 50mm field of view, the Samyang 45mm f1.8 could be exactly what you're looking for. 

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