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Panasonic S1 S1R Full Frame Camera Bodies

Panasonic’s First Full Frame Camera Bodies S1 & S1R Launched

Panasonic has just launched its first full frame camera bodies, S1 and the S1R. Starting at Rs 1.99 Lakhs ($2500) this is a beast of a camera. The S1 has a 24.2MP sensor while the S1R has a whopping 47.3MP monster.

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Image of a Full Moon shot using the Looney 11 rule of photography for setting the aperture value, ISO and shutter speed of the camera

What Is The Looney 11 Rule? How To Use It To Shoot The Moon

The Looney 11 rule really makes shooting the moon easy and straightforward. For a newbie photographer, this is an absolute godsend.

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How To Use Your Phone Or Tablet As An External Monitor | DIY

External monitors are really expensive for an average consumer. Here is a cheap and easy DIY trick which would turn your phone or a tablet into an external monitor in no time.

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How To Upload High Quality Photographs To Instagram | Optimizing Secrets

Instagram applies a blanket image compression algorithm to all images uploaded which may decrease the quality of your images. Follow this step by step guide to optimize your images the best for the highest quality.

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How To Shoot Tethered? | The Only Guide You Will Ever Need

Tethering your digital camera to your computer is easier than you think. All you need is a USB cable and a piece of software to get it rolling. The advantages of shooting tethered…

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How To Start With Stop Motion Photography Today

Stop motion photography is one of the most satisfying and creative endeavors a casual photographer can go through. Here is all you need to know to jump-start creating your animations right away.

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Night time photo of the Milky Way taken using the rule of 500

Rule Of 500 | Capture The Stars Without The T(r)ails

The rule of 500 is a quick, easy way to gauge the longest shutter speed a specific camera and lens can use to photograph stars without letting them streak. It is very easy indeed, all you…

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How To Be An Exposure Calculating Ninja Right Now

Understanding image exposure and the maths behind it is the bedrock of photography. Here is all you need to calculate the settings in your mind and never need a calculator ever again…

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How To Create A 3D Photo For Facebook

Facebook introduced its 3D photo sharing feature in October last year. Creating your own 3D photo is pretty simple and straightforward. First, log in to Facebook and search for “Facebook 360”.

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Product Photography | How To Get Professional Looking Images On A Budget

The product images you use online for your business defines how your customers think of you. Even with a small budget, you can create professional grade images in no time. Here is how to do it.

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"Shoot today, so you are prepared to capture tomorrow" -Anonymous

73 Of The Most Enlightening Photography Quotes To Help Spark Your Creative Ember

A little window into the minds of some of the best photographers of all time is absolutely priceless. Here are some the most powerful photography quotes to help charge up your creative spark.

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Double Exposure using just one app and 10 minutes before and after

How To Create A Double Exposure Image Using Just Your Phone

Double exposure images are really amazing. This is how you can create one, using just your phone and an app in under 10 minutes. Using Snapseed (the app) first

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