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We suggest you begin by getting our free ebook with 153 practical tips that helps you master 25 different photography techniques.

Nikon D7100/D7200 Review

This was my first DSLR camera. Even though it wasn’t a cheap, priced just above $1.000, I preferred a camera that I wouldn’t feel lacked essential features as I explored which way my photography journey would take me. Other photographers that I met started out with very cheap cameras but soon felt they needed to upgrade to a more advanced DSLR. After two or three cameras they ended at the top of the enthusiast range, where you find the D7100/D7200. You might as well begin with a camera that you are satisfied with for at least the first three years.

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Photography Guide to Mastering Exposure, Aperture, ISO and Shutter Speed

New Guide to Aperture, ISO and Shutter Speed

Do you fully understand Aperture, ISO and Shutter Speed? Or do you need a brush up? Take a look at this new Photography Guide to Aperture, ISO & Shutter Speed I have created. I got some great feedback on it already.

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How to Build Keyword Hierarchies in Lightroom?

Download 70 free Lightroom Presets + a free e-book with 25 Techniques All Photographers Should Master Adding keywords to your photos in Lightroom is probably not the most fun part of your photo editing workflow. I guess you would rather spend time on your creative process with making your photos come … Read more

How To Get Started With Long Exposure Photography

Long exposure photography is becoming increasingly popular in photography. The most important element is patience. You carefully have to set up the tripod, compose carefully to get any distracting elements out of the way. When you press the shutter button, you have to wait…for 30 seconds, …or 1 minutes, ….or 2 minutes, ……or even 5 minutes. If the exposure is not exactly right, you have to try once more. However, even though it can be time-consuming it is also very rewarding.

With the right frame of mind, you wind down, get a break and de-stress doing this kind of photography. And when done right you get images that ooze of calmness and serenity. Photos that nudges you into a moment of mindfulness every single time you look at them.

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