Digital Camera Reviews and Ratings De-Mystify the Choices

 
Shopping for a new digital camera can be quite frustrating with the hundreds of choices available. Digital camera reviews clarify this confusion by comparing camera features and options, then rating how each camera compares with similar models. An effective comparison of best digital cameras requires two things: 1) the camera's specs and features, and 2) performance ratings. Spec sheets and ratings are plentiful, but to efficiently compare digital cameras it's important to set some guidelines. Decide on how the camera will be used, the quality and size of final prints, and necessary features....
 

10 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Photographs from Infringement

 
While it would be nice to live in a house where you don't have to lock the door, it's not practical these days. Likewise, here are 10 things you can do to help safeguard your images from being stolen. #1 Use the copyright "notice" - the © with a date and name of the copyright owner whenever you publish your images. It may stop someone from copying an image, either because the person will be reminded that the image belongs to someone or because the notice impairs the image for the person's use....
 

Let Those Digital Photos Out! (You Don't Have To Print Them Yourself)

 
What have you done with the photos you've taken with your digital camera? Hands up if they are languishing on your hard drive waiting to be printed. If your hand is up you are not alone. Well I have my hand up too! But I've promised myself that two years worth of digital photography will see the light of day before Christmas. The problem is that we expect to do out own digital printing. Its supposed to be a feature. This "feature" puts many people off buying a digital camera in the first place....
 

7 Things You Must Do If You Want To Make That Perfect Camera Shot

 
Saturate yourself with your subject and the camera will all but take you by the hand. Margaret Bourke-WhiteThese tips should help you relive those moments back where you've said "if only I had a camera." Now you will have it captured on film. These tips should help you to be camera ready. 1. Get as close as you can to the subject or action Remember, if you're using a instant camera a lot of them have a minimum shooting distance. This is usually about two metres. If your closer than that, your shots will be out of focus....
 

A Guide to Underwater Cameras

 
There are two types of underwater camera systems: an ""amphibious"" camera, which is a self-contained waterproof system, and an SLR land camera with waterproof housing. Amphibious systems are small, compact, and easy to travel with, while SLRs offer more advanced features, such as auto-focus, advanced exposure control, and through-the-lens viewing. The ""amphibious"" cameras are probably best for those of you who want a simple, easy-to-use point-and-shoot camera. Amphibious systems usually have a built-in lens and they will take pictures on land as well as underwater....
 

Make More of Your Photos

 
We all want to make the most of our wedding photos and a new service from totalPIX makes it very easy with their beautifully bound photobooks. Like all the best ideas, the idea of a photobook is very simple. Until now if you wanted to compile your own wedding album you first needed to get your photos printed. Unless you have a very expensive photo-quality printer, this meant getting them printed professionally either online or at a local photography outlet. Then they had to be put in the album and any captions you wanted either hand written or printed out and then added to the pages....
 

Hyperfocal Focusing: What Is It And Why Should You Use It?

 
When should you use hyperfocal focusing? Well, sometimes when shooting a landscape, you want everything sharp from the front to the back of the scene. Setting a small aperture such as f/16, f/22 or even f/32 can help, but if you really want to maximize depth of field, hyperfocal focusing is the technique you need to use. To do this, you need a camera where you can switch to manual focusing and a lens inscribed with a depth of field scale (not all modern lenses have these markings, especially zoom lenses)....
 

How Can I Preserve My Lifetime of Memories in Photographs?

 
Like most folks you have probably have organized and sorted your photos atleast once. The problem is they never seem to stay organized no matter how hard you try, and even if they do they seem to lack that original impact that they had shortly after you took them or if they do, you never drag them out until sadly, someone passes on. Now you can not only organize them for good, but ensure they maintain that original sentiment felt when you first took them and are readably available for that sentimental journey at a moments notice....
 

8 Simple Tips for Taking Great Baby Photos

 
Taking pictures of your new baby is a great way to preserve life long memories. Baby pictures can also make great postcards, keepsakes, or baby shower gifts. Here are some simple tips to get great baby pictures: 1) Avoid bright light - Babies are especially sensitive to bright light including harsh sunlight and flash photography. If possible, try to take photos during the day when flash photography is not necessary. You can also use lamps to create lighting. 2) Take pictures from different distances - Try to take pictures from different distances....
 

Tips for Better Vacation Photos

 
Photos are a great way to share your travel experiences with family and friends. Here are a few suggestions to help you capture vacation memories you will treasure for years to come. PLAN AHEAD Make sure your digital camera is in good working order before you go, and keep it in a water - and shock-resistant case. Bring two sets of rechargeable batteries and don't forget the charger and relevant cords. Make sure your camera has enough memory. Packing an extra memory card is wise, as there is nothing worse than running out of room for pictures halfway down the Grand Canyon....
 

Optimize Your Photos for the Web

 
It doesn't matter if your emailing photos of your grandson or putting images of your latest product on your online store. Too many people don't consider optimizing their photos for the web. We've all been on too many web pages where it seemed that the photos would never load, and sometimes they didn't. So here are some steps to make sure that your photos show up on your site. 1. Always have a back up original format copy of your image. Never alter the original. Believe me you will regret it. 2....
 

Imperfect Photos And How You Can Fix Them

 
So your picture came out less then perfect. Blemishes or wrinkles, red eyes and wrong color balance - you can fix it all without having to learn or pay for Adobe Photoshop. Try these tools instead. FaceFilter Studio FaceFilter Studio's enhanced product features make digital photo repair simple and convenient for professionals and home users alike. Unwanted facial expressions, blemishes and wrinkles are things of the past. With FaceFilter Studio, problem photos become perfect photos in 4 simple steps....
 

Photo Equipment Lists

 
You arrive at your photo shoot excited about the images you are about to take - that is, until you realize that you have left an important piece of equipment at home. You now will have to improvise, spend extra money or time to replace the item, or go without it for the shot. Wedding/Portraits * Camera bodies * Camera batteries (charged), including backup * Camera plates * Lenses (wide, mid-range and telephoto) with lens shades * Filters (soft, star and other special effects; yellow, red for B&W film) * Film or CF cards * Flash * Flash batteries (charged), including backups and battery pack * Flash diffusers * Flash synch cord * Camera bracket * Tripod * Tripod head * Stool/ladder * Reflector/diffuser * Business cards * Tools (allen wrench, multi-function, blower, flashlight) * Lens cleaner/cloth * Props/blanket * Light meter * Camera and flash manuals * Fanny pack Studio Photography * Wedding/portrait equipment plus: * Backdrop * Backdrop stands * Reflector stand * Studio lights/cords * Soft boxes/diffusers * Electrical/duct tape Landscape/Macro/Wildlife * Camera bodies * Camera batteries (charged), including backup * Camera battery charger * Camera plates (L-bracket) * Bubble level * Lenses (wide, macro, mid-range and telephoto) with lens shades * Teleconverter * Extension tube * Filters (graduated ND, polarizer, color compensating) * Film or CF cards * Flash * Flash batteries (charged), including backups and battery pack * Flash battery charger * Flash diffusers * Flash synch cord * Tripod/monopod * Tripod heads (Gimbal, ballhead) * Reflector/diffuser * Tools (allen wrench, multi-function, blower) * Camera and flash manuals * Rain cover for camera * Lens cleaner/cloth * Sunscreen * Bug Spray * Hat * National park pass * Photo vest and/or fanny pack Digital * Laptop or storage device Charger for laptop or storage device (AC and/or DC) * Card reader * Blank CDs or DVDs for backups Look at your own equipment needs to customize your lists....
 
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